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Wednesday
Feb 22
NashDev Breakfast
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Nashville PHP BBQ Lunch
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Thursday
Feb 23
Nashville Gophers first meetup

Nashville Gophers Thursday, February 23 at 6:00 PM

This months meeting is being graciously hosted and sponsored by Trakref:

"At Trakref®, we simplify HVAC/R and refrigerant asset management by linking your locations, employees, contractors, and your HVAC/R systems to give you data driven insights and awareness to save you time, create value, and keep things running efficiently with our cloud-based software and services."


This months speaker is Casey Manus, Director of Product Development at Trakref, LLC. Casey will demonstrate how they use Go Mobile (https://github.com/golang/go/wiki/Mobile) to power their cross platform application. We will do a live coding session where we set up the development environment and build a library that can be called from Native iOS Obj-C and Java on Android. We will also build and deploy a Go Microservice to Azure and consume that service on mobile, while sharing code between the service and mobile application.

https://www.meetup.com/Nashville-Gophers/events/235521429/

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Tuesday
Feb 28
NashFP - Nashville Functional Programmers
Emma's Bistro Cafe

Tonight: We get started writing a SQL database from scratch.

About NashFP: In the Nashville-area? Interested in functional programming (e.g. Clojure, Elixir, Elm, Erlang, F#, Haskell, Lisp, Scala,...)? Dandy! Come join us, and invite a friend. We're a curious and welcoming group. All skill-levels, platforms, backgrounds & languages welcome. We meet once a month for a lab (think three hour code camp). Show off your favorite functional language or pose questions to the group. We have a projector, WIFI, coffee and light munchies.

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Nashville Tech Ladies + The Iron Yard Present "CODE: Debugging The Gender Gap"
The Iron Yard Nashville (613 Ewing Ave. Floor 2, Nashville, TN)

Join the Nashville Tech Ladies and The Iron Yard for a screening of "CODE: Debugging The Gender Gap" This event is open to everyone - guys and gals! There will be a panel after the screening.

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Wednesday
Mar 1
PyNash Lunch!
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Wednesday
Mar 8
AWS Users Group Lunch
12 South Taproom Website
Friday
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.

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Wednesday
Mar 22
NashDev Breakfast
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Tuesday
Apr 4
TESSCO One
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.

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Friday
Aug 4
Craft Content Nashville 2017
Nossi College of Art

Craft Content Nashville is a broad community of digital media and content creators and enthusiasts, and this year we're blurring the lines between work and play.

Now in its 10th year, our annual spring event has established itself as the premier digital media "unconference" in the Mid-South. Founded as PodCamp Nashville, we broadened our audience in 2015 with a new name and vision to better include digital content in all of its forms.

Our 2017 event is open to everyone interested in using online media to share ideas, hearing from industry leaders and fellow community members, and participating in discussions and demonstrations. We explore strategies and techniques used to share stories and engaging content through words, pictures, audio, video and beyond.

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