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Feb 9
Feb 2016: Regular monthly meeting, topic TBD
6pm Website
Android for Beginners Study Group
69pm BMI (10 Music Square E, Nashville, TN 37203)

Nashville Mobile Development User Group Tuesday, February 9 at 6:00 PM

In our Study Group sessions, we will walk through the steps to create a functional Android app, following the Udacity Android for Beginners online tut...

Feb 2016: Why Aren't You Using Composer Already?!
69pm Nashville Software School (283 Plus Park Blvd, Nashville, TN)

Nashville PHP User Group Tuesday, February 9 at 6:00 PM

LOCATION CHANGE! We are not meeting at iostudio this month. Instead, the Nashville Software School is graciously allowing us the use of their space. P...

Nashville Linux Users Group
69pm Vanderbilt Campus MRB-III 1220 (Vanderbilt Campus MRB-III 1220, Nashville, TN)

Nashville Linux Users Group Tuesday, February 9 at 6:00 PM


Feb 10
AWS Users Group Lunch
11:45am1pm 12 South Taproom & Grill (2318 12th Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37204)

Nashville Amazon Web Services User Group Wednesday, February 10 at 11:45 AM

Join us for lunch and AWS Discussions!

NashJS - Getting started with TypeScript - Aleksey Nudelman
68:30pm Emma's Bistro Cafe

NashJS Wednesday, February 10 at 6:00 PM

Aleksey will give an introduction to the TypeScript language focusing on OOP and static typing and he will review a few TypeScript/Angular 2 use cases. Finally, he will show how to compile, debug, test and lint TypeScript code.

Make Nashville Weekly planning meeting

Make Nashville Meetup Wednesday, February 10 at 6:00 PM

Every Wednesday we meet for organizational planning. At 6pm we have a potluck, at 7pm we start the meeting. Please come join us! We are helping Make o...

Feb 11
A look inside the ASP.NET MVC Membership Provider with Michael McCann
5:308:30pm Vaco (5410 Maryland Way, Suite 110, Brentwood, TN)

Nashville .NET User Group Thursday, February 11 at 5:30 PM

Michael McCann is a lead software developer at the United Methodist Publishing House. In his free time he participates in IDPA and works on a B2B cla...

Feb 12
1st NashDevOps Lunch & Learn for 2016 (2nd Friday of Every Month)

Nashville DevOps Meetup Friday, February 12 at 12:00 PM

Using this as a place holder. We'll be populating more information and content as it evolves! This will rotate between Lunch and Learns and Happy Hour...

Feb 13
TWISTER STEM Conference for Girls
8am3pm Adventure Science Center

TWISTER (Tennessee Women in Science, Technology, Engineering & Research) is a daylong professional conference for high school girls, presented by women working in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Research) professions. Each presenter is eager to share details about her career with you, answer your questions, help steer you to the right educational pathway, and give you a little taste of daily life in the workplace. Participants attend four, 55-minute sessions that explore a variety of STEM topics.

Feb 15
Nashville Selenium Users' Group Meetup
67:30pm Vaco (5410 Maryland Way, Suite 110, Brentwood, TN)

One Man's Implementation of Visual Validation

How do you test and validate several builds a week or even daily? When time is limited, do some aspects of your application go without a visual check? Find out how applying Applitools Eyes to your testing, helps fill the gaps and inspires confidence with each release.

Learn about the processes, usage and key patterns of implementing visual validation for both web and mobile applications.

Feb 16
Editing the Windows Registry with PowerShell
69pm Smith Seckman Reid Inc (2995 Sidco Drive, Nashville, TN 37204)

Nashville PowerShell User Group (NashPUG) Tuesday, February 16 at 6:00 PM

For remote viewers, here is the Youtube Live address: We purchased a new camera and hope it will fix the ...

Feb 17
Product Pricing Strategies - Nashville Product Meetup with Michael McKerley
68pm RedPepper (305 Jefferson Street, Nashville, TN)

How do you price a product? Find out at our February meetup, a presentation and interactive discussion with Michael McKerley, CTO at Education Networks of America. Rescheduled from January meetup that had to be canceled.

Details and RSVP:

Feb 18
Nashville Christian Technologists and Entrepreneurs, Monthly Meetup
68pm TechnologyAdvice Website
Feb 20
Engineering Day at the Adventure Science Center + Robot Battles Demo
10am3pm Adventure Science Center Nashville (800 Fort Negley Blvd, Nashville, TN 37203)

MTRAS ~ MidTn Robotic Arts Society Saturday, February 20 at 10:00 AM

We will display projects as part of the Adventure Science Centers Engineering Day activities from 10am to 3:00pm. Even if you don't have anything to d...

MTRAS ~ MidTn Robotic Arts Society Monthly Meetup

MTRAS ~ MidTn Robotic Arts Society Saturday, February 20 at 3:00 PM

NOTE TIME CHANGE******Our meeting will be from 3pm to 5pm in February. We are starting later because we will display projects as p...

Feb 22
Hack Night!
69pm Emma Bistro (11 Lea Ave, Nashville, TN)

Code for Nashville Monday, February 22 at 6:00 PM

Hack night! Bring a project, work on something open source, expand your skillset with tutorials, learn about Civic Technology. The Hack Night is "sanc...

Feb 24
February NashDev Breakfast
78am Fido

Wherein all of the Nashville area developers join one another for a breakfast, discuss the merits of various editors and IDEs, and rail against the chaotic world of JavaScript development.

