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The Struggle Deluxe - Coding Open Study Lab
Come hang out, code, and mingle in a bootcamp open lab style learning environment right back at the nerdiest of coffee houses, Wayward Coffee. Ask for help thats needed for your projects, portfolio, or super edgy implementation of a Binary Search Tree. Please do not disturb anybody thats wired in (headphones in, do not disturb). We often have in attendance a handful of senior dev’s, the official JDSB career coach Roger L Harris, and possibly some recruiters out for fresh blood. Please be the best versions of yourselves and only RSVP if you actually show up to the event. If you RSVP and something comes up, no problemo, honor your word by changing your status to ‘not coming’. From the feedback I’ve received, JDSB now has a slack channel to provide coding help and career opportunities in between events. Join and stay tuned! The more people that join this the better the help everyone will be able to get. I will make sure to pass this channel along to the senior devs I’m in contact with. Lastly I have had a lot of people reach out to me providing job opportunities for you folks! When I find a moment I will make sure to post them in the slack channel: https://join.slack.com/t/jdsb/shared_invite/enQtNDc3OTA1OTYzMTcxLWFmNDlkODlhNzUwODk0ODg1NmNhNTNhNDViNTBkNWUwODgyYTc3NDI0OTYwOTQzZTFiNGVmOWYxMjBkNWQ0NGY

Wayward Coffeehouse

6417 Roosevelt Way Ne · Seattle

What we're about

The Junior Dev Struggle Bus is a little tribe of aspiring programmers supporting each other in trying to land that coveted first dev job. The road is long and the struggle is hard when breaking into the tech industry. What we can't accomplish alone, we can accomplish together. Come with your woes and laptops, sip on some joe, get advice on planning your job hunt, make new friends, hangout, pair program, show off your projects, etc. We are laid back and friendly and were here to foster an open minded and caring environment thats focused on helping each other, so please: no douchebags, high school popularity contests, and superiority complexes.

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