from August 24 at 8:00am to August 25 at 4:30pm
What is this all about?
Campus Codefest is an event that allows IT staff from across the University to organize and work together based on common interests and skills rather than upon organizational structures and reporting lines. Primarily, it is about professional development and strengthening relationships within our community. Secondarily, it is an opportunity to explore solutions to cross-organizational problems.
Who should attend Campus Codefest?
Many talents and interests contribute to making a great Campus Codefest. Designers, operations engineers, educational technology professionals, business analysts, aspiring programmers, and anyone else interested in building stuff, documenting stuff, automating stuff, designing stuff, or otherwise helping out with or having ideas for projects are welcome to attend.
What kinds of projects are right for Campus Codefest?
Have a look at a projects from a previous year to get some inspiration. At the same time, don't let these ideas limit your thinking! We are a welcoming and friendly group.So, don't be shy, post your idea below!
Have a comment or question?
Contact the Campus Codefest Committee at email@example.com and we'll get right back to you.
What will the food be like?
We'll have pizza for lunches, coffee/drinks, and a variety of snacks, including stuff like fruit, yogurt, muffins, etc. If you have a dietary restriction, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will work something out for you.
Short Link for this site: http://z.umn.edu/ccf17.
Twitter Handle: @umnccf
Back Channel: https://codepeople.slack.com/messages/ccf/
Q: Do I have to be a programmer to attend Campus Codefest?
A: No (see event description above)
Q: Will you feed me at this event?
A: Yes (pizza and lots of snacks, coffee, soda, etc)
96 of 110 spots registered.
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