The What's On guide for Leeds geeks
2nd Tuesday of every month
Exists to make our region a fantastic place to build software. The agile movement is changing the way businesses think and our community is a participant in that process. We are champions of no nonsense software delivery.
Code & Coffee is an informal get together where you can meet up with other developers and write some code, talk tech, or just enjoy the coffee! There are no requirements other than the willingness to sit down and learn something new.
digital stuff. in Leeds
2nd Tuesday of every month
Bringing together people that are using Drupal at all levels, sharing knowledge and ideas.
A community for Leeds based front-end devs and designers.
Talking design, business and tech.
Ladies of Code is a community of professional women developers. We get together to discuss code and other geeky stuff, and hear talks from leaders in the field.
Leeds Code Dojo is a group dedicated to programming. We focus on practical coding sessions, where you can learn by doing.
Leeds Data Thing is a group for like-minded people working in Leeds to talk about data, network, share ideas, learn a few things and enjoy a beer or two!
7pm Tues 26th Nov 2013 at The Central. Hoping to arrange regular schedule in new year.
A hub for everyone who lives, breathes and occasionally sleeps DevOps in Leeds and the surrounding area.
Every 2nd Sunday, and one Monday a month
Leeds Gaming is a collaborative group that runs board, card and other gaming events in Leeds, West Yorkshire in the United Kingdom.
A Maker and Hacker Space in Leeds.
2nd Wednesday of every month
3rd Wednesday of every month
Talks, workshops, networking, and socialising for women developers, coders, hackers, designers, makers, and digital media enthusiasts. (Or those who want to be one!) This group will be a casual monthly meet-up for women in tech in Leeds to share knowledge, build skills and meet people. All skill levels are welcome, from beginner or amateur to professional.
Every now and then
Meetup to play very geeky board games in a relaxed, non-serious manner.
4-week cycle: 1st week Monday, 2nd week Tuesday, 3rd week Monday, 4th week Wednesday
A Netrunner group in Leeds for casual play of all abilities. If you would like to learn the game just come along and someone will gladly teach you how to play. We meet at Veritas on Great George Street, starting at 18.30 and play until closing.
3rd Monday of every month
A small bunch of passionate PHP Developers based in the Leeds and surrounding areas, who meet up once a month to discuss all things PHP.
A Leeds based meet-Up for those interested in Riak, distributed systems, NoSql, and app development.
Last Thursday of the month
Leeds Ruby Thing is a regular informal social event for anyone interested in the Ruby programming language. You don't have to be an expert in Ruby - we're just a friendly bunch who enjoy beer and geeky chat.
Last thursday of the month
A code club for developers using Microsoft technologies.
Lean Startup Yorkshire community provides a meeting place to learn, network and explore Yorkshire startup community.
A community event run for testers by testers.
Every 1st Wednesday
Leeds Werewolves play paranoia styled games such as Werewolves (various versions such as One Night Ultimate Werewolf, Werewolves of Millers Hollow and MultiWolves), The Thing and Two Rooms and a Boom!
1-2 times a month, usually on a Thursday evening
LeedsTechHub is an event series and meetup community welcoming all those from a digital discipline and those wanting to learn more or build networks with those within the industry.
Last Wednesday of every month
Home of a Node.js user group that meets in Leeds.
A self-help group for GNU/Linux and Free / Open Source Software users in the West Yorkshire area
2nd Thursday of every month
The West Yorkshire Python User Group (WYPy) have been meeting monthly since 2007. Our meetings are free, and usually include at least one talk, as well as a trip to the pub.
4th Tuesday of every month
A meetup for WordPress users and developers of all levels. Our events usually have a speaker and open discussions.