A weekly event, developers of all experience levels are encouraged to attend, learn from and share with one another. Hack Nights begin with introductions and sharing followed by a working session.
WAPRO, an acronym for Web & Application Professionals, meets monthly to showcase our cool tech projects, share best practices, network with each other, help newcomers, and uphold the values of open source software (F/OSS). We strive to do this in a professional, relaxed, respectful, and open venue for all people in our community.
Join Uncoded and Long Beach's tech community for an evening of networking and conversation, focused on, well, tech. This networking is open to any and all working in, tinkering in or interested in technology in Long Beach and beyond.
By engaging community members, organizations and efforts in the entire process, particularly the concept and design of technology applications, Uncoded is implementing a new model of hacktivism and barnraisings focused first and foremost on expressed and identified community need.
NEXT /New, Emergent & eXpanding Technology/ —Uncoded is working with local angel investment groups to support periodic technology concept pitch events in Long Beach.
If you want to get involved in the tech community but don't know where to start, give some of the links in here a try! You'll find resources on coding, design, and business in here, with content for folks at any stage of the learning journey.
Initiatives We Support
DC562 is the premier Westside/Southbay hacker community, supporting regular meetups and events in a talented and growth-focused community. Interests are diverse within the hacker spectrum with a heavy infosec focus. Member participation in events is heavily encouraged and enabled!