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This Month's meeting is about

Using Java Tools for Extreme Programming
Rick Hightower, CTO, Trivera Technologies & author of Amazon bestseller "Using Java Tools for Extreme Programming" (sneak peek WebServices Edge Session!)



http://www.triveratech.com/AboutUs/PJUG/pjug.htm
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hee hee:

from: http://www.triveratech.com/AboutUs/pjug/JUGMeetings.htm#XP
JUNE 18, 2002: "Using Java Tools for Extreme Programming"
Speaker: Richard Hightower, CTO Trivera Technologies; author of Amazon.com's #1 software development best seller, "Using Java Tools for Extreme Programming"
Date: Monday June 17, 2002
Venue: Princeton Area (TBD)
RSVP: Please RSVP to JUG@triveratech.com before June 20, 2002


So... what date do you think it really is?
 
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LoL !
 
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Originally posted by Jessica Sant:
hee hee:

So... what date do you think it really is?


Jess,
Good eye, would make a good tester/reviewer!
 
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