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Programmer looking to meet other programmers

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Programmer looking to meet other programmers

Postby photi » 22 Jun 2012, 09:10

Not sure if this is the best place to put this, but I just graduated with a Master's in Computer Science from NTU, and I would like to meet up with other programmers, maybe have some friendly, nerdy conversation, and also get some advice because I am looking for a remote programming job :pray: , but I am having difficulty finding work since this is my first full-time job and my portfolio is weak at the moment. You don't even have to be located in Taipei or Taiwan for that matter. Anyway, just give me a PM and I will send you my e-mail!
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Re: Programmer looking to meet other programmers

Postby PapaAzucar » 23 Jun 2012, 00:17

The Taipei Open Source group meets every Tuesday near Guting MRT.
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