Dublin and London are completely full. If you're on the waiting list, do watch for an email, since we usually get some cancellations the night before when we send out a reminder.
In Dublin, I'm also speaking at the Irish Java Technology Conference. This talk is completely different than the FogBugz World Tour, so if you go to both, you won't be bored.
There's still room in Cambridge, Amsterdam, and Copenhagen.
We added an afternoon demo in Delft next Monday, November 12th, at 1:30pm, thanks to the Sociëteit Het Meisjeshuis. If you were planning on going to Amsterdam but Delft is more convenient, feel free to register in Delft and cancel in Amsterdam.
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