This Thursday: Talks on Functional Networking and on Building a 3D Renderer in Swift

In this Thursday’s meeting of Seattle Xcoders, we’ve got two cool talks:

  • Functional Networking - Allen Ussher
  • Building a 3D Renderer in Swift - Drew Ingebretsen

Doors open at 6:30 pm Thursday night (July 11) at Zulily. Don’t miss out!

And, after the meeting, consider going to the Cyclops for more chatting with fellow developers, testers, designers, and support folks. (We’re always in the restaurant section in the back — and you can get there by walking with the train of people from Zulily to the Cyclops. It’s just a few blocks.)

Tuesday means NSCoder Night Seattle! Let’s all hang out at Wayward Coffeehouse (6411 Roosevelt Way NE) from 7 to 10 pm.

Bring a laptop. Bring a project if you want to get help with it. Xcoders people like to help. :)

It’s your regular Tuesday night NSCoder Night Seattle! It’s at Wayward Coffeehouse (6411 Roosevelt Way NE) from 7 to 10 pm.

Bring a laptop and a project. Or just bring you. Everyone will be happy to see you. :)

It’s the fourth Thursday, so we’re doing an unofficial Seattle Xcoders meeting — no actual meeting! — at the Cyclops, starting around 6:30 pm. Thursday (tomorrow).

We’re in the restaurant section, in the back. Try the Super Bueno Burger. :)

NSCoder Night Seattle is tonight! Like every Tuesday night. It’s at Wayward Coffeehouse (6411 Roosevelt Way NE) from 7 to 10 pm.

Bring a laptop and a project. Or neither, we guess, and just be ready to help people. :)

Xcoders Community Podcast #1

Welcome to the Xcoders Community Podcast! Your hosts Liz Marley and Jared Sorge give an introduction to Xcoders, what makes it special, and why in the world we decided to do a podcast.

Have a question? Reach out to info@seattlexcoders.org!

Tonight is NSCoder Night Seattle! It’s every Tuesday night at Wayward Coffeehouse (6411 Roosevelt Way NE) from 7 to 10 pm.

Bring a laptop and a project. That’s it. And remember that actually seeing people and talking to them is healthy. :)

This Thursday: Seven Short Talks on What We Learned at WWDC

In this Thursday’s meeting of Seattle Xcoders, we’ll have seven short talks on what we learned at WWDC. People will have had just a week to prepare! By which we mean expect raw enthusiasm over super-in-depth details — which is fun. :)

Doors open at 6:30 pm Thursday night at Zulily. Be there!

And consider going to the Cyclops after the meeting for more WWDC talk. (And food and/or beverage, soft or hard, of your choice. We’ll be in the restaurant section in the back.)

NSCoder Night Seattle is tonight! It’s every Tuesday night at Wayward Coffeehouse (6411 Roosevelt Way NE) from 7 to 10 pm.

Bring a laptop and a project. Be ready to help people, or get help, or both. And maybe consider decaf so you’re not up too late tonight. :)

There‘s a special Seattle Xcoders fifth-Thursday unofficial meeting this week. Note: it’s not at the Cyclops! It’s at the Waterwheel in Ballard. Starting at 6:30 pm.

No presentation. Just hanging out. Should be especially fun given that WWDC is next week. :)

It’s NSCoder Night Seattle! It takes place every Tuesday night at Wayward Coffeehouse (6411 Roosevelt Way NE) from 7 to 10 pm. Put it on your calendar. Make it repeat weekly.

Bring a laptop and a project. That’s it. :)

Redmond Xcoders meets Thursday at 7pm at Thinkspace.

Liz Marley will present “I’m a Coder: NSCoding & Codable.” Liz writes:

Is Codable just a new name for NSCoding? Why do we have both? Can we use them together? You may also want to attend this talk if you’ve been meaning to support state restoration.

It’s a new thing, but its foundational — every Mac and iOS developer should know about Codable.

Seattle Xcoders unofficial meeting — no presentations, no actual meeting — is this Thursday at 6:30 pm at the Cyclops. We’re in the back, in the restaurant section. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend!

Surely we’ll all be talking about what’s to come at WWDC. :)

It’s NSCoder Night Seattle! Takes place every Tuesday night at Wayward Coffeehouse (6411 Roosevelt Way NE) from 7 to 10 pm. Put it on your calendar.

All you need is a laptop with a working keyboard and a project. The project doesn’t have to be working. :)