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Rob Talking at New York Linux Users Group

Penguin enthusiasts in the Big Apple be warned, I will be giving a talk at this month’s meeting of the New York Linux Users Group. The presentation will be a quick intro on Boxee, how open source is woven into the fabric of our product and our culture, and (always my favorite topic) how developers can get involved making apps for Boxee. Held at NYLUG’s hosts IBM at 57th and Madison, the talk will kick off at 6:30pm followed by a friendly drink up nearby.

I’ll have an arm load of T-shirts in tow, plenty time for Q&A and a wide array of terrible jokes for your consuming pleasure.

You must RSVP here first for the talk.

More info on the talk and location are available at NYLUG.

When: Wednesday, 16 June 2010, 6:30pm
Where: IBM, 590 Madison Avenue, 12th Fl, New York, NY


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June 9, 2010 at 10:15 am

5 Responses to “Rob Talking at New York Linux Users Group”

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  2. Steven Francolla says:

    Will there be video of this talk available? Could you post the presentation on SlideShare?

    Thanks.

  3. Ken says:

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    what gives?