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Emma's Bistro Cafe

11 Lea Ave
Nashville, TN 37210, US (map)

Future events happening here

  • Tuesday
    Mar 28 2017
    NashFP

    In the Nashville-area? Interested in functional programming (e.g. Clojure, Elixir, Elm, Erlang, F# Haskell, Lisp, OCaml, Scala...)?

    Dandy! Come join us. We are a curious and welcoming group. All skill-levels, platforms, backgrounds & languages welcome. Show-and-tell FP bits that give you joy, and pose questions to the group.

    We meet each month for ~3 hours. We've got a projector, WIFI, coffee, and assorted munchies.

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  • Thursday
    Apr 6 2017
    2nd Quarter Social

    More details to come.

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  • Saturday
    Apr 15 2017
    Nashville Music Hackathon

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    The day will start with several presentations before attendees have an opportunity to break out into groups and begin hacking a project together.

    There will be workshops for attendees interested in learning new skills. Project presentations/performances will take place at the end of the day.

    Lunch and dinner are on us so you can focus on hacking together cool projects!

    Speakers:

    Misty Jones - Assistant Professor, Department of Recording Industry, MTSU

    Misty Jones is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Recording Industry at Middle Tennessee State in Murfreesboro, TN, and received her Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education from Baylor University. Misty studied Music Technology Innovation at Berklee Valencia in Spain, where she received the Outstanding Scholar award and achieved a Master of Music degree. She will present an intro session on using controllers with Ableton using tools such as Bare Conductive Touch Board and Hot Hands Controller.

    Ryan Wrenn - CTO, Artiphon

    Nick Barnes - Director, Fan Engagement, Eric Church

    As Director of Fan Engagement, Nick Barnes works directly for Eric Church helping manage the digital space of his brand. Part of that job is to provide fans with fair access to tickets, protecting them from scalpers. Nick will share some of the success and failures in that endeavor, including details about a proprietary pre-sale process and in-depth information about the recent cancellation of 25k scalper tickets. Sample code and datasets will be made available for projects.

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Past events that happened here

  • Thursday
    Mar 23 2017
    Test Driving Pytest

    MEETUP: PyNash

    This month we have a first-time PyNash speaker, Zach Swift!

    Zach will be covering the basics of writing unit tests with Pytest: he'll demonstrate some of Pytest's most useful features against a set of example functions, explore test discovery rules, pytest's command line options, and pytest's modular fixtures. He'll also dive into testing exceptions, monkeypatching, and pytest's flexible take on setup and teardown code.

    In addition to Zach's talk, if we have time, we'll also do another social-coding exercise using an Exercise problem.

    If you'd like to sponsor this month's meetup, please send an email to pynash.organizers@gmail.com to get more information.

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  • Tuesday
    Mar 14 2017
    NashReact

    Real-World Redux Patterns and Best Practices

    Focus on real world Redux solutions

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  • Tuesday
    Feb 28 2017
    NashFP - Nashville Functional Programmers

    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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  • Saturday
    Feb 25 2017
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  • Friday
    Feb 24 2017
    AliExpress рулит!!!

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  • Thursday
    Feb 23 2017
  • Sunday
    Feb 19 2017
    NashFP Monthly Meeting

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    Здравствуйте #uname!

    Я сама не по наслышке знаю, что такое нужда, когда хочешь, что-то научиться делать, чтобы заработать, а не получается. Интернет кишит многочисленными экспертами, которые советуют, настоятельно рекомендуют свои чудо способы и возможности по быстрому и легкому заработку. Я это уже прошла, история стара, как мир. Вы ведётесь на рекламное предложение, получить волшебную кнопку и в одно мгновенье стать богатым. Но на деле, купив очередное волшебное средство и изучив способ понимаете, что вас в очередной раз развели на деньги и всё.

    Я сама применяю эти три способа они простые и надёжные, посмотреть здесь

    • Сегодня я хочу предложить вам решение ваших проблем, только если вы серьёзно желаете изменить свою жизнь к лучшему и хотите научиться зарабатывать деньги.
    • Здесь нет ничего волшебного, этот путь прошли многие люди, которые серьёзно отнеслись к возможностям интернета, чтобы начать работать и зарабатывать.

    Способы, о которых пойдет речь может освоить любой простой человек, не имеющий особых знаний и опыта работы в интернете для работы необходимо только иметь: - серьёзное желание работать - компьютер и интернет

    В дальнейшем, как и в обычной жизни вы наберётесь опыта работы в интернете, если вы совсем новичок и сможете автоматизировать многие процессы, что позволит вам работать меньше а зарабатывать больше. - Я подчеркиваю - это все три способа работающие, но вам необходимо будет работать, а не просто нажимать одну единственную кнопку " БАБЛО ", здесь такого нет, если вы это ищете, то нам с вами не по пути.

    • Сама я уже освоила два способа, набираюсь опыта приобретаю знания и автоматизирую их, пока мои заработки, не очень меня устраивают: --- первый способ приносит мне от 650 до 850 рублей ежедневно --- второй способ принес мне например вчера 1439 рублей --- третий только попробовала, хочу сначала хорошо разобраться с первыми двумя

    Я считаю это лучше, чем ничего и второе преимущество - мне искать и покупать ничего больше не нужно. Спокойно работаю, волнение прошло, в моей жизни наступила полоса спокойствия и увлеченной работы, которая принорсит прибыль постоянно.

    Почему я это пишу вам, просто я открыла себя один маленький секрет, и хочу поделиться им с вами. - Чтобы зарабатывать деньги в интернете - многие люди ищут чудо способ, который позволит им это сделать легко и быстро, а на самом деле просто теряют свои последние деньги и надежду. - А решение тоже очень простое: - Чтобы зарабатывать в интернете необходимо - научиться работать в интернете, найти для себя интересное занятие, которое и будет приносить вам постепенно развивающийся и надёжный доход.

    Я его уже нашла, это здесь

    Кто хочет, следуй за мной, всем желаю успеха и найти себе занятие приносящее, настоящее удовольствие и хорошую прибыль.

    18.02.2017 всем пока с вами была Елизавета

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  • Thursday
    Feb 2 2017
    Ruby on Rails - Hack Night

    This will be our first Hack Night. A "hack night" could be so many things! We could:

    • use it like a co-working night: we each work on our own stuff and hang out

    • work on a project together as a group (pair programming?) with one person's computer hooked up to the projector

    • break out into groups or pairs and work on projects

    Those are just 3 options! We will essentially have an "attendee's choice" of what we want to do at the start of the meeting.

    6:00pm - Start Arriving/Eat Pizza/Mingle

    6:15pm - Around the room for Introductions/Choose what to do for Hack Night

    6:30pm - Start Hacking

    7:30pm - FIN

    7:45pm - Lock up Emma

    This month, Reax will be sponsoring us for food and beverages, and Emma is sponsoring us for space! Anyone interested in sponsoring please contact the organizers.

    CALL FOR SPEAKERS:

    We need a speaker for March! Remember how talking at user groups is good practice for speaking at conferences? Well... that is us. We are open to new and seasoned speakers alike! Please contact Erin at [masked] if you are interested. She can help with preparation, review, topic selection, etc. Talks can be of any length up to 1 hour.

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  • Saturday
    Jan 28 2017
    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.

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  • Thursday
    Jan 26 2017
    PyNash: datetime in Python: What Time is it Anyway?

    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.

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  • Wednesday
    Jan 25 2017
    GirlGeekDinner #22: New Year, New Intention

    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 (www.marthyobryan.org). 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

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  • Tuesday
    Jan 24 2017
    NashFP: Nashville Functional Programmers

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Tonight:

    • Bryan Hunter shows off FsharpEx, a library to provide access to the F# REPL from within Elixir.
    • Jason Orendorff talks about macros in Clojure and Rust
    • Discussion: Contexts where immutability wins

    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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  • Tuesday
    Jan 17 2017
    OTP workshop - NashElixir

    This is the monthly elixir meetup.

    Our meetups are a mix of a roundtable discussion, group programming an Elixir app for fun, and teaching.

    This month Rodney is on leave, and I (Josh) am going to show off a real, production Phoenix app I've written and point out the awesome of OTP.

    Free pizza and drinks.

    If you have a laptop bring it.

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  • Wednesday
    Jan 11 2017
    NashJS - Lightning Talks

    Time: 6PM Location: Emma Bistro Speaker: Josh Mock

    Javascript Fatigue

    JavaScript fatigue is real.

    A recent survey showed that 33% of developers feel the JavaScript ecosystem is changing too fast. We regularly make satirical Medium posts and #lolsob tweets about how, as soon as we've gotten comfortable with how a tool works, someone introduces a newer, better, cooler way to do the same thing.

    To keep up, we could try to be a sponge and spend all our spare time at user groups, reading docs and tutorials, and working through online courses. Or we could be okay with not knowing everything, flex our critical thinking skills, learn about the core software patterns that tend to repeat themselves, and focus on value.

    Learning to separate the signal from the noise means we can spend less time picking tools and more time solving real problems and mastering the tools we do choose. Let's focus on these skills, so we can put down our work at the end of the day, enjoy our free time and sleep well at night.

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  • Tuesday
    Dec 13 2016
    Women in Technology of Tennessee Holiday Party

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Join us to celebrate the holiday season and a wonderful year for WiTT with hors d'oeuvres, drinks, and live music from Geek Girls!

    Door Prizes & Giveaways: Our generous members and their organizations traditionally donate giveaways for door prizes at the holiday party. Giveaways include logo items, gift cards, or coupons for their products or services. This is a fun tradition that provides great exposure for your company. If you or your organization would like to donate a giveaway, you can bring it to the party or contact a board member for pickup!

    Fees/Admission: Member (WiTT or NTC): $20 Non-Member: $30 Educator: $20 Student or Career Transition: $10

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  • Tuesday
    Dec 6 2016
    “Hands-on” Introduction to Software Defined Radio (SDR)

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    NashMicro - The Nashville Microcontroller Makers Group Tuesday, December 6 at 6:00 PM

    Scott will present an introduction to Software Defined Radio (SDR). If you have one, please feel free to bring yours. However, there should be plent...

    http://www.meetup.com/NashMicro/events/235210489/

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  • Friday
    Nov 18 2016
    Elasticsearch in an Evening

    PyNash Friday, November 18 at 6:00 PM

    This November we are going to hear John Berryman speak on Elasticsearch. Please note that we are not meeting on the usual Thursday, but on Friday (due...

    http://www.meetup.com/PyNash/events/235248674/

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  • Tuesday
    Nov 15 2016
    Reactive Tweets w/ GenStage & Flow

    Nash |> Elixir Tuesday, November 15 at 6:00 PM

    We will meet on the 3rd Tuesday of every month. We will be doing another coding lab this month with GenStage & Flow. This month we will be doing som...

    https://www.meetup.com/nash-elixir/events/235145400/

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  • Saturday
    Nov 5 2016
    2016 Fall "Make Day"

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    NashMicro - The Nashville Microcontroller Makers Group Saturday, November 5 at 8:00 AM

    A full day of making things together! Start a new project or work on an existing one. It doesn't matter as long as you come and do it with us. We'l...

    http://www.meetup.com/NashMicro/events/235209682/

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  • Wednesday
    Nov 2 2016
    The Future of Ruby in Nashville Roundtable Discussion

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Nash.rb Wednesday, November 2 at 6:00 PM

    This month, we will be meeting to discuss the future of Ruby in the Nashville Tech community. Nash.rb should be the seat of the Ruby community in Nash...

    http://www.meetup.com/nashrb/events/233997674/

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  • Thursday
    Oct 27 2016
    A Beginners Guide to Supervised Machine Learning with scikit-learn

    This month, Eventbrite's Beck Cronin-Dixon will be joining us to talk about supervised machine learning and scikit-learn!

