Currently I am big Keith in Hebburn.[^].
I doubt we'll get shifted by the 27th so I'll still be on Tyneside and Metro-capable. Given there are only three people in the frame, the snug at the Crown Posada would be an ample venue .
Across the Colorado River from Bullhead City, AZ - a destination many members have already visited - Laughlin offers 7 casinos, each with multiple dining and drinking venues, two theatres, a bowling alley, and dirt cheap rooms. If the season is right, there are also watercraft rentals and beaches for idling away the hours, and boat tours of the River. If there's sufficient interest, and we can settle on an appropriate date, I'll see what can be arranged in the way of a meeting room and rubber chicken banquet. Otherwise, we can just hang at the microbrewery and keep the Keno runners running...
Let's see, 10 million shots, at Happy Hour prices of about $1.50 each, comes to $15 million USD, or $22.7 million CND. Or you could just let everyone get their own; as long as one is gambling, they bring the drinks for free.
I am trying to arrange a meetup in Bangladesh in August (depending upon the availability of the members) as there is no such event in our country.
Anyone interested in this 10M member CodeProject Meetup Event,please post your comment below and let me know how many are interested to this?
Venue and time will be decided later.
Thanks for your interest. Please confirm your availability by registering a Free Ticket from here: http://bangladeshimembers.eventbrite.co.uk/[^]
I think it will be a great opportunity for meet up with our code project community. But you should careful about how many people response on this regard. If measurable people want to agree then you may go.
@Ridoy, please add the following line within your main message. Its hard to keep posting same message for all. " Thanks for your interest. Please confirm your availability by registering a Free Ticket: http://bangladeshimembers.eventbrite.co.uk/ "
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