My Secret Life as a Spaghetti Coder
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The last couple of weeks I've been soliciting teammates and friends of mine to help on starting a code dojo at the University of Houston. Well, we got the go-ahead yesterday from the CougarCS organization, so now we're just trying to plan when we'll have our first meeting. If you go to UH or live around Houston (I don't think we'll be checking IDs or anything), I'd encourage you to come to one of our meetings. You can find more information at Right now, as I said, we don't have a meeting schedule or anything, but you can follow the link to our google group and stay informed that way (of course we will be posting it on the webpage as well).

If you don't live in Houston, but want to start a dojo of your own, we also plan to provide a place for others to post information. We don't have the infrastructure set up yet, but if you contact me, I'll be glad to let you know when we do. Of course, you won't have to have our cheesy logo up there =).

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