    Wherever you turn these days someone is talking about machine learning. The Python community is lucky to have scikit-learn (one of, if not the, best libraries for creating and training models and predicting outcomes). In her talk, Beck will focus on how scikit-learn can be used for supervised machine learning tasks such as classification and regression. She will give a brief overview of machine learning terms and examples of how to use scikit-learn to start becoming familiar with machine learning.

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  • Wednesday
    Oct 26 2016
    NashReact

    Kyle Welch will be talking about the new API introduced in React Router v4.

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  • Tuesday
    Oct 25 2016
    Visual Testing With Moshe Milman From Applitools

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Automated visual testing is a major emerging trend in the dev / test community. In this talk you will learn what visual testing is and why it should be automated. We will take a deep dive into some of the technological challenges involved with visual test automation and show how modern tools address them. We will review available open-source and commercial visual testing tools, demo cutting edge technologies that enable running cross browser and cross device visual tests at large scale, and show how visual test automation fits in the development / deployment lifecycle.

    If you don’t know what visual testing is, if you think that Sikuli is a visual test automation tool, if you are already automating your visual tests and want to learn more on what else is out there, if you are on your way to implement Continuous Deployment or just interested in seeing how cool image processing algorithms can be, this talk is for you!

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  • NashFP

    Hi! The October meeting is Tuesday, October 25.

    Agenda: - Cliff Anderson : Interactive Voice Response (IVR) with XQuery and Cypher - Word Time with Perkins - Your show-and-tell, questions & answers.

    Candy corn to anyone who can demo a virtual pumpkin carver in Elm, F#, ...

    More info: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/nashfp/9IQNtyFMfUA

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  • Tuesday
    Oct 18 2016
    Let's talk elixir

    This is the monthly elixir meetup. We will meet on the 3rd Tuesday of every month. Let's get together and talk about all things elixir.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Oct 12 2016
    Design Principles From Om/next / Jonathan Boston

    Design Principles From Om/next

    Om/next is the 2.0 version of David Nolen's initial Clojurescript wrapper of React. Om/next has a very opinionated approach to managing data, so we'll discuss the trade-offs it makes. And while Om/next is Clojurescript, we will discuss principles that can hopefully be applied to any UI development, no matter the language.

    Food sponsored by Strongloop Venue provided by Emma

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  • Thursday
    Oct 6 2016
    Moving from Rails to Phoenix with Chris Keathley

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Nash.rb Thursday, October 6 at 6:00 PM

    Description: At Carbon Five we recently moved one of our internal applications from Rails to Phoenix. In this talk we’ll discuss the reasons for the c...

    http://www.meetup.com/nashrb/events/233997614/

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  • AWS Nashville Seminar

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Join Relus and AWS on Thursday, October 6 at the Emma Bistro for a valuable event focused on the most popular topics in AWS. This event will give you the tools and best practices to make the cloud computing evaluation process easier and maximize your success.

    AWS offers a broad range of services to help organizations build and deploy big data apps. This seminar provides an opportunity for you to learn about Relus as well as address common areas of interest regarding AWS, security and compliance, and big data capabilities within AWS.

    Agenda Registration & Breakfast – 8:30-9:00am Welcome – 9:00-9:15am Getting Started with AWS – 9:15–10:00am Break – 10:00-10:15am Security & Compliance – 10:15-11:00am Break – 11:00-11:15am Big Data – 11:15-12:00pm Lunch – 12:00-1:00pm One-on-One Consultations – Starting @ 12:30pm

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  • Wednesday
    Sep 21 2016
    GirlGeekDinner Code & Pinot:: Learning New Programming Languages sponsored By Leankit

    Leankit is thrilled to welcome you Wednesday, September 21, 2016, 6:00 PM to a unique perspective on problem-solving and learning your second or third programming language.

    One of the most daunting tasks when beginning a career in programming can be the sheer number of languages and toolsets to learn. While it is typically hard to separate learning the syntax from learning the code, programming languages are built on the same fundamentals - control structures, data types, operators, etc. etc. The goal for our workshop is to differentiate executable code and logic from syntax. This can make it easier to learn programming languages and alleviate the fear that comes with the following statements: "I only know to program in xyz, I cant do abc." "There are so many programming languages, which one do I learn?" "How can I possible learn enough to be qualified for a job?"

  • Nashville Software Testers

    Join us at Emma on September 21st at 6PM for another meeting of Nashville Software Testers.

    We will follow what is quickly becoming a tradition for us.

    Facilitated by Justin Rohrman who currently serves on the Association For Software Testing Board of Directors as President

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  • Wednesday
    Sep 14 2016
    NashJS

    NashJS Wednesday, September 14 at 6:00 PM

    http://www.meetup.com/nashjs/events/230084320/

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  • Tuesday
    Sep 13 2016
    Nash |> Elixir Nerves Workshop

    Nash |> Elixir Tuesday, September 13 at 6:00 PM

    Zero to nerves workshop, we'll start with blinking an LED then move into the different nerves dependencies. There will be several Raspberry Pi's avai...

    http://www.meetup.com/nash-elixir/events/232108047/

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  • Thursday
    Sep 1 2016
    Intro to Chef with Keith Beckman

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    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...

    http://www.meetup.com/nashrb/events/233569430/

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  • Thursday
    Aug 25 2016
    Intro to Profiling in Python

    PyNash Thursday, August 25 at 6:00 PM

    This month we will have Seth Elliot from Eventbrite presenting an introduction to profiling your code. This will be quick intro to deterministic and s...

    http://www.meetup.com/PyNash/events/233469542/

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  • Wednesday
    Aug 24 2016
    GirlGeekDinner Code & Pinot:: React Workshop w/ William Golden Sponsored By Stratasan

    Join us on Wednesday August 24th, 2016 @ 6:00-8:30p for an interactive, code-along workshop with William Golden about the cutting edge JavaScript framework React.

    While many of us are familiar with vanilla JavaScript, single page web applications often use the convenience of a JavaScript framework. One of the exciting trends in Javascript frameworks is React.William will walk us through a basic tutorial in using React giving us better insight into how to use the framework and what the advantages of React are over the other unending possibilities in the JavaScript community.

    Given the technical requirements, we have an instruction document with a 2 simple installs to do before getting to the event - https://github.com/egdelwonk/react-workshop.

  • Tuesday
    Aug 23 2016
    NashFP - Nashville Functional Programmers - August meetup

    Tonight, we'll try to write a search engine in Elixir.

    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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  • Wednesday
    Aug 10 2016
    JSON API - Ryan Tablada

    NashJS Wednesday, August 10 at 6:00 PM

    http://www.meetup.com/nashjs/events/230084316/

    JSON API and You!

    In this talk learn about what the JSON API specification is, why it's important, and how to use it. We'll look at using Node.js to manage a few interrelated resources and format them into JSON API format. Then we'll look at how we can consume this API from a Javascript application, first with regular AJAX calls. We'll wrap up the adventure by looking at how a consistent and community driven format can power libraries and tools like Ember Data and Orbit.js.

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  • Thursday
    Aug 4 2016
    Making Gems with Max Studener

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Nash.rb Thursday, August 4 at 6:00 PM

    Description: Max will walk us through some of the basics of creating a gem. Max Studener is a Sr. Software Engineer working for Ingram Content Group ...

    http://www.meetup.com/nashrb/events/232952492/

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  • Tuesday
    Aug 2 2016
    "PIC32 and Harmony Frameworks, Using Video as an Example" by David Starling

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    NashMicro - The Nashville Microcontroller Makers Group Tuesday, August 2 at 6:00 PM

    Harmony is microchip's new framework for PIC32. We will explore the benefits and pitfalls of using it in real world applications. We'll begin the mee...

    http://www.meetup.com/NashMicro/events/231717579/

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  • Thursday
    Jul 28 2016
    PyNash Fishbowl

    PyNash Thursday, July 28 at 6:00 PM

    This week we are trying out a new format suggested by our friends over at IndyPy. The fishbowl is a facilitated discussion format that will allow us ...

    http://www.meetup.com/PyNash/events/232734264/

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  • Wednesday
    Jul 20 2016
    Code & Pinot: Mobile Development and Design sponsored by Healthcare Bluebook

    In the ever-changing world of mobile devices, it can be particularly difficult to design and development for every possible user experience. Join our speakers for a discussion and interactive workshop on how to rise to the challenge with your application designs.

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  • Nashville Software Testers

    Join us at Emma on July 20nd at 6PM for another meeting of Nashville Software Testers.

    We will follow what is quickly becoming a tradition for us.

    Facilitated by Justin Rohrman who currently serves on the Association For Software Testing Board of Directors as President

    Come out, meet a few new people, drink some coffee, and become a better tester. See you on the 20th!

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  • Tuesday
    Jul 19 2016
    Let's talk elixir

    Nash |> Elixir Tuesday, July 19 at 6:00 PM

    This is the monthly elixir meetup.  We will meet on the 3rd Tuesday of every month.  Let's get together and talk about all things elixir.

    http://www.meetup.com/nash-elixir/events/231741808/

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  • Wednesday
    Jul 13 2016
    Progressive Web Apps

    Nashville Mobile Development User Group Wednesday, July 13 at 6:00 PM

    Progressive Web Apps are experiences that combine the best of the web and the best of apps. As the user progressively builds a relationship with the A...

    http://www.meetup.com/NashvilleMDUG/events/232251229/

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  • Thursday
    Jul 7 2016
    Build Realtime Apps with Ruby and Pakyow with Wayne Schroer

    Nash.rb Thursday, July 7 at 6:00 PM

    Client-side frameworks dominate the conversation about the future of web apps. Where does that leave us Ruby developers? Let's explore a way to build ...

    http://www.meetup.com/nashrb/events/232032987/

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  • Tuesday
    Jul 5 2016
    "Event Driven Embedded Software with Hierarchical Statemachines" by M. Eshleman

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    NashMicro - The Nashville Microcontroller Makers Group Tuesday, July 5 at 6:00 PM

    Tired of the standard embedded polling master loop? Want to move into a new world where the behavioral state of your embedded software project is clea...

    http://www.meetup.com/NashMicro/events/229370741/

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  • Wednesday
    Jun 29 2016
    Nashville Girl Geek Dinner #18: Sponsored by Emma

    Emma is a provider of the best-in-class email marketing software and services that help over 50,000 organizations worldwide get more from their marketing. With tailored editions for businesses, franchises, retailers, universities and agencies, Emma offers enterprise-level capabilities in a team-friendly experience that's simple and enjoyable. And we're a huge fan of girl geeks. Learn more at myemma.com.

