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Talk Clojure (and other topics)

Online event

During the pandemic we'll be more informally talking about Clojure topics or any topics that come to mind so we can continue to connect (and support each other). Feel free

Talk Clojure (and other topics)

Online event

During the pandemic we'll be more informally talking about Clojure topics or any topics that come to mind so we can continue to connect (and support each other). Feel free

Talk Clojure (and other topics)

Online event

During the pandemic we'll be more informally talking about Clojure topics or any topics that come to mind so we can continue to connect (and support each other). Feel free

NH Python Group Project Night

Online event

This is a place to show off your projects and get help if you need it! Pizza will be provided.

NH Python Group Project Night

Online event

This is a place to show off your projects and get help if you need it! Pizza will be provided.

NH Python Group Project Night

Online event

This is a place to show off your projects and get help if you need it! Pizza will be provided.

2022 Cloud Connect Summit New Hampshire

LaBelle Winery 345 Route 101, Amhearst, NH

The Cloud Connect Summit returns in person with a focus on cybersecurity and ransomware protection from industry experts. ***NHTA members receive a complimentary registration by entering TECH in the discount

$50

NH Python Group Book Club

Online event

Last meetup before summer break! Find an article or reference, preferably on Python, and be prepared to give a few sentences on the article or a concept contained in the

Play, Reflect, Connect & Grow with Kikori

Workers and students in the United States are facing a crisis.  The Atlantic termed this as Workism and stated that, "for the college-educated elite, work has morphed into a religious