Google Technology User Group St. Petersburg, Open Air

    Hello!

    I think that you know about the opening of the Google Technology User Group in Moscow!
    As part of the first meeting, discussions were held on the most interesting projects at the Google office in Moscow, as well as communication with Google developers and marketers in Russia.
    A little more about the Moscow meeting:
    http://arksoftblog.blogspot.com/2010/07/gtug-moscow-google.html

    The next event we decided to organize Open Air in St. Petersburg.
    It would be great to have ideas worthy of discussion and consideration on Google in our native St. Petersburg!

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    Therefore, the main goal of Open Air will be the creation, discussion and presentation of your projects!

    For the most part, the focus of the event will not be on the technical features of the development (that is, not programmatic), but on fresh ideas for new projects that will be interesting in the GTUG environment.

    At this event, programmers will act more as valuable participants in terms of technical advice and recommendations on the implementation of the projects under discussion.

    We invite you to participate in the discussion of interesting projects proposed by you and colleagues!
    We propose to get together, combining communication, acquaintance and networking, to
    come up with technological projects and outline the next steps necessary for their implementation.
    The best projects will be presented on Google!

    The meeting will be held at the Yusupov Garden (Gardening metro, 10 minutes walk) - this Saturday from approximately 16.00 to 19.00 (17 July)
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    Registration for the event is required, so we ask to fill in the following
    form

    hash tag: #spbgtug

    Interested events conducted by SPb GTUG can subscribe to the newsletter about future events on the Google Group ( http://groups.google.com/group/stpetersburg-gtug ) or add events to their calendar (html: bit.ly/9dCFwu, ical: bit .ly / azDPL9 ).

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