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Aug 29
Untethered Summit
8am through Wednesday, August 31 at 1pm The Alexander

The Untethered Summit hosted by MOBI, an award-winning Managed Mobility Services (MMS) provider, which will bring together the best and brightest minds in mobility from August 29-31 at The Alexander Hotel in downtown Indianapolis. The Summit will allow attendees to collaborate with other industry leaders within the enterprise mobility space, educate themselves about the latest trends impacting mobility and learn best practices for turning mobility strategies into a competitive business advantage. Untethered will preview the future business landscape and explain how mobility is paramount to enterprises’ survival in it. In addition to keynote speaker Kevin Mitnick, the world’s most famous hacker, the summit features two program tracks to provide the most relevant and beneficial content with the themes of “Discover” and “Evolve.” Keynotes and Breakout Sessions For mobility leaders curious about best practices and how the world’s most successful companies manage mobility, the Discover track will offer expert logistics solutions, security best practices for devices, carriers and applications, and a deep dive into how mobility software platforms should function. For those more interested in the insights of industry experts and analysts, the Evolve track will take a look at the future of Internet of Things (IoT) according to Hyoun Park, CRO of Blue Hill Research; the advancement of enterprise mobility technology as seen by Josh Garrett, Co-Founder and CSO of MOBI; and the current and future intersection of MMS, IoT, machine-to-machine, desktop support and other technologies.

9am4pm Emma's Bistro Cafe Website
67:30pm Williamson County Chamber of Commerce Website
68pm Emma's Bistro Cafe Website
Developing Mobile iOS Audio Apps
6:309:30pm Belmont U, Johnson Center Room 131 (1909 15th Ave South, Nashville, TN 37212)

Nashville Music Programmers Monday, August 29 at 6:30 PM

We are kicking off the fall with a presentation from Dr. Scott Hawley, associate professor of Physics at Belmont University. Scott has developed sever...

Aug 30
Flappy's Revenge: How to start a Flappy Bird clone
67:30pm BMI (10 Music Square E, Nashville, TN 37203)

Nashville Mobile Development User Group Tuesday, August 30 at 6:00 PM

In this meetup Joseph Banta will demonstrate how to get started on a Flappy Bird clone. The Nashville Mobile Development User Group usually meets mont...

Aug 31
NACC Lean Coffee - Wednesday 8/31/16
78am Panera Bread (2534 Powell Avenue, Nashville, TN 37204)

Nashville Agile Coaching Council Wednesday, August 31 at 7:00 AM

Bring your success stories, your problems that you need advice on and just network with our Nashville and Middle Tennessee Agile Coaches to the August...

Co-Programming with Blake: A Simple, Protocol-Oriented REST Client
68pm Aloompa's Temporary Office (750 Massman Drive, Suite 106, Nashville, TN)

Nashville CocoaHeads Wednesday, August 31 at 6:00 PM

IMPORTANT: Aloompa is moving offices so we are meeting in a temporary location for the next few months! --- This month, Blake Merryman will be leading...

Sep 1
Intro to Chef with Keith Beckman
67:45pm Emma (9 Lea Avenue, Nashville, TN 37210)

Nash.rb Thursday, September 1 at 6:00 PM

Come join us on Thursday at Emma for Keith Beckman's Introduction to Chef. About the Speaker: Keith Beckman is a systems architect and software eng...

Sep 3
CodeNewbie Mixer at Nama Sushi Bar
13pm Nama Sushi Bar (2300 Elliston Pl, Nashville, TN, USA)

CodeNewbie Nashville Saturday, September 3 at 1:00 PM

Come out and join fellow Code Newbies for sushi and fun. Bring your family and look forward to a fun time getting to know your fellow coders.

Sep 6
Code for Nashville Hack Night - Location TBA

Code for Nashville Tuesday, September 6 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 "sa...

Sep 7
Why Vue.js?
noon1pm Public Safety Center (304 Beasley Dr., Franklin, TN)

Franklin Developer Lunch & Learn Wednesday, September 7 at 12:00 PM

Event Details: There will always be new frameworks to try, no matter what language. In the case of Javascript, it is easy to feel that the landscape ...

Data Science Nashville: Domo Overview
79pm Corizon Health training facility (103 Powell Court, Brentwood, TN, 37027 , Brentwood, TN)

Data Science Nashville Wednesday, September 7 at 7:00 PM

Andrew Chaffin of the Utah data science meet up will present a demo of Domo and how data scientists can leverage it to do their day to day job, or eve...