    We have a diverse panel of ladies from all around the house that will be highlighting topics they are passioante about including: the growth of tech in Nashville, transitioning froma non-tech to tech role, negotiating salaries, and much more!

    Our expert panelists are eager to share their stories and experiences, as well as facilitate a highly interactive conversation. So, bring your questions ladies!

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  • Tuesday
    Jun 28 2016
    NashFP

    Monthly meeting of NashFP, Nashville's polyglot Functional Programming user group. All backgrounds and skill levels welcome!

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  • Wednesday
    Jun 22 2016
    Code & Pinot:: OOP Design Patterns Sponsored By Groups360

    Join us on Wednesday June 22, 2016 @ 6:00-8:30 p.m. to hear guest speakers Jim Siegienski and Jon Wolski discuss the fundamentals of design patterns.

    When learning how to program, patterns and a methodology to how to solve a problem can really come in handy. Also, when talking to other industry professionals, being able to speak about design patterns intentionally and intelligently can help you show your technical edge.

    Nashville Girl Geek Dinner has invited industry veterans Jim Siegienski and Jon Wolski of Groups360 to give us a primer into a few ideas around how design patterns work and how we can apply them in our day to day problem solving in programming. They'll show what exactly design patterns are, why they matter, and how to use them, and they'll look at a few specific implementations.

  • Tuesday
    Jun 14 2016
    Nashville API Developers

    Nashville API Developers Tuesday, June 14 at 6:00 PM

    Jurnell Cockhren is an avid open-source contributor and owner of Sophicware, a Nashville Tech Firm. With over a decade of experience in creating and c...

    http://www.meetup.com/NashAPI/events/231536215/

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  • Marketing & Technology Strategy Peer Group

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Product Greenlight: How We Got There

    Panel Discussion ft. Product Manager, Developer, and Marketing from LeanKit.

    There’s a great team behind every digital product that changes your life for the better. From engineers and user experience leads to designers and the marketing team, each contributor uses his or her expertise to bring a product to life. But all too often these types of disparate groups work in silos with different goals and objectives. So how does a team work together to ensure that each member is working from the same playbook, has the same vision and can quickly adjust when customer feedback or competitive data steers the value proposition in a different direction? We’ll show you how! Please join us as we talk product creation with two amazing teams from right here in Greater Nashville.

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  • Wednesday
    Jun 8 2016
    More Koans / Lightning Talks

    NashJS Wednesday, June 8 at 6:00 PM

    http://www.meetup.com/nashjs/events/230084285/

    Come hang and hack with Koans and Lightning talks tonight @emmaemail bistro. 6pm.

    Food and drinks sponsored by @StrongLoop

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  • Tuesday
    Jun 7 2016
    "AllJoyn All The Things" by Ian Lee

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    NashMicro - The Nashville Microcontroller Makers Group Tuesday, June 7 at 6:00 PM

    The Internet of Things (IoT) promises a world where all our things talk to each other and are commanded by us. However, so far all we have are a colle...

    http://www.meetup.com/NashMicro/events/228959592/

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  • Thursday
    Jun 2 2016
    Ruby for the Bootstrapper: Ruby Tips and Tricks for the New Startup

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Nash.rb Thursday, June 2 at 6:00 PM

    Josh Aronson will be talking about tips and tricks for startups using Ruby, including ditching Rails unless you need it, building out a service layer,...

    http://www.meetup.com/nashrb/events/231537488/

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  • Thursday
    May 26 2016
    A Gentle, Pythonic Introduction to Operating Systems

    PyNash Thursday, May 26 at 6:00 PM

    Eventbrite's Sophie Rapoport joins us this month for a gentle introduction to operating systems: We'd all be stuck without operating systems, whether ...

    http://www.meetup.com/PyNash/events/231140555/

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  • Tuesday
    May 24 2016
    NashFP - Nashville Functional Programmers - May meetup

    In the Nashville-area? Interested in functional programming (e.g. Clojure, Elixir, Erlang, F#, Haskell, Lisp, OCaml, Scala...)? Come join us! We're a curious and welcoming group. All skill-levels, platforms, backgrounds & languages welcome.

    This month:

    • Bryan Hunter previews a talk, "Poka Yoke: Mistake-Proofing via FP" for NDC Oslo

    • Sonny Scroggin shows off the new presence feature in upcoming Phoenix 1.2 release (also headed for NDC Oslo)

    • plus your show & tell, questions, etc.

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  • Saturday
    May 21 2016
    TechUP Nashville Career Fair & Inclusion Summit

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    TechUP has one goal: to create a tech ecosystem that is representative of all people. We believe that a diverse and inclusive tech sector is stronger, smarter, and better. We leverage our networks across all underrepresented groups to bring diverse talent into the tech ecosystem, and connect candidates to opportunities to build impactful careers.

    TechUP recruits diverse tech professionals with in-demand skills. Our candidates self-identify as a member of a group (or groups) underrepresented in tech: women, LGBTQ people, Black or Latino people, military veterans, or people living with a disability. We seek front-end, back-end, full-stack, and mobile developers, engineering managers, UI/UX designers, hardware/embedded, data analysts and scientists, data security, IT, dev ops, QA engineers, project and project managers, marketers, technical support and sales, and more.

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  • Wednesday
    May 18 2016
    Girl Geek Dinner:: Code & Pinot - Working with Recruiters - Eliminating the Mystery

    Code + Pinot this month is taking a little bit of a different slant. Come join us for a night of conversation around recruiting. We want to help drive more understanding on the different types of recruiters, how they work, how to not get "bullied" by them and learn how to better manage these relationships in a positive and healthy way. We will lead a short panel discussion with our esteemed panelists then break out into round table discussion groups.

    This is your chance to ask all of those questions you have always had about working with recruiters. Join us, won't you?

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  • Tuesday
    May 17 2016
    A Look at Phoenix v1.2 with Sonny Scroggin

    Nash |> Elixir Tuesday, May 17 at 6:00 PM

    Additional details coming soon. This is the monthly elixir meetup. We will meet on the 3rd Tuesday of every month. Let's get together and talk about ...

    http://www.meetup.com/nash-elixir/events/230909673/

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  • Wednesday
    May 11 2016
    NashJS Code Katas

    NashJS Wednesday, May 11 at 6:00 PM

    http://www.meetup.com/nashjs/events/229168370/

    We will break out into small groups and solve Katas together.

    What is a kata you ask?

    A code kata is an exercise in programming which helps a programmer hone their skills through practice and repetition.

    Please complete the installation instructions to be ready to go!

    https://gist.github.com/egdelwonk/4aefc8c41f655cebb9a3f395f633527e

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  • Tuesday
    May 3 2016
    "Microprocessor Pulse Circuits and Their Applications" by Morgan Machunze

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    NashMicro - The Nashville Microcontroller Makers Group Tuesday, May 3 at 6:00 PM

    Morgan Machunze is going to teach us about "Microprocessor Controlled High Power Pulse Circuits and Their Practical Applications". This will be a pres...

    http://www.meetup.com/NashMicro/events/228959507/

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  • Thursday
    Apr 28 2016
    Marcus Fulbright - Intro to AWS Lambda

    PyNash Thursday, April 28 at 6:00 PM

    Marcus Fulbright will be giving an introduction to AWS Lambda: "Common event-driven tasks, such as re-sizing uploaded photos, scaling systems based o...

    http://www.meetup.com/PyNash/events/230288616/

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  • Tuesday
    Apr 26 2016
    NashFP - Nashville Functional Programmers

    Interested in functional programming (e.g. Clojure, Erlang, F# Haskell, Lisp, OCaml...)? In the Nashville-area?

    Come join us! We are a curious and welcoming group. All skill-levels, platforms, backgrounds & languages welcome. Show off your favorite functional language and pose questions to the group.

    We meet on the 4th Tuesday of each month. There's wifi, a projector, coffee, and assorted munchies.

    This month:

    • Tim Pote on programmer culture

    • Jason Orendorff on how type inference works (and what it's like to use mutable data structures in Haskell)

    • your show and tell!

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  • Tuesday
    Apr 19 2016
    Let's talk elixir

    Nash |> Elixir Tuesday, April 19 at 6:00 PM

    This is the monthly elixir meetup. We will meet on the 3rd Tuesday of every month. Let's get together and talk about all things elixir. - Josh Crew...

    http://www.meetup.com/nash-elixir/events/229769641/

    Website
  • Thursday
    Apr 14 2016
    Code for Nashville Hack Night!

    Code for Nashville Thursday, April 14 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...

    http://www.meetup.com/code-for-nashville/events/229618112/

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Apr 13 2016
    NashJS - Lightning Talks

    Time: 6PM Location: Emma Bistro Speaker: Multiple!

    Lightning Talks!

    NashJS is hosting a night of lighting talks— 5-15 minute talks on a wide range of topics!

    Lightning talks are a great way to step into the world of speaking. Have an idea? Let us know, we can help you craft your talk!

    Website
  • Thursday
    Apr 7 2016
    I’ll take Lita for $500: Jeopardy, Chat, and Ruby with Max Beizer

    Nash.rb Thursday, April 7 at 6:00 PM

    This month we will look at a chat bot for Ruby called Lita. We will do more than a casual introduction as we will build a Lita plugin to play Jeopardy...

    http://www.meetup.com/nashrb/events/230000492/

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Apr 6 2016
    Nashville API Developers Meetup - Swagger / Open API Initiative

    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...

    http://www.meetup.com/NashAPI/events/228063197/

    Website
  • Saturday
    Apr 2 2016
    3rd Annual NashMicro "Make Day"

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    NashMicro - The Nashville Microcontroller Makers Group Saturday, April 2 at 8:00 AM

    A full day of making things together! Start a new project or work on an existing one. It doesn't matter as long as you come and do it with us. We'l...

    http://www.meetup.com/NashMicro/events/228959329/

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Mar 29 2016
    Diving Deeper into Redux - NashReact

    Jon Gautsch will be covering how Redux works, why it's made that way. He will also describe reasoning for using reselect and additional extras for Redux

    Website
  • Thursday
    Mar 24 2016
    Ü is for Üñîçødé: Solving the Mystery and a TBD

    PyNash Thursday, March 24 at 6:00 PM

    This month Greg Back will give an overview of Unicode: He'll talk about how Python handles text in general, the differences in Unicode text between Py...

    http://www.meetup.com/PyNash/events/229413671/

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Mar 22 2016
    NashFP March meetup

    In the Nashville-area? Interested in functional programming (e.g. Clojure, Elixir, Erlang, F#, Haskell, Lisp, OCaml, Scala...)? Come join us! We're a curious and welcoming group. All skill-levels, platforms, backgrounds & languages welcome.

