Snack, Study & Code

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Every 2 weeks on Monday until December 29, 2019

WeWork 1411 4th Ave

1411 4th Ave · Seattle, WA

How to find us

We'll be on the 13th floor

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SeattleJSHackers weekly meetups are open and inclusive after-hours hacking events for turning big ideas into JavaScript-powered realities. It's the perfect way to meet passionate JavaScripters and to ignite and amplify personal productivity and collaboration.

On the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month, Hack Nights will be hosted by Flatiron School at[masked]th Ave WeWork for "Snack, Study & Code." Students, aspiring programmers, bootcamp attendees, grads, and seasoned developers are all encouraged to attend. Bring your own projects and coding challenges to work on, and meet and hack alongside both experienced developers and brand new programmers who are just learning to code.

If you are an experienced industry professional, we appreciate your help and mentorship especially at the "Snack, Study, & Code" meetups. We encourage you to share your industry knowledge and answer questions from new devs who are just starting their education.

Flatiron will also be providing some snacks!
We hope to see you there!

About Flatiron School
Flatiron School is an immersive Software Engineering Bootcamp. We are very excited that they will be host us, more info here:

About Seattle JS Hackers
We organize coding sessions at venues in Seattle each week. Our sessions encourage peer ideation, knowledge sharing, new champions for causes and projects, and a heightened sense of community. If you have a cool project, work on it with us!

What if I'm a novice?
Perfect! "Snack, Study & Code" nights are the perfect environment to meet other new programmers and work on challenges together! We have a wide range of experience levels, and some of us love to teach (because you usually learn something when you teach, right?) So don't be afraid. Come on over.

Code of Conduct
Seattle JS Hackers is a space for judgement-free learning and collaboration. We seek to support and encourage our members in a positive way; even negative feedback should be offered constructively and with respectful words.

Please feel free to share your experiences with others (e.g., product, company, passion, recruitment opportunity) if asked, but save your sales pitches for other events.

Remember, we are here to grow, learn, hack, and help each other!

Do you want to present some Javascript tools or techniques?
Contact @theRemix or @joshua on our slack channel to get scheduled.

Not in our slack channel yet?
Join the Seattle JS Hackers Slack Group! (

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