Tuesday, November 20, 2012, 6:30 PM

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We just heard about the formation of a new Meetup group in San Francisco:

Welcome to the Ultracode Meetup!

This meet-up series invites you - the developer - to demo your projects and interact with an audience of like-minded folks, with a strong emphasis on problem-solving and best practices. Anyone is welcome to present at the next Ultracode, for either cross platform HTML5 or native Windows* 8 development, keeping it within 5-7 minutes and avoiding slide-ware.

The presentations will be developer-driven, with a sprinkling of industry professionals and HTML5 expert speakers invited to demo side by side with meet-up attendees.

This code & tell group is sponsored by Intel and their dev team will be joining us to showcase code samples leveraging touch and sensor technologies for both Windows 8 desktop mode and Windows store apps. An Ultrabook™ technology sandbox will be available for attendees to get hands-on experience with the latest in PC gesture and sensor technologies.

Bring your hacks, and your friends, and join us for a night of Ultracoding powered by pizza and beer!

Their first meetup will be on Wednesday, December 5 – don’t miss it!

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Sunday, September 25, 2011, 11:06 PM

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It didn’t take long – //BUILD is barely over, and Peter Kellner already got a Windows 8 / Metro / HTML5 meetup group started. If you live in the Silicon Valley and want to know what Windows 8 is about and what it means for a developer, the first meetup is scheduled for Monday, October 17. Check it out:

The Silicon Valley Windows 8 Metro Dev in JavaScript & HTML5

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Tuesday, September 06, 2011, 2:48 AM

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If you live in the San Francisco area and are interested in Windows Phone development, you should check out the newly formed Windows Phone Developers meetup. The first meeting will take place on Thursday, September 22. The plan is to follow the “101 Windows Phone Apps” book, and learn how to write applications by working through actual examples – sounds like a great way to get started!

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