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Nashville Software School

500 Interstate Boulevard South, 3rd Floor
Nashville, TN 37210, US (map)

Access Notes

Main entrance is on the second floor, use the elevator or stairs to access the third (3rd) floor where NSS is located. Exit elevator left for the Snakery (kitchen and dining), exit right for the main office and Hackery (large hackathon events projector screens). There are three main classrooms each with seating and projectors.



Future events happening here

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Past events that happened here

  • Thursday
    Aug 31 2017
    SLGDN Meetup // Scott Tsuchiyama

    Scott Tsuchiyama, Director of Product Design @ GoNoodle
    ...more details to come!

  • Thursday
    Aug 10 2017
    SLGDN Meetup // Robyn Mace

    Robyn Mace is Metro Nashville’s first Chief Data Officer.

    Dr. Mace loves data, analysis and problem-solving! She is a Tennessean who has made a career out getting the right information to decision-makers at the right time!

    Robyn has conducted original research on cybercrime, food and chemical counterfeiting, public safety and policing, and mediation, among other topics. She has extensive experience delivering education and training solutions on strategic management, analysis, and problem-solving to governance, law enforcement, and private sector leaders and officials in numerous states and internationally.

    She earned her B.S. and M.S. degrees at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and her doctorate at Rutgers-Newark. She became a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) through the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS International) in 2005.

    Robyn likes to travel, bike and blade –and to discover new culinary delights!

  • Saturday
    Aug 5 2017
    FreeCodeCamp: August Meetup

    New location! Super stoked to have fast wifi, free parking, working AC, projector & plenty of space!

    Bring your laptop if you like, we'll have an opportunity to do some coding challenges together!

  • Tuesday
    Jun 27 2017
    Patchwork Nashville with Nashville Women Programmers: Sponsored by GitHub

    We are so excited to join with GitHub for this special Patchwork! This event is open to beginners to Git and GitHub, and mentors who want to help others learn. They'll have stickers for everyone, and a little something extra for the mentors, so we hope to see you there.

    GitHubbers and community mentors, will be on hand to walk the attendees through their choice of learning modules:

    • GitHub 101: Introduction to GitHub

    • GitHub 102: Using the GitHub Desktop

    • GitHub 103: Using the Command Line

    If you have questions about the command line, GUIs, or anything Git and GitHub-related, they're here to help.

    Food and refreshments will be available.

    The event will be held on June 27th from 6:30-9:30 PM at Nashville Software School.  Please RSVP here: https://ti.to/github-events/patchwork-nashville-2017


    QUESTIONS (or if you have trouble RSVPing):  


    If you have questions, feel free to contact us, your organizers, via Meetup. We look forward to seeing you!

  • Saturday
    Jun 10 2017
    Linux+/LPIC-1 group study session #1/6

    Reading and exercise lists will be posted here, along with source URLs and other references. First links should appear Wednesday, May 17th. This will give attendees 24 days to prep for the first class.

    All six sessions will be held at the Nashville Software School.

    Session dates are the second and fourth Saturday of each month, June through August.

    Session times are listed as running from noon to 2:00pm. Tentative breakdown for session #1 is as follows:

    12:00pm - 12:15pm = Load-in/setup.

    12:15pm - 12:45pm = Opening remarks and presentation. Presentation slides will be available in advance.

    12:45pm - 1:00pm = Q&A, brief break.

    1:00pm - 1:30pm = Group labs and exercises.

    1:30pm - 1:45pm = Closing remarks, assigned reading and self-study exercises for next session (June 24th).

    1:45pm - 2:00pm = Teardown/load-out.

    Note: The Linux+/LPIC-1 certs are based on CentOS 7, which is x86-64 only (ie - it's a 64-bit OS, so it won't run on older 32-bit hardware, but that shouldn't be a problem for any laptop make in the last 10-12 years). You'll want to have CentOS 7 installed and running by June 10th, preferably earlier so you can start playing with it. If you need help installing and configuring it, you're in luck! We have an installfest coming up this Saturday, May 20th, at the East Nashville Beer Works, from 11:00am to 4:00pm (show up at 10:00am if you want to help set up and learn how to run an installfest). More info here:


    If you want to try installing CentOS 7 yourself, download it here:

    Initial reading assignments, more to follow (many, many more):

    Linux and unix; read linked and related articles, too:

    The Linux+ certification; has some study material and sample questions:

    CentOS 7; the linux distribution used by the Linux+ exam:

    systemd vs sysVinit: