Welcome! NSCoderNight is a weekly (or sometimes monthly) get-together of Mac/iPhone/etc. developers and their friends for coding and conversation. See here for more information.
If you can't find a local chapter, we encourage you to start your own.
Please contact us at email@example.com or @nscodernight if you have questions.
- March 29, 2020, by Andrew Pontious
Sad news: I'm going to be closing this site down shortly.
Since the almost four years that it was created, this site's technical underpinnings have become obsolete. It looks like it would require a full rewrite to replace them, and I can't currently justify that effort.
I created this site to replace an earlier out-of-date NSCoderNight website. I hoped that I could help both rejuvenate my local chapter, in San Francisco, and provide a resource for the NSCoderNight chapters around the world.
Unfortunately, the San Francisco chapter continued its decline in attendance, and is not currently meeting.
And to my surprise, I found that most of the other NSCoderNight chapters, the vast majority, already self-organize just fine through Meeting.com, and don't really need this site.
I'll be keeping the Twitter account open, in case that's helpful to anyone.
It's too bad this site didn't work out, but I wish everyone the best with their local chapters!
- June 21, 2015, by Andrew Pontious
Chapters Old and New
We've added a couple of chapters since the new site went up: Colorado Springs, Provo, South Orange County, and Seattle. Thanks to the organizers of these chapters for letting us know their information.
Those chapters already existed, but Amelia Boli is looking to start up a new Phoenix, AZ chapter. If you have suggestions for meeting locations or are interesting in attending, please let her know!
- June 6, 2015, by Andrew Pontious
I'm very excited to introduce the new NSCoderNight website.
Thanks to Michael Helmbrecht for the website design, Mike Critz for his help with CSS and design issues, and Samuel Giddins for his invaluable efforts in setting up the Middleman templates for the site and the Travis CI continuous build system that it relies on. And a special thanks to Chris Hanson for founding and fostering NSCoderNight all these years. This wouldn't exist without all your efforts.
The Mac/iPhone/etc. developer community has grown substantially since NSCoderNight started in late 2007. But I think NSCoderNight still stands out as a place where developers can just relax, hang out, and share tips.
So go find your local chapter and attend, or start up a new chapter chapter where you are. We're happy to help, and we hope you enjoy it as much as we do.