What is this event about?
FreeCodeCamp (http://freecodecamp.com/) is a non-profit that helps you learn to code, and program websites. You work through their free self-paced coding challenges, build projects, and earn certificates. Coffee-and-code sessions are informal get-togethers, sort of like a study group, where you can hang out and code with other participants of the freeCodeCamp program in your city.
More information about "coffee-and-code" sessions here:
How do I prepare for the event?
You absolutely need to bring a laptop! Otherwise, you'll be doing programming work on your phone, and that's not going to be fun.
Also, kindly sign up at freecodecamp.com if you can, and familiarize yourself with how it works, if you're new to things.
How do I get to the event?
The location of the meet-up is at the University of Ghana Computer Science Department. The University of Ghana Computer Science Department is right next to the Mathematics department, which can be seen on a map here:
The room we are meeting in is the Computer Science Department Library, which is located down the stairs of the University of Ghana Computer Science Department.
When you're downstairs, go through the (unlocked) second pair of doors on the building to the right, and the doors right in front of you, when you enter.
What do I do when I get lost?
Feel free to get in touch with John Otu at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 026 453 7375 if you need help finding us.
Accra, Greater Accra Region
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