Computer programming Meetup Groups

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Help kids learn coding skills with a free weekend code club. We're bringing the CoderDojo program of free coding clubs for kids 8-17 to the Seattle Area, teaching kids on Saturday mornings. Join up if you're a parent who wants to get their kids invol

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At Startup Founder 101, aspiring and early-stage startup founders meet once a month to hear candid talks by successful local entrepreneurs. Learn the best practices, strategies, and mistakes to avoid from those who have been there, done that. Then, i

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Team Coding groups brand new, beginner or intermediate programmers together to practice coding. Our workshops are like group study sessions; we tackle problems together. There are no instructors and Team Coding is almost always free. The purpose is t

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Mission: Women Who Code is a global nonprofit organization dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers by creating a global, connected community of women in technology. The organization tripled in 2013 and has grown to be one of the l

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OpenLate provides an evening hack lounge with themed tech talks at the OpenDNS office in SOMA. Events generally run from 7 to 10 PM every other Tuesday at 145 Bluxome.

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Scratch, Java, Robots, Web? We're coming together to build a community of professional practice around computer science education in New York City. All invested community members are welcome. We are working to bring in national level speakers, find f

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Have you ever thought about learning to code but weren't sure how to get started? Let's meet and explore the fundamentals of programming, including how to write code as well as how to develop a mindset that will enable us to learn anything technology­

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We are inviting some past, present and future students and developers from places like Dev Bootcamp, HackReactor, HackBright, AppAcademy, General Assembly, UCSF and SFSU to teach folks how to get set up properly for programming 101. Get the basics do

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Programming 101 at ConnectionsSF
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Learning web development is by no means an easy journey, especially as a beginner when you typically stumble alone aimlessly, not knowing what path to take. You're essentially trying to climb a mountain without a map or a guide. This group will be yo

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I love to code. It's something I want everyone to learn. I spend a lot of my free time teaching people I know, and I wanted to reach out to a larger audience. Coding: in this day and age it's a great skill to have. It not only adds to the ways we can

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October 21, 2014

If you are a self taught developer or started teaching to code yourself then this is the group to be. You maybe one who has recently developed a passion of learning how to code apps and websites. You want to build a startup but you are the only perso

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October 20, 2014

Te interesan los datos abiertos?, sabías que el gobierno y muchas empresas disponen de muchos datos que puedes utilizar libremente, únete a nuestro grupo y aprende de ello.

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Datahackers
October 20, 2014

If you are interested in helping teach young people how to program then this group is for you.  No technical experience is necessary just a desire to help youths learn and explore the world of programming. Coder Dojo MKE is a free and open organizat

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October 20, 2014

Facebook | Twitter HackerNest is an international nonprofit community movement focused on building supportive Silicon Valley like tech communities in every city - strengthening local tech ecosystems globally through unpretentious social events and h

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October 20, 2014

This is a group for anyone who wants to standout with their coding or design skills. Or mix with the gurus to get it to the next level.

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October 16, 2014

Women Who Code is a 501(c)(3) non-profit based in San Francisco, CA dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers. We have 16,000 members spanning 44 cities across 14 countries...and counting.

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October 16, 2014

Hello! I'm looking to start up a self-study group for people here in Moscow looking to learn how to code. We'd use Coursera/Stanford University's Programming 101 course and work together to get through the course materials. I'm currently correspondin­

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Novice Coders
October 15, 2014

Help students to creatively work with computer technology as a tool for solving problems and understand the relevance of computer science and its impact on society in a fun, interactive environment. Kids will learn coding skills with free workshops w

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Dojo Jedi
October 15, 2014

This group is for anyone interested in functional programming and the Clojure programming language, whether you're totally new to programming or you're an old pro. We do a little of everything: we introduce new users to the awesomeness of programming­

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Clojurians
October 14, 2014

Leicester Hackspace, a venue for makers of digital, electronic, mechanical and creative projects, opened on 1st March 2014. Like other Hackspaces across the country, we are working to build a community of practical and creative people and provide the

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Hackers
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