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On May 8-9 we organise Meetup Evenings as warmup events for Craft. There will be several meetups in Budapest, you can find the list and the speakers of them below. The meetups are free to visit by anybody, so even those people can meet the Craft speakers who cannot attend the conference for any reason. Most of the cases there will be 2 talks on the meetups. The gates usually open at 5:30PM and the talks will start from 6:00PM, but the timing can vary among the meetups, so please check the description of the selected meetups. In most of the cases the venues will provide some food and drinks after the talks. You can find the location of the interested meetup by clicking its title.

To have some networking and relaxation after the fantastic meetups an afterparty will be organized at Krampuz (pancakes), IGEN (pizza) and Léhűtő (craft beers) on Wednesday (May 9) between 7pm and 11pm. The attendees of the different meetups will get coupons (with all the information) that can be redeemed at these places. Ask your meetup organizer for your coupons. ;)

See you there :)

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