Beer City Code is an annual conference for software developers held in Grand Rapids, MI, also known as Beer City, USA. Software creators of all types are welcome, even those who don’t care for beer. The Beer City Code conference grew out of the success of its predecessor, Grand Rapids DevDay, but was renamed in 2017 to embrace its much more broad appeal outside the Grand Rapids area.
Boston Code Camp 2017 (BCC27)
What is a Code Camp?
Since their inception by members of the local community here in Greater Boston more than 14 years ago, the concept of Code Camps has spread around the world and strengthened many local developer communities. Code Camps are all about developers sharing knowledge with fellow developers in an open format and an informal setting.
The first-ever Code Camp was held at the Microsoft Northeast Region office in Waltham, Massachusetts.
The Code Camp Manifesto:
The original Code Camp Manifesto was published by Thom Robbins in December 2004.
By and For the Greater Boston Technical Community
Boston Code Camp is a day of presentations by and for the Greater Boston and regional technical community. The Code Camp organizers encourage presenters to share a diverse set of technologies, and submissions by a range of presenters from new to highly experienced, and local to regional and national.