What we're about

This is a group for developers, designers, engineers and related backgrounds in Tokyo. You should join us if you need a place to work, need motivation to work on a project, want a little background noise while working, or are just starting out and need some advice about development and programming. Any skill level and developer genre is welcome.

I know quite a few people who would like to become developers/programmers but are all self studying and I can recognize when they hit roadblocks and have questions, so hopefully this would give them opportunity to ask me and anyone else who shows up for the meetup questions about the particular flavor their working on.

In the end if you lack motivation or a space to get work done, this meetup group can solve that problem for you. You may be able to find someone to work on a project with you or give you a clue to a problem you've been trying to solve.

If you're unable to attend or want to plan a project before attending, connect with us on our website, community forums, or social sites:

https://devjapan.jp

https://forum.devjapan.jp

https://facebook.com/devjapan

https://twitter.com/devjapan

Upcoming events (3)

Women & Non-Binary Coding Session

Ebisu Garden Place Tower 12F

Calling all women or non-binary people! This is a meet-up for beginners (those who haven't coded before or are getting started), professionals, and everyone in between. Please bring your laptop! **MALE ALLIES!** We ask that those who identify as male be either invited by an attendee or brings someone who is a women or non-binary! The more the merrier. *** What does non-binary mean? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genderqueer) This meetup is to encourage women and non-binary people who want to learn how to code, are learning how to code, or already working to come out to our meetups, meet each other, and form a community. This event will happen before the regular "Tokyo Developers Meetup" event (https://www.meetup.com/devjapan/events/). Feel free to stay for that as well. *** Please note: Doors open at 12:00pm. Please come on or after 12:00pm; coming earlier may inconvenience the hosts. Thank you for understanding. ~~~Frequently Asked Questions~~~ - Can I come? I have never coded before/I'm scared to come/Are you really sure it's for beginners? ---> YES! - Can I come? I'm a man. ---> YES! But we ask that you try to encourage a female friend to join us! - What should I bring? ---> We code with our laptops. So yes, you should definitely bring a laptop. - I'm a beginner, I don't know where to start. ----> Come to the event and ask someone to advice on how to get started. *** This event is a collection of various groups: DevJapan, Code Chrysalis, and Tokyo.AnitaB.org. To check out their respective events, please see the following links: Tokyo.AnitaB.org: https://www.meetup.com/Tokyo-Women-in-Technology Code Chrysalis: https://www.meetup.com/CodeChrysalis DevJapan: https://www.meetup.com/devjapan *** Curious about other awesome events for women/LGBTQ in Tokyo? Check out this blog post that we wrote: http://bit.ly/tokyotech

Tokyo Developers Meetup 49 (Including Junction Tokyo Hackathon Onboarding)

Creatives/Designers/Engineers join to meet each other and try and get some work done. Do you often work at home alone or at a cafe? While at home do you get distracted? While at a cafe do you end up spending a lot of money? Do you want a place where you can interact with others like yourself while you're working on your project/hobby? Do you want a place where you can bring your own snacks/drinks and not have to worry about paying a cafe cost? Well that's why I made this meetup because I answered yes to all of those questions. If you answer yes to 2 or more you should consider joining us :). The more the merrier. Bring your work, questions, ideas and work on them alone or ask others for help. Feel free to ask questions or work on your own stuff. If I'm curious I might bombard you with questions myself ;)

API the Docs & DevRelCon Pre-Party

Pivotal Inc.

It's happening, details forthcoming.

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