• Baldwin Park Code and Coffee

    Starbucks

    Join our weekly Sunday meetup to work on side projects, study, learn, and socialize together! There is no formal lesson plan. Attendees are encouraged to share projects they're working on, pair program, and enjoy a beverage! Note: We HIGHLY recommend checking out our GitHub and Slack group, as it will help us better facilitate our meetup events! Baldwin Park code & coffee GitHub: https://github.com/LearnTeachCode/baldwinpark-code-and-coffee Join our community Slack group: https://learnteachcode.org/slack Check out all other upcoming events: http://learnteachcode.org/ ==================== What to bring: ==================== - 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 kindness to the coffee shop for letting us use their space and wifi for free! This helps ensure that we'll be welcomed back in the future. :) - Your curiosity and excitement for learning, teaching, and coding with new friends! ==================== Agenda: ==================== - 6pm - Socializing, getting food/drinks, announcements - 6:30pm - Learn stuff and build stuff! - 8pm - Wrap up ==================== Parking / venue info: ==================== There is plenty of free parking, the coffee store is located inside of a plaza. ======================================== * 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!

  • Downtown LA Code and Coffee

    The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

    Join our bi-weekly Sunday meetup to work on projects, learn and socialize together! There are no formal lesson plans or teachers, but we're all here to help one another. Beginners are always welcome! Join our community Slack group and keep in touch with downtown LA friends on our #dtla channel: https://learnteachcode.org/slack Check out all our upcoming events: http://learnteachcode.org/ ==================== What to bring: ==================== - Your coding device of choice (but probably not your home desktop). If you don't have a laptop, that's OK! Join us to chat / pair program! - In case the wifi is spotty, it never hurts to download some resources for offline access beforehand - Any books, pen/paper, whiteboards, or whatever you need to study - Money to purchase a snack or drink, as a kindness to the coffee shop for letting us use their space and wifi for free! This helps ensure that we'll be welcomed back in the future. :) - Your curiosity and excitement for learning, teaching, and coding with new friends! ======================================== * 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! https://learnteachcode.org/slack

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  • Culver City JavaScript Study Group

    Coffee Connection

    Our Monthly JavaScript study group in Culver City is dedicated to providing companionship as you work on personal projects, share ideas, show off your app, or check out what others are up to as well! As a team, the JS sky is the limit! Look for us sitting in the long tables to the right when you enter the courtyard, or the big square table in the backroom past the courtyard. =================== What to bring: =================== • 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 gesture to Coffee Connection for letting us use their space and wifi for free! This helps ensure that we'll be welcomed back in the future. :) • Your curiosity and your excitement for learning, teaching, and coding with new friends! =================== Parking / venue info: =================== The Coffee Connection has a parking lot at the corner of Pacific and Centinela Ave. There is also ample street parking in the neighborhood on Pacific! =================== Free Resources: =================== • Codecademy (https://www.codecademy.com/learn) • Free Code Camp (http://freecodecamp.com/) • JavaScript 30 (https://javascript30.com/) • Nodeschool.io (http://nodeschool.io/) • Exercism.io (http://exercism.io/) • Eloquent JavaScript (http://eloquentjavascript.net/) =================== Coding Challenges/Algorithms Practice: =================== https://github.com/kevintamarus/learn-teach-code-javascript-toy-problems ==================== *** All attendees are expected to abide by the Girl Develop It Code of Conduct: http://www.girldevelopit.com/codeofconduct *** 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!

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  • El Sereno/Alhambra All Languages & Skill Levels Study Group

    Join our Tuesday meetups in El Sereno/Alhambra to work on side projects, study, learn, and socialize together! We'll share what we're working on, find partners to collaborate with, share resources, and ask/answer questions. Bring your laptop, a smile, and some curiosity! * This meetup is open to everyone interested in meeting with other developers of all skill levels! Join Learn Teach Code's Slack which is a great way to stay in touch with all of us! Signup link: http://learnteachcode.org/slack Check out all other upcoming events: http://learnteachcode.org/ Contribute to community open source projects: https://github.com/LearnTeachCode/ ==================== What to bring: ==================== - 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 kindness to the coffee shop for letting us use their space and wifi for free! This helps ensure that we'll be welcomed back in the future. - Your curiosity and your excitement for learning, teaching, and coding with new friends! ==================== Agenda: ==================== (7:45 pm - Pre-meetup: Socializing, order and get food/drinks) 8:00 pm - Meetup Begins! Learn stuff and build stuff! 9:50 pm - Wrap up ==================== Parking / venue info: ==================== There is plenty of free parking within the parking lot. ==================== * 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!

  • Burbank Coding Study Group (All languages and skill levels welcome!)

    Join our weekly Tuesday meetup to work on side projects, study, learn, and socialize together! We'll share what we're working on, ask if we're looking for partners to collaborate with, and help each other out by sharing resources and asking/answering questions. Bring your laptop, a smile, and some curiosity! This meetup is hosted in partnership with volunteers from Women Who Code (https://www.meetup.com/Women-Who-Code-LA/) meetup as well, so like all WWC meetups, it's open to everyone (so men are always welcome too)! As long as you follow our code of conduct, you're welcome to join! ==================== What to bring: ==================== • 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 kindness to the coffee shop for letting us use their space and wifi for free! This helps ensure that we'll be welcomed back in the future. :) • Your curiosity and your excitement for learning, teaching, and coding with new friends! ==================== Agenda: ==================== Meetup Resources: https://goo.gl/MCPh78 • 7pm - Socializing, getting food/drinks, announcements • 7:30pm - Learn stuff and build stuff! • 9pm - Wrap up We have a #burbank channel on Learn Teach Code's Slack which is a great way to stay in touch with all of us! Slick signup link: http://learnteachcode.org/slack ==================== Parking / venue info: ==================== There is a small lot behind the building but there is ample street parking nearby. ==================== *** 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!

