Become a Vendor at Night Market Vancouver at Warehouse 23

Are you looking for a place to showcase your local brand? Night Market Vancouver is looking for vendors!

Night Market Vancouver will be hosted at Warehouse 23's event space at 100 Columbia St on Friday September 14th and they are currently looking for vendors.  Apply to be a vendor at this event. (Please Note:  Due to event location, they will be unable to accept food vendors) 

Curious about the Night Market but not a vendor? Check out Night Market Vancouver AND Warehouse '23 on September 14th. Enjoy the market, discover 60+ local vendors, and get a preview of Port of Vancouver's future plans for Terminal 1.

This event is FREE and open to all ages! 
September 14th, 5:00-10:00 pm
Warehouse 23
100 Columbia Street

Find out more about Night Market Vancouver.
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Code & Learn: A Vantechy Track

 Code & Learn: A Vantechy Track

This week Chris Tower will be showing us a program he built in Java to manage data in a stack data structure. We'll then have a group discussion on C implementation of the structure, describing where he's at and seeing if we can identify the bug. The second hour, as usual, will be free-form discussion and coding for people of all skill levels.

Here's the summary of Chris's work for anyone who would like to look ahead: https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/stack-data-structure-introduction-program/

Vantechy Code and Learn is a twice-monthly meetup designed for people interested in coding to hone their skills and meet other like-minded people on this side of the river.

Come and join us for a low-key coding event where beginners can learn to program, experienced devs can work on their projects, and everyone can socialize with other coders!

No experience? No problem! People of all skill levels and backgrounds are welcome. All you need is a computer.

A few learning resources:

• https://www.codecademy.com/

• https://www.freecodecamp.org/map

• https://medium.freecodecamp.org/a-roadmap-to-becoming-a-web-developer-in-2017-b6ac3dddd0cf

VanCoffee: A Vantechy Meetup

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Designed for tech leaders, but welcome to anyone, this meetup is a birds-of-a-feather discussion group for those who are looking to benefit from the shared experience of Vancouver’s tech community. Why so early? Because when you run a company or manage a team, your free time either happens before employees show up for work or at the end of the day (and the last thing you want to do after a day of meetings is entertain a group discussion).

Feel free to bring your breakfast and a mug; we will bring the coffee, creamer, and sugar.

You should join us at this Meetup. Check it out and RSVP! http://meetu.ps/3cTBq5

VanTechy: A starting point for Vancouver Tech

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VanTechy is the social starting point for the Vancouver Tech scene.

The beginning of a startup is about people and ideas. VanTechy, is our local meeting point for meeting each other in a relaxed, casual format. Our goals include:

-Welcoming new people to the growing Vancouver tech community.
-Sharing and discovering local events, opportunities, connections.
-Growing our skills and learning new things.
-Sharing our experience by mentoring new members.

For beginners, VanTechy is where you should start.
For veterans, VanTechy is a place to share and mentor others.

Code & Learn: A Vantechy Track

Code & Learn: A Vantechy Track

This week Chris Tower will be showing us a program he built in Java to manage data in a stack data structure. We'll then have a group discussion on C implementation of the structure, describing where he's at and seeing if we can identify the bug. The second hour, as usual, will be free-form discussion and coding for people of all skill levels.

Here's the summary of Chris's work for anyone who would like to look ahead: https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/stack-data-structure-introduction-program/

Vantechy Code and Learn is a twice-monthly meetup designed for people interested in coding to hone their skills and meet other like-minded people on this side of the river.

Come and join us for a low-key coding event where beginners can learn to program, experienced devs can work on their projects, and everyone can socialize with other coders!

No experience? No problem! People of all skill levels and backgrounds are welcome. All you need is a computer.

