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WASC Beerfest in Silicon Valley

Jeremiah Grossman sent this out to the web security mailing list today.

"Normally we hold WASC Meet-Ups during large conferences (RSA/ BlackHat) where a lot of web application security people are at same place at the same time. Around the S.F. Bay Area there's enough webappsec people that we we no longer need that excuse. So we're going to plan a WASC Meet-Up inviting those in the local community to drop by. It'll be an informal event, maybe 15-30 people, no presentations or sponsors. Just like minded people sharing food, drinks, and interesting conversation. Simply an opportunity to see people that we only otherwise communicate with virtually. Everyone is welcome and please drop me a note if you plan on coming.

Time: Wed, April. 18 @ 6:00pm

The Faultline (Sunnyvale)

1235 Oakmead Parkway
Sunnyvale, California, 94086

See you all there!

Jeremiah Grossman

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