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NSCoder Night (Wayward Coffeehouse, Seattle)
NSCoder Night is held every Tuesday evening at Wayward Coffeehouse. It is an informal gathering of Mac and iOS application developers where people can code, talk shop, ask and answer questions, and find some willing victims for project demonstrations. There is no program, and there is a wide range of experience levels. You'll find us spread over several tables in the back. We're generally there from about 7 until about 10, with people dropping in all through the evening. No RSVP is needed for this event. It's very informal. Everyone is welcome for all or part of the evening. Bring your MacBook and your iOS or Mac applications in development. Experience levels vary from raw beginner to seasoned expert, and attendance is typically 10 to 20 people.

Wayward Coffeehouse

6417 Roosevelt Way NE · Seattle, WA

What we're about

We are a group of developers who focus on the macOS, iOS, and tvOS SDKs (Cocoa and Cocoa Touch).

Beginners are welcome to attend the meetings. iOS or Mac programming experience is not a prerequisite. Our meetings are informal and they are always free. The Thursday meetings generally have one or two scheduled speakers. The Tuesday gatherings are completely unstructured, and are a good place to come with specific coding questions.

Seattle Xcoders was founded in October 2004. Early meetings were held in the classroom at the University Village Apple Store, back when there was a classroom (where the Genius Bar is now). From 2005 to 2008, we operated as a SIG under DBUG (Seattle's Mac user group). Since then, we have been hosted by several different tech companies. Our program meetings are currently hosted by Zulily and by Thinkspace.

We expect everyone who attends our events to abide by our Code of Conduct:

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