• The Nerdery

    100 E. 7th Street, Kansas City, MO (map)
  • Welcome to Nerd Therapy! Our goal of this meetup is to connect passionate people in software development with passionate Nerds to help solve all your software development woes through panel discussions, topic experts and networking.
    Are you using outdated formats or plug-ins that can't be displayed in all browsers? And is it compatible with common browsers?
    Does your website contain distracting animations that scroll, flash or move too often?
    Are you displaying too many ads or pop-ups?
    Does clicking on things not do anything?
    On mobile do you think of things like responsive images and payment processing?
    And most importantly do your pages take 3 or more seconds to load? 
    Website performance can be a challenge. But don’t worry, we’re here to help you navigate through dark forces of web development. We do it everyday.
    As always, attendees are encouraged to come prepared with their biggest and most common concerns with their site.
    5:30-6 p.m.: Food and networking
    6-7 p.m.: Nerd Therapy
    7-8 p.m.: More food and networking
    About The Nerdery
    We are a custom software design and development company built on the belief that passionate nerds are the driving force behind business breakthroughs. Our vision is to be the best place in the world for Nerds to work; our purpose is to redefine what’s possible through technology.
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    Work: I love computers and am passionate about writing good software and sharing what I've learned.
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