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San Diego's JavaScript Community

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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.

Recent Community Posts

  • San Diego JS Monthly Meeting - 02 Feb 2016 by sandiego.js

    San Diego Javascript meets the first Tuesday of each month, at Zeeto Downtown. We typically have four talks and then stick around for drinks and socializing. The meetup starts @ 7:30 pm you can park in any available Zeeto parking spots (see the map). Speakers This month we will have four lightning talks. Scott Nakada: Startup MVP in 54hrs Using JS and Angular Kimbra Brookstein: San Diego Dev Bootcamp Andy Fleming: You aren’t using PM2?!...

  • Vanilla JS in the Browser Workshop - 30 Jan 2016 by sandiego.js

    So you've learned jQuery... and you're wondering how the magic really works? Or maybe you haven't learned jQuery yet but you know the basics of JS syntax? Come on down to JavaScript town at Zeeto and learn how to interact with the DOM, write your own XHR handler, interact with browser cookies, and write event handlers at this 🍦Vanilla JavaScript in the Browser🍦 workshop. Skills you have: General knowledge of JavaScript syntax Have used helper...

  • SanDiego.js Community in the new year - 16 Jan 2016 by sandiego.js

    Opening thoughts :) The organizers for the SanDiego.js Community did something different at the beginning of this year. We got together for a kick-off meeting to talk about what we did in 2015, and what our goals are for 2016. In hindsight, we don't now why we haven't done this before. We have a lot of great changes in store for this year and always welcome feedback. So please take the time to look over...

  • Full-Stack Software Engineer w/ Node.js – Intuit ( – San Diego, CA - 05 Nov 2015 by sandiego.js

    Position Description Our Client is currently recruiting a Full-Stack Software Engineer to work on an exciting project working with Node.js in the Consumer Tax Group. Our Client is looking for an experienced Engineer of all things WebDev – someone who loves the idea of working daily on both server side Node Services and HTML/CSS/JS making amazing experiences come to life. Expert development experience with NodeJS. (1+ Years) and JavaScript (5+ Years) Proven delivery of sophisticated...

  • Speaker Workshop - 29 Sep 2015 by sandiego.js

    Share your knowledge and experience with sandiego.js! We know some of you would like to present but hesitate to do so for various reasons. For that reason, we are offering a workshop that will help you: Pick a topic to present Structure the presentation Make it interesting Make it concise This workshop will be interactive. Organizers will give short presentations followed by facilitated small group activities aimed at building the outline for some talks. You...

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