Information about our Next Event
6:00pm-9:00pm on the second Monday of every month
1765 Greensboro Station Place
Tysons Corner, VA 22102
We’re located in the SAIC building next to the Greensboro Metro Station.
Metro: take the Silver Line to the Greensboro Station, and come down the east stairs. Come around the front of the SAIC building and enter the front doors.
Driving: Park in the lot across from the garage, come in the front door to SAIC building.
NOTE: This building is often locked after 6:00PM. We do our best to request that the building allow visitors, but sometimes that doesn’t work out. Please message using the Meetup App or call 703.226.3500 ext 42549 letting us know you’re downstairs, and we’ll let you in.
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In the past, people have worked on projects using NodeJS, Objective-C, Java, C, Lua and AngularJS, and on worked on iPhone and Android devices, Arduino, Tessel.io and Rasberry Pi.
Feel free to join us on our Gitter channel
- 6:00PM Early birds arrive and setup
- 6:15PM Introductions - who are you and what are you doing?
- 7:50PM Begin to pack up
- 8:00PM Depart
- You can work on anything you’d like - open source or personal
- You don’t need to come with an idea
One of the sponsors will be going around to get a little bit of info on what you’re working on so we can share it with the community.
If it’s something that can’t/shouldn’t be publicized, please let us know so we don’t post it!
Code of Conduct
While we do not have our own code of conduct document, we do adhere to the Code of Conduct for the Recurse Center in New York. They have put theirs together from !!Con and PyCon2013, so they’re pretty common.
Cvent is excited to support the local development community and provide a space for developers to work together to build cool stuff. Cvent is a meeting software company operating in true polyglot fashion.
- Tables & Chairs
- Surge Protectors
- Snacks of some sort
- Wi-fi Internet
- TVs and projection equipment