for the Developers by the Developers .
Saturday, June 9, 2018
Starting at 7:00 AM
We are currently negotiating on an AWESOME venue!
✶ LEARN ✶ SHARE ✶ DEVELOP ✶
Its purpose of Chicago Code Camp is to educate, mentor, and spark dialogue around innovative changes and best practices occurring in the industry.
Organized and run by a dedicated group of volunteers, we each contribute our own specialized skills and a shared passion for collaboration to make this event happen!
A range of topics including but not limited to ALM, Java, .NET, Ruby, Mobile Development, Cloud, Mechatronics, and Developer/Management Soft Skills are often covered.
[2016 Keynote] Fear and (Self) Loathing at IT Conferences– A Look At Imposter SyndromeMin Maung
[2016 Keynote] A Great Time To Be A DeveloperMin Maung
April 29th, 2017Gordana Cekich
Chicago Code Camp is returning to Illinois Institute of Technology!
Nine tracks filled with exciting sessions all day long -
.NET, web, mobile, cloud, robotics, AI, IOT, testing, Java, Open Source Software,
soft skills, ALM, and more.
Register now ! And let your colleges, bosses, peers, friends, and social networks know about it.
Registration for Chicago Code Camp 2017 is OPEN!Jason Rotello
Please register only if you plan on attending.
If you registered and can no longer make it please cancel your registration.
Videos are now available from last year's keynotesMin Maung
Last year’s first speaker was Angela Dugan (@OakParkGirl) from Polaris Solutions. She is a Chicago-based tech community leader, a Microsoft MVP, a Certified Scrum master, and runs the Chicago Visual Studio ALM user group. Watch the Fear and (Self) Loathing 2016 keynote video.
Our second keynote from Chicago Code Camp 2016 was given by David Giard, Jason Farrell, and Brian Lewis – all passionate technical evangelists and leaders from our local community. Watch the A Great Time To Be A Developer 2016 keynote video.
Chicago Code Camp proudly supports Latina Girls Code, and you can too!Michael Erpenbeck
Chicago Code Camp (CCC) is proud to announce a partnership with the Latina Girls Code (LGC) program. LGC’s mission is to empower young Latinas through STEM education. They are a Chicagoland organization created to support Latina girls interested in technology through mentorship, education, internships, and other opportunities. For more information about LGC, please visit their website.
Chicago Code Camp attendees get $10 off GitKraken Pro:Michael Erpenbeck
We want to thank Axosoft, one of our event partners, for providing $10 off their Git client to all attendees!
GitKraken is an intuitive Git GUI for Windows, Mac, and Linux, and it can help you with version control! If you haven’t heard about GitKraken, watch this 90-second video to get a quick overview.
The Chicago Code Camp 2017 Schedule has been releasedMin Maung
*While we strive to keep changes to a minimum, minor adjustments to session times may need to be made prior to April 29th so please check the schedule again before the big day!
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