BEN GURION UNIVERSITY BEER SHEVA
Scalapeño is an annual conference for software engineers focused on the Scala programming language. Set to take place in July, 2018, the conference is organized by the community for the community.
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How To Get There?
Take Highway no. 4 South from Tel-Aviv, switch to Highway no. 7 East just before Ashdod, from there follow Highway no. 6 (Toll-free from this section southwards) 'till Highway no. 40 South to Beer Sheva; or you can just use Waze :).
There are a few parking lots around the university, including the train station parking lot (free) and the Ben-Gurion University Sports Center (paid parking). You can also park in the streets around the University, but do pay attention that many of the sidewalks in the area are marked "blue and white" (meaning you'll need to pay hourly, which is less recommended for a full-day conference).
The easiest way to get to the conference is by train. Get off at the Beer Sheva-North / University Station, walk out the station and turn right to get on the bridge (Mexico Bridge) to the university. Three minutes' walk will bring your straight to the conference location.
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