On the first Tuesday of each month, the Central Florida Web Developers User Group holds a meeting in Tampa, Fl covering a topic of interest to our members. For the September 2010 meeting (09/07/2010 at 7PM), we are going to do something a little different. Inspired by Sean Corfield and the BACFUG, we are asking members to share their code, offer insight to help others and work on any problems our members may be having (or wish they could solve more elegantly).
This meeting will be a great opportunity to have your code reviewed by others in a constructive environment. Don't worry about writing code that is not "perfect"--peer review is a great way to strengthen your skills and become a better programmer. You'll find all members are very supportive.
Sharing code is not required. Feel free to attend and learn/share with others.
If you are near the Tampa, Florida area and would like to network with like-minded Web developers I hope you will join the Central Florida Web Developers User Group (CFWDUG). The CFWDUG is not dedicated to any specific technology stack--rather, the CFWDUG is open to all aspects of Web development (front/back, client side, server side, database, etc...).
You can RSVP for our September, 2010 event on the Central Florida Web Developers Web site.