The Austin Blockchain Collective Community Meetup group is a monthly educational and community meeting. The meetings generally cover news from the Collective, and showcase the blockchain and crypto innovation happening in and around Austin.
PyLadiesATX is a social/professional group for lady Python enthusiasts at every experience level. Beginners are always welcome! We represent Pythonistas from a wide variety of disciplines and interest areas – full-time developers and hobbyists alike.
Unless otherwise noted, PyLadiesATX events are exclusively for PyLadies and their invited guests. We are a group for women and other gender minorities. Trans women are welcome and recognized as women. If you are a woman who enjoys learning about and writing Python, we would love to have you come join us.
This group is for those Interested in Elixir and/or Erlang and using them to develop distributed, fault-tolerant and reliable applications.
* Lonestar ElixirConf (http://lonestarelixir.com)
* ElixirConf (https://elixirconf.com/)
* IntelliJ Elixir (https://github.com/KronicDeth/intellij-elixir)
* Elixir (http://elixir-lang.org)
Anyone that does C/C++ development, LLVM development in the Central Texas area, and anyone that’s interested in learning more about the LLVM compiler infrastructure is welcome to join. Our format will be a brief technical discussion, then time at the end for discussion and socialization.
Join this local Austin group to discuss and present Technical topics on Big Data, AI , Machine Learning, Deep Learning, AI related technologies.
This is a group for software and hardware engineers of Hispanic ethnicity to showcase their knowledge and experience, and to build their professional network. If you’re not Hispanic, this is a great place to get to know Austin’s Hispanic hacker community! Our meetings feature topics in software and hardware technology presented by Austin’s Hispanic hackers. Come meet with us, showcase your accomplishments, learn from each other, and get to know your fellow Hispanic hackers! All skill levels and career stages are welcome.
Meet other local fans and aficionados of WordPress, the Internet’s most popular content management system. From beginner to blogger, super-admin to developer, we love all types of WordPress users, fanatics, enthusiasts and code wranglers. Our goal is to provide the wonderful community with a chance to network, share ideas, and learn from each other.
Austin On Rails is the original Ruby on Rails user group in Austin, Texas. We meet on 4th Tuesdays at Capital Factory. Founded before Rails went 1.0.
Attend this free talk to enjoy some pizza and learn how to become a web developer!
Are you new to programming with a goal of landing a job as a web developer? Then listen up!
Companies across all industries — from agriculture to automotive and real estate to retail — are hiring developers. In fact there is so much demand, that by 2020 there will be 1.4 million more software development jobs in the US than applicants who can fill them (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics).
In this special talk led by The Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin, you’ll learn how boot camps have emerged to help fill this gap and how they utilize market-driven curricula to help train individuals like you with the necessary skills for this growing industry in 12 weeks full-time or 24 weeks part-time — without needing prior experience. You simply need to be 18 or above with a High School Diploma or GED to apply to The Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin.
Enjoy free pizza and learn about:
Local demand for web developers
Skills you need to get a job as a web developer
How boot camps work
Info on The Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin (plus a special offer for members of this meetup group!)
We’ll also have a Q&A session and networking time with your fellow aspiring developers!
*This Boot Camp is Powered by Trilogy Education Services, a 2U, Inc. brand.
6:30 to 7:00: Check-In/Pizza/Networking
7:00 to 7:20: Welcome & Presentation
7:20 to 7:35: Q&A Session
7:35 to 8:00: Wrap-Up/More Networking
BitAngels is the oldest crypto investors network founded in Austin TX in 2013. Now it has global reach. We connect projects with investors and bring world crypto industry leaders to meet local communities around the world.