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Jan 19
Azure Users Group: Azure Roadmap and 2017 Agenda Planning

At this meeting Matthew Puckett, Microsoft Cloud Solution Architect, will give us an update on the current state of Azure and the Azure Roadmap.

We will also discuss topics that we want covered in the coming months.

Introduction to React
Flatrock Coffee, Tea & More

This session will feature an exploration of the popular Javascript view library React. During the meeting, we'll build a small example application together, while learning about the basics of React development.

No React experience is necessary, but it'd be helpful to read through this quick primer for some high level context. We'll use the tool CodePen for live-coding our example app, so it'd also be helpful to create an account with them (you can use the platform without an account, but you need an account to save your work).

See you soon!

Nashville Startup Pitch Night
Weld Nashville

Join us for our next Verge Nashville Pitch Night! You'll hear three local startups pitch their businesses to a panel of experts, plus an extended conversation with two Nashville area thought leaders. As always, food, beer, and excellent company will be provided.

Jan 21
Field Trip with Mid-Tenn Genealogical Society to TSLA
Tennessee State Library & Archives

If you love history and genealogy, or want to see the treasure trove of physical data that the Tennessee State Library & Archives (TSLA) has then please join us for a "field trip" downtown to the TSLA building, next to the Tennessee Supreme Court building.

If you are a history nut or book worm, you should find plenty to engage with. TSLA has audio, video, and text records of legislative sessions going back 200+ years.

I have reached out to the organizer of the Middle Tennessee Genealogical Society (MTGS) and this will be one of their regular show-and-tell meetings open to the general public. This is a mixer event, and there won't be any SLGDN business, but feel free to bring a personal historical artifact and participate in the meeting's agenda for the afternoon.

The MTGS is a nonprofit org, but many state employees are members of this organization due to the nature of the work they do with family and state history.

This is also a great opportunity for anyone interested in making connections at the state, who wants to work on data initiatives with the State Library (which has a lot of programs under its vast umbrella) to come out and meet people and begin building those relationships.

Jan 25
NashDev Breakfast 🍳
Fido Website
Wordpress : Developers Social: Code&Breakfast!­­
Ah So Designs

How about a little php with your pancakes, or some html on your bagel?

Developers and Aspiring developers, please come and join us for a morning social hour as we hangout and talk shop. From 8am to 9am we will open the floor to anyone who has questions about their code.

We will have sausage, pancakes, bagels, bananas, oranges and orange juice. Please feel free to bring food if these options are not on your menu.

Topics are always welcome! We are looking for anyone that might be interested in giving a presentation. If you're interested leave a comment or email us.

Thanks to our Sponsor AllMyWebNeeds

All My Web Needs is a Nashville web design company that understands small businesses and their needs.

GirlGeekDinner #22: New Year, New Intention
Emma's Bistro Cafe

DESCRIPTION Here's to inspiring and continuing to forge relationships that will help us throughout 2017 and beyond! With the beginning of the new year, Nashville Girl Geek Dinner acknowledges that now, more than ever, we must come together to support our community, not only in technology, but also across our entire community. Please join us on January 25th, 6:00 PM, at Emma’s Bistro as we celebrate a night of empowerment and inspiration to think about what matters to us as individuals and technologists. We want this to be a year of intention and year dedicated to making a difference. We each will have different goals and desires, let’s come together to rethink how we will accomplish these things. Let’s be accountable to the change we want to see.

Are you ready? This year, we want to more proactively support organizations in our community who are doing their part to inspire change and growth. Each month, Nashville Girl Geek Dinner will have a call to action for a charity we we will be contributing to. January’s organization is the Martha O’Bryan Center ( It is Poverty Awareness Month and would love to ask that each attendee bring a clothing item (eg, warm coats, gloves, jackets, shirts, anything you are ready to depart with and know someone else could benefit from) to the event so that can donate them this wonderful nonprofit.

6:00 - 6:30 PM Networking 6:30 - 7:30 PM Celebrate Coming Year; Intention; Accountability 7:30 - 8:00 PM Networking/ Clean Up

Jan 26
PyNash: datetime in Python: What Time is it Anyway?
Emma's Bistro Cafe

Welcome to 2017, Nashville Pythonistas!

For our first meeting of 2017, PyNash Co-organizer Greg Back will help us demystify some of the tricker things about datetime objects in Python. He'll provide an overview of dates, times, and timezones, and why they can cause problems in real life and in real Python programs. Solutions to common problems and a few helpful hints will be provided, using both the standard library and third-party packages like pytz and python-dateutil.

Before Greg's talk, John Berryman will give an introduction to a new mentoring/social learning initiative we're exploring called Penny University.

UX Beyond the Screen Part 1 of 3: Lost in Translation
RedPepper (305 Jefferson Street, Nashville, TN)

This series of meetups delves into the parts of UX that are hard to see and even difficult to imagine.

Part 1 : Lost in Translation

Designing software is a lot like making a movie. The plot often changes while the movie is being made. It can mutate even more as film finds its way to the cutting room floor.How can a designer maintain a consistent vision with so many moving pieces?

