Technology Groups in East Michigan
Michigan has many vibrant tech groups with focuses such as Linux, programming languages, hardware, or even just general technology. We’ve curated a list of active tech groups in South East Michigan, and we do our best to keep it up to date. If you know of a group we missed, be sure to contact us and let us know! (If you’re on the West Side of Michigan, CONGA-WM is a great place to find technical groups to participate with.)
This is us! Michigan!/usr/group is the oldest Unix™ based user group in the Detroit area. We’ve been around since 1986, but that doesn’t mean that we’re a bunch of old farts (well, some of us are)! We have a lot of members, and we cover all kinds of Unix and Linux related topics at our monthly meetings. We meet on the second Tuesday of each month, at the Farmington Community Library at 6:30 PM. Join us afterward for dinner!
The Metro Detroit Linux Users Group (MDLUG) meets monthly at 12:30 PM on the second Saturday of each month. Meetings last about two hours.
The SouthEastern Michigan Computer Organization a group of computer enthusiasts in southeastern Michigan. Check the SEMCO
page for more details.
Whether you’re new to coding or a seasoned hacker, CoffeeHouseCoders is for you. We meet once a week in local coffee shops to work on pet projects, talk about technology, and meet our fellow hackers. There’s no “meeting format”, people just show up and do what they want: coding, storyboarding an idea with friends, arguing about technology, or finding startup co-founders. There are several local chapters of CHC groups throughout Southeast Michigan available to visit.
MichiPUG is the Michigan Python Usergroup.
The SHCC is a club for computer enthusiasts of all knowledge levels from novice to power user. The club is located in Sterling Heights, Michigan. The main meeting is the first Tuesday of each month, except July and August.
The Southeast Michigan BSD User Group (SEMIBUG) meets monthly for presentations, discussions, socializing, and networking. Local BSD folks involved include BSD author Michael W Lucas and OpenBSD alumni Nick Holland.
Detroit Autonomous Vehicles Group is a group of techies who share a common vision – innovation and passion for using technology to better the world. Hopefully we can leave this place a little better than we found it by using technology.
Ann Arbor Autonomous Vehicles Group is a group of techies who also share a common vision – innovation and passion for using technology to better the world. Hopefully we can leave this place a little better than we found it by using technology.
We represent Python programming language enthusiasts of the greater Detroit and Eastern Michigan area. This is an open, free-form group to engage with each other over this versatile and fun programming language.
We represent Blender enthusiasts of the greater Detroit and Eastern Michigan area. This is an open, free-form group to engage with each other over this versatile and fun graphics program.
We are a group of makers learning and working with Circuit Python using a variety of hardware.
This group is for getting together to learn how to build and connect with electronics, especially BeagleBone, and support each other in teaching others. All skill levels are welcome—an interest in making things and sharing how to make things is all that is required.
This site lists communities in the area that might be of interest. The Michigan!/usr/group is present there.
Find more groups at Gettogether.community.