Nerdy Girls members are a network of intelligent women from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds. Members share skills and knowledge across the group in order to educate and to be educated. Nerdy Girls use these collective skills to strengthen our communities.
OKC LUGnuts is a Linux user group that tries to cater to both beginner desktop users and guru sysadmins alike. We discuss the latest FLOSS news, various useful apps, the pros and cons of different window managers, and occasionally more in-depth details about how important pieces of the OS work. LUGnuts is also a great place to get help for any issues you may have with your Linux system.
We are a group of people of all ages, abilities and skills who want to learn how to make use of the latest embedded devices to power our creative imagination. Please join us to meet, learn, and build projects using the Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and other of the many new and innovative single-board computers!
In late August 2013 a few Ruby hackers in the OKC area decided that the Ruby scene had been dormant for far too long. They set out to change that by forming okcruby, with the hopes that it would be a good way for Oklahoma Rubyists to connect and share ideas. We hope you will join us.
This is a monthly meetup for game developers in Oklahoma. We will be meeting in and around Oklahoma City to help build the game development community in Oklahoma. Come share ideas, collaborate, learn new things and have fun. Anyone from hobbyists, indies, or people in the industry are welcome to join.
Tulsa Data Science focuses on exploring all aspects of data science. It is for anyone interested in exploring what this skill set has to offer in the changing digital world. How can it be applied? What are the best methods? And what does it mean for our world?
Tulsa Lambda Lunch (TLL) is Tulsa’s Functional Programming user group. All are welcome to join as we discuss the why’s and what’s of functional programming and functional languages, patterns, and concepts.
Tulsa Open Source Hardware (TOSH) is a group for people of any experience level (or none at all) who are interested in learning more about hardware, gadgets, devices, electronics, drones, robots, the Internet of Things, and how to build and program them. Each meetup will include one beginner-level tutorial and one demonstration or intermediate/advanced tutorial, plus time to talk, get advice, give advice, and work on your own project.
The intent of the OKC SharePoint User Group (OKCSUG) is to allow members to share ideas, ask questions, hear presentations from experts and interact with other members; be they end users, system administration, site administrators, developers or web designers.