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Mozilla hosting free London events throughout May

by Rob Zwetsloot

Mozilla is planning to hold a series of free events throughout the month for hackers and developers to celebrate the opening of their new London offices

Mozilla are moving into shiny new offices in London town, and to celebrate this move the kind folks behind Firefox are going to hold a series of community focused events this month. There’ll be general fun times interspersed with some dev conferences to appeal to the broad range of Firefox users. Here’s the list:

GeekQuiz fueled by Mountain Dew Mozilla

10th May 2012

Join Mozilla for its first ever Geek Quiz where food, drinks and last but not least, the best geeky prizes you can find in town will be provided.

Mozilla MDN Hack Day in London

12th May 2012

Join Mozilla’s Developer Engagement team for a day of full-stack Web hackery and good times with HTML5 and friends, Apps & Games, Firefox Addons and Open Web documentation. The Mozilla developer team will be on hand to talk about:
· HTML5 Game development
· HTML5 Apps & Mozilla Marketplace
· Firefox Addons & Developer Tools
· How to contribute to Open Web Developer Documentation
· Identity & Personas
The developer team attending will include: Rob Hawkes (@robhawkes), Christian Heilmann (@codepo8), Desigan Chinniah (@cyberdees), Amie Tyrell, Priya Patel and many more folks from Mozilla London.

Monday Mobile Madness fueled by Mozilla

14th May 2012

Join Mozilla for a casual night of drinks, music and banter together with the mobile communities of InMobi, Swedish Beers, BlueVia, Ribot, Londroid, Droidcon, Over The Air and more.

GeekBowling fueled by Mozilla

16th May 2012

Join Mozilla for an evening full of fun competition, and delicious food and drinks. Geeky dancing is optional.

Bring your strike skills on and see you at London Palace Superbowl in Elephant & Castle.

Sounds like an action packed week with the Mozilla guys then, although we’re not sure whether to be mildly offended and/or worried about the over use of the term “Geek” to describe all their events. Entry is free though, so if you’re in the area, check them out!

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