Koreatown Code and Coffee

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Alchemist Coffee Project

698 Vermont Ave #103 · Los Angeles, CA

How to find us

Look for the friendly group of people with laptops!

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Details

Join our Thursday meetup in Koreatown to work on projects, study, and socialize! This is for all skill levels and programming languages -- total beginners are always welcome! Note that there is no formal lesson plan; we're here to help each other out as peers and collaborators.

Join our community Slack group to keep in touch and get more coding help:
https://learnteachcode.org/slack

Check out all our upcoming events:
http://learnteachcode.org/

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What to bring:
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• Your laptop and charger (or you can always share with someone else and do some pair programming)

• Any books, pen/paper, whiteboards, or whatever you need to study

• Money to purchase a snack or drink, as a gratitude to the coffee shop for letting us use their space and wifi. This ensures we'll be welcomed

• Your curiosity and your excitement for learning, teaching, and coding with new friends!

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Agenda:
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• 5:45 pm - Pre-meetup: Socialize and get food/drinks
• 6:00 pm - Start learning and building things
• 7:50pm - Wrap up

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Parking / venue info:
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We highly recommend public transportation, since Alchemist Coffee Project is right next to the Wilshire/Vermont Metro stop (the red/purple line).

There is a small parking lot in front of the coffee shop, some street parking (if you arrive early enough you can probably get a spot!), and other nearby parking lots -- see this parking map for suggestions:
https://tinyurl.com/parkoped

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*** Want extra coding help? Join our chat room on Slack: https://learnteachcode.org/slack

*** Want to get more involved? We always need more help! You can help with or host a study group, provide mentorship, or volunteer for other fun stuff. Let us know on Slack or in person!