• Project Night

    Flatiron School at WeWork

    ***PLEASE NOTE: This meetup has moved from its original date to Tuesday, 4/23. All other details remain the same*** Join us at the Flatiron School at We Work, to contribute to a project, start your own, or just hang out with some civic-minded folks. Everyone is welcome regardless of their tech knowledge. Laptops are recommended, but not required. 6:30 - 7:00 Show up and hang out 7:00 - 7:15 Introductions, announcements, and project pitches Are you interested in pitching a new project? Contact us so that we can help hone your pitch and determine whether it’s a good fit for this event: https://codefordc.org/contact.html Unsure if your idea is a good fit for our group? Check out our guide: https://codefordc.org/resources/startaproject.html 7:15 New Person Orientation (for first-timers) 7:15 - 9:00 Projects! 9:00 - 9:15 Reconvene to discuss what we did and learned 9:15 Continue conversation at a nearby bar This event is sponsored by Flatiron School (check out this incredible opportunity if you're interested in learning Data Science - https://flatironschool.com/fellowships/data-science-bootcamp/dc/) Flatiron School helps people from all backgrounds to launch their career in Software Engineering or Data Science. We're outcomes focused - 97% of graduates in our most recent report landed jobs (see details - https://flatironschool.com/outcomes/), and there's a money-back guarantee for extra confidence. For anyone that's new to coding, start learning today with Flatiron’s free online course which includes 75+ hours of HTML, CSS, Javascript, and Ruby lessons. https://flatironschool.com/free-courses/coding-bootcamp-prep/

  • Project Night

    Flatiron School at WeWork

    Join us at the Flatiron School at We Work, to contribute to a project, start your own, or just hang out with some civic-minded folks. Everyone is welcome regardless of their tech knowledge. Laptops are recommended, but not required. 6:30 - 7:00 Show up and hang out 7:00 - 7:15 Introductions, announcements, and project pitches Are you interested in pitching a new project? Contact us so that we can help hone your pitch and determine whether it’s a good fit for this event: https://codefordc.org/contact.html Unsure if your idea is a good fit for our group? Check out our guide: https://codefordc.org/resources/startaproject.html 7:15 New Person Orientation (for first-timers) 7:15 - 9:00 Projects! 9:00 - 9:15 Reconvene to discuss what we did and learned 9:15 Continue conversation at a nearby bar This event is sponsored by Flatiron School (check out this incredible opportunity if you're interested in learning Data Science - https://flatironschool.com/fellowships/data-science-bootcamp/dc/) Flatiron School helps people from all backgrounds to launch their career in Software Engineering or Data Science. We're outcomes focused - 97% of graduates in our most recent report landed jobs (see details - https://flatironschool.com/outcomes/), and there's a money-back guarantee for extra confidence. For anyone that's new to coding, start learning today with Flatiron’s free online course which includes 75+ hours of HTML, CSS, Javascript, and Ruby lessons. https://flatironschool.com/free-courses/coding-bootcamp-prep/

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  • Project Night

    American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

    Join us at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), in the Ableson-Haskins room, to contribute to a project, start your own, or just hang out with some civic-minded folks. Everyone is welcome regardless of their tech knowledge. Laptops are recommended, but not required. Here’s a collaborative doc with more information about the evening: (coming soon) 6:30 - 7:00 Show up and hang out 7:00 - 7:15 Introductions, announcements, and project pitches Are you interested in pitching a new project? Contact us so that we can help hone your pitch and determine whether it’s a good fit for this event: https://codefordc.org/contact.html Unsure if your idea is a good fit for our group? Check out our guide: https://codefordc.org/resources/startaproject.html 7:15 New Person Orientation (for first-timers) 7:15 - 9:00 Projects! 9:00 - 9:15 Reconvene to discuss what we did and learned 9:15 Continue conversation at a nearby bar

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  • Project Night

    Social Tables

    Join us at Social Tables to contribute to a project, start your own, or just hang out with some civic-minded folks. Everyone is welcome regardless of their tech knowledge. Laptops are recommended, but not required. 6:30 - 7:00 Show up and hang out 7:00 - 7:15 Introductions, announcements, and project pitches Are you interested in pitching a new project? Contact us so that we can help hone your pitch and determine whether it’s a good fit for this event: https://codefordc.org/contact.html Unsure if your idea is a good fit for our group? Check out our guide: https://codefordc.org/resources/startaproject.html 7:15 New Person Orientation (for first-timers) 7:15 - 9:00 Projects! 9:00 - 9:15 Reconvene to discuss what we did and learned 9:15 Continue conversation at a nearby bar

