Local events

Last Saturday happened the cejs here in my town. It’s a local JavaScript event that happens like what, once a year?

From my friends that managed to go, i’ve heard there were some great talks. The place where the event occurred is known for supporting IT development meetings.
The food was really nice too.

The only complaint was about 2 speakers that couldn’t make it. One was going to give a talk about Angular.js, while the other one was a surprise.

Unfortunately i couldn’t attend, even though i paid for the ticket. I have to finish my paper, so i can graduate in Computer Science. Actually it should be done by now…

So next time you skip something you think would be good for you or your career, make sure it’s for something even more important, not just laziness or because you want to wake late during the weekends.


Web Engineer at 10up

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