• Online Event: Techlahoma Hack Night

    Online event

    First Tuesday means it's time for Techlahoma Hack Night. Join folks from Code for Tulsa, Tulsa WebDevs, Tulsa Game Developers, Java, Open Source Hardware, PHP, Ruby, Python, and JavaScript meetups, and anyone else who is interested! Show up if you have something you want to show off, work on, need to ask a question, or want to answer questions. Hope to see you there!

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  • Tulsa WebDevs Monthly Meetup

    Online event

    Thanks for joining us today. We're also streaming on twitch.tv/techlahoma. We're here thanks to sponsors Mozilla: Hosting the Zoom call ... and volunteers, speakers, and Techlahoma. What is Techlahoma? Techlahoma is a non-profit volunteer-run organization that puts on over 30 monthly meetups, 3 annual conferences, and sponsors free local events. Please be sure to read our Code of Conduct and reach out to someone on the Conduct Committee if you feel there has been a violation of the Code of Conduct. We do all this to support the grassroots tech community of Oklahoma. Learn more at techlahoma.org and help out: Check out all the Techlahoma meetups Techlahoma Help Wanted Board! Ways to support Techlahoma: *Amazon Smile *Subscribe on Twitch If you are watching via Twitch and have subscribed in the past and your subscription expired, you need to manually renew it. Subscriptions don't auto-renew. *Donate (1-time or monthly) *Ask your company to sponsor! *Buy some merch from the store (~$5-10 proceeds per item)! *36 Degrees North donates this space for us to meet. They also offer free workshops as well as coworking, desks and offices for a monthly fee. You can find more info at the front desk. *36°N Calendar for upcoming Tulsa Data Science, Tulsa Agile Practitioners, Tulsa Game Developers, Tulsa UX and all of your event-going needs. Community Announcements Break out presentation pitches (5 minutes each) * OWASP: Nathan Keltner (@natron) is going to talk about how Atredis approaches new targets: process of identifying attack surface, weak spots, attacker control, likely exploitability, real exploitability, etc * Julia Layne will be doing a talk on Exploratory Data Analysis using Rick & Morty as the data source.

  • Online Event: Techlahoma Hack Night Volunteer Project Pitch Night

    For Hack night, we are going to hear about volunteer projects or ideas from our community. This is obviously a remote event, so anyone in the community is welcome. Join us at 7 (1 hour later than normal) to hear about different volunteer project ideas from members of our community who are looking for help. If you are interested in working on a project, but not sure what to do or where to start, come watch these pitches, ask questions, and pick a project to start working on. We will listen to the project pitches and then break into groups to discuss, organize, and/or start working on the projects. If you would like to pitch a project you are working on or interested in starting, please send a project description to Kendall Werts on Slack or through email ([masked]) so we can attempt to get you on the schedule.

  • Co-working

    36°N

    36°N offers free co-working every 3rd Wednesday!

  • Virtual - Tulsa WebDevs Monthly Meetup

    36°N

    Join us tonight via Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/techlahoma To ask questions, join us at slack.techlahoma.org #tulsawebdevs After the stream, we plan on opening up the Google Meet for discussions, and the address will be open at that time. NOTICE: TWD will be meeting virtually on Monday, March 16. For more information watch this page or join us at slack.techlahoma.org #tulsawebdevs ------------- 6pm - 6:10pm: Announcements Thanks for joining us today. We are streaming on twitch.tv/techlahoma. We're here thanks to sponsors: Project Make It (for stream & capture) ... and volunteers, speakers, and Techlahoma. What is Techlahoma? Techlahoma is a non-profit volunteer-run organization that puts on over 30 monthly meetups, 3 annual conferences, and sponsors free local events. Please be sure to read our Code of Conduct and reach out to someone on the Conduct Committee if you feel there has been a violation of the Code of Conduct. DID YOU KNOW THE AVERAGE TWD MEETUP COSTS ABOUT $200? ** We do all this to support the grassroots tech community of Oklahoma. Learn more at techlahoma.org and help out: Check out all the Techlahoma meetups Techlahoma Help Wanted Board! Ways to support Techlahoma: *Amazon Smile *Subscribe on Twitch If you are watching via Twitch and have subscribed in the past and your subscription expired, you need to manually renew it. Subscriptions don't auto-renew. *Donate (1-time or monthly) *Ask your company to sponsor! *Buy some merch from the store (~$5-10 proceeds per item)! *36 Degrees North donates this space for us to meet. They also offer free workshops as well as coworking, desks and offices for a monthly fee. You can find more info at the front desk. *36°N Calendar for upcoming Tulsa Data Science, Tulsa Agile Practitioners, Tulsa Game Developers, Tulsa UX and all of your event-going needs. Community Announcements 6:10pm - 8pm: Presentations *Urban Coders Guild - Mikeal Vaughn *OWASP - Nathan Sweaney

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  • Techlahoma Hack Night with child care provided by LTFF

    First Tuesday means it's time for Techlahoma Hack Night. Join folks from Code for Tulsa, Tulsa WebDevs, Tulsa Game Developers, Java, Open Source Hardware, PHP, Ruby, Python, and JavaScript meetups, and anyone else who is interested! Show up if you have something you want to show off, work on, need to ask a question, or want to answer questions. Starting on August 6th, we will have free child care provided by the Lobech Taylor Family foundation. Just add a comment below indicating how many children will be coming so we can get extra food and make sure there are enough sitters. The kids will play in the back while we are hacking in the front. Just keep in mind there won't be any toys or entertainment provided, so make sure to bring something to keep them entertained. Hope to see you there!

