What we're about

Hey there!

This remote-only group is intended for folks who want to break into tech and those who want to support and tutor.

Let's talk about everything web! Any questions regarding HTML, CSS, and JavaScript are welcome! React and full-stack web development questions are fine as well. Let's keep it at a beginner's level.

Who is this group for?
Are you trying to break into tech? Are you currently doing a bootcamp, self-study, or are you in any kind of school/college/university? Then this group is for you!

Who are the other participants?
Most participants of this group are participating in a free bootcamp called 100Devs. The tutoring sessions evolved out of coffee chats and slowly developed into a weekly meetup. People started bringing their friends, and others found us via Meetup.com.

What is within the scope of this meetup?
Let's keep it technical! Every meeting will start and close with some casual small talk where all questions and networking are welcome. However, this meetup is supposed to be about tech tutoring. Questions about HTML, CSS, Javascript, React, Node, Express, Databases, and relevant CS theory are welcome!

Where? This meetup is remote only!

When? Whenever we have time and see fit. I aim to make it a bi-weekly or weekly event!

Upcoming events (1)

Creating a fake startup - Session 5: Comparing Tech Stacks

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Let's build a project together!

'Fake Startup' is a new tutoring format in which we work together on a real-world, long-term project.

In the past four sessions, we made some significant progress!

In our first session, we brainstormed different startup ideas and finally decided on the general topic area of our fake startup - we will work on a meetup app. The week after, we discussed the project's business model and value proposition. Next, we created user stories based on current needs and pain points with existing solutions. Finally, we picked user stories for our MVP (minimal viable product) and derived technical requirements from them. We then translated the technical requirements into an initial system design.

In the next session, we will learn how to compare different technologies and discuss which tech stack to use for our fake startup.

Past events (49)

Creating a fake startup - Session 4: System Design

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