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Code Collective: Morning Coffee + Code Q&A

Limit: 10 seats (First come, first serve)
Hosts: Chirag Gupta (AlumTalks) + Bradley Joyce (Velocis)

Who: Anyone who has questions about code, just getting started, or need help debugging.

Description: The Code Collective will set up shop at The Grove every Wednesday morning. Starting a blog? Buying a domain? Learning HTML/CSS or Ruby on Rails? We will take questions and point you in the right direction! And Justin will hook us up with that delicious Grove coffee!

RSVP: Send your questions to us on Twitter before hand and we'll cover them during the event: @ChicagoGupta or @BradleyJoyce

Parking & Location For Guests

LOCATION We are located in the 501 Elm Place building, on the NE corner of Houston & Elm. Look for the historic brick building directly across from the 6th Floor Museum/ Book Depository. Our entrance faces Elm Street.

METERED PARKING There is metered parking on Record, Ross & Houston. You can pay by coin, or using the "Pay By Phone" app. https://paybyphone.com/mobile-apps/

LOT PARKING You can park at one of the paid lots in the Ross & Houston area which are $4 to $5. There’s also a city lot under the Woodall Rogers overpass at Houston & McKinney that’s $2 flat up til 5pm.

When you get to the building, take the elevator to 4th floor and we are suite 450. Feel free to call 469-COWORK1 for help.

Map: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2UBFqII_yyQT0NUOTQ4cGNGQkU/edit?usp=sharing

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  • Chirag G.

    Enjoy this week's recap blog post: https://medium.com/p/5f08d1bea9a6

    March 26, 2014

  • Chirag G.

    Code Collectors - This one will be a workshop for prototyping/wire framing!

    Would you guys rather use Fireworks/Adobe/uxpin.com/ or use lower fidelity tools (sketching, drawing, etc.)?

    February 13, 2014

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