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Old 09-06-2016, 03:14 PM   #1
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LXer: New tech event, Abstractions is forward-thinking


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The folks at Code & Supply*put on a fantastic inaugural event in Pittsburgh this year. They sold 1500 tickets, their maximum, a few weeks before the event took place in downtown Pittsburgh at the Westin Conference Center. Pittsburgh is a walkable city with beautiful soaring art-deco buildings and approachable eateries. Residents of other riparian cities will feel right at home with it's sporadic grids and pleasant, but not overwhelming, humidity.*read more

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