What we're about

We host events for and by software developers in Syracuse, NY. Our goal is to gather professional or aspiring devs together in real life to chat, learn from each other, and build out stronger networks.

We'll be organizing a mix of events not tied to any one programming language or framework. If you’re interested in hosting your own event, please reach out to the organizers and we’ll get you set up.

Aside from in-person events, we host a community Slack group. Learn more and sign up at https://syracuse.io/community

Upcoming events (5+)

Syracuse JavaScript Meetup | Topic: Open Source Development Talk & Q&A

A huge thanks goes out to our amazing sponsor: Hack Upstate - http://hackupstate.com • What we'll do We are a group dedicated to discussing and working with the JavaScript programming language. Currently we meet the third Tuesday of each month, and each event has both a learning and interactive portion. Whether you’re an experienced JavaScript programmer or just getting started, we welcome and encourage all proficiency levels. Each month we'll be exploring the "Current Topic" referenced in the Meetup title. If you're not familiar with the topic, come learn something new! Already a pro? Awesome! We can use some mentors to help out with questions. Check us out for some great discussions, food, and drink! • What to bring Laptop • Important to know Harassment-free meetup, regardless of topic

Code for Syracuse Kick-Off

Syracuse CoWorks

Join us for our Code for Syracuse kickoff event. Code for Syracuse is a group of technologists with a simple purpose, work together on things that matter. We are partnering with local non-profits and local government build a better Syracuse for everyone. That means we need everyone: community leaders and coders, subject-matter experts and project managers, activists and designers, public servants and curious residents. What we will do: Enjoy some food and drinks as we learn more Learn about Code for Syracuse and how we are part of the national Code for America movement. *You don’t have to bring a laptop to the kickoff event. First Meeting Agenda: - Event starts at 6:00 PM - Food and informal introductions - Presentation on what Code for America is - Talk from Sam Edelstein, City of Syracuse Innovation Team Chief Data Officer, to discuss potential collaborative projects - Wrap up at 7:30 PM Much thanks to our amazing sponsor Hack Upstate. Check out what they are up to at https://hackupstate.com Also, special thanks to Syracuse CoWorks for letting us use their awesome space. Check them out at http://www.syracusecoworks.com.

OpenHack: Code together, on anything.

Syracuse Coworks

• What we'll do OpenHack is a casual social coding meetup with a simple purpose: Code together, on anything. We welcome local developers and designers of all skill levels, interests, ages genders, you-name-it to get together to write code or push pixels. We’ll provide good food, good people, and creative energy. Here’s how OpenHack works: * You can hack on anything! Any language, framework, public/open-source, personal projects, client work… anything! * You don’t have to have an idea to hack on, you can come join someone else * We’ll kick things off with a quick round of introductions, to say who you are, what you’re working on, and if you’d like help with your idea * Food and drinks will be provided * Feel free to join us - bring a laptop, a project, and a friend! See more at http://openhacksyr.com • What to bring A laptop if you're bringing a project, but not required • Important to know Please review our Code of Conduct before attending: http://openhacksyr.com/code_of_conduct/

Women in Coding - Arduino Lab

Fayetteville Free Library

Please register with the Library after July 1st https://www.fflib.org/arduino-lab Josh Wright is back with another Arduino Lab! Arduino is an easy-to-use electronics controller that works with inputs and outputs to perform tasks assigned by the user. The Arduino software is great for beginners and flexible enough for advanced users. In this hands-on workshop participants will use the Library's Arduino kits to learn more about how Arduino works and the possibilities of what Arduino can do. • What to bring Bring your computer, with Arduino installed. If you have an Arduino kit, feel free to bring it. If not, the Library has a number available for participants to use and share. Big thank you to Hack Upstate for sponsoring our meetups. You can learn more about them at http://hackupstate.com/.

Past events (53)

Women in Coding - Accessible Web Development Class

The Tech Garden

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