Last night, I got this message from RT Lechow via Facebook:
“I no tech lunch” over the past few months was because I decided to go on summer vacation. Now that summer vacation’s over and I’m back at work making mobile software, it’s time to revive the monthly tech lunch. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you the return of…
…the Toronto Techie Dim Sum! Here are the details:
- Where:Sky Dragon restaurant, on the top floor of Dragon City mall (southwest corner of Dundas and Spadina).
- When: Wednesday, September 19th, from noon until about 1:30 p.m.. Sometimes we get really deep into a conversational topic.
- How much: We split the bill evenly, and no matter how much we’ve managed to gorge ourselves, I’ve never seen it go higher that $12 a person.
- Why: Because I love doing the community-building thing and want to catch up with all of you.
As always, this is just a lunch gathering of Toronto-area people who either work in tech, hang out with people who work in tech, or who just simply like tech and techies. There’s no agenda, no set topics, no presentations – just good people, good conversation and good (and inexpensive) food.
Once again, you don’t have to be a developer to attend! If you take part in the activity of writing software, building web sites or cobbling together technologies, or if you just like hanging out with the very nice people who comprise Toronto’s active and vibrant tech scene, you’re more than welcome to join us for lunch!
If you’re on Facebook and want to join us for lunch, please visit the event’s Facebook page and RSVP.