ErlLounge in Conjunction with the SF Bay Erlang Factory 25/3 18.30pm

Francesco Cesarini (Erlang Solutions) <>
Wed Mar 24 20:00:51 CET 2010


The SF Erlounge this Thursday (25/3) is open to Erlang enthusiasts who 
can not make it to the Erlang Factory but still want the chance to meet 
the speakers and other conference attendees.  Attending is free, but as 
there are limited places, non-conference attendees must register here: 
http://bit.ly/cEVyvJ

>From 18:30-19:30 on Thursday 25th, in an environment of beer, cool 
drinks and snacks, there will be a series of 10-minute talks as the 
first part of the Erlounge. User-groups and other Erlang interested 
parties will be given the opportunity to introduce themselves , their 
interests, their projects etc. If you wish to give a 10-minute talk, 
sign up on the day.

We will be meeting at the Coyote Point Yacht Club. For those who will 
not be driving, we have arranged a shuttle bus between Burlingame 
Caltrain station, SFO Hilton (The Conference Venue) and the Coyote Point 
Yacht Club (Erl Lounge Location). We will let you have the details once 
you've signed up. You can othewise take the BART to SFO and catch the 
complimentary hotel Shuttle bus to the SF Airport Hilton (10 minute 
drive) and catch the ErlLounge shuttle/ or walk from the Hotel. If you 
want to walk, expect a very pleasant 40 minute walk via Coyote Point 
Park with views of the SF bay. Directions for those walking / driving 
are available here:

http://www.erlang-factory.com/upload/item/4/Erloungedirections.pdf

If you are able to make it to the Factory for two days of talks with 
over 40 speakers, there are still a few places left. Pls register here: 
https://www.erlang-factory.com/conference/SFBay2010/register


Hope to see you there!

Francesco

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