Velocity New York: Ticket Giveaway
A few months back, O'Reilly gave me two free tickets to give away for Velocity Conference in Santa Clara. The chosen two reported back to me that the conference was incredible, as did a Mozilla colleague that quickly came back and implemented a bunch of speed updates for the Mozilla Marketplace. Well, you're all in luck -- O'Reilly has given me four (!) tickets to give away over the weeks leading up to the next Velocity Conference in New York from September 15-17.
If you don't want to risk not winning and simply want to save some cash on the conference, click here and use promo code AFF20. Good luck!
As always, remember to provide a real email address in case you're the lucky winner.
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