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by Joel Spolsky
Thursday, July 14, 2005

If you're in or around New York City today, you won't want to miss Fog Creek's Open House today!

  • Meet our summer interns, the Aardvarks, and see a demo of that copilot thing they've been cooking up.
  • Celebrate the first beta of Fog Creek Copilot with wine, cheese, and even rumored chocolate-covered strawberries
  • Check out the bionic office in living color before all the expansion-construction chaos begins
  • Meet the filmmaker, working on a documentary on software development. You might even be in the movie!
  • See the fish, the new server rack, the polarizing film, the treasure chest, etc.

No rsvp necessary.

When
THURSDAY, July 14, 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm.

Where
Fog Creek Software, 535 8th Ave. (near 37th St.), 18th Floor

Subway
A, C, E to 34th Street


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