Coding Earth is a home for developers of all skill levels. Everybody's welcome, everyone's invited, everyone will take something home from our meetups. Our meetups are not your usual "experts talk, audience listens" kind of experience but a community driven meetup that embraces a knowledge exchange culture as well as a strict "nice to have you here"-attitude.
Isn’t it amazing how many technologies you have to learn to follow the path of modern software development? Be it blockchains for storing transactions, machines taking decisions based upon digital learning sets, virtual clusters providing computing power for scaled applications and command line tools that improve your workflow: it's nearly impossible to keep an eye on everything.
That's where we jump in: Instead of specialising on a dedicated topic, coding earth was established to become a space for Earth’s coder community: every software development related topic is welcome here, every developer with whatever skill level will take away something new on every session, every question may be asked and everyone should have a good time. There's only one golden rule:
talks have to be hands on, they must contain at least 1 line of code and in the best case they're massively supported by demos.
Birthday hackathon wants to be a cozy coding event: A day for you to sharpen your skillset without any pressure or jury judging on challenges.We're meeting up in a nice coworking space to hack the day away, get our hands dirty on communication stacks by Twilio, AWS and Slack, and try out something new.
The shortest month of the year has 8 arms this time! It's round 8 for coding leipzig so OCTOcat jumps in. Which translates to: we'd like to learn about version control this time!
We are looking forward to your ideas for upcoming meetups. If you want to share any of your knowledge with a highly motivated community, this is the right place. If you want to demonstrate a software stack that you’re using in your startup, this is the place to present. If you seek for an opportunity to spread the evangelism of the next big programming language: give a talk at coding berlin. We’re embracing developers and we’re just waiting for you.