JetBrains Drinks Meetup in London
JetBrains is in London next week for DevWeek and it’s a great opportunity to have an informal meetup with our users and friends over a few drinks.
So, we’ll be sponsoring some beer injections and snacks on the 29th of March. All you have to do is show up. Since the venue has limited places however, we do need you to register beforehand.
It will be held at the Fence in Farringdon, which is within walking distance from the Barbican Center where DevWeek is held. Starts at 6:30, after the conference.
You don’t have to be present at DevWeek to attend. This is open to anyone that registers.
Hurry up as the number of places are limited and they are going fast!
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