Scratch that. The meetup got canceled for this month. So much for my “trying to do a better job of covering user groups.”
Like mobile development? What about open source? Then you probably find Android interesting. Don’t you? Sure. Sure you do. But guess what? Did you know that there’s a interesting open source mobile platform that’s even closer to Portland’s heart? Well there is. It’s MeeGo, an open source project run by Intel. And it’s time for their monthly meetup. So if you’ve got any interest in what they’re doing, this would be a good opportunity to get up to speed.
The Portland MeeGo Meetup has meetings will be on the third Monday of every month. We will have time to chat with other people interested in MeeGo, and we’ll have presentations or demos on a wide variety of MeeGo topics.
For those of you who aren’t familiar with MeeGo, it is an open source operating system for small form factor devices (netbook, handset, in-vehicle, tablet, connected TV, etc.)
Join the group every third Monday night at Kell’s.
Even though it was canceled this month, you can still get more information.
For more information, join the MeeGo mailing list, visit MeeGo, or follow @PDXMeeGoNetwork on Twitter.
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