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CITCON North America 2010

From Paul Julius:

Hey everyone!

http://citconf.com/raleigh-durham2010

I wanted to let you know about CITCON North America in Raleigh Durham on April 16 & 17. If you can’t make it yourself, please do pass along this invitiation to your friends, colleagues, cohorts, guildies, etc. I hope to see everyone again this year at one of the instances. Note that we are doing Singapore this year, too. So that makes 4 CITCONs world wide that you could attend. I’ll give a special prize to anyone that makes all 4 (excluding JTF)!

CITCON, the Continuous Integration and Testing Conference, is an open spaces conference in its 5th year. The topics aren’t decided until the first night of the conference, but past events have proven extraordinarily useful to anyone interested in Continuous Integration and the type of testing that goes with it. Developer-testers, tester-developers, tool creators, and Agile advocates have all gained a lot from attending.

The conference is free to attend! You have to pay $20 to register, but you get that back when you attend the conference.

This year, the North American event will be in Raleigh-Durham at the Sheraton Chapel Hill Hotel. Registration is open, but limited to the first 150 registrants. Sign up now to reserve your spot at this innovative, exciting, education, fun event. http://citconf.com/raleigh-durham2010/register.php

The conference operates as a non-profit, so our advertising budget is basically zero. We can use your help to get the word out. If you know someone that might be interested, please pass this announcement along to them.

Also, if your company or a company you know would be interested in sponsoring CITCON, there are a wide range of sponsorship options. http://citconf.com/raleigh-durham2010/sponsor.php

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Sincerely,
Paul Julius
Co-chair, CITCON 2010

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