• Open Programming Session (Saturday Afternoon)

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    Come join us for an informal, open programming session at a cafe in Berkeley. All programming languages and levels of experience are welcome. Please write down or save my phone number (listed above when you are logged in), since you may need to call/text me to find the group. See below for parking information. This meetup will be a self-directed programming session without a fixed plan or leader. Just bring whatever tutorials, books, courses, or projects that you're working on. You can meet people, find a partner for pair programming, talk about technology, find/create a study group, work on a personal or group project, or just study a book or tutorial. It's very informal. Optional activities: if you want to work on coding puzzles, projects, and/or study groups with other attendees, let an organizer know when you arrive. Tip: we meet twice per week in Berkeley. Check out the main calendar for a list of events, and learn more about the group at https://codeselfstudy.com/ The meetups are free to attend, but please remember to buy a drink or pastry when you arrive at the cafe so that they stay happy about our meeting there. If you're hungry, they also serve full meals in the back. Parking Information: parking in Downtown Berkeley can sometimes be difficult, because of the construction. It's often easier to park at a nearby BART station and then take a train one stop to Downtown Berkeley. North Berkeley BART Station and Ashby BART Station are good options on Saturdays. The parking there is free on weekends, so you get all-day parking for the price of a round-trip BART ticket (less than $4). See the parking page for more information: https://codeselfstudy.com/parking/

  • Open Programming Session (Wednesday, Berkeley)

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    Come join us for a weekly open programming session at the Berkeley Library, Tarea Hall Pittman South Branch, in their Community Room. The library is close to Ashby BART station. See below for parking information. This meetup will be a self-directed programming session without a fixed plan or leader. Just bring whatever tutorials, books, courses, or projects that you're working on. You can meet people, find a partner for pair programming, talk about technology, or just work on a project or tutorial. All levels are welcome. Optional activity: if you want to work on coding puzzles, projects, and/or study groups with other attendees, let an organizer know when you arrive or just ask around. Sometimes there are short lightning talk presentations (5-10 minutes long) at the beginning of the meetup. To submit a presentation idea, fill out this form: https://codeselfstudy.com/presentations/ Sometimes the meetings are quiet and sometimes there is talking. If you are depending on silence, you might want to bring headphones or earplugs. We usually walk over to a nearby cafe for more programming at 1 pm. For extra discussion and communication tools, be sure to create a free account in our community here: https://codeselfstudy.com/ Parking Information: There is free parking on the back streets near the library. If you head west on Russell Street for a couple of blocks, you should be able to find free all-day parking. There is also free parking to the north and east of the library. Keep an eye out for street sweeping signs. Here is a map that shows a free parking area marked in gray: https://codeselfstudy.com/parking/

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  • Open Programming Session (Saturday Afternoon)

    Location visible to members

    Come join us for an informal, open programming session at a cafe in Berkeley. All programming languages and levels of experience are welcome. Please write down or save my phone number (listed above when you are logged in), since you may need to call/text me to find the group. See below for parking information. This meetup will be a self-directed programming session without a fixed plan or leader. Just bring whatever tutorials, books, courses, or projects that you're working on. You can meet people, find a partner for pair programming, talk about technology, find/create a study group, work on a personal or group project, or just study a book or tutorial. It's very informal. Optional activities: if you want to work on coding puzzles, projects, and/or study groups with other attendees, let an organizer know when you arrive. Tip: we meet twice per week in Berkeley. Check out the main calendar for a list of events, and learn more about the group at https://codeselfstudy.com/ The meetups are free to attend, but please remember to buy a drink or pastry when you arrive at the cafe so that they stay happy about our meeting there. If you're hungry, they also serve full meals in the back. Parking Information: parking in Downtown Berkeley can sometimes be difficult, because of the construction. It's often easier to park at a nearby BART station and then take a train one stop to Downtown Berkeley. North Berkeley BART Station and Ashby BART Station are good options on Saturdays. The parking there is free on weekends, so you get all-day parking for the price of a round-trip BART ticket (less than $4). See the parking page for more information: https://codeselfstudy.com/parking/

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  • Open Programming Session (Wednesday, Berkeley)