    This month:

    • Jonathan Boston and Caleb Phillips present a preview of their Clojure/west talk

    • Josh Adams presents basics of Elm

    • "Word Time" with Jason Orendorff

    • plus your show & tell!

    Website
  • Nashville Software Testers

    Join us at Emma on March 22nd at 6PM for another meeting of Nashville Software Testers.

    We will follow what is quickly becoming a tradition for us. The first hour will be dedicated to a testing exercise.

    This week we will work on developing skill in reporting. The second half of our time will be dedicated to Lean Coffee.

    Facilitated by Justin Rohrman who currently serves on the Association For Software Testing Board of Directors as President

    Become a member today!

    Come out, meet a few new people, drink some coffee, and become a better tester. See you on the 22nd!

    Website
  • Monday
    Mar 21 2016
    Hack Night!

    Code for Nashville Monday, March 21 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...

    http://www.meetup.com/code-for-nashville/events/229066273/

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Mar 15 2016
    Intro to GenServer + Open Show & Tell

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Nash |> Elixir Tuesday, March 15 at 6:30 PM

    This is the monthly elixir meetup. We will meet on the 3rd Tuesday of every month. Intro to GenServer - Rodney Norris - overview of implementing a...

    http://www.meetup.com/nash-elixir/events/228543128/

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Mar 9 2016
    NashJS - Advanced Debugging with Dev Tools - Wayne Elgin

    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.

    Website
  • Thursday
    Mar 3 2016
    Rails 5: What’s new and what’s different? by Eliza Marcum

    Nash.rb Thursday, March 3 at 6:00 PM

    Rails 5 is just a few short months away, so now’s the time to get up to speed on the changes that are coming our way, both big (ActionCable) and small...

    http://www.meetup.com/nashrb/events/229073748/

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Mar 1 2016
    NashMicro: Interactive Art and Performance Technologies

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    NashMicro - The Nashville Microcontroller Makers Group Tuesday, March 1 at 6:00 PM

    Robbie Lynn uses creative electronics and code to create immersive installation and performance work. She will focus on sensor options, micro-controll...

    http://www.meetup.com/NashMicro/events/228959238/

    Website
  • Thursday
    Feb 25 2016
    ​A Quick Sip from the Flask Microframework

    PyNash Thursday, February 25 at 6:00 PM

    This month, we're thrilled to have Eventbrite's Andy Matthews speaking to the group! Do you want to develop small to medium sized Python apps? Is Dja...

    http://www.meetup.com/PyNash/events/228751856/

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Feb 23 2016
    NashFP

    Interested in functional programming (e.g. Clojure, Erlang, F# Haskell, Lisp, OCaml...)? In the Nashville-area? Dandy! Come join us. We are a curious and welcoming group. All skill-levels, platforms, backgrounds & languages welcome. Show off your favorite functional language and pose questions to the group.

    Agenda for Feb 2016: + Distributed code loading on the ErlangVM + Elm - as used at work + nerves / bakeware for building elixir (Erlang or LFE) embedded firmwares + Your questions, discussions, and show-and-tell!

    Website
  • Monday
    Feb 22 2016
    Hack Night!

    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...

    http://www.meetup.com/code-for-nashville/events/228425733/

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Feb 10 2016
    NashJS - Getting started with TypeScript - Aleksey Nudelman

    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.

    Website
  • Saturday
    Feb 6 2016
    PyTennessee Game Night

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Let the games begin!

    After a full day of great talks and all things Python, join us at The Bistro for a night of board games and good company. Come enjoy dinner on us and either BYOG (bring your own game) or choose from ours! Meet the Eventbrite team, chat about your favorite PyTN moment, advance to Go, and collect $200.

    See ya there.

    Website
  • Thursday
    Feb 4 2016
    Intro to GraphQL and graphql-ruby by Kevin Old

    Nash.rb Thursday, February 4 at 6:00 PM

    GraphQL is a data query language and runtime designed and used at Facebook to request and deliver data to mobile and web apps since 2012. At the meet...

    http://www.meetup.com/nashrb/events/228094352/

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Feb 2 2016
    "Merging Passion With GPIO - Building a RPi Weather Station" by Sam Walton

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    NashMicro - The Nashville Microcontroller Makers Group Tuesday, February 2 at 6:00 PM

    Sam Walton is a local maker & software developer. He has been building a solar powered remote weather station for quite some time. At our meetup, he's...

    http://www.meetup.com/NashMicro/events/228365293/

    Website
  • Thursday
    Jan 28 2016
    PyNash: TBD (Bill Israel), Code Analysis and Quality (Jason Myers)

    PyNash Thursday, January 28 at 6:00 PM

    Food Sponsored by: TBD First Talk: Bill Israel talking about TBD. Second Talk: Jason Myers will share some thoughts on Static Code Analysis/Quality ...

    http://www.meetup.com/PyNash/events/227729477/

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Jan 27 2016
    NashReact Meetup - React Native

    We'll discuss what React Native is and how you can use it to build iOS and Android applications.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Jan 20 2016
    Nash |> Elixir: It’s an Evolution!

    Nash |> Elixir Wednesday, January 20 at 6:00 PM

    What if we could simulate life? What if we could watch the evolution of a million processes at once, with the strong surviving and passing on their tr...

    http://www.meetup.com/nash-elixir/events/227414571/

    Website
  • Saturday
    Jan 16 2016
    The first PWL Nashville Meetup

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Papers We Love Nashville Saturday, January 16 at 9:45 AM

    Full details TBD. We will present one, possibly two papers (looking for presenters), and use any remaining time to discuss the format and frequency of...

    http://www.meetup.com/pwlnashville/events/227114213/

    Website
  • Thursday
    Jan 14 2016
    Bringing the awesome JS ecosystem to your Rails app with Jon Gautsch

    Nash.rb Thursday, January 7 at 6:00 PM

    We'll talk about how modern JS tools like npm, ES2015, Webpack etc. can be used to turbocharge your front end development, and how to bring them to a ...

    http://www.meetup.com/nashrb/events/227182025/

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Jan 13 2016
    NashJS - "Angular2 > * (An introductory workshop)" —Mike Allison

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Angular2 > * (An introductory workshop) Currently in beta, Google's Angular 2 is soon to be one of the major frameworks in the Javascript world. It's fast and it's a lot of fun.

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Dec 15 2015
    Celebrate the Holidays with Women in Technology of Tennessee

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Join us to celebrate the holiday season and a wonderful year for WiTT with hors d'oeuvres, drinks, and live music!

    Music provided by Nashville Geek Jam.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Dec 9 2015
    NashJS - "Look mom, no code. Introduction to WebGME" —Brian Broll

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Brian Broll will be introducing Model Integrated Computing and presenting WebGME, a Javascript framework for building custom modeling environments supporting real time collaborative editing and version control.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Dec 2 2015
    Microservices and APIs

    Nashville API Developers Wednesday, December 2 at 6:00 PM

    Presented by Chase Fryer of Vanick DigitalMicroservices - "hipster SOA" or potential backbone to the success of your API program? Regardless of your t...

    http://www.meetup.com/NashAPI/events/226590209/

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Dec 1 2015
    "How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Smell the Bomb" by Dr. Vladimir Dobrokhotov

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    NashMicro - The Nashville Microcontroller Makers Group Tuesday, December 1 at 6:00 PM

    "Nanotechnology Solutions for Asymmetric Vapor Trace Detection: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Smell the Bomb" by Dr. Vladimir Dobrokhotov Devel...

    http://www.meetup.com/NashMicro/events/226336186/

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Nov 24 2015
    NashFP

    In the Nashville-area? Interested in functional programming (e.g. Clojure, Elixir, Erlang, F#, Haskell, Lisp, OCaml, Scala...)? Come join us! We're a curious and welcoming group. All skill-levels, platforms, backgrounds & languages welcome.

    This month:

    • Eliza Brock Marcum on Haskell
    • Jason Orendorff on purely functional data structures in Rust
    • group coding begins on BLOBAs in FP
    • your show and tell
    Website
  • Saturday
    Nov 21 2015
    Rust Day (a tutorial)

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Rust is a programming language that aims for the trifecta:

    • safe
    • concurrent
    • fast

    If that's not enough, Rust also has better nicknames for its devotees than any other programming language, by a country mile: join us and you too can be a rustacean—or a rustler.

    Complexity level: Advanced. Programming experience is required. (You don't need to know anything about Rust, though.)

    Jason Orendorff will teach this 3-hour Saturday morning tutorial. Including breaks, call it 4 hours total. You'll have to register to attend: https://ti.to/nashville-code-coop/rust-tutorial

    Website
  • Thursday
    Nov 19 2015
    Getting Started with Data Science using Python

    PyNash Thursday, November 19 at 6:00 PM

    Brian Johnson of DonorBureau will walk through the essential packages for analyzing data using Python. Please be sure to download the following prior...

    http://www.meetup.com/PyNash/events/226729020/

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Nov 18 2015
    Let's talk elixir

    Nash |> Elixir Wednesday, November 18 at 6:00 PM

    This is the monthly elixir meetup.  We will meet on the 3rd Tuesday of every month.  Let's get together and talk about all things elixir.  

    http://www.meetup.com/nash-elixir/events/225636958/

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Nov 17 2015
    Eventbrite & Emma present TechTN

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Eventbrite & Emma are teaming up to bring you a quarterly cocktail meetup focused on bringing the Nashville technology community together. Join us at the Emma Bistro for drinks, snacks and mingling with other folks in tech. Feel free to bring a friend and get ready to talk shop!

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Nov 11 2015
    NashJS - "Done.js" —Mathew Phillips

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Learn how to build the fastest single page applications with DoneJS (http://donejs.com­). This talk details some most important performance techniques used in single page applications like: server side rendering, progressively loading optimized bundles, and use of content delivery networks. We will discover how DoneJS solves these problems while building a simple real-time chat application. As a bonus, I will show how to build the web application to a mobile and desktop application.

