freeCodeCamp Greenville is a group that meets twice a month in Greenville South Carolina to work on freeCodeCamp projects together. Students of any skill level are welcome to attend.

We meet on the first and third Thursdays of every month at 7 PM at NEXT on Main on the 3rd floor of the Bank of America building in downtown Greenville. Please use one of the side entrances inside the adjacent parking garages. The main entrance to the building is locked after 6:30 PM.

GVL.js is having a meetup on August 23. If you’re in the JavaScript section of freeCodeCamp, you may want to check out this meetup.

Next Meetup

Hack Night - OpenWorks
Thursday, August 16, 2018

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Hack Nights

Evenings devoted to working on FCC projects and challenges. Campers use this opportunity to receive assistance from other campers and mentors.

Presentation Nights

We will occasionally have a guest speaker give a presentation. Topics covered include job hunting, walk-through of freeCodeCamp challenges, and JavaScript core concepts. After the presentation will be the normal hack night activities.

Parking

For events at Next on Main, you can park in the Aloft parking garage or the Richardson Street garage. Both garages are on Richardson Street, on either side of the Bank of America building. There is an entrance to Next on Main in each garage. In the Aloft garage the entrance is on the 5th level. In the Richardson Street garage the entrance is on the 3rd level. During the event there will be a virtual doorbell on this page so that we can let you in.

Join us on Slack and Facebook

We have a channel #freecodecampgvl on the HackGreenville Slack team. Go here to sign up.

Join us on Facebook.

Help Make This Website Better

One purpose of this website is to be a project that we can collaborate on. We want to give our fellow FCC campers real world experience in collaborative coding and distributed version control using Git and GitHub.

If you have ideas or suggestions for this site, open an issue or a pull request. Don’t know what that means? Come to one of our meet-ups and we’ll get you started!