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    Come join us for a weekly open programming session at the Berkeley Library, Tarea Hall Pittman South Branch, in their Community Room. The library is close to Ashby BART station. See below for parking information. This meetup will be a self-directed programming session without a fixed plan or leader. Just bring whatever tutorials, books, courses, or projects that you're working on. You can meet people, find a partner for pair programming, talk about technology, or just work on a project or tutorial. All levels are welcome. Optional activity: if you want to work on coding puzzles, projects, and/or study groups with other attendees, let an organizer know when you arrive or just ask around. Sometimes there are short lightning talk presentations (5-10 minutes long) at the beginning of the meetup. To submit a presentation idea, fill out this form: https://codeselfstudy.com/presentations/ Sometimes the meetings are quiet and sometimes there is talking. If you are depending on silence, you might want to bring headphones or earplugs. We usually walk over to a nearby cafe for more programming at 1 pm. For extra discussion and communication tools, be sure to create a free account in our community here: https://codeselfstudy.com/ Parking Information: There is free parking on the back streets near the library. If you head west on Russell Street for a couple of blocks, you should be able to find free all-day parking. There is also free parking to the north and east of the library. Keep an eye out for street sweeping signs. Here is a map that shows a free parking area marked in gray: https://codeselfstudy.com/parking/

  • Open Programming Session (Saturday Afternoon)

    Location visible to members

    Come join us for an informal, open programming session at a cafe in Berkeley. All programming languages and levels of experience are welcome. Please write down or save my phone number (listed above when you are logged in), since you may need to call/text me to find the group. See below for parking information. This meetup will be a self-directed programming session without a fixed plan or leader. Just bring whatever tutorials, books, courses, or projects that you're working on. You can meet people, find a partner for pair programming, talk about technology, find/create a study group, work on a personal or group project, or just study a book or tutorial. It's very informal. Optional activities: if you want to work on coding puzzles, projects, and/or study groups with other attendees, let an organizer know when you arrive. Tip: we meet twice per week in Berkeley. Check out the main calendar for a list of events, and learn more about the group at https://codeselfstudy.com/ The meetups are free to attend, but please remember to buy a drink or pastry when you arrive at the cafe so that they stay happy about our meeting there. If you're hungry, they also serve full meals in the back. Parking Information: parking in Downtown Berkeley can sometimes be difficult, because of the construction. It's often easier to park at a nearby BART station and then take a train one stop to Downtown Berkeley. North Berkeley BART Station and Ashby BART Station are good options on Saturdays. The parking there is free on weekends, so you get all-day parking for the price of a round-trip BART ticket (less than $4). See the parking page for more information: https://codeselfstudy.com/parking/

  • Open Programming Session (Wednesday, Berkeley)

    Location visible to members

    Come join us for a weekly open programming session at the Berkeley Library, Tarea Hall Pittman South Branch, in their Community Room. The library is close to Ashby BART station. See below for parking information. This meetup will be a self-directed programming session without a fixed plan or leader. Just bring whatever tutorials, books, courses, or projects that you're working on. You can meet people, find a partner for pair programming, talk about technology, or just work on a project or tutorial. All levels are welcome. Optional activity: if you want to work on coding puzzles, projects, and/or study groups with other attendees, let an organizer know when you arrive or just ask around. Sometimes there are short lightning talk presentations (5-10 minutes long) at the beginning of the meetup. To submit a presentation idea, fill out this form: https://codeselfstudy.com/presentations/ Sometimes the meetings are quiet and sometimes there is talking. If you are depending on silence, you might want to bring headphones or earplugs. We usually walk over to a nearby cafe for more programming at 1 pm. For extra discussion and communication tools, be sure to create a free account in our community here: https://codeselfstudy.com/ Parking Information: There is free parking on the back streets near the library. If you head west on Russell Street for a couple of blocks, you should be able to find free all-day parking. There is also free parking to the north and east of the library. Keep an eye out for street sweeping signs. Here is a map that shows a free parking area marked in gray: https://codeselfstudy.com/parking/

  • Open Programming Session (Saturday Afternoon)

    Location visible to members

    Come join us for an informal, open programming session at a cafe in Berkeley. All programming languages and levels of experience are welcome. Please write down or save my phone number (listed above when you are logged in), since you may need to call/text me to find the group. See below for parking information. This meetup will be a self-directed programming session without a fixed plan or leader. Just bring whatever tutorials, books, courses, or projects that you're working on. You can meet people, find a partner for pair programming, talk about technology, find/create a study group, work on a personal or group project, or just study a book or tutorial. It's very informal. Optional activities: if you want to work on coding puzzles, projects, and/or study groups with other attendees, let an organizer know when you arrive. Tip: we meet twice per week in Berkeley. Check out the main calendar for a list of events, and learn more about the group at https://codeselfstudy.com/ The meetups are free to attend, but please remember to buy a drink or pastry when you arrive at the cafe so that they stay happy about our meeting there. If you're hungry, they also serve full meals in the back. Parking Information: parking in Downtown Berkeley can sometimes be difficult, because of the construction. It's often easier to park at a nearby BART station and then take a train one stop to Downtown Berkeley. North Berkeley BART Station and Ashby BART Station are good options on Saturdays. The parking there is free on weekends, so you get all-day parking for the price of a round-trip BART ticket (less than $4). See the parking page for more information: https://codeselfstudy.com/parking/

