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Koen Bok
Posted Feb 19 - Read on Facebook

Ben Adamson hosted a few Framer Sessions in SF, and wrote a fantastic article for people looking to do the same. But this is a great guide to organize any tech meetup, really. It's full of great tips.

We now have had sessions in SF, Seattle, New York, London, Berlin and some other places. Obviously, we love people setting these up for Framer and can help with materials, sponsoring and marketing. It's a ton of fun to learn together or teach people on how to get started. If you're interested send Sara a message.

http://blog.framerjs.com/posts/technical-meet-ups.html

15 Comments

Jordan Robert Dobson

It's funny we started the Seattle meetups with a different format than this (more presentations) and we've eventually landed at almost exactly this format. 😁

We're also thinking of putting together some more informal get togethers to hack on ideas and discuss approaches. This is really for the mentors to get some coding sessions together too. ;)

Great resource Ben Adamson!

Stephen Crowley

Yeah, sorry Ben there was not much more we could add- your article was spot on, well done! Jordan and I hope we can attend an SF meetup soon.

Jordan Robert Dobson

Pretty much the thing we do different is a Facebook group for Seattle FramerJS people where we post the events and share code / photos / links / etc... Instead of an email list.

Edoardo Guido

Any chances to see this in Milan? I need this in my life!

Jordan Robert Dobson

Edoardo - start one up! We started with like 5-6 people.

Edoardo Guido

I would go there as a student, though! I am no expert at all with CoffeeScript nor JS, I just know the basics!

How could I do this? You mean by calling other people/experts?

Moni Zhuang

I have a problem about License Update

In our company, we can only purchase software from our vender. Which means I need to told my manager what I need, and my manager then ask hr to contact our vender. So after that, I can only get an email and license from our vender.

Now you update the license and send email to the users. But in fact, users like me cannot receive this email. The license email is not the user’s email.

Could you please send me the license email and add me in your email list? Of course, I will provide my old license to you.

I have sent an email to your support team. Please check it.

Christopher C. Chan

I haven't dived in yet, but would love to see if anyone in Atlanta might want to partner with General Assembly or the Iron Yard to host a session.

Rhys Merritt

There has been a London session before with the guys at UsTwo, right? I missed out.. I might talk to them to see if they want to get another one happening..

Koen Bok

Rhys I knew I would forget one :-) We're working with Danny from US2 to get one going in NY, so they might be interested in London too. I'd start by messaging Kate who organized the first Framer (and other interesting) events in London. She also hosts small sunday brunches where people come to learn prototyping.

Jenn Tran

This is awesome, Ben Adamson!

Jeff French

Sounds awesome. What's the best way to get informed about future events like this in the Bay Area?

Daniel Lin

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John Grendon Enderby

Is there anyone in Scotland that would want to meet in Glasgow? Would happily help set a meet up if anyone is interested?

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