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Nov 3 2015
    "Real-life Choose Your Own Adventure" by Justin Hoover

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    NashMicro - The Nashville Microcontroller Makers Group Tuesday, November 3 at 6:00 PM

    Is the brain that you were born with leaving you feeling a bit stressed out? Anxious? Did you know that we have the technology now to do something abo...

    http://www.meetup.com/NashMicro/events/226201354/

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Oct 28 2015
    PyNash Q&A Night

    PyNash Wednesday, October 28 at 6:00 PM

    Sign up to answer questions here.

    Details: http://www.meetup.com/PyNash/events/225378526/

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Oct 27 2015
    NashFP October meetup

    In the Nashville-area? Interested in functional programming (e.g. Clojure, Elixir, Erlang, F#, Haskell, Lisp, OCaml, Scala...)? Dandy! Come join us. We're a curious and welcoming group. All skill-levels, platforms, backgrounds & languages welcome.

    This month:

    • Timothy Pote discussing Rich Hickey's "Simple Made Easy" talk.
    • Jason Orendorff discussing Conflict-free Replicated Data Types (CRDTs)
    • discussion: a NashFP conference?
    • your show and tell
    Website
  • Saturday
    Oct 17 2015
    Workshop: Electronic Costumes

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Make Nashville Meetup Saturday, October 17 at 11:00 AM

    Make a headpiece to complete your Halloween costume OR add lights to a costume that you already have - and learn how to control individually addressab...

    Details: http://www.meetup.com/Make-Nashville-Meetup/events/225807451/

    Website
  • Thursday
    Oct 15 2015
    NashReact First meeting!

    NashReact Meetup Thursday, October 15 at 6:00 PM

    First meeting will be a chance to meet and greet others in the React community along with a short presentation on React. Snacks and Drinks will be pro...

    Details: http://www.meetup.com/NashReact-Meetup/events/224753745/

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Oct 14 2015
    NashJS - "Koa.js + ES6" —Tejas Manohar

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Tejas Manohar is a 16-year old self-taught software developer. His favorite programming languages are JavaScript and Ruby, and he loves open-source.

    Koa is a minimalistic web framework for Node.js by the creators of Express. It revolves around ES6 generators and a middleware stack allowing you to perform (asynchronous) actions downstream, then filter, and manipulate the response upstream (similar to Ruby's Rack). In his presentation, Tejas will walk through developing your first API in Koa while exploring other key features of ES6.

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Oct 6 2015
    "Courage - TDD and embedded software development" by Matthew Eshleman

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    NashMicro - The Nashville Microcontroller Makers Group Tuesday, October 6 at 6:30 PM

    Inspired by the book "Test-Driven Development for Embedded C" by James W. Grenning and the memory of a software conference from 10 years ago, Matthew ...

    Details: http://www.meetup.com/NashMicro/events/224210213/

    Website
  • Thursday
    Sep 24 2015
    PyNash Lightning Talks

    PyNash Thursday, September 24 at 6:00 PM

    September's PyNash will be a little different in that we are doing a series of 5-minute lightning talks! If you'd like to submit a talk, please do so ...

    Details: http://www.meetup.com/PyNash/events/225203163/

    Website
  • Saturday
    Sep 19 2015
    Google Project Tango Hackathon

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Nashville Mobile Development User Group Saturday, September 19 at 9:00 AM

    The buzz has been building about Google's Project Tango. As of now, this project takes the shape of a tablet-sized Android device that is capable of ...

    Details: http://www.meetup.com/NashvilleMDUG/events/223745873/

    Website
  • Thursday
    Sep 17 2015
    Kickoff Meeting / APIs From the Outside In

    Nashville API Developers Thursday, September 17 at 6:00 PM

    DATE CHANGED -- Due to venue availability, we have had to move the event by 1 day to Thursday, September 17th. Please join us for our kickoff meetin...

    Details: http://www.meetup.com/NashAPI/events/224308989/

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  • Wednesday
    Sep 9 2015
    NashJS - "Introduction to ClojureScript" Jonathan Boston

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Jonathan Boston will guide us on a journey to learn ClosureScript.

    Drinks and Food provided by Crystal Knows.

    Venue by Emma Email.

    Website
  • Thursday
    Sep 3 2015
  • Tuesday
    Sep 1 2015
    Maker Faire Prep Night

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    NashMicro - The Nashville Microcontroller Makers Group Tuesday, September 1 at 6:30 PM

    The Nashville Mini Maker Faire is Sept 12th! We're obligated to host the soldering workshop again this year. We have several things we need to do in ...

    Details: http://www.meetup.com/NashMicro/events/224210044/

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  • Thursday
    Aug 27 2015
  • Wednesday
    Aug 12 2015
    NashJS - "Why I'm not a Javascript Developer" and Lightning Talks

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Russ Anderson presents "Why I’m not a JavaScript developer".

    Russ has been a front-end developer for 4 years. Recently, though, after looking at a list of sample JS interview questions put together by the folks at HTML5 boilerplate (https://github.com/h5bp/Front-end-Developer-Interview-Questions#js-questions), he realized that there were several questions he wouldn’t be able to answer on the spot.

    Russ will be presenting what he has learned researching the answers to some of these questions, covering several JS fundamentals that might not be obvious to developers used to using libraries and frameworks. His talk will help fill in some of your own knowledge gaps and provide some real world examples on how to apply answers to these questions to your own code.

    The title “Why I’m not a JavaScript developer” was inspired by a post from Brad Frost: https://gist.github.com/bradfrost/59096a855281c433adc1

    Website
  • Saturday
    Aug 8 2015
    100 Girls of Code

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    WHY: The U.S. Labor Department has estimated that there will be 1.4 million jobs openings for computer-related occupations this decade, and the median job for people with a computer-science degree pays around $80,000 to $100,000. Of the STEM fields, computer science and computer engineering have the highest median earnings for recent college graduates without advanced degrees, and only around 12% are women. We want to change this!

    HOW: In our workshops, female coders conduct a fun and interactive learning experience that includes an introduction to computer programming, website construction, games, and so much more. By the end of the workshop, girls have a better understanding of programming, the future of Computer Science, and hopefully a desire to enter into a similar career field.

    Website
  • Thursday
    Aug 6 2015
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    Jul 28 2015
    NashFP

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Interested in functional programming (e.g. Clojure, Elixir, Elm, Erlang, F# Haskell, Lisp, OCaml, Scala...)? In the Nashville-area?

    Dandy! Come join us. We are a curious and welcoming group. All skill-levels, platforms, backgrounds & languages welcome. Show off your favorite functional language and pose questions to the group.

    We meet each month for a lab (think three hour code camp). There we have a projector, WIFI, coffee, and assorted munchies.

    This month:

    • Jason Orendorff on algebraic data types (not as heavy as it sounds)
    • Caleb Phillips on Datomic, a database built on Clojure principles by Clojure author Rich Hickey
    • Luke Sandell's F# implementation of Sticky Notes
    • your show and tell
    Website
  • Thursday
    Jul 23 2015
    Nate West - Generative Testing in Python

    PyNash Thursday, July 23 at 6:00 PM

    Property based testing is a state of the art technique that come from functional programming that can help you test more thoroughly with less code. Co...

    Details: http://www.meetup.com/PyNash/events/223655558/

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Jul 8 2015
    NashJS - Introduction to WebRTC and Lightning Talks

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Introduction to WebRTC: Real-time Communication in Javascript

    Patrick Cason & Kenny House and the Octovis team will do a deep dive into WebRTC.

    Website
  • Thursday
    Jun 25 2015
    Diving into a Den of Pythons: A Look at Python's Collections - Bill Israel

    PyNash Thursday, June 25 at 6:00 PM

    Sponsored by Eldarion! Python has a number of built-in collection types (lists, tuples, sets, and dictionaries, to only mention the basics). They ...

    Details: http://www.meetup.com/PyNash/events/222936571/

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  • Tuesday
    Jun 23 2015
    NashFP

    A heathy serving of functional programming fun: Clojure, Elixir, Erlang, Elm, F#, Haskell, Idris, Lisp, Scala...

    Website
  • Thursday
    Jun 4 2015
    NashJS - ES6 Lab + Webpack and Lightning Talks

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Hey Folks!

    Join us for a night of Lightning talks and an ES6 + Webpack lab.

    • Jonathan Creamer will lead up the ES6 + Webpack lab.

    • Chris Wage will give a lightning talk on debugging with strace/dtruss.

    • Open mic.

    Please come with Node installed on your computer. If you need help join the NashDev Slack #javascript channel. nashjs.org/blog/post/nashdev-slack

    Food and Beverages sponsored by Lonely Planet.

    Venue provided by Emma.

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  • Thursday
    May 28 2015
    Jason Myers - Building CLIs that Click

    PyNash Thursday, May 28 at 6:00 PM

    No one wants to be the follow up to Jason Orendorff's amazing presentation last month; however, someone has to be. We've got Jason Myers as our sacrif...

    Details: http://www.meetup.com/PyNash/events/222155012/

    Website
  • Wednesday
    May 13 2015
    NashJS - Lightning Talks!

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    NashJS is hosting a night of lighting talks— 10-15 minute talks on a wide range of topics!

    Lightning talks are a great way to step into the world of speaking. Have an idea? Let us know, we can help you craft your talk!

    This month's talks:

    Immutable.js by Kevin Old

    Computer chess AI: algorithms, pitfalls, show & tell by Jason Orendorff

    Angular.js and Material Design by Andrew Butler

    React.js Tips by Bradley Gore

    High Performance Tooltips with Voronoi Selections by Scott Southworth

    Website
  • Thursday
    Apr 23 2015
    April: Jason Orendorff - See Python Run

    PyNash Thursday, April 23 at 6:00 PM

    Mozillian and JavaScript engine hacker Jason Orendorff will be reprising his PyTennessee talk "See Python Run".

    Details: http://www.meetup.com/PyNash/events/221659757/

    Website
  • Sunday
    Apr 19 2015
    NashMicro "Make Day"

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    A full day of making things together! Start a new project or work on an existing one. It doesn't matter as long as you come and do it with us. We'll hack on stuff all day and end with a show & tell.

    Got extra electronics parts you want to sell/trade? Bring them for swap & shop.

    For more details and to RSVP, visit: http://www.meetup.com/NashMicro/events/220628197/

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Apr 8 2015
    NashJS - Eliminate JavaScript Code Smells - Elijah Manor

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Have you ever written JavaScript that reeked, but you couldn’t quite figure out why? Or have you written code and immediately knew that it wasn’t good, but didn’t know a better way?

    Your JavaScript may pass JSHint, but that doesn’t mean it’s legit.

    “A code smell is a surface indication that usually corresponds to a deeper problem in the system” – Martin Fowler

    Most developers can smell brittle and fragile code a mile away, but it takes time and training to combat against these smells. Code smells scream to be refactored.

    In this session we will discuss various common smelly code snippets and discuss techniques on how we can eliminate and protect against their pungent odors creeping into your codebase.

