NSIndy, Indianapolis' new NSCoder Night
July 10, 2010
Hello. I'm Justin Williams, a local Cocoa developer and the founder of NSIndy, Indianapolis's new NSCoder Night chapter. If you've never heard of NSCoder Night, it's a weekly event that takes place in cities all around the world where Cocoa developers come together for some coding and camaraderie in the relaxed atmosphere of a coffee shop or pub with a wireless network. [Note: More info on NSCoder Night in general can be found here: nscodernight.com -- mileszs]
Indianapolis has a monthly gathering called IndyiPhoneDev where local iOS developers have gathered for a formal presentation and a bit of social interaction. It's a great time for current and aspiring platform developers, but it's only once a month. There's where I hope NSIndy can fill a void by offering a more casual, low key gathering during those off weeks so local developers can chat about the latest product announcements, demo what they're working on or get that second set of eyes on a code problem that's been vexing them.
If you're a current Mac or iOS developer or aspire to be one, join us every Tuesday night at the Panera Bread on East 82nd St at 7PM. For more information and announcements, be sure to follow the NSIndy Twitter account at http://twitter.com/nsindy. Hope to see you there.
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