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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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Tuesday
Aug 26
Nashville Mobile Development User Group
68pm BMI

Mike Simmons, a Technology Delivery Manager and iOS developer at BMI, will talk about Swift, the new programming language from Apple. Swift builds upon C and Objective-C as well as a number of other languages, emphasizing safety, clean code, and a modern syntax. Mike will talk about how Swift differs from Objective-C and cover some of the new features it introduces, as well as give a demo or two.

Mike’s career has spanned punched cards to the present. He has developed embedded realtime control systems, cell phone firmware, server-based audio recording applications, and more. He first learned Objective-C in 1992 on the NeXT computer and never looked back.

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Wednesday
Aug 27
WordPress Nashville Developers Social: Code & Breakfast!
7:309am Ah So Design & Sprclldr

How about a little php with your pancakes, or some html on your bagel? Kenneth White of sprclldr will be our chef as we enjoy some developer talk. We will have the projector set up if anyone has some show and tell.

WP 4.0 is coming. Let's chat about what's new!

Q&A is also available for those of you with questions about a project your working on or some php that is giving you grief!

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Tech Networking Event for Williamson County IT Professionals
5:307:30pm Dan McGuinness - Cool Springs

Williamson County IT Professionals would like to invite you to enjoy food, drink, and good times at Dan McGuinness (Cool Springs) on Wednesday, August 27th from 5:30pm-7:30pm. Alcoholic beverages will be limited to domestic beer and house wine. Come out and have fun networking with other IT folks in the Williamson County area. There will be a few giveaways at the event, so hopefully you can leave with some sweet swag. I also want to thank this months sponsor Core BTS.

To RSVP send an email to pss@programmingresources.com or register here http://www.meetup.com/Williamson-County-IT-Professionals

Hope to see you all there! Patrick Sun

About our sponsor: Core BTS works closely with our clients to understand their strategic direction and organizational needs in order to Plan, Design, Implement, and Operate appropriate IT solutions together with our partners’ products and services. Our team of consultants, solution architects, and engineers work collaboratively with you from understanding your organizations objectives through implementation and operations.

Envision – Execute – Enable – it’s our commitment to providing you the best possible solutions to move your organization forward. Check out http://www.corebts.com/ for more info

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Nashville Geek Girl Dinner #5, sponsored by Digital Reasoning
68pm Digital Reasoning

Digital Reasoning is excited to welcome you Wednesday, August 27th @ 6pm for an evening of food, drink, and networking with other girl geeks, as well as a very special giveaway of (2) iPod Shuffles!!

A panel discussion on Big Data and Data Science as emerging fields. What is a data Scientist? How does one get into the field or how does someone become trained to work in the field and more!

Register: https://digitalreasoningggd.eventbrite.com/

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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 Jon Wiley's presentation on ReactiveCocoa.

This month's speaker and topic is TBA. If you are interested in giving a talk or leading a discussion please let me know.

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

Meeting Location: Aloompa Offices 3 Cannery Row #103 Nashville, TN 37203

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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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Wednesday
Sep 10
Williamson County Mobile Developers Official Launch Meetup
67:30pm Williamson County Chamber of Commerce

A little more about the Williamson County Mobile Developers,

The place to be for mobile developers, experts, newcomers, users, entrepreneurs, or general mobile enthusiasts to learn about trends in mobile, latest frameworks, development best practices, and a host of other exciting topics.

If you are involved in planning, developing, and implementing mobile applications as well as those wishing to expand your development knowledge or even explore business opportunities related to mobile technology then this group is for you. During our meetup we generally share projects, opportunities, and how-tos related to mobile technologies.

We facilitate and promote networking and collaboration among mobile creators, developers and supporters from all around the Williamson County area.

On a typical meetup night, we open the meetup at 6:00 to give people some time to meet and mix at the beginning while we get set up for talks to start at 6:30 and generally last for about an hour.

What are you waiting for? Come join us!

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Saturday
Sep 13
Nashville Mini Maker Faire
10am5pm Adventure Science Center

The Nashville Mini Maker Faire (or NMMF from here on out) is a one day exhibition of creative making. Think of NMMF as a local version of Maker Faire Bay Area or World Maker Faire New York, two yearly exhibitions organized by Make Magazine. NMMF is one of over 100 “mini” faires around the globe, organized by local grassroots makers.

NMMF will host exhibitors, vendors, workshop teachers, panelists and performers from around the region. The faire will take place at the Adventure Science Center, using its outdoor campus.

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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
Saturday
Oct 18
BarCamp Nashville 2014
8am6pm Deavor

First held in Nashville in 2007, BarCamp Nashville is a free, technology-focused “unconference” that is equal parts networking, knowledge-building and fun. BarCamp has become the premier technology and digital event in the city, bringing together the best minds and representations of the top companies in the mobile and web development, entrepreneurial and software industries, among others.

An After Party will follow the main event.

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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