  • Project Night

    Social Tables

    Join us at Social Tables to contribute to a project, start your own, or just hang out with some civic-minded folks. Everyone is welcome regardless of their tech knowledge. Laptops are recommended, but not required. 6:30 - 7:00 Show up and hang out 7:00 - 7:15 Introductions, announcements, and project pitches Are you interested in pitching a new project? Contact us so that we can help hone your pitch and determine whether it’s a good fit for this event: https://codefordc.org/contact.html Unsure if your idea is a good fit for our group? Check out our guide: https://codefordc.org/resources/startaproject.html 7:15 New Person Orientation (for first-timers) 7:15 - 9:00 Projects! 9:00 - 9:15 Reconvene to discuss what we did and learned 9:15 Continue conversation at a nearby bar

  • Project Night

    American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

    ** Update ** We've moved the date by one day due to a conflict with the venue. Please note that this project night will take place on Monday, January 28th. Join us at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), in the Ableson-Haskins room, to contribute to a project, start your own, or just hang out with some civic-minded folks. Everyone is welcome regardless of their tech knowledge. Laptops are recommended, but not required. Here’s a collaborative doc with more information about the evening: (coming soon) 6:30 - 7:00 Show up and hang out 7:00 - 7:15 Introductions, announcements, and project pitches Are you interested in pitching a new project? Contact us so that we can help hone your pitch and determine whether it’s a good fit for this event: https://codefordc.org/contact.html Unsure if your idea is a good fit for our group? Check out our guide: https://codefordc.org/resources/startaproject.html 7:15 New Person Orientation (for first-timers) 7:15 - 9:00 Projects! 9:00 - 9:15 Reconvene to discuss what we did and learned 9:15 Continue conversation at a nearby bar

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  • Project Night

    Social Tables

    Join us at Social Tables to contribute to a project, start your own, or just hang out with some civic-minded folks. Everyone is welcome regardless of their tech knowledge. Laptops are recommended, but not required. 6:30 - 7:00 Show up and hang out 7:00 - 7:15 Introductions, announcements, and project pitches Are you interested in pitching a new project? Contact us so that we can help hone your pitch and determine whether it’s a good fit for this event: https://codefordc.org/contact.html Unsure if your idea is a good fit for our group? Check out our guide: https://codefordc.org/resources/startaproject.html 7:15 New Person Orientation (for first-timers) 7:15 - 9:00 Projects! 9:00 - 9:15 Reconvene to discuss what we did and learned 9:15 Continue conversation at a nearby bar

  • Project Night

    Social Tables

    Join us at Social Tables to contribute to a project, start your own, or just hang out with some civic-minded folks. Everyone is welcome regardless of their tech knowledge. Laptops are recommended, but not required. 6:30 - 7:00 Show up and hang out 7:00 - 7:15 Introductions, announcements, and project pitches Are you interested in pitching a new project? Contact us so that we can help hone your pitch and determine whether it’s a good fit for this event: https://codefordc.org/contact.html Unsure if your idea is a good fit for our group? Check out our guide: https://codefordc.org/resources/startaproject.html 7:15 New Person Orientation (for first-timers) 7:15 - 9:00 Projects! 9:00 - 9:15 Reconvene to discuss what we did and learned 9:15 Continue conversation at a nearby bar

  • Project Night

    Social Tables

    Join us at Social Tables to contribute to a project, start your own, or just hang out with some civic-minded folks. Everyone is welcome regardless of their tech knowledge. Laptops are recommended, but not required. 6:30 - 7:00 Show up and hang out 7:00 - 7:15 Introductions, announcements, and project pitches Are you interested in pitching a new project? Contact us so that we can help hone your pitch and determine whether it’s a good fit for this event: https://codefordc.org/contact.html Unsure if your idea is a good fit for our group? Check out our guide: https://codefordc.org/resources/startaproject.html 7:15 New Person Orientation (for first-timers) 7:15 - 9:00 Projects! 9:00 - 9:15 Reconvene to discuss what we did and learned 9:15 Continue conversation at a nearby bar

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  • Project Night

    Social Tables

    Join us at Social Tables to contribute to a project, start your own, or just hang out with some civic-minded folks. Everyone is welcome regardless of their tech knowledge. Laptops are recommended, but not required. 6:30 - 7:00 Show up and hang out 7:00 - 7:15 Introductions, announcements, and project pitches Are you interested in pitching a new project? Contact us so that we can help hone your pitch and determine whether it’s a good fit for this event: https://codefordc.org/contact.html Unsure if your idea is a good fit for our group? Check out our guide: https://codefordc.org/resources/startaproject.html 7:15 New Person Orientation (for first-timers) 7:15 - 9:00 Projects! 9:00 - 9:15 Reconvene to discuss what we did and learned 9:15 Continue conversation at a nearby bar

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