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What is a CodingHub?

A CodingHub is an event where developers meet, code and converse. Most of the times, they happen during a coding contest, so players can't discuss the game and share strategies.

CodingHubs are organized by volunteers, with the assistance of CodinGame.

Want to host one? See below ⬇️

Read more: CodingHubs: Enjoy Coding for Fun with other Developers

Why join a CodingHub?

  • To meet other developers who enjoy programming for fun
  • To have fun and learn
  • To network

To join a CodingHub, join the corresponding event or contact the host directly. If you can't find a CodingHub near you, fill this form to appear on the map below.

List of Next CodingHubs

Next hubs haven't be announced yet.

In green, you can see the CodinGamers interested in joining a CodingHub. In yellow, the planned CodingHubs for the next contest.

Belgium

  • Antwerp

    • Spacebird1313 at iMagineLab: May 22 from 6 pm to 11 pm

    Facebook event

Czech Republic

  • Prague

    • J.K.T. at CS-Soft: Internal Event

France

Lithuania

  • Kaunas

    • Ramdeath at Kaunas Saules Gymasium: May 20 from 3 pm to 6 pm

    Facebook group

Russia

  • St Petersburg

    • KonamiCode at SKB Kontur: May 19th from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm

    event page

List of CodinGamer Groups

CodingHub Facebook Group

Paris

Programming is Fun

Chisinau

CodinGame Moldova

Lublin

Lubelski CodingHub

How to host a CodingHub?

Just fill this form. Thibaud will contact you and add your CodingHub to the list above.

Guidelines

  1. Pick a date and time for your CodingHub They are usually held in the evening after work and last 2 to 3 hours.

  2. Find the venue: a room at your company/university*, coworking space, bar/cafe... The place must be equipped with sufficient power plugs and network connections (and chairs)

  3. Promote your CodingHub using a Facebook or Meetup event. Invite your friends and colleagues, or other CodinGamers

  4. Arrange if possible for small catering What you can do is to make arrangements with participants and share the price

*Don't forget to ask for the authorization to host the hub and to invite external people.

Why using Meetup or Facebook?

It allows you to manage registrations.

It also helps other developers to find out about your event.

Finally, it allows us to assess how many goodies to send. Pack of goodies will be sent to CodingHubs with at least 5 people registered to the hub 10 days before the start of the contest.

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