CodeConf is about improving the software community by featuring thought-provoking talks and building social connections. Join us for the third installment of the CodeConf series where we will come together to discuss open source, best practices, documentation, community, and maybe even hacking space exploration.
Did you know GitHub contains powerful features for managing your open source project? In this class we'll explore strategies to improve communication, steer development, and encourage collaboration on your project.
In this class we'll explore the latest features of the GitHub desktop clients for Mac and Windows, demonstrating common ways for contributing to open source projects and streamlining your workflow with just a few clicks.
In this workshop, we'll explore the basics of hacking on Atom by building a simple package for maintaining a daily journal. You'll finish with a useful example package that you can continue to experiment with on your own, and you'll also gain skills you can use to build other useful packages to share with the rest of the Atom community.
CodeConf will be held in the beautifully renovated Bell Tower. This 1874 church has been remodeled as an ideal venue for conferences of our size.
A select number of rooms have been reserved with a special conference rate at Gaylord Opryland Hotel, and we’ll shuttle buses for easy access to the venue. Register a discounted room by clicking here! Space is limited, so grab yours now.
Gaylord Opryland Hotel is at 2800 Opryland Dr, Nashville, TN 37214.
The CodeConf afterparty is featured at the Country Music Hall of Fame, a venue that needs no introduction. A short 5 minute walk from the conference venue, there's plenty of time between the end of the day and the party kickoff to grab some food and enjoy Nashville's musical downtown district.
Nashville is served by Nashville International Airport (BNA). From the airport, you will be able to reach downtown Nashville by car (rental car, taxi, Uber) or bus (Line 18: Downtown Express).
Your ticket includes access to all conference workshops, sessions, events, and activities.
Purchase an all-conference ticket to be donated to our diversity scholarship program. Purchasing this ticket does not provide you admission to CodeConf, but it does provide admission for individuals from underrepresented groups. Scholarship tickets are distributed by our participating organizations.Donate
We've set aside tickets, and other CodeConf attendees have donated tickets, exclusively for groups working to improve the diversity of our community. You can apply to receive on of these tickets through one of our participating organizations.Apply