What we're about

This group is all about JavaScript in Utah.

We meet the 1st Thursday of the month in Orem and Ogden, the 3rd Tuesday of the month in SLC, and at least monthly in Logan. On the 4th Thursday of the month in Sandy is our Angular meetup.

See also https://utahjs.com

Join our mailing list at https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/utahjs

Join us on Slack at https://slack.utahjs.com

Upcoming events (5+)

FreeCodeCamp - Study Group

Murray Library

This is a study group format. Most attendees are studying JavaScript. A lot of members are working through the curriculum found at freeCodeCamp.org or other online resources like CodeSchool.com etc. Come learn to code, no matter your skill level. The goal of this group is to provide an environment where people can ask questions and get help with whatever they are working on. We can help you get started on your coding journey and point you to resources to help you get where you want to go.

UtahJS Lehi Meetup

Jane.com

Come one, come all to the UtahJS Orem meetup. We meet on the first Thursday of every month at the Jane.com office in Lehi. We have food generously provided by Jane.com, so come hungry. Schedule: 7:00 pm - Welcome and Tasty Vittles 7:05 pm - Presentation, TBD (Want to speak? Let us know! 💖 https://github.com/UtahJS/meetups-lehi || https://forms.gle/K1f5CtGDA8hxTd8V6) 8:00 pm - Bring a project, meet a friend, learn something new -- we'll take inspiration from the article below to encourage some social learning. Bring your projects and/or questions! Designing Meetups to Build Better Communities (http://tech.noredink.com/post/142283641812/designing-meetups-to-build-better-communities) Have ideas for improving the meetup? Drop them here! (https://forms.gle/F4rTzSJ4BkRRU4U1A) We are always looking for speakers of all kinds and experience levels to share whatever they're excited about! Are you interested in speaking? That is a trick question, we know you are. Don't be afraid to reach out! Contact @311chaos or @steven-isbell on https://slack.utahjs.com/.

Ogden.js!

Startup Ogden

First Thursday of every month. Food will be provided courtesy of Startup Ogden.

Learners' JavaScript Study Group

V School

FAQ: What do we do during study groups? We collaboratively work through a range of activities, such as: • FreeCodeCamp.com (http://www.freecodecamp.com/) • NodeSchool Workshoppers (http://nodeschool.io/#workshopper-list) • CodeWars Katas (http://www.codewars.com/kata/search/javascript?q=&beta=false&order_by=rank_id+asc) • Project Euler challenges (https://projecteuler.net/) • games (e.g. Elevator Saga (http://play.elevatorsaga.com/), WarriorJS (https://github.com/olistic/warriorjs), Untrusted (http://alexnisnevich.github.io/untrusted/)) • competitions (e.g. Fight Code (http://fightcodegame.com/), CodeFights (https://codefights.com/home), The AI Games (http://theaigames.com/), Hello World Open (http://helloworldopen.com/)) • the original CodeKatas (http://codekata.com/) • side projects (your own or other Learners' projects) • concepts or code that we're hung-up on In other words, we practice JS coding and learn more about JS code in a collaborative, supportive, and social environment. What level of programmer is this for? If you're asking, you're at the right level! Basically, it's for anyone wanting to learn and practice JavaScript skills with other people. I think that Learners get more out of it if they have learned the basics beforehand, but you're welcome to join us even if you've never written anything in JavaScript! (That said, the best way to learn how JavaScript works is ... ()) What can I do between study groups? Where should I start learning JavaScript? If you haven't started learning the basics, then I can't recommend FreeCodeCamp.com (http://www.freecodecamp.com/) enough! It (a) assumes no knowledge coming in, (b) provides a linear progression from no knowledge to a portfolio of web applications, (c) lets you move as fast or slow as you want, (d) lets you skip lessons and topics you're already familiar with, and (e) has phenomenal online support. I'm not great at checking gitter, but I have set up a gitter channel for discussion between study groups - https://gitter.im/SLC-JS-Learners/chat (and remember that almost all programmers tend to be in one of two states (), so it's perfectly normal to be in one of these states!) (https://gitter.im/SLC-JS-Learners/chat) Of course there are also FreeCodeCamp meetups and our monthly presentation meetup. Just keep an eye out for UtahJS "Learners'" meetup events (http://www.meetup.com/find/events/?allMeetups=false&keywords=Learners%27&radius=100&userFreeform=salt+lake+city&gcResults=Salt+Lake+City%2C+UT%2C+USA%3AUS%3AUtah%3ASalt+Lake+County%3ASalt+Lake+City%3Anull%3Anull%3A40.7607793%3A-111.89104739999999&change=yes&eventFilter=mysugg). I've also put together a "JS Learner's Fieldguide (https://metasean.github.io/blog/2016/04/02/J-S-Learners-Fieldguide.html)" blog post that you may find useful. Location, Location, Location We'll be meeting at V Schools' downtown SLC campus, on the 5th floor in the Impact Hub Building (150 South State Street, to the north of the Carl's Jr). • Public Transit: We're just to the across the street from the 185 S & State St Bus Stop, and a couple blocks walk from the Gallivan Plaza Trax stop • Personal Vehicles: Street parking is free for 2 hours on Saturday — but you have to move your car before you exceed 2 hours! Parking in the Wells Fargo lot, a couple blocks away, is free for up to 10 hours most Saturdays, especially if you're in before 10am. :-) If you have to drive, the Wells Fargo lot is the best option I know of currently. (If you know of a better option - please let me know!)

Past events (321)

FreeCodeCamp - Study Group

Murray Library

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