What we're about

Operation Code is a nonprofit devoted to helping the military community learn software development, enter the tech industry, and code the future!

We're looking to bring together aspiring developers of all levels and backgrounds, from learning-from-scratch to senior engineers, to help each other learn more about coding and building great things.

Upcoming events (2)

Intro to JavaScript Concepts

Ivy Street Coworking

In a first for us, we will be hosting a workshop providing an introduction to JavaScript coding and concepts. This event is free. Food and drink will be provided. Details on curriculum will be posted soon. We will be at Ivy Street Coworking (https://info.ivystreet.co/), a newer co-work in South Park. Even if you don't come to our event, we recommend taking a couple hours in the near future and checking this place out. This event is being sponsored by Sabio (https://sabio.la/), a coding school serving the Greater Los Angeles Area. Disclaimer Note that Operation Code as an organization does not endorse individual coding schools, and Sabio's sponsorship of this event doesn't equal Operation Code's endorsement. We encourage you to research any given coding school you are considering before committing to a given online, part-time or full-time program (especially if you pay for it). Happy coding. : )

PyNight Hackathon (North County)

San Diego Code School

For this event, we are being hosted at San Diego Code School (https://www.sdcs.io/) in Escondido. Thanks to the awesome staff there for hosting us. PyNight is a public CTF style hackathon facilitated by Booz Allen Hamilton. This event is designed to accommodate an array of skill set levels. Python beginners and experts alike will work their way through challenges using Python code. Players solve challenges of various types as they appear on the scoreboard. For each challenge solved, the player will be awarded points depending on the difficulty of the challenge. The event for this quarter is being held in conjunction with both the San Diego Data Science and Operation Code: San Diego Meetups. For those taking part in the coding challenge, register at https://pynight.kaizen-ctf.com. At the menu drop down in the upper right of the home page, select the California instance. You can take part in the coding challenges remotely as well as in person in San Diego. A special note. This event is using a challenge set geared towards Data Science tasks. There will be a lot of multi-step math concepts, sorting data, combining data, finding specific types of data in a large file, etc. Many of the new flags will be best solved using the Pandas library. For those taking part in the coding challenge, it's recommended you prepare your local Python installation and libraries accordingly.

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PyNight Hackathon

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