Due to restrictions for large groups, Albany Code Camp 2020 has been canceled. We had hoped that we could postpone the event, but canceling for 2020 is the responsible thing to do. We had planned on being back in 2021, but the current seating restrictions would make holding an in-person event impossible.
Albany Code Camp 2021 has been tentatively set to Saturday, September 24th, 2022.
Albany Code Camp is a one day conference to allow developers and other members of the tech community to share knowledge with other developers. It will be inclusive and has a posted code of conduct and a diversity statement for everyone involved. We are not limiting the speakers to developers, it’s any part of the tech community.
It will be held on Saturday, September 24th, 2022, at the Tyler Technologies Conference Center in Latham, NY. The venue space will allow us to run 5 concurrent tracks. We are planning of having 4 blocks that are one hour long, and one block that will have two 30 minutes sessions. We plan on offering the lunch hour for the “Gold Level” sponsors to speak in the larger conference rooms. That would let us have from between 25 to 30 sessions for the day.
Albany Code Camp is a locally created, volunteer-run, very low budget event. Thanks to our sponsors, we can provide lunch for attendees. We do not offer speaker travel or stipend.
Albany Code Camp sessions can be on a large variety of tech content.
Sessions can be 30 or 60 minutes.
Preferred Time of Day
If you have a preference for when to schedule your session, please leave a note in the "Notes to organizer" field. We will provide a preview of the schedule to speakers to make any last adjustments.
Number of sessions
If you submit more that one session (please and thank you!), leave a note in the comments the maximum number of sessions that you want to do. If you only want to do one session, let us know which one would be your preference.
Anonymous Evaluation of Submissions
Even though the submissions are visible on the CfS page the first round of our selection process of the submissions will be conducted anonymously to avoid bias. In order to help with this initiative, we request speakers avoid including biographical information (i.e. name, company, etc.) in the session title, description, or notes to the organizer. Please use the speaker biography field for this information.
Code of Conduct and Diversity Statement
We have published a Code of Conduct (https://albanycodecamp.org/conduct) and a Diversity Statement (https://albanycodecamp.org/diversity) in order to best serve our community. All attendees of Albany Code Camp are expected to the posted guidelines.
If you have any dietary restrictions, please leave a note in the comments section.
We could not host Albany Code Camp without the generous support of our sponsors. If your company is interested in being a sponsor, please visit our Sponsor page (https://albanycodecamp.org/sponsor) or email sponsor@albanycodecamp for more information.