Improving the meetup with user feedback
We recently surveyed
our members to find out what we want from the meetup.
We had some great suggestions that we’ve already started building into our plans, but here’s a summary of what people voted for as their number one priority at developer meetups.
So as of today we now have four focused hackrooms
that aim to provide an engaging, inclusive and collaborative environment for new and experienced developers to learn and build together, each lead by a developer or two.
Led by Attila
where you can follow Free Code Camp and other tutorials with other learners, or contribute to the apps we'll be making.
hackroom to contribute to making an app the other hackrooms can use via an API, and also get help with your Ruby learning.
hackroom to help make the WLC iOS app with Jerome, an iOS app for the Ruby hackroom’s app or other iOS projects.
hackroom to learn and build with Python and Django with other Pythonists.
If you didn’t get a chance to feed in the survey, you still can
, and I’m always open to feedback either in person or on Slack.