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About Greg Huber

Greg Huber (Communication Czar) has been involved with CodeMash since the beginning. Greg is responsible for all things communications related to CodeMash throughout the year and during the conference. Prior to this role, he helped with sponsorships. During CodeMash, when he's not working the comms channels, you may find him tinkering, building, flying a drone, or wrecking something in the Factory.
29 12, 2018

PSA: Download your Pre-Compiler Pre-Requisites before CodeMash!

By |2018-12-29T21:20:46+00:00December 29th, 2018|

Are you planning to attend the CodeMash Pre-Compilers? If so, we strongly recommend that you take the time BEFORE the conference to prepare. The wifi during the CodeMash can sometimes be a little iffy, especially Tuesday morning on the first day of the Pre-Compiler. Gonna chance it and wait to download? You will have to compete with all of your other wonderful CodeMash attendees for bandwidth. They may be seeding their machine to cloud backups, watching youtube videos of cats, and/or pulling the same 5GB file over the Internet and Wi-Fi that you need… by the time you have it, and [...]

28 12, 2018

The Art of Knowing the Happs at CodeMash

By |2019-01-04T10:59:09+00:00December 28th, 2018|

CodeMash is quite the adventure! As such, it can be quite a challenge effectively getting the word out on everything happening during the Week of Awesome ™. CodeMash hosts a wide array of events and activities, many of which have been communicated using analog methods in prior years. In order to help prep for CodeMash 2019 and understand "the happs" please read on. Comms 101 We try to keep information up to date as much as possible, and are mostly committed to using the channels below. Tweeter. Follow @codemash https://twitter.com/codemash  This channel is used to tweet important announcements. During CodeMash, [...]

20 12, 2018

Announcing the CodeMash CTF (Capture the Flag) Competition!

By |2018-12-20T22:37:18+00:00December 20th, 2018|

The CodeMash CTF (Capture The Flag) is back for 2019…. And it starts 12/27/18!  Yes, you read that right.. This event starts before the conference! What is this thing all about? A Capture The Flag competition is a a technological puzzle game played online, that requires insight and good research skills to discover the secrets within, capture the flags, and win prizes.  You don't have to be a security specialist to play. Almost all of the challenges just require a good knowledge of how software, file formats, and the Internet works. Starting at 6PM December 27th, we will be releasing one [...]

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