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Sharpen up your dev skills and help others do the same: Brooklyn Coded

“Bring your projects, your knowledge, and a willingness to share what you know,” the event's Meetup page says.

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Learn about different coding languages and teach other people about what you know Tuesday night at the Brooklyn Coded meetup.

“Bring your projects, your knowledge, and a willingness to share what you know,” the event’s Meetup page says.

Also in attendance will be programmers from the Spry Group, who will bring expertise in Node.js, Python, Django, and AngularJS.


The meetup will take place at the Urban Future Lab, located in Downtown Brooklyn’s MetroTech. The event is free and open to the public.

Series: Brooklyn

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