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.
10 12, 2018

CodeMash 2019 Special Event: NASA Guided Tours

By |2018-12-10T16:00:49+00:00December 10th, 2018|

Returning again for CodeMash 2019: CodeMash is partnering with NASA to offer guided tours at the NASA Plum Brook Station, which is just across the street from the Kalahari hotel. It is here that NASA simulates the rigorous conditions of launch and high-altitude flight in order to test rockets and satellites before they are actually launched.  CodeMash has arranged for several small excursions to tour this NASA facility as part of the Kidzmash/CodeMash Families program! NASA can only accommodate one 25-person party per day (two tours on Weds and Fri), so space is limited. Tours are available Tues-Friday. See below for detailed times. Tickets are [...]

29 11, 2018

Coming to KidzMash? Time to get registered!

By |2018-11-29T21:48:26+00:00November 29th, 2018|

KidzMash Registration now Open! Attending CodeMash? Bringing the family? Head over here to register (scroll to bottom of page): Last year we had over 1,000 kidz attend over the course of all four days. KidzMash registration is free! What's going on at KidzMash this year? Sessions - sessions geared for kidz. They are currently listed along with regular attendee sessions and tagged as "KidzMash Sessionz". More info on session times will be announced soon. Divez- New! 2 hour sessions for older kidz. Open Spacez - Kids, Parents, etc. can share topics that they have interests in. Sign up sheets will [...]

18 11, 2018

Session Interest Survey – Make the Fire Marshal Happy!

By |2018-11-18T13:15:45+00:00November 18th, 2018|

It's that time of the year where we talk about import ant things, like fire safety. We aren't just intending this announcement to go to attendees with Samsung phones, either, so please read on! Each room at the Kalahari has a limit to the number of occupants and, according to the fire marshal, this isn't merely a suggestion. So, in order to help us get your <session I'm super excited about and will die if I'm not able to see> session in the right room, we'd like to ask for your help in voting for the sessions you think you are [...]

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