This month Europe Code Week celebrates its third birthday. And like the two previous years we’ve worked together with user group organizers to set up multiple (beginners) workshops in light of Europe Code Week. Or #CodeEU, for the Twitter fanatics.
A snap shot from our 2013 Ruby-flavored Europe Code Week workshop.
From October 9th until the 11th Refugee Hack Vienna will partly take place at sektor5. The aim is to unite the expertise of programmers, designers and software projectmanagers to create technical solutions to help refugees and/or people that help refugees. On Friday evening there will be the Opening Ceremony at sektor5, followed by a discussion an team forming. You can still sign up.
Tuesday October 13th the Node.js Vienna User Group plans a NodeSchool. NodeSchool is for people totally new to programming, as well as experienced programmers looking to try a new language or skillset. You can still sign up via meetup.com.
On Wednesday the Clojure Vienna User Group set up a Clojure Coding Dojo, especially for beginners. They will help you get all up & running (including a Clojure working
environment) and you need absolutely-no-prior-experience with Clojure (or programming) to get started. If you want to come prepared, a detailed setup guide for different environments (Windows, Mac, Linux) can be found here: ClojureBridge setup. Sign up for the Clojure workshop on meetup.com.
Just outside Code Week, but still fun-as-hell: Friday October 30th the Meteor User Group Vienna runs a Meteor Master Class, where you will learn step-by-step how to build a modular distributed Meteor application that is easy to test and scale. Along the way you will also learn about Dependency Injection, Domain Driven Design, Event Sourcing, Command-Query Responsibility Segregation, React / Flux, Event Driven Systems and much more. Definitely one heck of a workshop for the ones already familiar with the basics of Meteor.
We hope to see you at sektor5 next week. Keep coding.