San Francisco Meetup: Group Debugging

Group De­bug­ging:

We’ll be meet­ing to solve each other’s prob­lems!

Here’s how it works: we’ll have ev­ery­one brain­storm silently for a few min­utes, then go around and sum­ma­rize what prob­lems we might like to work on; then peo­ple can break up into smaller con­ver­sa­tions ac­cord­ing to prob­lems they think they could be most helpful with.

For meetup info or help get­ting into the build­ing, call or text 734-846-1308


We meet and start hang­ing out at 6:15, but don’t offi­cially start do­ing the meetup topic un­til 6:45-7:00 to ac­com­mo­date strag­glers. Usu­ally there is a food or­der that goes out be­fore we start the meetup topic.

About these mee­tups:

The mis­sion of the SF LessWrong meetup is to provide a fun, low-key so­cial space with some struc­tured in­ter­ac­tion, where new and non-new com­mu­nity mem­bers can min­gle and have in­ter­est­ing con­ver­sa­tions. Every­one is wel­come.

We ex­plic­itly en­courage peo­ple to split off from the main con­ver­sa­tion or di­verge from the topic if that would be more fun for them (mov­ing side con­ver­sa­tions into a sep­a­rate part of the space if ap­pro­pri­ate). Meetup top­ics are here as a tool to fa­cil­i­tate fun in­ter­ac­tion, and we cer­tainly don’t want them to in­hibit it.

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