  • Open Programming Session (Wednesday, Berkeley)

    Location visible to members

    Come join us for a weekly open programming session at the Berkeley Library, Tarea Hall Pittman South Branch, in their Community Room. The library is close to Ashby BART station. See below for parking information. This meetup will be a self-directed programming session without a fixed plan or leader. Just bring whatever tutorials, books, courses, or projects that you're working on. You can meet people, find a partner for pair programming, talk about technology, or just work on a project or tutorial. All levels are welcome. Optional activity: if you want to work on coding puzzles, projects, and/or study groups with other attendees, let an organizer know when you arrive or just ask around. Sometimes there are short lightning talk presentations (5-10 minutes long) at the beginning of the meetup. To submit a presentation idea, fill out this form: https://codeselfstudy.com/presentations/ Sometimes the meetings are quiet and sometimes there is talking. If you are depending on silence, you might want to bring headphones or earplugs. We usually walk over to a nearby cafe for more programming at 1 pm. For extra discussion and communication tools, be sure to create a free account in our community here: https://codeselfstudy.com/ Parking Information: There is free parking on the back streets near the library. If you head west on Russell Street for a couple of blocks, you should be able to find free all-day parking. There is also free parking to the north and east of the library. Keep an eye out for street sweeping signs. Here is a map that shows a free parking area marked in gray: https://codeselfstudy.com/parking/

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  • Open Programming Session (Saturday Afternoon)

    Location visible to members

    Come join us for an informal, open programming session at a cafe in Berkeley. All programming languages and levels of experience are welcome. Please write down or save my phone number (listed above when you are logged in), since you may need to call/text me to find the group. See below for parking information. This meetup will be a self-directed programming session without a fixed plan or leader. Just bring whatever tutorials, books, courses, or projects that you're working on. You can meet people, find a partner for pair programming, talk about technology, find/create a study group, work on a personal or group project, or just study a book or tutorial. It's very informal. Optional activities: if you want to work on coding puzzles, projects, and/or study groups with other attendees, let an organizer know when you arrive. Tip: we meet twice per week in Berkeley. Check out the main calendar for a list of events, and learn more about the group at https://codeselfstudy.com/ The meetups are free to attend, but please remember to buy a drink or pastry when you arrive at the cafe so that they stay happy about our meeting there. If you're hungry, they also serve full meals in the back. Parking Information: parking in Downtown Berkeley can sometimes be difficult, because of the construction. It's often easier to park at a nearby BART station and then take a train one stop to Downtown Berkeley. North Berkeley BART Station and Ashby BART Station are good options on Saturdays. The parking there is free on weekends, so you get all-day parking for the price of a round-trip BART ticket (less than $4). See the parking page for more information: https://codeselfstudy.com/parking/

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  • Open Programming Session (Wednesday, Berkeley)

    Location visible to members

    Come join us for a weekly open programming session at the Berkeley Library, Tarea Hall Pittman South Branch, in their Community Room. The library is close to Ashby BART station. See below for parking information. This meetup will be a self-directed programming session without a fixed plan or leader. Just bring whatever tutorials, books, courses, or projects that you're working on. You can meet people, find a partner for pair programming, talk about technology, or just work on a project or tutorial. All levels are welcome. Optional activity: if you want to work on coding puzzles, projects, and/or study groups with other attendees, let an organizer know when you arrive or just ask around. Sometimes there are short lightning talk presentations (5-10 minutes long) at the beginning of the meetup. To submit a presentation idea, fill out this form: https://codeselfstudy.com/presentations/ Sometimes the meetings are quiet and sometimes there is talking. If you are depending on silence, you might want to bring headphones or earplugs. We usually walk over to a nearby cafe for more programming at 1 pm. For extra discussion and communication tools, be sure to create a free account in our community here: https://codeselfstudy.com/ Parking Information: There is free parking on the back streets near the library. If you head west on Russell Street for a couple of blocks, you should be able to find free all-day parking. There is also free parking to the north and east of the library. Keep an eye out for street sweeping signs. Here is a map that shows a free parking area marked in gray: https://codeselfstudy.com/parking/