Sep 8
Shift-Reduce Syntactic Parsing Using Vowpal Wabbit
5:308:30pm TechnologyAdvice (500 Interstate Blvd. S. , Suite 400, Nashville, TN)

Nashville Machine Learning Meetup Thursday, September 8 at 5:30 PM

Shift-Reduce Syntactic Parsing Using Vowpal Wabbit In natural language processing, syntactic parsing predicts relationships between words in a sentenc...

Networking with New Coaches

Nashville Agile Coaching Council Thursday, September 8 at 7:00 PM

Agile Coaching Institute is bringing their Coaching Agile Teams course to Nashville. This means we'll have up to 24 newly certified agile coaches. Thi...

Sep 12
September Meeting: Python "One Liners"
5:308pm Eventbrite Nashville (Cummins Station, 209 Tenth Avenue South, Suite 204, Nashville, TN)

Nashville Women Programmers Monday, September 12 at 5:30 PM

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 ...

Sep 13
Social Data Analytics for the Enterprise
11am3pm Tractor Supply Corporate (5401 Virginia Way, Brentwood, TN)

The Data Warehouse Institute (TDWI) Nashville Meetup Tuesday, September 13 at 11:00 AM

Join us for a special presentation on social data analytics by Shawn Rogers, an internationally recognized thought leader, speaker, author and instruc...

68pm Technology Advice

Come and find your next TechStar or even your next employer, meet with potential clients and rub elbows with Nashville's most driven and motivated technology folks. Free beer aside, the networking will be worth the trip.

Sep 14
The Iron Yard - Nashvlle: Fall Demo Day
11:30am2:30pm The Iron Yard Nashville (613 Ewing Ave Floor 2, Nashville, TN)

The Iron Yard - Nashville Wednesday, September 14 at 11:30 AM

Come on down to the INK Building in Pie Town, home of the Iron Yard - Nashville campus, for our Cohort 4 Demo Day! We'll be holding two sessions, one...

Sep 15
Nashville Microsoft Azure Users Group
69pm Microsoft (8 City Blvd., Suite 403, Nashville, TN)

The Nashville Microsoft Azure Users Group Thursday, September 15 at 6:00 PM

To be announced

Intro to Elixir and Phoenix
67:30pm Flatrock Coffee, Tea & More (2640 Nolensville Pike Ste C, Nashville, TN, USA)

This month at the Software Beginners meetup, we are going to do an introduction to Elixir and Phoenix by creating a real time chat application. We will soon have a starter repo created - and we'll send out a message when it's ready - but in order to prepare for this meetup, make sure that you have Elixir installed.

For Mac users, in the Terminal app run the following commands:

• brew update

• brew install elixir

• mix local.hex

• brew install node

• mix archive.install

For Windows Users, there is an installer for Elixir:

and an installer for Node

This should be a fun workshop. We look forward to seeing you all there!

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.

Sep 17
Nashville Mini Maker Faire
8am5pm Adventure Science Center

NashMicro - The Nashville Microcontroller Makers Group Saturday, September 17 at 8:00 AM

As we have done the past three years, NashMicro will be attending and running our learn to solder workshop. If you are interested in helping during th...

Wordcamp Nashville 2016
8am through Sunday, September 18 at 4pm Redpepper/Deavor

WordPress Users, Experts Gather in Nashville September 17-18 WordCamp conference targets all levels, plus site and business owners

NASHVILLE TN - August 2: Over 300 people who use WordPress - ranging from true beginners to advanced developers - will gather September 17-18 for WordCamp Nashville 2016.

The two-day learning and networking event, the fifth annual conference of its kind in Nashville, celebrates WordPress itself and the large global support community around it.

Sessions are curated by a team of volunteer community organizers, and this year’s event spans two days rather than one and has more local speakers and local sponsors than ever.

"The expansion of our event to two days is a direct result of the overwhelming growth that Nashville - and WordPress - is experiencing right now," says D'nelle Dowis, the conference's lead organizer. "We're extremely lucky to have such a supportive & thriving local WordPress community. This event is the perfect opportunity for all of us to come together and connect with each other in person."

WordPress is free and open-source publishing software admired by fans for its ease of use, flexibility and ability to customize. The platform drives websites of major companies such as Best Buy mobile, TechCrunch and BBC America; to celebrity sites, including Katy Perry and LL Cool J; to single-author blogs; and everything in between.

WordCamp Nashville is part of a much bigger picture. WordPress powers more than 1 of every 4 websites worldwide. Each year, volunteers in cities across the globe organize WordCamps to share best practices and their expertise.

The Music City event, at joint venues Deavor/redpepper in the Capitol District, will feature 18 to 24 sessions in four “tracks” based on skill level and area of interest, though attendees are not locked into any track. New this year is a track centered on WordPress in higher education, curated by MTSU’s Todd O’Neill. Both days will feature a Help Desk with volunteers offering one-on-one assistance on a first-come, first-serve basis. Sunday will feature longer, in-depth how-to classes and a day-long “Core Contribution” activity where attendees will learn how they can give back to the WordPress community.