  • Co-working

    36°N

    36°N offers free co-working every 3rd Wednesday!

  • Tulsa WebDevs Monthly Meetup with free child care provided by LTFF

    Notice: We will have free child care provided by the Lobeck Taylor Family foundation. RSVP with the number of children that will be eating food, and please add a comment that indicates how many children will need child care so we can make sure there are enough sitters. The kids will play in the back while we are meeting in the front. Just keep in mind there won't be any toys or entertainment provided, so make sure to bring something to keep them entertained. 6pm - 6:20pm: Eat, mingle, announcements & presentation pitches (5 minutes each) Thanks for joining us today. We're also streaming on twitch.tv/techlahoma. We're here thanks to sponsors: TEKsystems (food) Project Make It (for stream & capture) LOBECK TAYLOR FAMILY FOUNDATION ... and volunteers, speakers, and Techlahoma. What is Techlahoma? Techlahoma is a non-profit volunteer-run organization that puts on over 30 monthly meetups, 3 annual conferences, and sponsors free local events. Please be sure to read our Code of Conduct and reach out to someone on the Conduct Committee if you feel there has been a violation of the Code of Conduct. DID YOU KNOW THE AVERAGE TWD MEETUP COSTS ABOUT $200? ** We do all this to support the grassroots tech community of Oklahoma. Learn more at techlahoma.org and help out: Check out all the Techlahoma meetups Techlahoma Help Wanted Board! Ways to support Techlahoma: *Amazon Smile *Subscribe on Twitch If you are watching via Twitch and have subscribed in the past and your subscription expired, you need to manually renew it. Subscriptions don't auto-renew. *Donate (1-time or monthly) *Ask your company to sponsor! *Buy some merch from the store (~$5-10 proceeds per item)! *36 Degrees North donates this space for us to meet. They also offer free workshops as well as coworking, desks and offices for a monthly fee. You can find more info at the front desk. *36°N Calendar for upcoming Tulsa Data Science, Tulsa Agile Practitioners, Tulsa Game Developers, Tulsa UX and all of your event-going needs. Community Announcements *Save the Date for 200 OK Web Devs Conference on May 15, 2020! Ticket sales are now open and we are actively looking for sponsors if your company is looking to spend some money for a tax write-off! *#tulsaux’s next meetup is Tuesday, March 10th at 6pm at 36N. It is our 6th semiannual Lightning Talks! We’re looking for speakers – if you have a short talk about UX/design, please submit your talk ideas at https://tulsaux.com/lightning Lightning Talks are a great way to get into speaking at meetups. The talk is only 5-10 mins with a Q&A. Message @maxx with any questions. *Code for America Summit March 9-11 in Washington D.C. If you're interested in attending, ask Carlos Moreno for more details, discount tickets, etc. *OKCoders is looking for an instructor for their Tulsa Bootcamp. Full stack knowledge is preferred, and it is a PAID position! *Tomorrow night is a panel on Navigating Tech in Tulsa. A panel with local coding + tech organizations at Holberton School starting at 5pm. *Oklahoma Women in Technology is having their next networking event on Thursday, February 27, 5:30-7:30 pm at Inner Circle Vodka Bar. ALL are welcome! They can't make a change in the status quo without their male allies and would LOVE to see all of you there. *Tentative: March 17 is the first Holberton Hack Night featuring Techlahoma! The OU iHub will be hosting a creative thinking workshop. Break out presentation pitches (5 minutes each) *Code Katas - Adam Recvlohe *Code for Tulsa - Carlos Moreno - Status Update *OWASP - Luke Crouch - the Mozilla “Observatory” security scanning tool *Free Code Camp - Diana Varnes -Looking for someone with SQL experience to answer some questions for a new attendee 6:30pm - 7:20pm: Break out into sessions 8pm: Leave to another venue Typically Prairie Brewpub (Right next door to 36°N)

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  • Techlahoma Hack Night with child care provided by LTFF

    First Tuesday means it's time for Techlahoma Hack Night. Join folks from Code for Tulsa, Tulsa WebDevs, Tulsa Game Developers, Java, Open Source Hardware, PHP, Ruby, Python, and JavaScript meetups, and anyone else who is interested! Show up if you have something you want to show off, work on, need to ask a question, or want to answer questions. Starting on August 6th, we will have free child care provided by the Lobech Taylor Family foundation. Just add a comment below indicating how many children will be coming so we can get extra food and make sure there are enough sitters. The kids will play in the back while we are hacking in the front. Just keep in mind there won't be any toys or entertainment provided, so make sure to bring something to keep them entertained. Hope to see you there!

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