Join us for the Code & Coffee and bring your cool IoT Projects to work!
Code & Coffees are casual co-working events - not coding workshops. No agenda, no lesson plan, no instructors or mentors.
IoT Projects - Some of our regular Coffee & Coders have IOT projects they like to work on. We'll be setting aside a table for IOT enthusiasts -- please bring your project if you have one! (soldering is not permitted)
Bring your own projects or meet people who are working on similar things & collaborate together. You can be social or you can be focused; we're providing the space, the coffee, and the community; the rest is up to you!
It's Saturday morning - pajamas are fine :)
Open to PyLadies & PyGents, all PyPeoplez!
Please note all attendees should abide by the PyLadies Code of Conduct (http://www.pyladies.com/CodeOfConduct/)
Sunday January 21st, 11am - 3pm.
Food and Venue:
Huge thanks to Bugsnag (https://www.bugsnag.com/) for generously providing the location as well as brunchy snacks, coffee, and other (non-alcoholic) beverages! Thanks @bugsnag (https://twitter.com/bugsnag)!
Details for getting in:
Ring door bell + know the name of the event, and please arrive by 11:45 (this allows the organizers and volunteers to spend some time coding as well!).
Public transportation: The nearest lines are 8, 30, 27 bus lines. Bugsnag is also a 15 min walk from Caltrain, and 10 min walk from Muni/Bart Powell Station down 5th Street.
Car parking details: Cars can park on street meters, or at a nearby lot such as the one on Oak Grove between Harrison and Bryant ($10).
Bike parking details: You are welcome to bring your bikes through the front door. There are usually 6 wall-mounted bike rack spots available and there is plenty of entryway space for overflow.
Restrooms: There are 2 single person gender-neutral restrooms available.
Accessibility: The building is wheelchair accessible.
Bring: your laptop or a notebook/ study materials.
Pet policy - No pets allowed.