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This is our regular monthly meetup. Agenda will come up as the meeting approaches.
We are providing a safe, diverse and healthy atmosphere for those interested in the intersection of technology and business to get to know one another and what's happening in town. Come and hang out with others who are involved in the St Louis Tech & Startup scenes and talk about what you're into. We're probably into it too. Bring your friends! If they're friends of yours, they're probably friends of ours - or should be! Then grab some grub and…
Hear from Missouri S&T's Mars Rover Design Team about the basics of Mars exploration & colonization, then get to see their rover (in person) and hear about some of the design behind it.
You have a business or an idea, but you just can't get past the social road block. Or, you manage to attend an event but hover on the edge of conversations. How do they do it? How can I do it? What must I do to get myself out there—without the need to flee? As a fellow introvert, I'll share my strategies for attending social events and answer questions to help you go, and grow, your business. RSVP here.
Ask and talk to Missouri S&T's Mars Rover Student Design Team about their rover, the design process behind it, and anything else from S&T to Mars.
Code Until Dawn! Come when you want, leave when you want. All are welcome - coders, designers, startuppers, freelancers and more. Want to learn to program? Come on by, there are always people around willing to help, give advice, and point you to their favorite resources.
The Technical Challenge class is a free 1-hour class taught by Lamar Myles on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays each month between 10-11 am at Claim Academy. The purpose of the class is to help Claim Academy candidates learn how to solve a technical challenge as effectively as possible, which is an essential skill to develop in becoming a successful software developer. The Technical Challenge class fulfills a requirement for acceptance into a Claim Academy full stack cohort; however, candidates…
Bring your projects and let's do some hacking. Don't have a project, let's work on Ruby or a Gem. We could even actually finish an implementation of the game of life. Start discussing here so that people know what they are in for. Social hour starts at 1800. Code starts at 1900.