What we're about

Free office hours for programming help - any programming language, all skill levels. The format is super simple: you come with a laptop, sit, hang out, and code, and flag down one of the organizers if you have a question. That's it! If we can't answer your question, we'll find you someone who can, or at least point you in the right direction. More experienced folks are also welcome as mentors.

By becoming a member, you agree to abide by and uphold our policies (https://hackerhours.org/policies.html). Also, check out the homepage for Resources, Tutors, etc.

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Upcoming events (5+)

Thursday Hacker Hours (Meet on Second Floor)

Peet's Coffee

Come meet up with others and work on your coding projects. Bring a laptop or tablet and get help/give help. ========================= Hacker Hours Policies 📝 ========================= 1. Anyone is welcome, and everyone should feel welcome. Come and go at any time. 2. Be respectful of one another. This is a small community and there is no room for jerks. 3. Recruiting is only allowed if the position is for junior developers, apprenticeships or internships. We are also open to sponsorships (e.g. food + drink for an event). 4. Messages to the mailing list and chat room must be relevant to junior developers in NYC (or location independent). 5. Expectations of participants (no guarantee that we can solve any particular technical issue, etc.) 6. Consequences are strict for violation of policies, especially harassment of attendees. The complete list of policies is located here: https://hackerhours.org/policies.html ====================== EVENT AMENITIES 🎉 ====================== ☕️ Pete's Coffee (downstairs, 50% off for Capital One Credit Cards) 🚽 Bathrooms (downstairs, ask hosts for door code) ================== WI-FI SERVICE 📲 ================== The Wi-Fi is open (named "CapitalOneBank"), and requires you to accept the Terms and Conditions. Each internet session lasts for about 3 hours before re-authentication is required. You might also want to get a VPN service as the Wi-Fi here prevents access to websites like YouTube and limits access to desktop mail clients (e.g. Mac Mail).

Sundays in Brooklyn

Brooklyn Public Library - Central Branch

Free office hours for coding help—any programming language, all levels of experience. The format is super simple: you bring a thing you want to learn or a project to build, and work alongside others doing the same. If you have a question, we will do our best to answer, or at least point you in the right direction. Bring your own laptop if you can, or you can use one at the library. More experienced folks are also welcome as mentors. We'll do a standup at 1:15 or so, but feel free to come/go whenever.

Tuesdays @ VTS

VTS

Bring what you're working on and we'll see if we can help!

Thursday Hacker Hours (Meet on Second Floor)

Peet's Coffee

Come meet up with others and work on your coding projects. Bring a laptop or tablet and get help/give help. ========================= Hacker Hours Policies 📝 ========================= 1. Anyone is welcome, and everyone should feel welcome. Come and go at any time. 2. Be respectful of one another. This is a small community and there is no room for jerks. 3. Recruiting is only allowed if the position is for junior developers, apprenticeships or internships. We are also open to sponsorships (e.g. food + drink for an event). 4. Messages to the mailing list and chat room must be relevant to junior developers in NYC (or location independent). 5. Expectations of participants (no guarantee that we can solve any particular technical issue, etc.) 6. Consequences are strict for violation of policies, especially harassment of attendees. The complete list of policies is located here: https://hackerhours.org/policies.html ====================== EVENT AMENITIES 🎉 ====================== ☕️ Pete's Coffee (downstairs, 50% off for Capital One Credit Cards) 🚽 Bathrooms (downstairs, ask hosts for door code) ================== WI-FI SERVICE 📲 ================== The Wi-Fi is open (named "CapitalOneBank"), and requires you to accept the Terms and Conditions. Each internet session lasts for about 3 hours before re-authentication is required. You might also want to get a VPN service as the Wi-Fi here prevents access to websites like YouTube and limits access to desktop mail clients (e.g. Mac Mail).

Past events (832)

Sundays in Brooklyn

Brooklyn Public Library - Central Branch

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