For some reason, people are afraid of software development. Maybe you're one of those.
Maybe you think software developers:
We hate to say it, but… nope. Not at all.
And we'd like to prove it to you.
Dinner and Code is an opportunity for you to learn to code in a beginner-friendly environment. Eat good food, work on a project (or bring your own), find a mentor or be a mentor, and network with leading programming experts, recruiters, and entrepreneurs in San Antonio, Texas.
We'll spend about six hours together. We'll have a speaker, eat some food, and then spend time networking and working on software projects. You can bring something you're already working on or start one of the easy projects we provide materials on.
Dinner and Code meets monthly in downtown San Antonio. Head over to our Meetup.org page to RSVP to the next event. You can also catch updates on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook.
Sure, especially if you plan on hiring Dinner and Code attendees. Remember that this includes individuals who may not have a degree in Computer Software or years of experience but who will have a lot of drive to succeed.(Anyone who spends their free time advancing their technical skills instead of Netﬂix binging is pretty awesome in our book.)