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Apr 7 2015
    NashMicro: An Intro to mBed

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    NashMicro - The Nashville Microcontroller Makers Group

    mBed is a fairly new microcontroller platform developed by the ARM partners which enables you to easily program a microcontroller using an online comp...

    Details: http://www.meetup.com/NashMicro/events/212455562/

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Mar 31 2015
    Future Proof SEO: Content

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    GrowNashville: Startup Entrepreneurs, Hackers, & Web Experts Tuesday, March 31 at 6:30 PM

    Want to learn SEO, the Right way, for Free? Join us March 31 as we share a new methodology for long term SEO success with you and the rest of our gr...

    Details: http://www.meetup.com/Nashville-Startups/events/220693635/

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  • Thursday
    Mar 26 2015
    PyNash: Matthew Montgomery - Open Stack

    PyNash Thursday, March 26 at 6:00 PM

    OpenStack 101 Curious about OpenStack? Come learn what it is and how to start using it. This talk will introduce you to the different OpenStack proj...

    Details: http://www.meetup.com/PyNash/events/219816863/

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  • Tuesday
    Mar 24 2015
    NashFP Monthly Meeting

    Interested in functional programming (e.g. Clojure, Erlang, F# Haskell, Lisp, OCaml...)? In the Nashville-area?

    Dandy! Come join us. We are a curious and welcoming group. All skill-levels, platforms, backgrounds & languages welcome. Show off your favorite functional language and pose questions to the group.

    We meet at Emma on the 4th Tuesday of every month. There we have a projector, wifi, coffee, and assorted munchies.

    This month:

    Join us, won't you? Everyone's welcome.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Mar 11 2015
    NashJS - Full Metal Javascript / Landon Barnickle & Scott Southworth

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Scott Southworth and Landon Barnickle will present two talks this month.

    Please bring a laptop to follow along — we’re planning to take control of every laptop in the room as part of the presentation… It’ll be fun… for us.

    [ Full Metal Javascript: Going Full Stack on a Windows Network ] by Landon Barnickle

    Stuck in a conservative Microsoft-centric intranet? Run Node under the covers, sneak in with Windows Authentication and abscond with all the data you can find in SQL Server.

    Development, connectivity and deployment strategies with SPA and SOA.

    [ Sneak Peek: Cognition Javascript Framework ] by Scott Southworth

    Designed to replace Flex (or Angular or Sencha or GWT) in the enterprise, a preview of the upcoming open-source framework with the modularity of React and the simple extensibility of jQuery. And absolutely no capacity for SEO.

    We’ll be demoing these with HCA’s Transaction Lifecycle Management platform, an auditing system for message metadata that provides data visualizations for billions of point-to-point message transactions in near real-time. (Note: for those concerned, there is no personal Public Health Information in this system and some data will be de-identified —— for instance, HCA does not actually have a facility named ‘The Hospital of Bouncing Bunnies’ or a message type of ‘Cinnamon’).

    Website
  • Thursday
    Mar 5 2015
    CANCELED Nash.rb meetup

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Canceled due to weather

    Nash.rb Thursday, March 5 at 5:30 PM

    Details: http://www.meetup.com/nashrb/events/219881523/

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Mar 3 2015
    NashMicro - "Microchip Development Systems and Options" by David Starling

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Microchip makes the ever popular PIC line of microcontrollers. In this presentation, David Starling will show some of the development boards, libraries and software options primarily for 18F and 32 bit processors.

    For more details and to RSVP, go to: http://www.meetup.com/NashMicro/events/220643730/

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Feb 24 2015
    NashFP

    In the Nashville-area? Interested in functional programming (e.g. Clojure, Elixir, Elm, Erlang, F#, Haskell, Lisp, OCaml, 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.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Feb 11 2015
    NashJS - Become the Mozart of JavaScript: Why Composition Matters / Josh Mock

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Josh Mock introduces us to Composition and Functional programming in JavaScript.

    Website
  • Thursday
    Feb 5 2015
  • Tuesday
    Feb 3 2015
  • Thursday
    Jan 29 2015
    SEO for 2015: Architecture + Content + Engagement

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    The Nashville Web Design Meetup Group Thursday, January 29 at 6:30 PM

    Want to learn SEO, the Right way, for Free? Our joint meeting with the Nashville SEO Group will present a new methodology for describing & performing ...

    Details: http://www.meetup.com/webdesign-482/events/219884247/

    Website
  • Thursday
    Jan 22 2015
    C-c-c-combo Talk!: Systematic Biases and docopt

    PyNash Thursday, January 22 at 6:00 PM

    We have two talks this month! First up is Bill Israel. He'll be providing details on the docopt library. If you've ever struggled with argparse--and l...

    Details: http://www.meetup.com/PyNash/events/218998306/

    Website
  • Thursday
    Jan 8 2015
    Elixir with Bryan Hunter

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Nash.rb Thursday, January 8 at 5:30 PM

    5:30 welcome and introductions 5:45 open floor-- ask any question, open group discussion and announcement time 6:00 presentation: Bryan Hunter talking...

    Details: http://www.meetup.com/nashrb/events/219010780/

    Website
  • nash.rb - Bryan Hunter: Elixir

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Agenda:

    • 5:30 welcome and introductions

    • 5:45 open floor-- ask any question, open group discussion and announcement time

    • 6:00 presentation: Bryan Hunter talking about Elixir. Elixir is a functional programming language that has a Ruby-inspired syntax and powered by Erlang under the hood

    • 7:00 official meeting end

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Jan 6 2015
    NashMicro: "Qt5 + C++11" with Matthew Eshleman

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    RSVP for this event: http://www.meetup.com/NashMicro/events/212641762/

    Qt5 is an amazing graphical UI framework that can be used with devices of any size. Matthew will introduce us to Qt5 and show us how he uses it with C++ v11 features to be more productive in developing embedded applications. He'll teach us about:

    • Signals -> Slots
    • Vectors, Dictionaries, (oh my!)
    • Memory Management
    • Threads

    He'll also give examples of performance gains that can be achieved. This should be a great presentation!

    Matthew Eshleman has been leading, architecting, and coding software for embedded systems for nearly 15 years. During this time he has helped launch targets with as little as 4 KB of RAM on an 8 bit micro, to multicore SoC (System on a chip) targets with many hundreds of megabytes of RAM and FLASH. Most recently Matthew has been working on the Zynq platform, processing millions of floating point samples per second, while visualizing the data with Qt5 running on embedded Linux.

    We'll begin the meeting as always with show & tell. So, bring what you've been working on and tell everyone about it.

    Need help with your project? Bring it and ask for help.

    Food & drinks will be served at 6PM thanks to Synergy Systems. Show & Tell and the presentation will start no later than 6:30.

    Come join the fun and invite your friends!

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Dec 10 2014
    Nashville Joint User Group Holiday Party

    The Nashville developer community is doing some amazing things. Over the past few years, we've started and grown over 30 active user groups with thousands of members. We have set up three major conferences bringing out thousands more, both local and nationally. Finally, we've created a hackathon that is dominating the Southeast and is a model for bringing people together to make awesome things for both play and work.

    Because of all this, we're excited to invite you all out to join us as we celebrate another year of awesome during our 3rd annual Joint User Group Holiday party. This party is for anyone who slings code, especially those of us who partake regularly in one or more of the monthly user groups.

    FOOD and DRINK are included with your registration and IDs for alcohol will be checked as well. Bring yourself, your partner, and/or a driver if you are going to drink, and have a merry time with your fellow developers.

    Website
  • Sunday
    Nov 30 2014
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    Website
  • Tuesday
    Nov 25 2014
    NashFP

    Interested in functional programming (e.g. Clojure, Elixir, Erlang, F# Haskell, Lisp, OCaml,...)? In the Nashville-area?

    Dandy! Come join us. We are a curious and welcoming group. All skill-levels, platforms, backgrounds & languages welcome. Show off your favorite functional language and pose questions to the group.

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Oct 28 2014
    NashFP October meeting

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    In the Nashville-area? Interested in functional programming (e.g. Clojure, Elixir, Erlang, F#, Haskell, Lisp, OCaml, Scala,...)? Dandy! Come join us, and invite a friend. We're a curious and welcoming group. All skill-levels, platforms, backgrounds & languages welcome.

    This month:
    - Word time with Perkins and/or Calvin - Josh Bush - show-and-tell of PewPew (a game written in Elm) - Bryan Hunter - show-and-tell of Elixir's DocTest - Project Rosalind Dojo - [unconfirmed] Clojure transducer show-and-tell - Your show-and-tell, questions, and discussion

    Website
  • Saturday
    Oct 25 2014
    "The Internet's Own Boy" Screening and Discussion

    "The Internet's Own Boy depicts the life of American computer programmer, writer, political organizer and Internet activist Aaron Swartz. It features interviews with his family and friends as well as the internet luminaries who worked with him. The film tells his story up to his eventual suicide after a legal battle, and explores the questions of access to information and civil liberties that drove his work." - Archive.org

    Please join us during Open Access Week for an evening of information and discussion as we watch The Internet's Own Boy and afterward discuss the issues raised by the film, from copyright law to open government. Connect with other concerned citizens from the Nashville area and let's work toward an open government, open access and updated legislation.

    Doors open at 6:00PM, the film will start at 6:30PM, it's 1hr 45m long and a group discussion will be held afterward. Refreshments will be available.

    Website
  • Monday
    Oct 6 2014
    NashMicro: Designing & Building Enterprise Smart Glasses

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    This month we have a special treat! Jon Sharp from XOEye is going to share with us his experiences in designing and building enterprise smart glasses with a small team. Aside from showing & demonstrating their fantastically cool smart glasses, Jon will share with us...

    • Lessons learned in prototyping / production of HDI PCB design, assembly and testing.
    • The unique constraints of designing an advanced wearable computing device platform.
    • The challenges in working with contract manufacturers, vendors, and preparing designs for volume production.

    If you've ever dreamed of taking your invention into production or to a Kickstarter as a way to bring it to the masses, you do not want to miss this meeting.

    PLEASE RSVP see the below link for up-to-date info and discussions about the meeting.

    https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/cqtu992jptfihcguqkktaqh1tj4

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Sep 30 2014
    Nashville Meteor - Introduction to Meteor

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    This is our first meetup!

    A lot of attendees will be familiar with JavaScript and other frameworks but may not have tried Meteor yet. We will go over the basics and people are encouraged to share their experience working with Meteor.

    Food and drink provided by Meteor.

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Sep 2 2014
    NashMicro: Soldering workshop

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    At this meeting we'll be honing our soldering skills and getting ready for our soldering workshop at the Nashville Mini Maker Faire. If you've never soldered before, we'll teach you. If you know how to solder then you can teach someone else or hone your skills.

