• NSCoder Night (Wayward Coffeehouse, Seattle)

    Wayward Coffeehouse

    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.

  • Xcoders Redmond Meeting

    Thinkspace

    Topic: TBD ----------------------- Please send a meetup message to Ram (http://www.meetup.com/xcoders/members/158938212/) if you'd like to speak at this meeting (or a future meeting). You could either do a lightning talk (~10 minutes) or a longer talk for 30-75 minutes. ----------------------- The meeting starts at 7pm and it will be held in the first floor conference room 101 of Thinkspace in downtown Redmond ( http://thinkspace.com/about/location/ ). (http://thinkspace.com/about/location/)The formal meeting starts at 7pm, but the meeting room will be open at 6:45pm. So folks can can optionally choose to come in early for informal conversations and shop talk with other Xcoders. Thinkspace is a 2-minute walk from the Redmond transit center. So if you’re coming over from downtown Seattle, you can take the bus (ST Express 545) to get here quickly. Alternately, if you drive, parking is free. You can either use ground-level parking or the underground parking garage. ----------------------- After the meeting, a subset of attendees (typically 10-20 people) head to a nearby Irish pub/restaurant (JJ Mahoney's)

  • NSCoder Night (Wayward Coffeehouse, Seattle)

    Wayward Coffeehouse

    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.

  • NSCoder Night (Wayward Coffeehouse, Seattle)

    Wayward Coffeehouse

    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.

  • NSCoder Night (Wayward Coffeehouse, Seattle)

    Wayward Coffeehouse

    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.

  • Seattle Xcoders Meeting

    Zulily - Please enter through the SW Doors.

    We're always looking for talks for Seattle Xcoders! Please contact [masked] for details.

  • NSCoder Night (Wayward Coffeehouse, Seattle)

    Wayward Coffeehouse

    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.

  • NSCoder Night (Wayward Coffeehouse, Seattle)

    Wayward Coffeehouse

    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.

  • Xcoders Redmond Meeting

    Thinkspace

    Topic: TBD ----------------------- Please send a meetup message to Ram (http://www.meetup.com/xcoders/members/158938212/) if you'd like to speak at this meeting (or a future meeting). You could either do a lightning talk (~10 minutes) or a longer talk for 30-75 minutes. ----------------------- The meeting starts at 7pm and it will be held in the first floor conference room 101 of Thinkspace in downtown Redmond ( http://thinkspace.com/about/location/ ). (http://thinkspace.com/about/location/)The formal meeting starts at 7pm, but the meeting room will be open at 6:45pm. So folks can can optionally choose to come in early for informal conversations and shop talk with other Xcoders. Thinkspace is a 2-minute walk from the Redmond transit center. So if you’re coming over from downtown Seattle, you can take the bus (ST Express 545) to get here quickly. Alternately, if you drive, parking is free. You can either use ground-level parking or the underground parking garage. ----------------------- After the meeting, a subset of attendees (typically 10-20 people) head to a nearby Irish pub/restaurant (JJ Mahoney's)

  • NSCoder Night (Wayward Coffeehouse, Seattle)

    Wayward Coffeehouse

    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.