Louisville Geek Dinner v.0.9

WHAT: A social networking event for those passionate about technology.
WHEN: Dec 11th, 2014, 6:00pm EDT
WHERE: Bluegrass Brewing Company (St. Matthews location)
COST: FREE + Whatever you choose to spend on food and drinks.

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Those of you who would like to receive a reminder notification, please email me at geekdinner [at] jaygarmon.net. The success of Louisville Geek Dinner is up to you. Please invite your friends, enemies, and co-workers.

Concept

The purpose of Louisville Geek Dinner is to organize a social networking event for geeks.

The original concept came from listening to London Geek Dinner podcasts. The first eight Louisville Geek Dinners run by founder Ben Thomas, based on the no pitches, no recruiters ethos were quite successful.

With the return of Geek Dinner to the Derby City, there is potential for significant growth. Let's build an environment that combines the best parts of Boston, Boulder, Austin and Silicon Valley with what makes Louisville unique!

Who is invited, and what does it mean to be a geek? Wikipedia defines geek as the following, "a person who is interested in technology, especially computing and new media. It is comparable with the classic definition of hacker." The quickest way to determine if you are a geek is to take a geek test. The simple fact is that we love technology. We need a social event where everyone speaks our language for a change. All geeks are invited.

Please encourage your geek friends to Signup. The best way to ensure that you will have a good time is to invite other geeks that you know.

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