The Guardian Announces "Developer Drop-ins"

The Guardian is a widely respected British newspaper that was founded in 1821 and is still going strong today.  Developers who live in or near London may want to check their schedules for the month of May, then, as they’ve been given an interesting opportunity to visit the paper’s headquarters.

Emma Mulqueeny wrote this morning, “Throughout May, the Guardian is opening its offices to developers as part of our commitment to the developer community.  Each day from 4pm, you’ll be able to turn up with your laptop and coffee, meet other developers, collaborate on projects or simply have somewhere to work for a few hours.”

Then Mulqueeny continued, “On some evenings throughout the month we will be hosting the odd talk – if you would like to give one, let us know.  There will also be a final shindig on 31 May, with surprise guests, beer and pizza for everyone who took part.”

Just try to register in advance (giving your name, email address, and Twitter handle through the above link) if you decide to go at any point, because space at the paper’s offices will be limited.

Enjoy the experience if you take advantage of this great offer.

By Doug Caverly

Doug is a staff writer for WebProNews. Visit WebProNews for the latest eBusiness news.

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