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Saturday
Oct 25
"The Internet's Own Boy" Screening and Discussion
69pm Emma's Bistro Cafe

"The Internet's Own Boy depicts the life of American computer programmer, writer, political organizer and Internet activist Aaron Swartz. It features interviews with his family and friends as well as the internet luminaries who worked with him. The film tells his story up to his eventual suicide after a legal battle, and explores the questions of access to information and civil liberties that drove his work." - Archive.org

Please join us during Open Access Week for an evening of information and discussion as we watch The Internet's Own Boy and afterward discuss the issues raised by the film, from copyright law to open government. Connect with other concerned citizens from the Nashville area and let's work toward an open government, open access and updated legislation.

Doors open at 6:00PM, the film will start at 6:30PM, it's 1hr 45m long and a group discussion will be held afterward. Refreshments will be available.

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Tuesday
Oct 28
Nashville Mobile Development User Group
68pm BMI

Ever witness a discussion over which phone is better? Sometimes they can get ugly! For our final meeting of 2014 we want to put two teams together for a d̶e̶a̶t̶h̶m̶a̶t̶c̶h̶ panel discussion and ask questions regarding development experience, state of the ecosystem, perception about the other's platform etc...

Hopefully everyone will learn something that they can use - both platforms will have released major upgrades to their OS in 2014 so it's a great time to check out what's going on in both worlds and have an opportunity to compare/contrast with each other.

We'd love to have some audience participation - you can submit your own questions and nominate people for the panel by following the links on the meetup post.

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Wednesday
Oct 29
Nashville CocoaHeads - iOS and OSX Programmers User Group
79pm Lonely Planet Building 2, 230 Franklin Road, Franklin, TN

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 Matthew McCroskey presenting on Size Classes and Improvements to Auto Layout.

This month's meeting will be hosted at Lonely Planet. Tyler Hall will be presenting on Realm, a mobile database replacement for SQLite & Core Data.

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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Thursday
Oct 30
PhreakNIC
11am through Sunday, November 2 at noon Millennium Maxwell House Hotel

PhreakNIC is a non-profit conference held annually in Nashville each year, with a focus on hacker and maker culture. Now in its 18th year, it is the oldest running, volunteer-led hacker Con in the country. This year will include presentations and workshops from national experts on topics ranging from infosec to space exploration to FOSS development, a Kerbal space race, Films from Outer Space, FOSS fest, lockpicking, ham radio, Experimental Music Program, as well as the traditional Halloween festivities.

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Tuesday
Nov 4
Nashdiggity Hacknight
79pm Frothy Monkey 12S

Bi-monthly open format casual hacker gathering.

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

Williamson County IT Professionals Group would like to invite you to enjoy food, drink, and good times at Dan McGuinness (Cool Springs) on Wednesday, November 5th 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 Earthlink.

To RSVP send an email to patrickssun@gmail.com or leave a comment on this announcement.

Hope to see you all there!

Patrick Sun

About Earthlink:

EarthLink provides managed network, security and cloud solutions for multi-location businesses. We help thousands of specialty retailers, restaurants, financial institutions, healthcare providers, professional service firms and local governments deliver a reliable and engaging customer experience in their stores and branch offices. We do so by building and managing MPLS WAN networks, by providing virtualized infrastructure, security, hosted voice, secure WiFi and compliance solutions, and by offering exceptional customer care. We operate a nationwide network spanning more than 28,000 fiber route miles, with 90 metro fiber rings and secure data centers that provide ubiquitous data and voice IP service coverage. Our EarthLink Carrier® division sells facilities-based wholesale telecommunications to other providers and our award-winning Internet services connect hundreds of thousands of residential customers across the U.S. For more, visit www.earthlink.com

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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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Monday
Nov 17
Nashdiggity Hacknight
79pm Frothy Monkey 12S

Bi-monthly open format casual hacker gathering.

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