Philly Mac Programming Group

Philly Mac Programming Group

The Philly Mac Programming Group was originally started by MLMUGers that had interest in programming and programming languages for the Mac, as a SIG. The Mac Programming SIG.
We have outgrown the status of SIG and became a full fledged programming group. Nevertheless we are still also The MPSIG for MLMUG. We draw our members from the greater Philadelphia Area, and they do not necessarily belong to MLMUG.
Currently there are no membership charges and all are encouraged to join.
Mac is our common interest, however, we are flexible and discuss languages that have broader range than just the Mac. We meet on the first Saturday of every month. Currently we are meeting at the Ludington Library, in their main presentation room. (*click map below). The goal of the group is improve each other's skill through discussions and presentations of projects developed by group members.
The level of the programming skills of the members is varied, and we welcome anybody who is willing to learn any programming language... On a Mac of course!
We meet at 10:30 AM on the first Saturday of the month except for January and August.

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Next Talk (April 2015 )


Upcoming Talk (March 2015 )

Mike Cebrian: Full Stack Javascript.

Mike will be covering: MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS, & NodeJS — the whole web stack. AND, as if that weren’t enough, he’ll talk about how JSON — the Javascript-based interchange format — is used to tie these pieces together. AND, how that makes all of these easy to use together!

Last Talk (February 2015)

The whole group: Javascript & other scripting languages

Our Information

We are currently meeting the first Saturday of the month (except for July and January) at 10:30 AM, at the Ludington Library, in their main presentation room (all the way in the back).
Ludington Library
5 S. Bryn Mawr Avenue,
Bryn Mawr, PA 19406 (click below to be taken to Google maps)
(610) 525-1776

The library is at the main intersection in Bryn Mawr, Lancaster Ave (route 30) & Bryn Mawr Ave, very easy to get to. There is a SEPTA train stop a block away (click below to be taken to Google maps).


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