All programmers are welcome, regardless of age, experience, gender or choice of editor.
There's no structure, just come along and chat about languages, tools, techniques and anything else code-related.
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Had a great time and look forward to the next one.
0 · April 18, 2014
0 · April 12, 2014
Thank you, Joshua. Will do that now.
Have a look at this :: https://www.udacity.co... an entire series of web related dvelopment courses. You can do most of it free - press the 'start free courseware button' rather than the pay $150 one. ;)
0 · April 13, 2014
Apart from www.udacity.com
Apart from www.udacity.com also have a look at www.edx.org and www.coursera.org between them you'll get all you need to cover an entire CS undergrad syllabus for free. Want to see what one looks like? www.saylor.org.
Things to watch on YouTube: The Expert, Computer Chronicles.
0 · April 17, 2014
Are we meeting in the cafe part?
Yes.. downstairs at the back
Would love to meet some Ruby on Rails developers working in Notts? Plus also excited to finally make it down to a NottProgs meetup.
0 · April 16, 2014
Hi Mathew, there should be at least a couple of RoR developers there tomorrow (I'm one, for starters..!)
We do exist
Sorry guys, got a dinner date and you lot just do not compete with a Tandoori mixed grill, Peshawri Nan ,Bombay Aloo and a few pint's of Tiger. Oh b****r i'm dribbling on myself.
Wanted to go last time, things happened. Hopefully I'll have better luck this time!
0 · April 7, 2014
A chance to meet programmers from Nottingham and the surrounding areas to socialise and talk about all things techie.
Anyone with an interest in coding is welcome, regardless of experience, background or language preferences.
We're a very informal group, there's no structure or agenda, so please come and say hello!
Follow us on Twitter as @NottProgs (https://twitter.com/NottProgs)
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