A few learning resources:

• https://www.codecademy.com/

• https://www.freecodecamp.org/map

• https://medium.freecodecamp.org/a-roadmap-to-becoming-a-web-developer-in-2017-b6ac3dddd0cf

VanCoffee: A Vantechy Meetup

VanTEchy Logo.jpg

Designed for tech leaders, but welcome to anyone, this meetup is a birds-of-a-feather discussion group for those who are looking to benefit from the shared experience of Vancouver’s tech community. Why so early? Because when you run a company or manage a team, your free time either happens before employees show up for work or at the end of the day (and the last thing you want to do after a day of meetings is entertain a group discussion).

Feel free to bring your breakfast and a mug; we will bring the coffee, creamer, and sugar.

You should join us at this Meetup. Check it out and RSVP! http://meetu.ps/3cTBq5

Code & Learn: A Vantechy Track

Code & Learn: A Vantechy Track

This week Chris Tower will be showing us a program he built in Java to manage data in a stack data structure. We'll then have a group discussion on C implementation of the structure, describing where he's at and seeing if we can identify the bug. The second hour, as usual, will be free-form discussion and coding for people of all skill levels.

Here's the summary of Chris's work for anyone who would like to look ahead: https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/stack-data-structure-introduction-program/

Vantechy Code and Learn is a twice-monthly meetup designed for people interested in coding to hone their skills and meet other like-minded people on this side of the river.

Come and join us for a low-key coding event where beginners can learn to program, experienced devs can work on their projects, and everyone can socialize with other coders!

No experience? No problem! People of all skill levels and backgrounds are welcome. All you need is a computer.

A few learning resources:

• https://www.codecademy.com/

• https://www.freecodecamp.org/map

• https://medium.freecodecamp.org/a-roadmap-to-becoming-a-web-developer-in-2017-b6ac3dddd0cf

VanCoffee: A Vantechy Meetup

VanTEchy Logo.jpg

Designed for tech leaders, but welcome to anyone, this meetup is a birds-of-a-feather discussion group for those who are looking to benefit from the shared experience of Vancouver’s tech community. Why so early? Because when you run a company or manage a team, your free time either happens before employees show up for work or at the end of the day (and the last thing you want to do after a day of meetings is entertain a group discussion).

Feel free to bring your breakfast and a mug; we will bring the coffee, creamer, and sugar.

You should join us at this Meetup. Check it out and RSVP! http://meetu.ps/3cTBq5

Transportation Supercluster Conference June 21st-22nd

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Portland, Oregon, is pleased to host for the second year Transportation SuperCluster (TSC) Conference - Thursday, June 21 and Friday, June 22, 2018, bringing together forward-looking municipalities interested in preparing their infrastructure for the latest technologies to provide better, more equitable services at lower cost.

Join representatives from cities from around the U.S., federal officials, and executives from leading tech companies as we explore opportunities for collaboration related to intelligent transportation solutions.  As co-hosts of this event, the Technology Association of Oregon and urban.systems aim to provide you with a world-class experience in one of America's leading destinations for urban and transportation planning as well as thriving food, arts and culture, and music scenes. 

SPONSORSHIP
Sponsorship for the Transportation SuperCluster Conference is available. Please click HERE to find out more.

Code & Learn: A Vantechy Track

Code & Learn: A Vantechy Track

This week Chris Tower will be showing us a program he built in Java to manage data in a stack data structure. We'll then have a group discussion on C implementation of the structure, describing where he's at and seeing if we can identify the bug. The second hour, as usual, will be free-form discussion and coding for people of all skill levels.

Here's the summary of Chris's work for anyone who would like to look ahead: https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/stack-data-structure-introduction-program/

Vantechy Code and Learn is a twice-monthly meetup designed for people interested in coding to hone their skills and meet other like-minded people on this side of the river.

Come and join us for a low-key coding event where beginners can learn to program, experienced devs can work on their projects, and everyone can socialize with other coders!

No experience? No problem! People of all skill levels and backgrounds are welcome. All you need is a computer.

A few learning resources:

• https://www.codecademy.com/

• https://www.freecodecamp.org/map

• https://medium.freecodecamp.org/a-roadmap-to-becoming-a-web-developer-in-2017-b6ac3dddd0cf