• Code Retreat

    Lighthouse Labs

    Code Retreat is back!!! In a fresh new exciting format!!! Go here to sign up: http://congregate.ca/event?event=35 And read the Toronto Code Retreat Manifesto (by new lead organizer Leo Zovic) here: http://langnostic.inaimathi.ca/posts/toronto-code-retreat-manifesto Looking forward to seeing you all there!

  • Toronto Code Retreat

    Bento Miso

  • Toronto Code Retreat

    Bento Miso

    Welcome to Code Retreat Toronto! This is a chance to learn new techniques, languages, and practices from each other by pairing to solve a pre-determined problem. There are typically three sessions of 45 minutes. Each session involves pairing with a new partner to work from scratch on that night's problem. New programmatic constraints may be introduced with each session for those interested in challenging themselves. Make sure to bring a laptop and have your development environment ready for the type of coding you'd like to be doing. You can check in your code at https://github.com/CodeRetreatTO... (https://github.com/CodeRetreatTO/projects) so we have a record of all the nifty half-baked programs made at Code Retreat. You're allowed to keep working on it after the event. Be nice, have fun, learn things. Happy coding!

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  • Toronto Code Retreat

    Bento Miso

    Welcome to Code Retreat Toronto! This is a chance to learn new techniques, languages, and practices from each other by pairing to solve a pre-determined problem. There are typically three sessions of 45 minutes. Each session involves pairing with a new partner to work from scratch on that night's problem. New programmatic constraints may be introduced with each session for those interested in challenging themselves. Make sure to bring a laptop and have your development environment ready for the type of coding you'd like to be doing. You can check in your code at https://github.com/CodeRetreatTO... (https://github.com/CodeRetreatTO/projects) so we have a record of all the nifty half-baked programs made at Code Retreat. You're allowed to keep working on it after the event. Be nice, have fun, learn things. Happy coding!

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  • Toronto Code Retreat

    Bento Miso

    Welcome to Code Retreat Toronto! This is a chance to learn new techniques, languages, and practices from each other by pairing to solve a pre-determined problem. There are typically three sessions of 45 minutes. Each session involves pairing with a new partner to work from scratch on that night's problem. New programmatic constraints may be introduced with each session for those interested in challenging themselves. Make sure to bring a laptop and have your development environment ready for the type of coding you'd like to be doing. You can check in your code at https://github.com/CodeRetreatTO... (https://github.com/CodeRetreatTO/projects) so we have a record of all the nifty half-baked programs made at Code Retreat. You're allowed to keep working on it after the event. Be nice, have fun, learn things. Happy coding!

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  • Toronto Code Retreat

    Bento Miso

    Welcome to Code Retreat Toronto! Tonight we'll be building a calculator that takes a string as input and returns a number. So you'll feed it an input like "4 + 7 * 9 - 2 / 5" and get an output like 19.4 or 66 or something. This is a fairly classic problem, so if you've done it before you can increase the challenge level by using a new language, a new technique, building a better parser, or trying for the extra super challenge bonus. This is a chance to learn new techniques, languages, and practices from each other by pairing to solve a pre-determined problem. There are typically three sessions of 45 minutes. Each session involves pairing with a new partner to work from scratch on that night's problem. New programmatic constraints may be introduced with each session for those interested in challenging themselves. Make sure to bring a laptop and have your development environment ready for the type of coding you'd like to be doing. You can check in your code at https://github.com/CodeRetreatTO... (https://github.com/CodeRetreatTO/projects) so we have a record of all the nifty half-baked programs made at Code Retreat. You're allowed to keep working on it after the event. Be nice, have fun, learn things. Happy coding!

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  • Toronto Code Retreat

    Bento Miso

    Welcome to Code Retreat Toronto! This is a chance to learn new techniques, languages, and practices from each other by pairing to solve a pre-determined problem. There are typically three sessions of 45 minutes. Each session involves pairing with a new partner to work from scratch on that night's problem. New programmatic constraints may be introduced with each session for those interested in challenging themselves. Make sure to bring a laptop and have your development environment ready for the type of coding you'd like to be doing. You can check in your code at https://github.com/CodeRetreatTO... (https://github.com/CodeRetreatTO/projects) so we have a record of all the nifty half-baked programs made at Code Retreat. You're allowed to keep working on it after the event. Be nice, have fun, learn things. Happy coding!

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  • Toronto Code Retreat

    Bento Miso

    Welcome to Code Retreat Toronto! Tonight we'll be building Sierpinski Triangles (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sierpinski_triangle)! Take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with them beforehand, because while they're a relatively simple fractal there are a LOT of ways to generate them. We'll try out a number of those different ways, and may also extend the domain to 3D, 4D, or even adventure across the 8th Dimension. ---------------------------------------- This is a chance to learn new techniques, languages, and practices from each other by pairing to solve a pre-determined problem. There are typically three sessions of 45 minutes. Each session involves pairing with a new partner to work from scratch on that night's problem. New programmatic constraints may be introduced with each session for those interested in challenging themselves. Make sure to bring a laptop and have your development environment ready for the type of coding you'd like to be doing. You can check in your code at https://github.com/CodeRetreatTO... (https://github.com/CodeRetreatTO/projects) so we have a record of all the nifty half-baked programs made at Code Retreat. You're allowed to keep working on it after the event. Be nice, have fun, learn things. Happy coding!

  • Toronto Code Retreat

    Bento Miso

  • Toronto Code Retreat

    Bento Miso

    Welcome to Code Retreat Toronto! Tonight we'll be making anagrams! Given an input phrase, your program will return a variety of other phrases that can be formed from the same letters. Problem suggested by Pete Bevin. This is a chance to learn new techniques, languages, and practices from each other by pairing to solve a pre-determined problem. There are typically three sessions of 45 minutes. Each session involves pairing with a new partner to work from scratch on that night's problem. New programmatic constraints may be introduced with each session for those interested in challenging themselves. Make sure to bring a laptop and have your development environment ready for the type of coding you'd like to be doing. You can check in your code at https://github.com/CodeRetreatTO... (https://github.com/CodeRetreatTO/projects) so we have a record of all the nifty half-baked programs made at Code Retreat. You're allowed to keep working on it after the event. Be nice, have fun, learn things. Happy coding!

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