NOVA Code & Coffee [91]

Apr 21, 2018 · Arlington, United States of America

Hi there coffee lover,

Nova Code and Coffee is an inclusive, informal, co-working session. People of all skill levels are invited. The concept is simple, bring a laptop and ideas, we'll provide the coffee and tea. Here's how it works:

1. At 9:15 everyone introduces themselves and briefly describes what brought them to Code & Coffee today (project, homework, networking, etc)

2. For the rest of the day, folks work in the communal space on their projects providing one another help and conversation as needed. Oh and they usually drink coffee and tea too!.

Court house Metro (orange/silver line) is your choice for metro.
Take the elevator to the 6th floor and you'll see signs to Code & Coffee

* Underground parking garage at 2300 Clarendon (just across the street) which is free on Saturdays.

That's it! Hope to see you there!

Sponsored by:
Excella Consulting ( provides the space.
Mapbox and Fullstack labs provide the coffee and donuts.

We value the participation of each member of the community and want all attendees to have an enjoyable and fulfilling experience. To make clear what is expected, all delegates/attendees, organizers, and volunteers at any Nova Code & Coffee events are required to conform to our Code of Conduct (

Disclaimer: The first 60 people will get seats, we can't guarantee seats for the rest! Usually 30-50% shows up so don't cancel your RSVPs just yet :D

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  • NoVA Code & Coffee

    NoVA Code & Coffee is an informal get together to write some code in the morning. Saturday Morning to be Exact. We're going with saturday mornings because weekdays and evenings are full enough as it is. Why add to the chaos of user groups, soccer games, and lawn mowing? There are no requirements other than the willingness to sit down, pair up, and learn something new.

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