CiviCon 2012 讀書會

Posted: 六, 09/22/2012 - 23:22

還記得之前有網友提到 CiviCon 2012 讀書會的構想嗎(

這個社群成立也好一段時間了,但一直沒辦網聚,這次想說我們來辦個網聚,順便大家一起來辦個讀書會,我們一同來分享、討論一下 CiviCon 2012 的議題內容,幾乎每場議題都有影片及簡報資料,大家就挑個 4~5 篇主題,來導讀一下簡報內容,並簡單分享一下心得。

聚會時間安排在 10/20(六)16:00~18:00,地點是 the Base(台北市漢口街一段36號B1),現場有個會議空間,還有準備飲料,大家一起來開心的讀讀書吧~

名額有限,欲報從速 XD


Re: CiviCon 2012 讀書會

  • pm5
  • 10/14/12
  • 一, 10/15/2012 - 02:10


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