Nashville PHP Hot Chicken Lunch
11am Website
Mar 1
Nashville PHP South Lunch
11:30am Website
Everything you wanted to know about Stack

Nashville Haskell Users Group Tuesday, March 1 at 6:30 PM

Nick Curry, a haskell developer, will talk about stack. Bring your laptops!

Mar 2
Nashville API Developers Meetup - Swagger / Open API Initiative
710pm Emma Bistro (9 Lea Ave , Nashville, TN 37210)

Nashville API Developers Wednesday, March 2 at 7:00 PM

We are currently in discussions with some people from Swagger to put together some material to cover Swagger / Open API Initiative. If you are curious...

Mar 8
Mar 2016: Regular monthly meeting, topic TBD
6pm Website
Mar 9
Atlassian User Group - March Social
5:307:30pm The Flying Saucer

Hey Nashville, it's time to get yourself familiarized with all things Atlassian!

Come out and join us once again for a social meetup at the Flying Saucer; food and drinks will be provided. No presentations for this one, just come out and have a great time on us!

About the group: The Nashville AUG has been meeting for about 8 months now and continuing to grow and bring new professionals into our discussions. This is an informal place for designers, developers, business analysts, and project managers to sit down and swap stories about our industry. We also strive to answer any quetions that you might have about getting the most out of your agile experiences using the Atlassian Suite of tools.

If you have a specific topic that you would like to know more about please let us know and we will round up some materials or line up a professional from Atlassian to get those questions answered.

Looking forward to seeing you at our next event.


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NashJS - Advanced Debugging with Dev Tools - Wayne Elgin
68pm Emma's Bistro Cafe

Time: 6PM Location: Emma Bistro Speaker: Wayne Elgin

Advanced Debugging with Dev Tools

Debugging JavaScript apps can be frustrating, usually defaulting to console logs to get info out of your app. However, this alone is not only inefficient, logs can often result in erratic output, depending upon the nature of the object.

In this session, Wayne will demonstrate features of Chrome Dev Tools that allow developers of every skill level to step through their application's code during even such difficult-to-debug scenarios as asynchronous callbacks, race conditions, and poor performance. He will also demonstrate the use of some new and powerful CSS debugging features that are unknown to many developers.

Mar 11
Code for the Kingdom Hackathon 2016
6pm through Sunday, March 13 at 5:30pm Lipscomb Swang Business Center

Are you an entrepreneur, technologist or innovator? Have you ever wanted to impact your cities, circles and communities and solve problems that you see around you? Have you ever wanted to be the change? If yes, then join us March 11-13, 2016 for Nashville’s first Code for the Kingdom Hackathon, hosted at Lipscomb University.

Code for the Kingdom is a weekend Hackathon series and ongoing ecosystem where the challenges confronting our communities, our society, our families, and our spiritual lives are tackled from a Christian perspective. The movement hosts weekend gatherings in different cities where developers, designers, ideators and others collaborate to advance common good and serve God’s Kingdom.

This first Code for the Kingdom in Nashville will build upon the success of previous C4TK hackathons, which have already gathered over thousands of technologists to create hundreds of projects to do good. Our goal is that the weekend would leverage the skills and insights of our city’s entrepreneurs, designers, and technologists to foster an entrepreneurial culture with Christian values that extends far beyond the weekend itself. We hope lasting community and change are a result of our coming together.

Join some of the most talented developers, designers, entrepreneurs, and creative people in the country as they collaborate with each other to create innovative technology. These groups will also work with investors, mentors, innovative non-profits and churches to come up with ideas and projects to help release the oppressed, teach God’s word, heal the sick, feed the hungry, clothe the naked and support the Church and the body of Christ.

Join us March 11-13, 2016 and let’s create technology that matters.

Mar 14
An Event Apart Nashville
9am through Wednesday, March 16 at 4pm Nashville Renaissance Hotel

An Event Apart Nashville is an intensely educational learning session for passionate practitioners of standards-based web design. If you care about code as well as content, usability as well as design, An Event Apart is the conference you’ve been waiting for.

Mar 16
Julia and R in the Same Jupyter Notebook
67:30pm Lipscomb University (1 University Park Drive, Nashville, TN 37215)

Nashville R Users Group Wednesday, March 16 at 6:00 PM

Mar 23
Nashville PHP Hot Chicken Lunch
11am Website
Apr 5
Yet Another Monad Tutorial

Nashville Haskell Users Group Tuesday, April 5 at 6:30 PM

What's a Haskell Users Group without a tutorial on monads? We'll start with some basics and "derive" the do monad as well as state transformers. Brin...

Jul 5
Lambda Calculus and Programming Languages
6:309:30pm Asurion Building - Elvis Presley Conference Room (648 Grassmere Park #300, Nashville, TN)

Nashville Haskell Users Group Tuesday, July 5 at 6:30 PM

Overview of lambda calculus. More details to follow.

Sep 16
Indie DevStock
9am through Saturday, September 17 at 4pm Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center

Indie DevStock is a new developer conference being held in Nashville, Tennessee September 16-17, 2016. The conference is organized by Tammy Coron — with Angela Scott and Janie Clayton.

But it’s not just for indie developers. If you want to learn more about iOS, Apple Watch, Apple TV or Mac development you’re welcome — and encouraged — to attend. While we do have some code-focused tech talks, Indie DevStock focuses on more than just code. It’s a great opportunity to meet new friends, inspire creativity and share new ideas.