(Special thanks to Rob Robinson and Brian Dailey for helping to compile this list.)
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615 Flash, the Nashville Flash Platform User Group, is now a collective of UX and UI developers using HTML5, Actionscript3, Flex, Objective-C, C++, Haxe, Lua, and many more, to deploy applications to web, mobile, desktop, or consoles such as game systems, TV, etc.
MidTn Robotic Arts Society (MTRAS)Monthly meetings to discuss robotics technology.
Nashville Amazon Web Services User Group (Nashville AWS)Monthly meetings to discuss use of Amazon Web Services.
Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS) and catering primarily to BI on the Microsoft stack.
Nashville Dynamic Languages (NashDL)Discussion of topics related to dynamic programming languages, intended to be a social group as well as a technical group; also a book club.
Nashville Functional Programmers (NashFP)Monthly lab (think three hour code camp) for programmers interested in functional programming (e.g. Clojure, Erlang, F# Haskell, Lisp). All skill-levels, platforms, backgrounds and languages welcome.
Nashville Java Users' Group (NJUG)Discussions and presentations about Java as a language, platform and community, including emerging JVM languages, various libraries, tools, JSRs, components, IDEs, and news.
Nashville Linux Users Group (NLUG)Monthly meetings, community advocacy, quarterly install fests and other Linux-related projects.
Nashville Microcontrollers Users' Group (NashMicro)Monthly meetings for microcontroller enthusiasts.
Nashville MongoDB User Group (NLUG)Monthly meetup for developers to learn more about the open source, JSON-based document database MongoDB.
Nashville .Net User Group (NashDotNet)The educational and social hub for the Nashville .NET community, meets twice a month (a lecture on the 2nd Thursday, and a hands-on lab on the 3rd Thursday). A fun and welcoming bunch of developers of all skill levels and backgrounds, who truly enjoy learning.
Nashville Ruby on Rails Meetup Group (Nash.rb)Monthly meetings to bring together everyone interested in and using Ruby on Rails for software development.
Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS), the world-wide SQL Server User Group.
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