Well, we don't have a good answer for you. But we do have an eye-opening exercise that we learned at EnterpriseUX. You may never look at maps the same way again.

Presented by: Alan Laidlaw (Principal Software Engineer at Asurion) and Justin Threlkeld (Experience Designer and Strategist at redpepper)

NEW: Park in either lot across 3rd Avenue for $2 (or $8 when the Sounds play at home).

6:00 - 6:15 > Drinks, Snacks, Networking
6:15 - 7:00 > Introductions & Presentation
7:00 - 8:00 > Topic Discussion, Additional Networking, Closing Remarks

Jan 28
DevFest Nashville
Emma's Bistro Cafe

There are a TON of freely available API's in the cloud, enabling such awesome functionality as Computer Vision, Machine Learning, Natural Language Understanding and Translation, and Big Data Manipulation. Additionally, a silent shift is underway in mobile web development, making mobile web apps look like native mobile apps. Progressive Web Apps are here, and you probably use at least one every day.

DevFest is Nashville's introduction to a few of these technologies. Our agenda is still under construction, but currently we're planning a few sessions, including: • Using Machine Learning and Big Data to make your app better • Making a web app look native on mobile browsers • iOS and Android native app development kickstarter • MORE

There WILL be swag, there will be great food, and there will be prizes. Stay tuned.

Jan 31
Journey to Angular 2 (one .net developer's perspective)
RANDA Solutions

Angular 2, is here. Angular 4 is coming. It's time to dive in.

Let's figure out how to put the pieces together to build an app from scratch.


• 6:00pm - Eat • 6:30pm - Present • 7:15pm - Hang • 8:00pm - Fin

Feb 4
through Nashville School of Law

PyTennessee is a 501(c)3 conference dedicated to the advancement and promotion of the Python language and its users. We will have 4 keynotes, 32 other talks and tutorials, and a young coders lab!

Feb 8
Building a Chrome Extension w/Casey Reed!
Emma's Bistro Cafe

Hey all, welcome to our Feb meetup!

6:00pm - Doors open + food

6:30pm - Talk 1: Shaun Willis

A Safety Net is an application that connects those in need with available resources in the Nashville area. The site collects information from the City of Nashville’s open database and provides a way for local non-profits to pledge help to those in need.

Shaun Willis is a web developer in the Greater Nashville area, He entered the tech community by way of self-paced online code schools and eventually, a full-time immersive program at The Iron Yard. During the twelve weeks of project-based learning, He spent most of his waking hours creating Front End web applications. This has rekindled his desire to be a life-long learner, in addition to JavaScript, Ember, HTML, and CSS, he is currently spending his free time learning more Vanillis.js & PHP.

7:00pm - Talk 2: Casey Reed | Building a Chrome Extension

Details coming soon!


We're looking for speakers for our upcoming meetups, both experienced and new! If you'd like to present (or are thinking about it), please ping the organizers and we'll get you set up!

Integrating Real-Time Data Streams with Spark and Kafka for Data-Stream Analysis

Data Science Nashville Wednesday, February 8 at 7:00 PM

Join Talend as they bring you a deep, technical discussion on the real-world big data project that underlies modern sport analysis with streaming data...

Feb 9
WomenGetIT Conference

Our mission is to connect to local IT professionals with future technology talent through mentorship. Our seminars/conferences are a place where we can discuss the real issues of we face on a day to day basis. It's is round table discussion format, no formal speaker or panelists. Group leaders and theme for meeting will be announced shortly on the website.

Our goal is to help the community gain real, meaningful, and action oriented relationships.

Snacks will be served.

Feb 13
Nashville Women Programmers
Eventbright Nashville

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

Feb 23
Nashville Gophers first meetup

Nashville Gophers Thursday, February 23 at 7:00 PM

This will be the first "official" meet up of the Nashvile Gophers! The venue and sponsor are still TBD, but the Nashville community as a whole is pret...

Mar 10
Code for the Kingdom Nashville 2017
through David Lipscomb University Swang Center

Join us March 10-12, 2017 for the second annual C4TK Nashville!

C4TK Nashville is a 3-day hackathon focused on creating products and technology that address issues of our time from a Christian perspective.

Come and join an incredible group of individuals to apply your skills and experiences to advance common good and serve God’s Kingdom. We provide a great space, food for the entire weekend, and an atmosphere that hopefully promotes creativity and innovation.

Partnering with innovative nonprofits and churches, we’ll write code and create technology to help release the oppressed, teach God’s Word, heal the sick, feed the hungry, and support the church and the body of Christ.

** Even though we address issues from a Christian perspective, anyone is welcome to attend and we hope everyone will. If interested, you can view our code of conduct on our website.

Apr 4
through Music City Center (201 5th Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37203)

TESSCO One is TESSCO Technologies marquee event, bringing thousands of colleagues from across the wireless industry together for two days of networking, socializing, experiencing the latest technology, and hearing from expert presenters and exciting keynote speakers.