Expect a crowd that loves tech, problem-solving, entrepreneurship and business. The event is entirely volunteer-run and speakers are not paid. WordCamps are run under the auspices of the WordPress Foundation.

Tickets are $40 and include lunch on Saturday, coffee & snacks both days, camp branded swag and admission to a party off-site Saturday evening. For more information visit or contact the planning team at

EVENT DETAILS Wordcamp Nashville 2016 When: September 17-18, 2016

Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday & Sunday Registration begins at 8 a.m. Saturday, 9/17

WordCamp Nashville
9am through Sunday, September 18 at 5pm RedPepper (305 Jefferson Street, Nashville, TN)

WordCamp is a conference that focuses on everything WordPress.

WordCamps are informal, community-organized events that are put together by WordPress users like you. Everyone from casual users to core developers participate, share ideas, and get to know each other.

Sep 20
InfoSec Nashville
8am5:30pm Music City Center (201 5th Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37203)

Once again, we’ll be hosting the conference at the beautiful venue of the Music City Center. We are proud to offer two compelling keynote speakers, 16 breakout sessions, and a dynamic exhibit floor.

Introduced in 2015 and back by popular demand, we are including flash sessions to allow speakers and attendees the chance to connect informally. Make sure to swing by the board room on the far end of the exhibit floor. On the opposite end of the exhibit hall, Clark Buckner, our media partner, will be conducting interviews of speakers, sponsors, conference organizers and attendees. Clark’s interview in 2015 with Jeff Cobb, one of the co-chairs, is available here.

Sep 21
Salesforce Service Experience Academy Hands-On Workshop
16:30pm Hilton Nashville Downtown (121 Fourth Avenue South, Nashville, TN)

Nashville Salesforce Developer Group Wednesday, September 21 at 1:00 PM

Karla Bayfield of Salesforce extends a special invitation to attend a hands-on Salesforce Service Experience Academy session co-sponsored by Coveo and...

Sep 28
First meeting - Kubernetes meetup
68pm TBD

Intro to Kubernetes, business case, and more!

Also, its our first meetup. Come tell us what you want to hear/contribute about Kubernetes - or just boo from the back row.

First Meetup - Intro to K8s & Business case

Nashville Kubernetes Meetup Wednesday, September 28 at 6:00 PM

What is this K8s you speak of? Want to know more about Kubernetes but just dont want to read online documentation? In this meetup we will walk throug...

Oct 5
Dreamforce 2016 Keynote Viewing Party
35pm Nashville Technology Council (500 Interstate Blvd. Suite 400, Nashville, TN)

Nashville Salesforce Developer Group Wednesday, October 5 at 3:00 PM

Hear from CEO & Chairman Marc Benioff as he delivers the opening keynote LIVE from the stage at Dreamforce! If you're staying local to Nashville this ...

Oct 10
October Meeting: Build An Angular App Using Free Microsoft Tools
5:308pm Eventbrite Nashville (Cummins Station, 209 Tenth Avenue South, Suite 204, Nashville, TN)

Nashville Women Programmers Monday, October 10 at 5:30 PM

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 ...

Nov 10
DevOpsDays Nashville
9am through Friday, November 11 at 4pm aVenue

DevOpsDays is a technical conference and group, aimed at developers, sysadmins and anyone else involved in technology, whether expert or beginner.

DevOpsDays Nashville 2016

The event will be held in Nashville, spanning two days of great talks and breakout sessions. Check out our site, it will serve as the main place we will update information as well as act as our program for the event.

Nov 11
Grand Ole Gameroom Expo
4pm through Sunday, November 13 at 5pm Franklin Marriott Cool Springs

Nashville's first annual Arcade and Pinball Expo. The event is taking place at the newly renovated Franklin Marriott Cool Springs on November 11-13, 2016. We are just 20 minutes south of Nashville in the Cool Springs Galleria shopping and business district of Franklin.

Join us for a weekend packed with over 200 arcade and pinball games all set to free play. Play classic arcade games like Donkey Kong, Centipede, Ms Pac-Man, Double Dragon, Street Fighter II, and many others. Also play many classic pinball games like Black Knight, The Addams Family, and even some of the latest pinball games from Stern like KISS, the Walking Dead, and Game of Thrones.

Also LAN gaming, console game tournaments, and guest speakers.

Show Hours Friday Nov 11, 4:00 pm - 4:00 am Saturday Nov 12, 10:00 am - 4:00 am Sunday Nov 13, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm