A quick last-minute reminder to any Gizmodo readers who are (a) developers and (b) based in Perth: we've still got a handful of spare places for the Lifehacker Perth meetup tonight, with beer, food, geek trivia, cool conversation and great prizes on offer. The events in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne were great fun, so get along if you can -- hit the link for details on how to register. [Lifehacker Meetups]
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