What we're about

Our mission is to make Tulsa one of the greatest cities in the world for web developers.

Out meetups bring together technologists across a number of languages and disciplines. From back-end web coding in Python (http://www.meetup.com/TulsaPy-Tulsa-Python-Meetup/), Ruby (http://www.meetup.com/tulsarb/), or PHP (https://www.meetup.com/Tulsa-PHP/), to front-end web technologies like HTML, CSS, and JavaScript (http://www.meetup.com/TulsaJS/), to web-related disciplines like Data Science (http://www.meetup.com/Tulsa-Data-Science-Meetup/) and Civic Hacking (http://www.meetup.com/Code-for-Tulsa/).

We want our meetups to be considerate, respectful, and collaborative. Please review our code of conduct (http://www.techlahoma.org/code-of-conduct/) before attending your first Tulsa WebDevs meetup.

Upcoming events (5+)

Techlahoma Hack Night

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First Tuesday means it's time for Techlahoma Hack Night. Join folks from Code for Tulsa, Tulsa WebDevs, Tulsa Game Developers, Java, Open Source Hardware, PHP, Ruby, Python, and JavaScript meetups. Show up if you have something you want to show off, work on, need to ask a question, or want to answer questions. Hope to see you there!

Co-working

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36°N offers free co-working every 3rd Wednesday!

Tulsa WebDevs Monthly Meetup

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6pm - 6:20pm: Eat, mingle, announcements & presentation pitches (5 minutes each) Thank you for joining us today. We are here thanks to Techlahoma, our volunteers, and our speakers. Techlahoma is a non-profit volunteer-run organization that puts on 39 groups, 2 conferences, and sponsors free local events. We do all this to support our mission to advance the grassroots tech community of Oklahoma. Learn more at techlahoma.org It's extremely important to us that our members feel safe and respected at our events. If you have an issue with someone's behaviour at a Techlahoma Foundation event, please let us know via the Incident Report form or one of the other methods provided on our website so we can take action immediately. If you'd like to get more involved with Techlahoma, go to help-wanted.techlahoma.org to find ways that you can volunteer. If you want to support Techlahoma, you can go to techlahoma.org/donate and sign up for a monthly subscription. 36 Degrees North donates this space for us to meet. They also offer free workshops as well as coworking, desks and offices for a monthly fee. You can find more info at the front desk. And Finally thank you to our food sponsor 6:30pm - 7:20pm: Break out into sessions/sub-groups: Note: Do introductions in each break-out group Edit the meeting wiki page to add a break-out session (https://github.com/tulsawebdevs/tasks/wiki/%7Bmonth%7D-Meeting/_edit) 7:30pm: [Meta] meeting Edit the meeting wiki page to add a meta meeting agenda item (https://github.com/tulsawebdevs/tasks/wiki/%7Bmonth%7D-Meeting/_edit) 8pm: Leave to another venue, Typically Prairie Brewpub (https://www.yelp.com/biz/prairie-brewpub-tulsa) (Right next door to 36°N)

Techlahoma Hack Night

36°N

First Tuesday means it's time for Techlahoma Hack Night. Join folks from Code for Tulsa, Tulsa WebDevs, Tulsa Game Developers, Java, Open Source Hardware, PHP, Ruby, Python, and JavaScript meetups. Show up if you have something you want to show off, work on, need to ask a question, or want to answer questions. Hope to see you there!

Past events (81)

Co-working

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