• Northwest OTP Study Group - Woodstock

    The Circuit

    Come join us for the NW Atlanta Study Group and meet your fellow WWC “neighbors”. This Meetup provides an opportunity for those who live and work in the NW OTP a convenient location to hang out and code. All experience levels and languages are welcome - from newbie to guru. This is a great place to dedicate some quality time to learn that new language, your side project, or whatever it is you’re currently working on. So, come join our fun, no-pressure environment Wednesday, August 29th, 6 pm - 8 pm at The Circuit (http://circuitwoodstock.com) in Woodstock and maybe you’ll even find carpool buddies for other WWC events. You can also join us on slack in the #northwest_otp channel. If you aren't in our slack team, sign up here: https://wwcatl.typeform.com/to/WKy2an Hope to see you there! **Please bring a laptop. **Our sponsor, Stibo Systems, is generously providing food so no need to pick up dinner on the way. **Many thanks to the good folks at The Circuit for allowing us to use their space. **This event is intended for anyone who identifies as female and is queer, trans and nonbinary friendly. Men are also welcome to attend. All attendees must follow the Code of Conduct ( https://github.com/WomenWhoCode/guidelines-resources/blob/master/code_of_conduct.md )

  • Northwest OTP Study Group - Smyrna/Vinings

    Starbucks

    Come join us for the NW Atlanta Study Group and meet your fellow WWC “neighbors”. This Meetup provides an opportunity for those who live and work in the NW OTP a convenient location to hang out and code. All experience levels and languages are welcome - from newbie to guru. This is a great place to dedicate some quality time to learn that new language, your side project, or whatever it is you’re currently working on. You can also join us on slack in the #northwest_otp channel. If you aren't in our slack team, sign up here: https://wwcatl.typeform.com/to/WKy2an Hope to see you there! **Please bring a laptop. **This event is intended for anyone who identifies as female and is queer, trans and nonbinary friendly. Men are also welcome to attend. **All attendees must follow the Code of Conduct ( https://github.com/WomenWhoCode/guidelines-resources/blob/master/code_of_conduct.md )

  • Code Jam

    General Assembly Atlanta

    Come hang out and code on whatever you want (in any language)! If you’re an old hand learning a new language or just getting started on your coding journey, code jam is a friendly and supportive environment for you to develop your technical skills. Why should you put this on your calendar every month? First, you’ll meet other amazing people. Sometimes you’re the teacher, sometimes you’re the student and sometimes you just offer support! It's a fun, no-pressure environment where we can hang out and code while keeping each other motivated. Second, we’re going to start some group projects, and this is a great place to find out the details, form a working group and meet to compare notes. Our members range from newbies to senior engineers and leadership, and everything in-between! If you want more information, this is a great time to come ask questions. Hope to see you there :) **This event is intended for anyone who identifies as female and is queer, trans and nonbinary friendly. Men are also welcome to attend. All attendees must follow the Code of Conduct (https://github.com/WomenWhoCode/guidelines-resources/blob/master/code_of_conduct.md) What to bring? A laptop! And a can-do mindset :)

  • Let's Do Lunch: Ponce City Market

    Ponce City Market Food Hall

    Let's Do Lunch! Once a month we'll gather for lunch to discuss tech, work, or anything and everything else! Grab some food from a restaurant or even bring your own lunch. At the heart of Ponce City Market, the Central Food Hall is becoming the most vibrant food hall and market in the Southeast. James Beard Award-winning chefs the likes of Anne Quatrano, Linton Hopkins, and Sean Brock join Atlanta’s most exciting young purveyors and restauranteurs to offer everything from Georgia and Carolinas-caught seafood, to classic burgers, cold-pressed juice, and locally-made kimchee and Korean steamed buns. http://poncecitymarket.com/food-hall/ Getting There THE NORTH AVENUE MARTA STATION IS A MILE AND A HALF AWAY, AT THE CORNER OF W PEACHTREE STREET NW. Take MARTA Bus 2 – Ponce de Leon Ave and MARTA Bus 102 – Moreland/Candler Park to Ponce City Market. Buses to Ponce City Market are in service every 15 minutes, 7 days a week, from 5:30 AM to 12:00 AM. Plan your bus and rail commute at http://mycommute.itsmarta.com Parking Download Parkmobile App. First time users must register your License Plate number and payment method. Accepts Visa, MC or Paypal.. REPEAT VISITORS Park your vehicle. Launch the Parkmobile app. Enter 222 as your Zone Number. A mobile alert will notify you before your time runs out with an option to extend your stay. http://poncecitymarket.com/parking/ All attendees must follow the Code of Conduct (https://github.com/WomenWhoCode/guidelines-resources/blob/master/code_of_conduct.md)

  • Code Jam

    General Assembly Atlanta

    Come hang out and code on whatever you want (in any language)! If you’re an old hand learning a new language or just getting started on your coding journey, code jam is a friendly and supportive environment for you to develop your technical skills. Why should you put this on your calendar every month? First, you’ll meet other amazing people. Sometimes you’re the teacher, sometimes you’re the student and sometimes you just offer support! It's a fun, no-pressure environment where we can hang out and code while keeping each other motivated. Second, we’re going to start some group projects, and this is a great place to find out the details, form a working group and meet to compare notes. Our members range from newbies to senior engineers and leadership, and everything in-between! If you want more information, this is a great time to come ask questions. Hope to see you there :) **This event is intended for anyone who identifies as female and is queer, trans and nonbinary friendly. Men are also welcome to attend. All attendees must follow the Code of Conduct (https://github.com/WomenWhoCode/guidelines-resources/blob/master/code_of_conduct.md) What to bring? A laptop! And a can-do mindset :)

