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Every First Tuesday

Every first Tuesday is our official meetup where we get together at Zeeto* for presentations from the community and then chat at a local bar. Talks generally range from 5 minute lightning talks to 45 minute full-length and are of any web or JavaScript related topic.

* always check meetup.com to rsvp and verify the venue!

Every Second Wednesday

Every second Wednesday is our official Ember meetup where we get together primarily at LEARN Academy* for presentations, workshops, or casual discussion.

* always check meetup.com to rsvp and verify the venue!



Every Third Tuesday

Every third Tuesday is our informal BYOP (Bring Your Own Project) Night at Dev Bootcamp where we get together for food, drink, chats, and codes. 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.

* always check meetup.com to rsvp and verify the venue!

Every Third Thursday

Every third Thursday is our Node.js Social Hour where we get together at Zesty.io downtown. This is an informal hangout so feel free to stop by bring your laptop have a cold beverage and chat about problems or solutions you're dealing with in Node.

* always check meetup.com to rsvp and verify the venue



Recent Community Posts

  • Source Intelligence Front End Web Developer - 01 May 2016 by sandiego.js

    Make a Real Difference If you want your work to make a difference in the world, we are the company for you! Founded in 2010, San Diego based Source Intelligence (www.sourceintelligence.com) is a well-funded market leader that directly impacts the environment ensuring that companies supply chains are socially and environmentally responsible by meeting legal and ethical standards worldwide. Make an Impact We want you to go home every day with the satisfaction that what you...

  • Course Key Front End Web Developer - 20 Mar 2016 by sandiego.js

    Company Description CourseKey is a growing innovative education software company that utilizes student devices to create a more engaging and effective classroom experience. We are looking for a Front End Web Developer to work closely with our development team to refine the current web application and enhance user experience. Founded in 2014, our platform is currently being used by over 100 large lectures in several universities with thousands of users across the country and we...

  • BYOP February 2016 - 16 Feb 2016 by sandiego.js

    On the third Tuesday of every month we get together and work on javascript projects, learn from each other, and generally hang out. Bring your own project (BYOP), your questions, your ideas, and a six pack of your favorite beer. RSVP at Meetup.com Want to give a talk? We typically host six to ten 5 minute lightning talks each month. We're want to hear you speak and we're here to help you give a talk....

  • 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...

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