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Wednesday
Jul 30
Nashville CocoaHeads - iOS and OSX Programmers User Group
79pm Aloompa

This is an informal group for Cocoa developers (iPhone, iPad, and Mac) to get together to share ideas, learn, and discuss.

Developers of all experience levels are welcome. Meetings are once a month and will usually be on a Wednesday or Thursday night from 7-9pm. Each meeting we will have a development-related presentation as well as food and drinks

We had a great meeting last month with our discussion of iOS 8, Swift, and Yosemite.

This month's presentation is “ReactiveCocoa: A Functional Reactive Programming Framework for Cocoa” by Jon Wiley.

Meeting Schedule: 7-7:30 - Food & drink, hanging out 7:30-8:30- Presentations & QA 8:30-9:00 - Wrap up

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. You can also find out all the latest updates or ask questions on our Twitter page. Hope to see you there!

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Monday
Aug 4
Nashville Data Science - Eric Chiang: Yhat, data science, and building data driven products
79pm BMI

Eric Chiang (@erchiang) Software Engineer at Yhat will give an overview of Yhat and ScienceBox with some example of doing data science on the Yhat/ScienceBox platform.

The location is tentatively BMI (although that may change). Check http://www.meetup.com/Data-Science-Nashville/events/188486572/

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Thursday
Aug 7
Nash.rb meetup: John Bohn: SOLID design principles in Ruby
5:307pm Emma (9 Lea Avenue, Nashville, TN 37210) Website
Monday
Aug 11
Nashville Women Programmers, Semimonthly Meeting
5:308pm Nashville Software School (283 Plus Park Blvd, Nashville, TN 37217, Nashville, TN)

Nashville Women Programmers Monday, August 11 at 5:30 PM

Welcome to Nashville Women Programmers! We host meetings on the second and fourth Monday each month. Come to code, learn, teach, meet like-minded peop...

Details: http://www.meetup.com/NashvilleWomenProgrammers/events/193300162/

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Wednesday
Aug 13
NashJS: Jason Orendorff - An experiment
58:30pm Emma's Bistro Cafe

Details still have not been released for this mysterious event.

Rumor has it it'll involve a lot of hands-on coding, it'll be pretty intense, it's an experiment, and it is almost mathematically certain to be a towering fiasco.

Join us, won't you?

Note: This meetup starts at a special time. Show up as early as you can. The "talk" portion of our program will start at 5:15 sharp. It's OK to be a little late; the important part comes later.

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Thursday
Aug 14
PyNash Meeting
69pm

PyNash Thursday, August 14 at 6:00 PM

Details: http://www.meetup.com/PyNash/events/170095342/

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Saturday
Aug 16
Systems Programming Day
9am3pm Emma's Bistro Cafe

All-morning event on low-level programming, with some talks, some hands-on hackery.

Call for talks now open: https://gist.github.com/jorendorff/a80009bde74b9327b5f3

This is a super informal event: just a bunch of programmers in a room, and a free lunch.

More details coming soon.

Thursday
Aug 21
Nashville API Enthusiasts \ Implementing Evolvable API Services with Mike Amundsen
68pm Lonely Planet Building 2, 230 Franklin Road, Franklin, TN

The "API First" meme is gaining momentum and more developers are charged with creating stable, flexible API backends for smartphone and other client platforms. Most server developers continue to rely on well-known frameworks for generating "scaffolding" code to handle routing and serialization. However, as reliance on API services increases, additional attention needs to be paid to extending service life, handling changes to the interface over time, and providing a highly scalable platform for mobile and lightweight client devices without upsetting the existing third-party ecosystem..

In this talk, Mike reviews a common implementation model for API services that need to last a long time, support change without breaking existing clients, and can easily scale up (and out) as request volumes increase. Based on material from his O'Reilly video series, "Designing APIs for the Web", this talk covers both the concepts and the source code needed to implement evolvable API services.

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Monday
Aug 25
Nashville Women Programmers, Semimonthly Meeting
5:308pm Nashville Software School (283 Plus Park Blvd, Nashville, TN 37217, Nashville, TN)

Nashville Women Programmers Monday, August 25 at 5:30 PM

Welcome to Nashville Women Programmers! We host meetings on the second and fourth Monday each month. Come to code, learn, teach, meet like-minded peop...

Details: http://www.meetup.com/NashvilleWomenProgrammers/events/193300192/

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Thursday
Sep 4
Nash.rb meetup
5:307pm Website
The Hitchhiker's Guide to Microsoft Azure Mobile Services
68pm Vaco Training Room

Microsoft Azure Mobile Services provides a straightforward way to connect your data to multiple applications on multiple devices.

In this presentation, we will show how to expose cloud data via a REST interface and connect to that data from applications running on Windows Phone, Windows 8, iOs and Android. You will learn how to secure your data and to send push notification to your client application.

This will be presented by David Giard and Brian Sherwin, Sr. Technical Evangelists from Microsoft.

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Saturday
Sep 20
Coderfaire Tennessee 2014
8am through Sunday, September 21 at 5pm Nashville School of Law

A local weekend conference about code and the people who write it.

Call for papers open until July 20. Submit a talk! Here's the form: http://tennessee.coderfaire.com/call-for-papers/

Or maybe you should submit a tutorial: http://tennessee.coderfaire.com/2014/06/25/weve-got-tutorials/

Early-bird tickets now on sale. http://tennessee.coderfaire.com/ (scroll to the bottom)

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Thursday
Oct 2
Nash.rb meetup
5:307pm Emma (9 Lea Avenue, Nashville, TN 37210) Website
Thursday
Nov 6
Nash.rb meetup
5:307pm Website
Friday
Nov 7
Hack Nashville 6
6pm through Sunday, November 9 at 8pm 429 Event Space

Hack Nashville is 48 uninterrupted hours to create and collaborate on new software or hardware. Work alone or with a team. Developers and creatives only. This is the Southeast's Hackathon; food, drinks, bandwidth, and space are covered.

Expect some big surprises at Hack Nashville 6. If you've never been to a technology event in Nashville, this is a great place to start.

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Thursday
Dec 4
Nash.rb meetup
5:307pm Website