  • Northwest OTP Study Group - Kennesaw

    Aaron's Tech

    Come join us for the NW Atlanta Study Group and meet your fellow WWCode “neighbors”. This Meetup provides an opportunity for those who live and work in the NW OTP a convenient location to hang out and code. All experience levels and languages are welcome - from newbie to guru. This is a great place to dedicate some quality time to learn that new language, your side project, or whatever it is you’re currently working on. So, come join our fun, no-pressure environment at Aaron’s Tech and maybe you’ll even find carpool buddies for other WWC events. You can also join us on slack in the #northwest_otp channel. If you aren't in our slack team, sign up here: https://wwcatl.typeform.com/to/WKy2an Hope to see you there! **Please bring a laptop. **Light catering will be provided. Thank you, Aaron’s Tech! **This event is intended for anyone who identifies as female and is queer, trans and nonbinary friendly. Men are also welcome to attend. All attendees must follow the Code of Conduct ( https://github.com/WomenWhoCode/guidelines-resources/blob/master/code_of_conduct.md )

  • “Want to start a podcast? Don’t do this.” with Jennifer Bland and Valarie Regas

    General Assembly @ Ponce City Market

    Joint meetup with GDG Women Techmakers Atlanta Starting a podcast seems like a fun and easy way to get a message out, and share with the world. You record yourself speaking, and voila! How hard can it be?! Doing it right requires a lot of forethought, and preparation, as it turns out. Join Jennifer Bland and Valarie Regas, the founders of the CodePrep Podcast, and learn the good, the bad, and the ugly about starting your podcast. Let their foibles pave an easier road for you! Jennifer Bland: Senior Software Engineer. Google Developers Expert. Keynote Speaker. Entrepreneur. Mountain Climber. Neil Diamond fanatic. MBA grad. World traveler. Valarie Regas: Jr. DevOps Engineer. Relationship builder. Tech event speaker. Maker of Tiny Humans. Queen of the YAMLs. Total nerd.

  • Northwest OTP Study Group - Woodstock

    The Circuit

    Come join us for the NW Atlanta Study Group and meet your fellow WWC “neighbors”. This Meetup provides an opportunity for those who live and work in the NW OTP a convenient location to hang out and code. All experience levels and languages are welcome - from newbie to guru. This is a great place to dedicate some quality time to learn that new language, your side project, or whatever it is you’re currently working on. So, come join our fun, no-pressure environment Wednesday, August 29th, 6 pm - 8 pm at The Circuit (http://circuitwoodstock.com) in Woodstock and maybe you’ll even find carpool buddies for other WWC events. You can also join us on slack in the #northwest_otp channel. If you aren't in our slack team, sign up here: https://wwcatl.typeform.com/to/WKy2an Hope to see you there! **Please bring a laptop. **Our sponsor, Stibo Systems, is generously providing food so no need to pick up dinner on the way. **Many thanks to the good folks at The Circuit for allowing us to use their space. **This event is intended for anyone who identifies as female and is queer, trans and nonbinary friendly. Men are also welcome to attend. All attendees must follow the Code of Conduct ( https://github.com/WomenWhoCode/guidelines-resources/blob/master/code_of_conduct.md )

  • Let's Do Lunch: Ponce City Market

    Ponce City Market Food Hall

    Let's Do Lunch! Once a month we'll gather for lunch to discuss tech, work, or anything and everything else! Grab some food from a restaurant or even bring your own lunch. At the heart of Ponce City Market, the Central Food Hall is becoming the most vibrant food hall and market in the Southeast. James Beard Award-winning chefs the likes of Anne Quatrano, Linton Hopkins, and Sean Brock join Atlanta’s most exciting young purveyors and restauranteurs to offer everything from Georgia and Carolinas-caught seafood, to classic burgers, cold-pressed juice, and locally-made kimchee and Korean steamed buns. http://poncecitymarket.com/food-hall/ Getting There THE NORTH AVENUE MARTA STATION IS A MILE AND A HALF AWAY, AT THE CORNER OF W PEACHTREE STREET NW. Take MARTA Bus 2 – Ponce de Leon Ave and MARTA Bus 102 – Moreland/Candler Park to Ponce City Market. Buses to Ponce City Market are in service every 15 minutes, 7 days a week, from 5:30 AM to 12:00 AM. Plan your bus and rail commute at http://mycommute.itsmarta.com Parking Download Parkmobile App. First time users must register your License Plate number and payment method. Accepts Visa, MC or Paypal.. REPEAT VISITORS Park your vehicle. Launch the Parkmobile app. Enter 222 as your Zone Number. A mobile alert will notify you before your time runs out with an option to extend your stay. http://poncecitymarket.com/parking/ All attendees must follow the Code of Conduct (https://github.com/WomenWhoCode/guidelines-resources/blob/master/code_of_conduct.md)

  • Code Jam

    General Assembly Atlanta

    Come hang out and code on whatever you want (in any language)! If you’re an old hand learning a new language or just getting started on your coding journey, code jam is a friendly and supportive environment for you to develop your technical skills. Why should you put this on your calendar every month? First, you’ll meet other amazing people. Sometimes you’re the teacher, sometimes you’re the student and sometimes you just offer support! It's a fun, no-pressure environment where we can hang out and code while keeping each other motivated. Second, we’re going to start some group projects, and this is a great place to find out the details, form a working group and meet to compare notes. Our members range from newbies to senior engineers and leadership, and everything in-between! If you want more information, this is a great time to come ask questions. Hope to see you there :) **This event is intended for anyone who identifies as female and is queer, trans and nonbinary friendly. Men are also welcome to attend. All attendees must follow the Code of Conduct (https://github.com/WomenWhoCode/guidelines-resources/blob/master/code_of_conduct.md) What to bring? A laptop! And a can-do mindset :)