Rockin' ReactJS @Bloomfire
Do you know React? Do you not know React? Do you want to learn React? Join us and rock it! This is an open hack night, come and meet other React devs and aficionados, work on projects, work through tutorials and help us build a ReactJS community in Austin.
An assortment of snacks and beverages are available from Bloomfire.
Parking is in the adjacent parking garage above Cover 3 park in the THIRD FLOOR OR ABOVE OR YOU MAY BE TOWED, once you come inside we can get you printed temporary passes, too, that way no one has any problems.
When you pull INTO the lot, you'll need to either print a ticket, swipe your credit card or enter your cell number in at the parking arm. This will not charge you, it is just used as an identifier. To LEAVE, use the same identifier you used to get INTO the garage and we'll have passes that you'll scan after to validate the parking.
1717 W 6th St. #100 Austin, TX 78703
Code of Conduct
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