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Reminder: NSCoder Night on Tuesday!

Remember that Tuesday night — that’s tonight! — at 7PM is NSCoder Night! It’s time to hang out with some of your fellow developers and code.

Remember too that if you’re interested in starting an NSCoder Night in your area, just reply here and let us all know where you’ll be having it. It’s a great way to meet other Cocoa developers in your area and put your heads together!


Update! Santa Monica, CA is at the Novel Cafe at 2901 Ocean Park Boulevard, Santa Monica CA 90405, on Ocean Park between 29th and 30th Streets.

New! Lexington, KY is at the Common Grounds Coffee House at 343 E. High Street.

New! Minneapolis, MN is at Espresso Expose at 600 Washington Avenue SE.

Update! Fair Lawn, NJ (formerly Paramus, NJ) is at the Panera on Fair Lawn Avenue, in Fair Lawn.

Update! New York City, NY is no longer meeting ue to limited attendance. If anyone would like to find a new location where more people may show up, just let me know!

New! Provo, UT is at Cocoa Bean Cupcake Cafe, located at 1774 North University Parkway, #20.

Update! Morgantown, WV is at the Panera!


Phoenix, AZ is at Coffee Rush, located at Gilbert Rd and Baseline in Gilbert.

Costa Mesa, CA is at Panera Bread on 17th Street!

Lake Forest, CA is at Corner Bakery at the Irvine Spectrum in Irvine tonight.

Northridge, CA is at Panera Bread at 19662 Nordhoff Street, Northridge, CA 91328.

San Diego, CA is at Twiggs – Adams Ave., located at 2804 Adams Ave.

San Francisco, CA is at Muddy’s, located at 24th and Valencia in the Mission.

Santa Barbara, CA is at Peet’s at 1131 State St. in downtown Santa Barbara.

Santa Monica, CA is at the Novel Cafe at 2901 Ocean Park Boulevard, Santa Monica CA 90405, on Ocean Park between 29th and 30th Streets.

Silicon Valley, CA is at Orchard Valley Coffee in Campbell.

Colorado Springs, CO is at Panera Bread on Powers at 6:00 PM.

Orlando, FL will be starting tonight! Check the NSCoder Night Orlando web site for details.

Ames, IA now switches between the Ames and Ankeny Panera Bread locations; check the Ames NSCoder Night Google Calendar to see where the get-together is on any given week.

Schaumburg, IL is at the Panera on Golf Road.

Lexington, KY is at the Common Grounds Coffee House at 343 E. High Street.

Washington, DC and Bethesda, MD is at La Madeleine in Bethesda, MD.

Ann Arbor, MI is at Sweetwaters downtown, 407 N. Fifth Ave..

Minneapolis, MN is at Espresso Expose at 600 Washington Avenue SE.

Fair Lawn, NJ (formerly Paramus, NJ) is at the Panera on Fair Lawn Avenue, in Fair Lawn.

Portland, OR is at the Panera on 4143 NE Halsey Street.

Houston, TX is at Té House of Tea at 1927 Fairview.

Provo, UT is at Cocoa Bean Cupcake Cafe, located at 1774 North University Parkway, #20.

Seattle, WA is at Zoka Coffee in University Village, located at 2901 NE Blakeley Street.

Morgantown, WV is at the Panera!

Ottowa, Ontario, Canada is on Wednesday nights at, at Bridgehead.

Montréal, Quebec, Canada is at Shaika Cafe (5526 Sherbrooke O)!

London, UK is at the Bunch of Grapes Pub, SE1 9RS (Near London Bridge)

Oxford, UK is at the Jericho Tavern in Oxford.

Novosibirsk, Russia is at the coffee house on Lavrentieva St., 4.

There are a number of other get-togethers happening. If you’re interested in organizing one in your area, just let me know and I’ll post a message here that you can organize under. Once you have a location, I’ll keep this post updated with it. Remember that NSCoder Night is just a get-together rather than a meeting so all you really have to do is pick a location with a wireless network and room for some other Mac developers and show up to hang out, code, and chat.

And if you can’t make it in person, be sure to join us on #nscodernight on FreeNode.

{ 10 } Comments

  1. Darrell | May 17, 2010 at 8:16 pm | Permalink

    Is the NSCoderNight in San Francisco still going on? Is it supposed to happen every Tuesday or just on the Tuesdays that are posted here?

  2. Justin Williams | June 1, 2010 at 8:08 pm | Permalink

    I’m going to be starting an NSCoder Night in Indianapolis Indiana next week.

    7PM at the panera bread on 82nd st. More details by contacting me or via Twitter at @NSIndy

  3. Greg Cerveny | June 15, 2010 at 6:36 pm | Permalink

    We have an NSCoderNight in Denver, CO at Common Grounds Coffee Shop on 17th and Wazee.

    Check the website here: http://nsdenver.pbworks.com/

  4. Matthew Frederick | June 22, 2010 at 7:28 pm | Permalink

    Just a note that NSCoder Phoenix is now (and for many months now) at Liberty Market in Gilbert. http://www.libertymarket.com/

  5. Paul Johnson | September 24, 2010 at 12:43 pm | Permalink

    Is there a regular NSCoder Night in Minneapolis nowadays? I’d like to get some help on a Cocoa programming problem, but I don’t see any recent posts or information. I suspect the weekly meetings are defunct.

  6. Nick | January 3, 2011 at 8:05 pm | Permalink

    Is the Colorado Springs group still meeting at Panera Bread? If so, I’d like to know if the meeting times have changed.

  7. Tom | March 16, 2011 at 4:20 pm | Permalink

    Went to the Northridge, CA site last night (3/15/11) – No Mac programmers there. I notice that nscodernight.com says the next nite is 3/16/11 (Wednesday) so now I’m just confused. Will try Santa Monica next…

  8. Arka | April 5, 2011 at 7:30 pm | Permalink

    The NSCoder night in Seattle has moved from Zoka Coffee to Neptune Coffee.

    Neptune Coffee is at: 8415 Greenwood Avenue North; Seattle, WA 98103

  9. C.J. | June 26, 2011 at 7:08 pm | Permalink

    I went to Northridge Panera last month and no one showed up.
    Would anyone be interested in Porter Ranch at Starbucks like this Tues or sooner. We need a group started.
    Thanks,
    C.J.

  10. perlmunger | August 14, 2012 at 6:52 pm | Permalink

    The Colorado Springs NSCoder night meets on Tuesdays still, however, the time is now 7PM at Panerra on Powers (near S. Carefree). The main NSCoder night page says 6PM though the main page for Colorado Springs says 7PM if you click through to it. I’m not sure how to update that.

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