I just moved to the area and signed up as a group member, although I have not had the chance to attend a meeting yet. Is this rate just for members who have been around a while or for new folks as well? If it is the latter, I would love to attend this training.
On Nov 22, 2009, at 10:53 PM, email@example.com wrote:
> I would *love* to go -- and even though $1195 is a lot of money (I'm > an alumnus too), the heavyweight combination of Rich Hickey and Stu > Halloway for three full days is amazing.
> In addition to the cash outlay, I'd have to take 2 of my precious 10 > annual vacation days -- oh, to be a western European. ;)
> Unfortunately, I have gotten out of practice with Clojure, and have > little hope at this point of spending serious time with it. Because > of this, I fear that the sizeable investment would not bear fruit.
> I might change my mind between now and then, though...
> ...though it might be full by then...
> Ironic, as *I'm* the one who lives in Reston, no?
> On Nov 21, 2009, at 11:22 AM, Michael Harrison (goodmike) wrote:
> Michael Harrison <goodmike...@gmail.com> Nov 22 01:46PM -0500
> Yes, I can get the reduced rate as an alum, but I was hoping to lend my
> number to a group signup. In the sad event we can't find two other people
> who want to go, I will take the alumni rate and blog and tweet as much as I
> can about the training.
> I hope you find a way to go, because it would be awesome to attend with you.
> I got an email from Stu last night, and he's very enthusiastic about the
> course. He's planning to put a lot of effort and love into it.
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