    I'll have 8 or 9 soldering stations there. So, if you have one that's easily transported you may want to bring it. I'll also have some simple soldering projects everyone can use. Also, I have our MAKE soldering kits for the Faire and you can purchase one of them to practice with at the meeting for $2.

    http://www.makershed.com/products/learn-to-solder-skill-badge-kit

    We'll begin the meeting as always with show & tell. So, bring what you've been working on and tell everyone about it.

    Need help with your project? Bring it and ask for help.

    Food & drinks will be served at 6PM thanks to Synergy Systems. Show & Tell and the presentation will start no later than 6:30.

    Come join the fun and invite your friends!

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Aug 26 2014
    NashFP August meeting

    In the Nashville-area? Interested in functional programming (e.g. Clojure, Erlang, F#, Haskell, Lisp, OCaml, 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.

    This month:

    • “Word Time” with Matt Perkins (going to embarrass us all with a theme song)
    • Sonny Scroggin - show and tell of an Elixir XMPP project
    • Mark Wutka - ICFP Programming Contest problem and answer
    • Amber Adams on Oz
    Website
  • Thursday
    Jul 3 2014
  • WiTT's June Event - Career Coaching and Development with Jeff Beaudin

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Topic: "Career Coaching and Development" with Jeff Beaudin

    June 24th is Part 1 of the three part series presented by WiTT on "Planning for Career Success" Part two and three will be the July and August meetings and will need to be registered for separately. Be sure to also save the dates for -

    Part 2 - July 29th (After Hours) - A panel of local IT recruiters duscuss hiring trends and opportunities

    Part 3 - August 26th (lunch) - Kate Herman of The Nashville Business Journal discusses "Networking for Career Success "

    To REGISTER - http://t.e2ma.net/message/bufof/76aaid

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Jun 3 2014
    NashMicro: Remote Sensing with the Raspberry Pi

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    This month Josh Long is going to introduce us to the Raspberry Pi and his remote sensor project. He'll take us through the steps to build a data collection device using an Raspberry Pi which will sample a physical value and store it in a cloud service to observe changes over time. We'll start from the ground up by flashing an SD card and getting the OS ready. Then we'll explore a couple different options for reading devices on the RPI. Finally, we will get the RPi connected to the Internet and begin shipping data to our aggregation service.

    To RSVP and for the latest info, please go to: https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/c89hp74og2nlknnvm7t6cjkju8c

    Website
  • Wednesday
    May 14 2014
  • Tuesday
    May 6 2014
    NashMicro: Distributed Robots with Erlang & Elixir

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    PLEASE RSVP at: https://plus.google.com/events/c9n8viu8dbr6075g0hpssfufplc

    We'll begin the meeting as always with show & tell. So, bring what you've been working on and tell everyone about it. If you're stuck and need help, bring it and let's see if we can figure it out. If you built something at Hack Day or maybe have finished up something you started at Hack Day, then bring it and show everyone what they missed.

    Then for the main event, Josh Adams and Robby Clements are traveling up from Rocket Town USA (aka Huntsville, AL) to show us their experiments in using Erlang & Elixir to control distributed robots. They'll start off with a survey of robotics in Erlang & Elixir and then dive into some specific, fun projects such as: - Controlling a Sphero - Controlling a Parrot AR Drone - Using JInterface on Android to control GPIO on the Raspberry Pi via Erlang distribution

    This is surely a presentation you do not want to miss!

    Food & drinks will be served at 6PM thanks to Synergy Systems. Show & Tell and the presentation will start no later than 6:30.

    Need help with your project? Bring it and we'll help you out after the presentation.

    Come join the fun and invite your friends!

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Apr 22 2014
    NashFP meetup

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Interested in functional programming (e.g. Clojure, Erlang, F# Haskell, Lisp, OCaml...)? In the Nashville-area?

    Dandy! Come join us. We are a curious and welcoming group. All skill-levels, platforms, backgrounds & languages welcome. Show off your favorite functional language and pose questions to the group.

    We meet each month for a lab (think three hour code camp). There we have a projector, WIFI, coffee, and assorted munchies.

    This month:

    • Matt Perkins continues his “word time” series
    • Jason Orendorff shows a little JavaScript he stumbled across that he thinks is kind of neat
    • John Daily talks about / demonstrates a distributed algorithms project he's working on
    • and talks about Riak too
    • Luke Sandell presents symbolic math in F#
    • A proposal from Nate West
    • Plus: your show and tell, questions, and more.
    Website
  • Tuesday
    Feb 25 2014
  • Friday
    Feb 21 2014
    PyTennessee Sprints, Day 1

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Like PyCon and many other conferences, PyTennessee features sprints—collaborative work sessions where you'll expand and improve open-source projects. Sprinters work on fixing bugs, adding features, writing documentation, and pretty much any task that improves a project.

    Sprints will take place on Feb 21, 22, and 23 (Friday through Sunday) at Emma's headquarters. Sprinting begins at 6 PM each night and has not particular end time. Come for as much or as little as you can. There's no separate sprint registration.

    All you need is a laptop.

    More details, including projects you could help with(!): http://pytennessee.org/sprints/

    PyCon Code of Conduct: http://pytennessee.org/about/conduct/

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Feb 19 2014
    Code + Pinot Night, Girl Geek Dinner

    On February 19, 2014 @ 6:00pm in Nashville, Girl Geek Dinner Nashville hosting a Code + Pinot night. Join a group learning event where women and men of all skill levels and ages 21+ get together to learn how to code and meet new people.

    If you've never written a line of code in your life, but you want to learn, we want you here! If you’re a super awesome programmer that wants to help other people learn we want you here! We will be learning with codeschool.com through our own Girl Geek Dinner community group. They offer fun and easy to understand online video lessons and then gamified hands on learning following each video. You may choose any subject you would like to learn about. View courses here.

    Code + Pinot checklist for attendees:

    Bring your excited self (and a friend or DD!) Bring your favorite bottle of wine, grape juice or snack. Have a browser & ear buds for the video lesson portion of learning (we like Chrome, but any browser will do!) Make sure you sign up for a codeschool.com subscription in one of two ways:

    1. Sign up for the event here on eventbrite and we'll make sure that codeschool.com will send you an email to sign up and pay for your subscription and you will be automatically added to the Girl Geek community group on codeschool.com.

    2. If you're already signed up on codeschool.com then you're all set! *Note to be added to the Girl Geek community group on codeschool.com, we must hear from you by February 18th, 2014 at 11AM central time.

    Come hack with us!

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Jan 8 2014
  • Tuesday
    Oct 22 2013
    NashFP (October meeting)

    In the Nashville-area? Interested in functional programming (e.g. Clojure, Erlang, F#, Haskell, Lisp, OCaml, 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. If brains start hurting we can adjourn to a nearby restaurant, coffee shop, or bar.

    Website
  • Friday
    Oct 18 2013
    HackNashville
    through
    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    48 hours, devs and product creatives only.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Oct 9 2013
    NashJS Monthly Meetup - Ryan Macy (CouchDB Intro)

    Want to learn more about Couchdb? This talk is for you. Yes you -- intelligent mastermind planning world domination... who else could it be for?

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Sep 11 2013
  • Thursday
    Sep 5 2013
  • Wednesday
    Aug 14 2013
    NashJS Hacknight

    Join us for a night of hacking & food! This is a potluck night, so we encourage you tasty homemade goodies!

    Website
  • Thursday
    Aug 1 2013
    Presentation topic: SQL for Rails developers

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    The Nashville Ruby on Rails Meetup Group Thursday, August 1 at 5:30 PM

    Details: http://www.meetup.com/nashvillerails/events/123051622/

    Website
  • Thursday
    Jul 18 2013
    MODX Nashville

    Join us for an introduction to the MODX content management system. We'll get a demo site set up and talk about some of MODX's unique features.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Jul 10 2013
    NashJS - Unit testing yourJavaScript using Mocha and Node

    Everyone please come out to the next NashJS meetup. Wednesday July 10th @ 6pm at the Emma Bistro! Josh Mock will present on Unit testing yourJavaScript using Mocha and Node.

    Please RSVP at https://plus.google.com/events/ct0jkrh1bbd7cl16j5chjctpjeo

    Abstract: An introduction to writing JavaScript unit tests that can be run from the command line using Mocha and Node.js. We will cover how to set up and run a test suite, some useful tools to help make writing useful tests easier, and tips on how to write testable code.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Jun 12 2013
  • Saturday
    Jun 1 2013
    Nashville Hack For Change
    through
    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    National Day of Civic Hacking is a national event that will take place June 1-2, 2013, in cities across the nation. The event will bring together citizens, software developers, and entrepreneurs from all over the nation to collaboratively create, build, and invent new solutions using publicly-released data, code and technology to solve challenges relevant to our neighborhoods, our cities, our states and our country. National Day of Civic Hacking will provide citizens an opportunity to do what is most quintessentially American: roll up our sleeves, get involved and work together to improve our society.

    Website
  • Thursday
    May 30 2013
    NUX Meetup: ROI of UX, with Susan Culkin and Karen Wieckert

    Nashville UX Thursday, May 30 at 7:00 PM

    For developers and manufacturers, the advantages of creating usable products far outweigh the costs. The rule of thumb: Every dollar invested in ease ...

    Details: http://www.meetup.com/Nashville-UX/events/111752222/

    Website
  • Saturday
    May 11 2013
    Ladies' Hack Day

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Ladies' Hack day is a day for women of all skill levels and ages to get together and build something radical. If you’ve never written a line of code in your life, but you want to learn, we want you here! If you’re a super awesome programmer who knows more about compilers than Grace Hopper, we’re honored to have you. You’ll leave with a fully functioning project that you can call your own.

    We'll provide coffee, tea, lunch, and cupcakes. You provide your awesome self.

    Guests of all genders are welcome, as long as male attendees are the personal guests of ladies.

    We request that non-ladies ask a lady friend to reserve them a ticket on Eventbrite.

    Website
  • Thursday
    May 9 2013
    Brain Storming for Hack for Change Nashville

    This is a event pre-meeting to brain storm projects that could be worked on during the event. The goal is to identify which projects need state/city support either by resources or on-going maintenance to insure we can get that support.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    May 8 2013
    NashJS: Mastering Async - Promises and Control Flow

    We spend a lot of time waiting in JavaScript. We wait for images to load, for the DOM to be ready, for the server to send us a response. As our applications grow, all this waiting quickly becomes a burden. The code we write gets uglier and harder to scale.

    In this talk, we'll discuss common pitfalls surrounding asynchronous programming in JavaScript. We'll learn what promises are and how they can make waiting easier. And together we'll write a new control flow library, backed by the power of promises, that enables us to improve our code and master async behavior.

    Presentation by Pachet.

    See you at the Bistro!

