February 2014 Meetup!!

Ahoy!

The February 2014 Meetup of the The Windows Developer User Group is scheduled for February 8th. This is a special one!

What are we doing:
Our very own Windows DevUnleashed Hackathon! Love building Windows apps? Want to leverage cloud power through Windows Azure? Come build your dream app with us, with experts delivering short lectures before we pair up and hack all day! Did we mention awesome prizes you could win!

Where?
We’re switching from our usual monthly UG meetup location to accommodate a bigger group. The Hackathon will be held @

The Microsoft Polaris Office
8800 Lyra Drive, 4th Floor
Columbus, OH 43240

When?
Saturday February 8th, 8:30 AM- 6:30 PM.

How can I register?
Simply head to – http://www.eventbrite.com/e/windows-devunleashed-hackathon-tickets-10214294229

What are we celebrating?
Glad you asked! Part of the reason for us to set aside our usual monthly UG meetup, in favor of a fun hackathon is the spirit of celebration. Turns out, our longest supporter, INETA hits 11 years this February and it’s all the more reason to make merry! INETA’s Birthday celebrates the tremendous support system that most technical User Groups have enjoyed for years from INETA’s affiliation. Our passionate developer community has enjoyed countless speakers, logistical help & recognition from INETA. So, we want to participate with the huge developer community across North America (details @ http://ineta.org/birthday/default.aspx), as we join hands to celebrate INETA’s Birthday. UG members can expect special Birthday kits & gifts from INETA!

From The Windows Developer User Group:
We raise our glass for cheers to INETA! Happy Birthday!

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