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ProgClub is a [[Programmers' Club]]. A club for computer programmers. We exist to provide members and the general public with information and [[Services|services]] that empower them to become better more productive programmers. We also exist to provide a collaborative platform for the development and distribution of open-source [[projects]].
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ProgClub runs several [[forums]] and is [[Why ProgClub is cooler than ProgSoc|cooler than ProgSoc]].
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We exist to provide members and the general public with information and [[services]] that empower them to become better more productive programmers. We also exist to provide a collaborative platform for the development and distribution of free software [[projects]].
  
ProgClub's [[Executive]] acts inline with the club's [[Constitution]] and upholds the club's [[Values]].
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ProgClub runs several [[forums]] for our [[members]].
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ProgClub's [[executive]] acts inline with the club's [[charter]] and upholds the club's [[values]].
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Next you can read about our [[executive]].

Latest revision as of 17:03, 11 December 2017

ProgClub is a programmers' club, a free international club for enthusiastic and passionate computer programmers who are interested in their professional development.

We exist to provide members and the general public with information and services that empower them to become better more productive programmers. We also exist to provide a collaborative platform for the development and distribution of free software projects.

ProgClub runs several forums for our members.

ProgClub's executive acts inline with the club's charter and upholds the club's values.

Next you can read about our executive.