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Front-end Web Development, February 22,8pm: jQuery
NOTE: No class on 2016-02-15! No lab on 2016-02-18 either. On Monday, February 22, we'll introduce jQuery, a JavaScript library that makes web programming a whole lot easier. jQuery is the most popular of many libraries that allow us to interact with the document easily, while also providing us ...
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Feb 25 -- SF Amateur Mathematicians: Differential Geometry and Wide-Angle Photography with Chad Fong
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Lab: Front-end Web Development, Thursday 7pm
On Monday, we continued learning about JavaScript basics: arrays, iterators, objects, functions. Lecture video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YFnDmrLXqf0. Lecture materials: https://github.com/JeffreyATW/fwd/tree/master/series9/class5. For this week's assignment, create your own function: ...
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Lab: Front-end Web Development, Thursday 7pm
On Monday, we learned about the basics of programming with JavaScript. Lecture video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fAxEb3JViWk. Lecture materials: https://github.com/JeffreyATW/fwd/tree/master/series9/class4. This week's assignment has you doing a bit of math and displaying the result: ...
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Rails class 2/9: Testing Ruby on Railsapplications
Hi, Noisebridge! We added a new class at 7pm Pacific on February 9, 2016 covering: Testing Ruby on Rails applications. Step up your testing game! Testing is awesome, it makes your life easier as a developer. We'll look at using Rspec to test a Ruby on Rails application, and go into lots of ...
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SF-LUG Linux Discussion Group
Joseph Puig gmail.com> 2016-02-11 00:20:33 GMT. Tonight at 6:00 p.m. in the Turing classroom. I may possibly be running a bit late, but feel free to start on your own. Joseph. Permalink | Reply |. Navigate. Go to gmane.org.region.san-francisco.noisebridge.announce.
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Rails class 2/16: Fun with ES6
Hi, Noisebridge! We added a new class at 7pm Pacific on February 16, 2016 covering: Fun with ES6. We will explore many of the cool new features of ES6 (aka ECMAScript 6). No need to install anything special on your laptop, as we can just fool around in ES6 Fiddle.
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SF-LUG Linux Discussion Group 2016-02-031800 PST
The SF-LUG will host a free form discussion of topics pertaining to the GNU/Linux operating system in the Turing classroom on Wednesday, February 3, 2016 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Attendance is open to all. It is not necessary to RSVP. Permalink | Reply |. Navigate ...
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2169 Mission St San Francisco, CA 94110
2169 Mission StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94110
Non-Profit Organization, Coworking SpaceToday 11AM–11PM
Sunday 11AM–11PMMonday 11AM–11PMTuesday 11AM–11PMWednesday 11AM–11PMThursday 11AM–11PMFriday 11AM–11PMSaturday 11AM–11PM
A non-profit hackerspace for technical-creative projects, doocratically run by our members, in San Francisco's Mission district.
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mitch altman
4 months ago
Early US hackerspace, still thriving, and still welcoming to all that follow Noisebridge's one rule: Be excellent to each other. Hundreds of cool geeky people visiting every week. Lots of cool people working and playing on lots of projects. Workshops and classes every day. Lots of tools. Always free.
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Christian Fernandez
7 months ago
HAckers/Hacktivist and hardware hackers! all together! share/community and direct democracy.
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Kim Døfler
4 months ago
Cool
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Mary Wang
2 years ago
It's open to the public but getting in is a challenge. The entrance isn't obvious from the street -- there's not a prominent sign. It's the gated door with the non-functioning payphone on the outside. You'll need to look at building numbers and for the Noisebridge logo. If I'm there for an event or class then there's usually someone to let people in. Otherwise it can be hit and miss depending on whether the door buzzer/video equipment is working and whether anyone bothers to "answer the door" and if they want to let in someone they don't know. One time someone let me in because I was female. I've been to several classes hosted at Noisebridge and have also just dropped by a few times to use it as a coworking space or work on a project. They have various electronic, sewing, 3D printing, and other equipment there in various states of functioning it seems. Nice big tables to use for working on projects. Great way to meet people and find out about neat things by just asking about the project they are working on. Downside is the place is maintained as a community so it can be kind of grungy and not well maintained. It's 2 blocks from BART station so easy to get to. For street parking I can always find space a few blocks away on Folsom St or on/around 18th St past Folsom.
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Mark Rosenblitt-Janssen
4 months ago
A place for hackers, phreakers, explorers of all(!) kinds to exercise and showcase their unconventional talents. Awesome!
John Freeman
4 months ago
Great place to be but they no longer let dogs in
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Geneviève Lysandra Aphrodite
a year ago
My home away from home, at least in the hacker world. It looks astonishing after the reboot. Sad to see the full kitchen go, but the space feels so much more open.
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Marni Sweetland
2 years ago
Noisebridge has many offerings for all sorts of tastes. I have only been for a few software classes which were fun and interesting. The space is very hacked and un-fancy, but gets the job done with room for people and plugs for computers and all sorts of odd things everywhere to wonder endlessly about. It's a mysterious place of magic that is what you make of it. If I was going to start up a group for any kind of project making things or studying stuff this would be a great place to do it.
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