San Antonio community

This list is for any developers in the San Antonio, TX area.  These are the communities that are growing/starting that I’ve been involved (member/leader).  If anyone knows of others please leave a comment and I’ll update the post.  (Man we love our Tuesdays in San Antonio, every Tuesday is a group meeting)

Alamo Coders (organizer Phil Dennis)

http://www.alamocoders.net

Welcome to Alamo Coders.  We
are a FREE San Antonio area IT professionals Users Group that focus on
the tools, technologies, and programming languages that help a software
developer/architect/manager in today’s industry. If would like to learn
more about software development or the tools that are involved in that
process, or if you just want to learn more about what Alamo Coders has to offer the San Antonio area IT community, then please join our group.

To get AlamoCoders Apparel, please go to our CafePress store.

MEETINGS: 2nd TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH (@ New Horizons)

 


San Antonio Tech Book Club (organizer Anne Epstein)

http://groups.google.com/group/san-antonio-tech-book-club

Our next meeting:
Where: Skype
When: 4/21/2009 (Tuesday) at 7pm
Current Book:  Implementing Lean Software Development: From Concept to Cash
Topic: Chapters 1 & 2

NOTE: On 5/5/2009 we’ll be going back to our other book, Domain Driven Design by Eric Evans
and switching off between the books. Following meeting will be back to Lean, meeting after that will be DDD again, etc.

MEETINGS: 1st & 3rd TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH (Skype)

Google Calendar


SARuby (organizer TBD)

http://www.saruby.org

There is now a SARuby group in San Antonio.  This month’s meeting is Tuesday, April 28 @ 6:30 pm.  It is at Anderson Marketing Group (Thanks to Nate for providing the location).  Map: http://tinyurl.com/ckl43y

MEETINGS: LAST TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH (@ Anderson Marketing)

More detailed meeting information

 

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