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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.
20 12, 2018

Announcing CodeMash Lightning Talks!

By |2018-12-20T09:17:46+00:00December 20th, 2018|

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-research talk about actual lightning? BONUS POINTS!!!!! Want to give a talk on [...]

19 12, 2018

KidzMash Special Session Tickets Now Live!

By |2018-12-19T22:52:30+00:00December 19th, 2018|

Have you heard about KidzMash? It is a conference within CodeMash, offered to the families of attendees. Similar to CodeMash attendee sessions, KidzMash also holds sessions which run Tuesday-Friday. Please see the KidzMash page for more info, and make sure your kids/family members are signed up! All KidzMash sessions are also listed in the CodeMash session schedule.  They are tagged "KidzMash". Important: We have just released tickets for special KidzMash sessions! Tickets are expected to go incredibly fast. If you or you family would like to participate, get a ticket for these sessions as soon as possible. These special sessions have around 25-30 [...]

19 12, 2018

Announcing the CodeMash Computer Museum!

By |2018-12-19T17:14:29+00:00December 19th, 2018|

New for 2019! We are incorporating a CodeMash Museum into our stage this year. If you have some dusty old computer hardware that someone might find interesting please consider bringing it to the museum. There will even be a competition for the most obscure/oldest hardware! We have only 12 or so slots available, first come, first serve. All hardware will be on display for the duration of the conference, located on the main stage which is where we have attendee meals and larger sessions. The room will be locked in the evening, but the hardware will not be secured otherwise. [...]

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