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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.
27 12, 2019

Announcing CodeMash 2020 Lightning Talks!

By |2019-12-27T18:05:47+00:00December 27th, 2019|

OMG! LIGHTNING TALKS ARE BACK!!!!!! Wednesday night, 7pm, in the main room, come see people give short talks on things they are excited about. Every year, we have so many great talks, and you can experience them. Or, even better, YOU CAN GIVE ONE!!!! What is a lightning talk? Funny you should ask, because I have an answer for you! A lightning talk is a short, at most 6-minute, talk about anything you want. It doesn't have to be about technology, it can be about literally anything! Want to be funny and give a deeply-researched talk about actual lightning? BONUS POINTS!!!!! Want to give [...]

27 12, 2019

CodeMash 2020 Shuttle

By |2019-12-27T13:10:55+00:00December 27th, 2019|

CodeMash has many attendees, and not all of them can fit in the Kalahari. Therefore, many hotels are required and we want to make it as safe and easy as possible to get to and from CodeMash. In case you are wondering, the shuttle is indeed high tech- but it's the kind that stays on the ground, not the kind that goes to space (maybe we'll have one of those at a future event). We are using highly sophisticated devices in each shuttle for real-time location tracking, so that you can know down to the second where the shuttle is. [...]

27 12, 2019

Announcing the CodeMash Derby!

By |2019-12-27T12:31:32+00:00December 27th, 2019|

Pine Car Bragging Rights! So you always wanted to help your kid win the Pine Car Derby, but you also wanted it to be “their car”? Well now’s your chance to earn those “Derby Bragging Rights” direct from CodeMash…and this won’t just be any Derby…this will be “The Derby”. There are only a few rules…you must conform to the size limits of a regulation derby car (so it will fit on the track), you must not damage the track and it must not be a safety hazard (i.e. propulsion systems should be controlled)…other than that anything goes after the cars [...]

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