We are an open network of University of Minnesota application developers looking to further our programming skills & capacity to innovate by meeting monthly to share tools & tricks of the trade via presentations, workshops, and facilitated discussions.
The goals and activities of the Code-People group are managed by a small rotating group of programmers from different IT departments across campus. We take turns planning, facilitating, contacting speakers, and developing presentations we hope the University programming community will find interesting and useful. Given that our broader goal is to foster software collaboration, we hope to gradually expand these responsibilities as opportunities arise. Currently, we are:
We gather on the first Thursday of every month, typically in Walter 402 from 9:30-11:00. If you can't make it but want to tune-in, we broadcast meetings in real-time with WebEx.
We discuss technical questions & topics relating to software development on a mailing list. Visit the Code People Google Group to join the firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list.
We are constantly looking for speakers and topic ideas for technical talks. Here is information on how to request a talk!