New & Returning Members Night

Are you going?

10 people going


Every 1st Monday of the month until December 25, 2020

1576 Sherman St

1576 Sherman St · Denver, CO

How to find us

Workability is a coworking space on the corner of E. 16th Ave and Sherman St. Come up the stairs on the West side of the building to get to the front door. At the front, there should be a desk and signs pointing to our meeting room in the basement.

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New & Returning Members Night is where we welcome any new members to Code for Denver and where any returning members can continue working with their team on projects.

If you’re a new member, or curious about joining Code for Denver, there will be an onboarding session at this night. If you want to get a head start, follow our self onboarding below.

You can learn more about Code for Denver, including our open projects, at


Code for Denver is a safe place to gather, free from harassment and everyone is welcome who embraces diversity, a culture of learning, and is respectful of others and their opinions.

This event follows Code for Denver’s Code of Conduct, please read it before attending.

If you have any concerns, please contact [masked]


There is a full FAQ posted on our GitHub, but here are some highlights we think are important.

Where is Workability, and where do I park?
Workability is at 1576 Sherman St, Denver, CO 80203 in Denver.

Parking is street parking at meters, but all meters in the area are free starting at 6pm. There are also lots that are more expensive.

What do I need to bring to my first meetup?
We will have you create some accounts both on our site and for the technology we use, so a laptop or a smartphone will be useful.

I'm a beginner programmer. Can I still get involved?
Yes! Many of our members have been beginning programmers who have found the environment helpful to improve their abilities while also working on real world problems and providing value.

I'm not a programmer or interested in programming. Can I still get involved?
Yes! Helping solve challenges in the community takes more than programming expertise. Our brigade volunteers also have backgrounds in marketing, design, sales, facilitation, nonprofits, project management, and more. Additional perspectives and experiences are always valued and welcome.

What is Code for Denver current working on?
We have multiple teams working on many different projects at completely different stages. You can find the list, including general descriptions, status, skills needed, and more at our Current Projects page on the website.

Who can I contact for additional questions?
Get in touch with our organizers via our Meetup site or drop us a line at [masked]


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► 2015 Kickoff video (
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