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Voluntarist
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New York City Meet Up Groups?

Post by Voluntarist » Thu Nov 29, 2012 3:39 am

Hello All,

I'm a beginner programmer and have selected live code as my first language to master. I was wondering if there was anyone in the NYC area who would be interested in helping tutor or give lessons with Live Code. I'm having a bit of difficulty finding tutoring for this highly specific language. Let me know if there are any other live coders in the NYC area! Thanks!

mvreade
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Re: New York City Meet Up Groups?

Post by mvreade » Tue Jan 29, 2013 3:59 am

I'm in NYC too, and also a beginner at Run-Rev. Not a programer by training, but am quite comfortable with Filemaker and Real Studio.

Best,
Michael

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Re: New York City Meet Up Groups?

Post by Simon » Tue Jan 29, 2013 5:02 am

Hi Voluntarist,
Have you gone over the lessons:
http://lessons.runrev.com/
http://runrev.com/developers/lessons-an ... nferences/
http://runrev.com/developers/lessons-an ... tutorials/

I know it's not a one on one tutorial but there is plenty of great information there.

Simon
I used to be a newbie but then I learned how to spell teh correctly and now I'm a noob!

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Re: New York City Meet Up Groups?

Post by Peregrine » Wed Aug 14, 2013 6:37 pm

Are there any NYC groups?
I'm in NYC temporarily and would appreciate connecting with other LC users here.
Charles Buchwald
xTalk coding since 1990
Developer of lcResTool and lcMover and other developer tools
http://charlesbuchwald.com/downloads/

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