This is your chance to showcase a main or side project you've been coding, or check out cool projects that other coders in Montreal are working on. We welcome everyone - all ages, genders, ethnicities, coding languages, skill levels.
If you have a project that you want to showcase, please sign up on the Google Form below and we can add you to the list. For presenters, this is a relaxed setting to show your project, get testers to try it out for feedback, or maybe find a collaboration partner.
Sign up to present here: https://forms.gle/Z1NgpcixieZXH1gC9
**Note, we only have 4 slots to present a month, so it's a first come first serve basis and we'll let you know if you've made it into this month or the next**
This event is even more special because a few grads of the talent incubator LAB8 will be presenting a tech project they've been working on in the past 8 weeks as well.
Attendees: be kind and attentive. Many of our presenters are first time coders (although we also get a healthy dose of devs who started coding before the Github days), and the best thing you can do for them is listen well.
Here's the schedule:
6:30 Dinner (oh yes, we get this thing catered. It's much more fun that way)
7:00 Show & Tell - each presenter gets 5 min to present and 10 min for feedback, the last 5 min of which is tech set up for the next presenter.
8:00 Community Open Mic - if you're looking for a job in tech, looking to hire in tech, looking to start a project, or any requests for more coding meetups, we're all ears :)
9:00 - Everyone goes home happy
Les Pitonneux invites you to come to our (almost) daily Coffee & Code sessions, for all coders to work on their side projects in a relaxed, collaborative setting.
You can read more about us here: pitonneux.org