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Coding Dojo

A Coding Dojo is a meeting where a bunch of coders get together to work on a programming challenge. They are there to have fun and to engage in DeliberatePractice in order to improve their skills.

Website: http://orlandodojo.wordpress.com
Location: Orlando, FL
Members: 6
Latest Activity: Jun 26, 2019

Sharpen your blades

We are passionate programmers who get together to work on a random programming challenge. Rather than trying to solve the problem no matter what, we take small steps towards the solution and try to focus on software development best practices. Sharing and learning tips and tricks that may improve our daily activities is the real goal behind our meetings.
All skill levels are welcome and our environment is totally collaborative. There is no competition.
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Comment by Carlos Henrique Souza on April 7, 2010 at 10:58am
Next meeting: Saturday - April 10th, 11am.
We're meeting at 688 N Orange Ave - Orlando, FL 32801
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Happy 10th year, JCertif!

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