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# 40964 7-Sep-2009 20:26
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Communicate is a meeting for people interested in computers and IT professionals alike. It focuses on both software and hardware, including programming, system integration and off the shelf solutions. There are usually great prizes and some snack food. Registration is essential.

The next Communicate meeting is scheduled for the 21st of September.

Details regarding Communicate are available from :

This meeting is focused on web development. However, if this is not something you are interested do not worry, it just the focus and is certainly not the only topic planned for the meeting.

There are some great prizes up for grabs at this upcoming meeting and attendance is free, thanks to our sponsors.

The location of the meeting is currently not yet confirmed. Once the location is set another email will be sent out. We are sure that the meeting will be taking place in Christchurch, New Zealand.

The meeting will commence from 12:00 PM on Monday the 21st of September 2009.

You must register to attend Communicate. To register, visit the following URL:

Should you wish to demo any solutions at this upcoming Communicate meeting then please include a note about your planned demonstration when you register. In particular, if you have any requirements, please include these in the comments field during registration.

Details regarding scheduled topics for the next meeting are available from the following URL :

Looking forward to seeing you at Communicate!

Digital Calendar Event :

To view the communicate meeting calendar online visit the following URL :

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  # 255878 15-Sep-2009 14:43
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We have confirmed the venue for this.

It is happening at 12noon on the 21st, at MagnumMac Christchurch.

You can find the address here:

Kind regards,

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