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JetBrains Be Wiser Party @ JavaOne San Francisco

Join us September 21st at 8PM

September 21st, JetBrains will host a free community party at the 21st Amendment Brewery Restaurant in San Francisco. Meet with friends and enjoy lively conversation in a relaxed atmosphere over free food and drinks, just a few blocks from the Moscone Center. The party begins at 8PM and we welcome all JetBrains fans to join in the action, as you do not need to be registered or attending JavaOne to take part.

Be prepared to unleash your inner geek and go for the top prizes in our Be Wiser contest. This is a great opportunity to cash in on your knowledge of IntelliJ IDEA and JetBrains to win fantastic prizes including: gadgets, licenses, gift certificates and more. There will be a wide array of questions varying in degrees of difficulty, so participate, have fun and learn something new in the process. Nobody will go home empty handed as we will have plenty of our 10th Birthday t-shirts available.

Please make note of the party schedule:
8:00pm – 8:30pm: Arrival and Appetizers
8:45pm – 10:00pm: Contest
10:00pm - ? : Food, Drinks, Relax

Registration is required and space is limited so we recommend that you register immediately.

Please be sure to print and bring with you to the party, the Eventbrite ticket you receive via email. If you have any questions or issues please feel free to stop by the JetBrains booth at JavaOne or contact (robert) (DOT) (demmer) (AT) (jetbrains) (DOT) (com).

We hope to see you there!

JetBrains Be Wiser Party

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Robert Demmer is responsible for Developer Programs at JetBrains. He has more than 15 years experience in business consulting, communications, community engagement, marketing and advertising.

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