January 2014 S3OLV and Tabular Models

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Published on: January 9, 2014

This is really late notice.  We had some extenuating circumstances this month and then a last minute cancellation.  Now that everything is squared away, we have some great news.invite

If you are in the Las Vegas area, you are welcome to attend our monthly meeting which is now being held at the south end of the strip.  This should put you a bit out of the way of the CES 2014 crowds – though you will probably have a fantastic time getting through the crowd.

Then again, maybe you just can’t peel yourself away from these types of things at CES.

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Or maybe you are just too busy trying to find the right pair of speakers for your car at CES 2014.

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Well good news!  S3OLV holds the meetings in the evening and the main show at CES should be pretty close to wrapping up.

Come join us this month for a presentation by Julie Koesmarno.  She hails from down under and is making time in her schedule last minute to help us out.  You can read all about the presentation and Julie at our Meetup site here.

Guess what else you can do by visiting our Meetup site.  You can find out about how we have changed venues to the South end of the Strip.  That’s right, S3OLV has moved.  We are now meeting at the Tahiti Village.  Details of the location are in the meetup.  Check it out.

Oh, and don’t forget.  We still offer an online virtual meeting space for the user group just in case you can’t make it in person.  Details for joining the virtual meeting are also in the Meetup page.

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