  • Baldwin Park Code and Coffee

    Starbucks

    Join our weekly Sunday meetup to work on side projects, study, learn, and socialize together! There is no formal lesson plan. Attendees are encouraged to share projects they're working on, pair program, and enjoy a beverage! Note: We HIGHLY recommend checking out our GitHub and Slack group, as it will help us better facilitate our meetup events! Baldwin Park code & coffee GitHub: https://github.com/LearnTeachCode/baldwinpark-code-and-coffee Join our community Slack group: https://learnteachcode.org/slack Check out all other upcoming events: http://learnteachcode.org/ ==================== What to bring: ==================== - 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 kindness to the coffee shop for letting us use their space and wifi for free! This helps ensure that we'll be welcomed back in the future. :) - Your curiosity and excitement for learning, teaching, and coding with new friends! ==================== Agenda: ==================== - 6pm - Socializing, getting food/drinks, announcements - 6:30pm - Learn stuff and build stuff! - 8pm - Wrap up ==================== Parking / venue info: ==================== There is plenty of free parking, the coffee store is located inside of a plaza. ======================================== * 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!

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  • Pasadena Code and Coffee: Technical Interview Practice Problems

    Join us every other Saturday at 3pm to work together on problems from "Cracking the Coding Interview", "The Art of Computer Programming", LeetCode.com, HackerRank.com, and more. This is a casual gathering for learning together; no formal instruction. All skill levels and programming languages welcome! Join our community Slack chatroom to meet more mentors and study partners: https://learnteachcode.org/slack *** Be sure to join our #pasadena channel! See our other upcoming events: http://learnteachcode.org/ ==================== What to bring: ==================== - 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 kindness to the coffee shop for letting us use their space and wifi for free! This helps ensure that we'll be welcomed back in the future. :) - Your curiosity and excitement for learning, teaching, and coding with new friends! ====================== Informal mentorship ====================== A note from our Pasadena meetup hosts: ---------------------- Hi, I’m Pritam and I'm currently working as a lead Java developer at the University of Southern California. To become a good developer it’s important to keep learning, so I'm hosting this meetup for all of us to brush up our problem solving skills using data structures and algorithms. I look forward to meeting you! ---------------------- Hi, I'm Hasan. I enjoy code teasers, as found in TAOCP, CTCI, LeetCode, etc. While I live in Tiburon, I do come to SoCal on the weekends and look forward to meeting you soon. ==================== Parking / venue info: ==================== - Check for street parking around the neighborhood - $5 flat fee on weekends at the Diamond Parking lot, 936 E Green St - Many people also use the free 90 minute "customer parking" at the nearby shopping malls ======================================== 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 in person, or by introducing yourself on our Slack chatroom here: https://learnteachcode.org/slack *** Be sure to join our #pasadena channel!

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  • El Sereno/Alhambra All Languages & Skill Levels Study Group

    Join our Tuesday meetups in El Sereno/Alhambra to work on side projects, study, learn, and socialize together! We'll share what we're working on, find partners to collaborate with, share resources, and ask/answer questions. Bring your laptop, a smile, and some curiosity! * This meetup is open to everyone interested in meeting with other developers of all skill levels! Join Learn Teach Code's Slack which is a great way to stay in touch with all of us! Signup link: http://learnteachcode.org/slack Check out all other upcoming events: http://learnteachcode.org/ Contribute to community open source projects: https://github.com/LearnTeachCode/ ==================== What to bring: ==================== - 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 kindness to the coffee shop for letting us use their space and wifi for free! This helps ensure that we'll be welcomed back in the future. - Your curiosity and your excitement for learning, teaching, and coding with new friends! ==================== Agenda: ==================== (7:45 pm - Pre-meetup: Socializing, order and get food/drinks) 8:00 pm - Meetup Begins! Learn stuff and build stuff! 9:50 pm - Wrap up ==================== Parking / venue info: ==================== There is plenty of free parking within the parking lot. ==================== * 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!

  • Burbank Coding Study Group (All languages and skill levels welcome!)

    Join our weekly Tuesday meetup to work on side projects, study, learn, and socialize together! We'll share what we're working on, ask if we're looking for partners to collaborate with, and help each other out by sharing resources and asking/answering questions. Bring your laptop, a smile, and some curiosity! This meetup is hosted in partnership with volunteers from Girl Develop It Los Angeles (https://www.meetup.com/Girl-Develop-It-Los-Angeles/) meetup as well, so like all GDI meetups, it's open to everyone (so men are always welcome too)! As long as you follow our code of conduct, you're welcome to join! ==================== What to bring: ==================== • 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 kindness to the coffee shop for letting us use their space and wifi for free! This helps ensure that we'll be welcomed back in the future. :) • Your curiosity and your excitement for learning, teaching, and coding with new friends! ==================== Agenda: ==================== Meetup Resources: https://goo.gl/MCPh78 • 7pm - Socializing, getting food/drinks, announcements • 7:30pm - Learn stuff and build stuff! • 9pm - Wrap up We have a #burbank channel on Learn Teach Code's Slack which is a great way to stay in touch with all of us! Slick signup link: http://learnteachcode.org/slack ==================== Parking / venue info: ==================== There is a small lot behind the building but there is ample street parking nearby. ==================== *** 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!

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