What we’re about
DC Code and Coffee is an inclusive, informal co-working session. It's community-led and community-run by devs, for devs. All skill levels are welcome. Many people (optionally) bring projects to work on, and many other people (optionally) socialize the entire time. It's entirely up to you!
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- DC Code & Coffee - March 24, 2023Southwest Library, Washington, DC
DC Code and Coffee is an inclusive, informal co-working session. It's community-led and community-run by devs, for devs. People of all skill levels attend. Whether you’re dev-curious, aspiring, or a professional developer, we’d love to have you! Come chat or learn to code on a Sunday afternoon with coffee and cool-inclusive people. Bring your laptop!
We typically meet every month, Sunday at 2pm.
Join our online community!
For all things Tech in DC and to get latest updates and tech events from the DMV area, join the DCTech Slack. All DC Code & Coffee announcements are in the #dccodecoffee channel
How it works
Near the beginning of the event (around 2:30pm) we do an introduction circle. You say your name, what you can help others with, and what you would like help with. You can also share job opportunities. After the introduction circle, everything is self-organized.
Event Host and Directions
Location changes monthly. This January, we’ll be meeting at the Southwest Public Library in their large conference room. Located 2 blocks off the Green Line metro at Waterfront station at 900 Wesley Pl SW, Washington, DC 20024.
There is a library parking lot to the left of the library as well as street parking. There's about 7 spots in the lot - on 3rd street SW between I and K street.