Munich Open Day
Last Friday, we held an Open Day in Munich, to celebrate the opening of our new offices in the city. It was an opportunity to get to know our users and the Developer community in the Munich area, as well as for our users to meet some of our developers face to face.
It was a great evening, where we talked about some of our existing tools, our upcoming plans, and in general just spending a laid back evening with everyone.
We’d like to extend a big thank you to all of you who came and hope that you enjoyed the gathering. Please know that our doors are always open.
We took a whole bunch of pictures from the night as well as our offices. To see them, please visit our Facebook page.
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