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Alejandra Obregon

Alejandra Obregon

on 27 November 2010

Are you a developer or systems administrator that uses Ubuntu at work and/or at home?

We’re looking for people who might be available to help us on a current research project in London on the 3rd and 10th December. If this sounds like you please get in touch. It would really help us to hear about your experience. If this doesn’t sound like you but someone you know who may be interested, please pass this on to them.

Sessions will last an hour and we’ll be running them in Central London. We’re interested in your thoughts and feedback on web projects we are working on, and the sessions can be quite fun!

If you are interested or want to find out more please email me at: alejandra.obregon @ canonical.com

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