    Website
  • Friday
    May 3 2013
    HackNashville
    through
    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    HackNashville is a 48-hour hackathon - by developers, for developers. Some people form teams, but it's not required. A few people stay overnight, but you can come-and-go as you please. What you work on is up to you. Food and drink is provided all weekend. Everything is free.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Apr 10 2013
    NashJs

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    NashJs

    Nashville's Javascript User Group is having their first meeting at the Emma Bistro Cafe.


    Title:

    What is "this" all about?

    Talk Summary:

    The resolution of “this” in JavaScript is an oft-confusing subject for developers. Functions are first-class objects in JS, meaning they can be defined and invoked in many ways. I aim to take the magic out of “this”, scoping, identifier resolution, and prototypes/inheritance by describing how the interpreter will create the function object in each scenario.

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Apr 9 2013
    Nashville PHP User Group

    Introduction to Propel

    Propel is an open-source Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) for PHP5. It allows you to access your database using a set of objects, providing a simple API for storing and retrieving data. This talk will focus on how to get up and running with Propel and some basic usage including how to manage your database schema, generate objects, and create-read-update-delete (CRUD) records.

    Website
  • Saturday
    Mar 30 2013
    Nashville Code Co-op Talk Day

    Emma's Bistro Cafe
    • short tech talks in the morning
    • lunch catered in
    • hacking, conversation, fun

    The speakers are Nashville developers. The topics are all over the map: algorithms, networking, science, education, fraud, functional programming, simple machine learning, JavaScript.

    Pay what you want ($5 is fine) and reserve your seat.

    Contact: jason.orendorff at gmail or @jorendorff on twitter.

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Mar 26 2013
    NashFP (Nashville Functional Programmers)

    Interested in functional programming (e.g. Clojure, Erlang, F# Haskell, Lisp, OCaml...)? In the Nashville-area?

    Dandy! Come join us. We are a curious and welcoming group. All skill-levels, platforms, backgrounds & languages welcome. Show off your favorite functional language and pose questions to the group.

    We meet each month on the fourth Tuesday for a lab (think three hour code camp). There we have a projector, WIFI, coffee, and assorted munchies.

    Website
  • Tuesday
    Mar 12 2013
    Nashville PHP User Group – Keeping it Small: Getting to Know the Slim Micro Framework

    Learn what the big deal is about PHP micro frameworks by taking a tour through an application written in Slim PHP. I'll briefly introduce you to some high level concepts, show how those concepts can be implemented in Slim, and see how powerful and elegant micro framework can be.

    Bio:

    Jeremy Kendall has been dabbling in PHP since 2001 and has been developing professionally since 2007. Jeremy spent the first few year of his professional career working with large frameworks, but has since moved in the micro-framework direction, with special attention payed to Slim and dependency management with Composer. Beyond the simple pleasures of daily web development, Jeremy has developed a passion for testing, a love for best practices, and the desire to share that knowledge with others. Toward that end he was the founder of the Memphis PHP user group and organized that group for two years. Jeremy has since moved to Nashville, TN and is getting involved in the PHP community there.

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  • Thursday
    Mar 7 2013
    Rails meetup with lightning talks

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Anyone can give a 5-minute (timed) presentation to the group. We will try to get 12 in if possible.

    Please work on a 5-minute talk for the group on anything regarding web-development, programming, or something interesting to programmers and Rails developers.

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  • Tuesday
    Feb 26 2013
  • Tuesday
    Feb 12 2013
    PHP UG: Web Application Security

    Nashville PHP User Group — Web Application Security with Jason Orendorff

    We all know security is important, but it never seems important right now. The client isn’t worried about it. The users don’t care about it. It’s rarely taught and it’s hard to pick up on the job.

    This talk is about filling in the gaps in our understanding of Web security. More than that, it's about how to think about security—and how a good understanding of security can lead to better code overall.

    We’ll cover the fundamentals and walk through four major classes of vulnerabilities that are common in real-world web applications, with examples.

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  • Tuesday
    Jan 22 2013
    NashFP - Nashville Functional Programmers

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Agenda: + Cory Watson (a local developer for Twitter) will give us a tour of Scala and maybe a boot-camp on getting started + Stories from people who worked on the "Banking ATM" exercises + Open show-and-tell (bring something you think is neat) + Bryan Hunter will give a practice run of "Three cheers to the Erlang Runtime System" before his talk at ErlangDC.

    About NashFP: In the Nashville-area? Interested in functional programming (e.g. Clojure, Erlang, F#, Haskell, Lisp, OCaml, 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. If brains start hurting we can adjourn to a nearby restaurant, coffee shop, or bar.

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  • Thursday
    Jan 17 2013
    Nashville .NET User Group: Career Lab

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Join us for a great night of hands-on geek fun and learning. To follow-up our career panel, we would like to continue our discussion on career development with a lab focused on important skills such as communication and interviewing.

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  • Thursday
    Jan 10 2013
    NashDotNet - Career Panel Discussion

    To kick off 2013, we have assembled a panel of managers, community leaders, and recruiters to discuss the current Nashville job market. This will be an open discussion on the state of technology, as well as things you can do to help improve your career in 2013. We hope you’ll join us for a lively discussion on how we can all make 2013 the best year yet!

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  • Tuesday
    Jan 8 2013
    PHP UG: The Art of Software Design with Jim Sieglenski

    Nashville PHP User Group The Art of Software Design with Jim Sieglenski

    What is good software? What is good software design? When does something become great? There's an entire world beyond "it works." In this talk we’ll explore the path to get to this new world. We’ll contrast the focused practice of engineering with the holistic practices and philosophies of the world’s best designers.

    Jim Siegienski is a technology leader bringing nearly 20 years of experience ranging from startups to Fortune 50 companies. He has led innovation at such notable companies as United Health Group and financial guru Dave Ramsey's Lampo Group. Jim is on a mission to inspire and illuminate creative wisdom in himself and others. He currently resides in Nashville with his wife Shelly and their four boys.

    This meet up is sponsored by GreenPal.

    Details: http://www.nashvillephp.org/events/96864022/

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  • Tuesday
    Nov 13 2012
    Data Networking for Developers

    Nashville PHP User Group Tuesday, November 13 at 6:00 PM

    We're got a great presentation this month with Jason's presentation to educate all us app developers on how our application actually works and the har...

    Details: http://www.nashvillephp.org/events/85240312/

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  • Saturday
    Nov 10 2012
    Nashville hack day

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    This is a time to work on projects, meet new people, and be creative. Some of us will be focusing on open source projects, but it’s not required. People will be on hand to talk git/github as well as getting started contributing to your favorite project.

    Space is limited, so registration is required. This event is full but you can get on the waiting list: https://nashvillehackday.eventbrite.com/

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  • Thursday
    Oct 25 2012
    “How We Built a QA Center of Excellence (COE) and Matured along the Way” by Joey Howe

    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    “How We Built a QA Center of Excellence (COE) and Matured along the Way” by Joey Howe When Thu, October 25, 11:30am – 1:30pm Where Emma Nashville, 11 Lea Ave., Nashville, TN 37210 (map) Description Join NASQP for our first "Lunch and Learn" session. The topic this time will be performance testing. Our guest speaker will be Joey Howe from Advanced Marketplace.

    He will speak to the group about his role at Bank of America helping to build a QA Center of Excellence (CoE) in testing. Joey will explain the how the BoA QA Center of Excellence facilitated the following-
    ■Helped eliminate redundancies and increase efficiencies across projects
    ■Assisted with standardization of processes
    ■Centralized testing resources
    ■Fostered the use of best practices to deliver quality applications

    Joey is currently an account exceutive for HP Apps US at his firm and has worked for OpTier, HP, Bank of America, and Duke Energy. He holds a Computer Science degree from UNC and lives with his family in Charlotte, NC. He enjoys travel, software, and playing with his two kids, Emma and Connor.

    Light lunch will be served.

    Program Schedule:
    Networking and lunch served: 11:30-12N
    Intro and Presentation: 12-1:00pm
    Networking and clean-up: 1-1:30pm

    There is free parking near the building.


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  • Friday
    Oct 12 2012
    HackNashville: Hacktoberfest
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    Emma's Bistro Cafe

    Eat. Sleep .Hack

    Hacker, Designer, Nerd, Geek, Coder, Creative, Artist, Innovator, Ninja, Rockstar, Programmer, Developer...whatever you refer to yousef as, you're invited to Hacktoberfest, HackNashville's 2nd and sure to be best weekend of awesome coming this October 12th.

    Hack Nashville: Hacktoberfest is dedicated to those who make it happen; an event that celebrates the creative and technical talents required for building anything of value in today's world of APIs, smart phones, and distributed computing. It's a 48-hour weekend of frantic programming, designing, and iterating. We have fun. We drink beer. We make awesome stuff.

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  • Wednesday
    Oct 10 2012
    NTC User Group Roundtable

    We hope a representative from your tech user groups can join us for a night of sharing best practices.

    Meeting Format: Scrum Meeting A representative from each group will answer three questions - What does our group well? - What could we do better? - What is the best way for the NTC to help our group? (ex: meeting space)

    We’ll then use the remaining time to allow groups to ask questions to cross pollinate best practices.

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  • Thursday
    Sep 20 2012
    NashDotNet Lab - Functional Web Testing

    This session lays out the fundamentals of working with automated functional testing. We’ll start with discussing how important clear acceptance criteria are, then do practical implementations of functional tests dealing with common situations such as input validation, AJAX delays, and yes, downloading Zip files. Along the way you’ll pick up critical concepts like dealing with a web page’s DOM, element locators, and tools to help you interact with these. You’ll also learn UI automation programming concepts like the Page Object Pattern, implicit and explicit waits, and modularizing your tests.

    This session focuses primarily on automating web tests, but many of the same concepts can be applied to other UI environments too. Demos and labs will be in C# using WebDriver, but we’ll also discuss Watir, MS Web Test, and Telerik’s Test Studio. You’ll also learn how Jeff Morgan’s page_objects gem might be a great fit for your environment if you’re working with Ruby. We’ll briefly cover acceptance tools like Fitness and Cucumber, and how they can bring great value to your process, too.

    You’ll leave this session having learned how to deal with functional testing from A to Z. You’ll also learn critical factors for success in keeping your tests running quickly, and avoiding brittle tests that break frequently.

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  • Thursday
    Sep 13 2012
    NashDotNet - Data Networking for Developers

    With the emphasis on RESTful APIs and Service Oriented Architectures, it’s easy to forget the impact that network elements can have on application performance. In this talk, we will cover firewalls, load balancers, and caching from a network centric view. Then, we will cover how to map data flow throughout your application. We will follow that up with a discussion about how virtualization and storage can affect your application performance and how to account for it in your architectural design. Finally, we’ll investigate how to use New Relic for Application Performance Management, and Wireshark to make sure communications are occurring the way you expect them too.

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