Attention gerbils of the Pacific Northwest. We're having a TR meetup in Vancouver, Canada on Saturday, September 28. Cyril and I will be at the Kingston Taphouse and Grille starting at around 7 PM. We'll have prizes to give away and probably some TR shirts, as well. I'll also bring a trunkload of older hardware from our labs for people to pick it over. Please take it all—I do not need this many old motherboards and graphics cards, and Cyril's case collection is crowding him out of his apartment.
The Kingston is right in downtown Vancouver, and it has a nice selection of beverages on tap. The food is pretty good, too, though I doubt the wings compare to the monster chicken appendages consumed at our Lee's Summit meetup last month. We'll make do.
If you plan to attend, please let us know in the comments below. That will help us get a sense of how many to expect. We'll see you in a couple of weeks.
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