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)

Workers' Center of CNY Website Revamp Planning Meeting - Code for Syracuse

We'll be transitioning to working on revamping the Wordpress website of the Workers' Center of CNY next month. Join the meeting to collaborate directly with the Workers' Center of CNY on their vision for the Wordpress website revamp. SPACE IS LIMITED SO PLEASE RSVP EARLY. IF YOU RSVPED AND CANNOT ATTEND, PLEASE MARK YOURSELF AS "NO" OR "NOT ATTENDING" ON MEETUP. Come to provide technical feedback or listen to others. By joining the meeting, you do not need to commit to the entire project but you can help the Workers' Center of CNY and us formulate the partnership! 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. Agenda: - Meeting starts at 6:00 PM - Introductions with Workers' Center of CNY team and our team - Review the list of requirements and provide feedback - Formulate expectations on the website revamp including timeline, budget, etc. - Wrap up at 7:00 PM Much thanks to our amazing sponsor Hack Upstate. Check out what they are up to at https://hackupstate.com To find out more information on our current projects, join our Slack Channel at: https://slackacuse.herokuapp.com/ where we are currently collaborating in the #code_for_syracuse thread.

Introduction to Solidity (for Blockchain)

Online event

Women In Coding hosts a monthly meetup on the second Saturday of the month. Each month we'll be teaching and group programming in a different language/topic. Language/Topic: Introduction to Solidity Taught by Kseniya Lifanova In this Intro to Solidity workshop, we'll start with the basics. Participants will get a brief overview of blockchain technology and its history before we dive into Solidity and how to write smart contracts. We'll go over developer tools and the basic components that make up a smart contract. This class is meant for people who are new to blockchain but have some coding experience. You will need to download some software before the class. Check back here for details soon! Big thank you to Hack Upstate for sponsoring our meetups. You can learn more about them at http://hackupstate.com/.

Code for Syracuse - 2020-2021 Planning Meeting

Online event

Join us for Code for Syracuse[masked] Planning Meeting. We will be discussing potential speakers, identifying possible government/non-profit partners for the next year and opportunities that we have for folks to be involved in more of the planning process and leadership team at Code for Syracuse. Come learn how you can help us build software, websites, and other digital tools for community non-profits and local government.

OpenHack: Remote Show-n-Tell 🤓️💻️🤘️

Online event

What we'll do * OpenHack is a casual social coding meetup with a simple purpose: Code together, on anything. > In these remote times, we'll be holding monthly events on zoom. Here’s how remote-OpenHack works: * Join our zoom * If you have something, bring a Show-n-Tell. This can be something you've created, or something interesting you've discovered recently * Feel free to join us - bring a friend! Important to know * Please review our Code of Conduct before attending: http://openhacksyr.com/code_of_conduct/

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