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Every First Tuesday

Every first Tuesday is our official meetup where we get together at EvoNexus* for presentations from the community and then chat at a local bar. Talks generally range from 30 to 90 minutes and are of any web or JavaScript related topic.

* always check to rsvp and verify the venue!

Every Second Wednesday

Every second Wednesday is our official Ember meetup where we get together primarily at EvoNexus* for presentations, workshops, or casual discussion. We then carry our conversations to a local bar for some drinks.

* sometimes this won't be on Wednesday, or at EvoNexus so always check to rsvp and verify the venue!

Every Third Tuesday

Every third Tuesday is our informal Hacknight at Fanpics where we get together for beer, pizza, chat, and code. Members of all skill levels are welcome and it's a good time for questions and discussion. If you have a particular topic, post on the meetup board to gain interest.

Check out this page for more info on parking!

Every Fourth Tuesday

Every fourth Tuesday is our North County meetup where we get together at WalmartLabs in Carlsbad for a Javascript related talk and then head over to Pizza Port Bressi Ranch for continued socializing.

Check to rsvp and check out the topic for this month.

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