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Vermont Code Camp 12 (2022)

event date

24 Sep 2022

location

Champlain College, Center for Communication and Create Media Burlington, Vermont, United States

website

vtcodecamp.org


12th [Not-Quite] Annual [Thanks to COVID] Vermont Code Camp.

Vermont Code Camp is a locally created, volunteer run, very low budget event that is free for attendees. While this has been a good-sized, full day event in the past (in 2019 we had over 200 attendees and 35 sessions) we had to take a hiatus due to COVID and are going to do a small event as our first venture back.

The plan is a 1/2 day event in the morning and we will focus on local speakers and attendees. This will be an in-person event and we do not have plans to record or stream sessions. Read more about our plans and decision making at https://www.vtcodecamp.org/.


Keep in mind that we will cancel this event if COVID is too problematic in the fall.


Topics
VTCC sessions can be on a large variety of tech content. Take a look at the 2019 event schedule for an idea of the broad topics. 

Important Dates

  • Monday Aug 1 CFP Opens
  • Sunday Aug 21: CFP Closes .  [EXTENDED!]
  • Sunday Aug 28: Speakers notified of selections
  • Saturday Sept 24: Day of Event

Session Length
Sessions can be 30 or 60 minutes.

Preferred Time of Day
If you have a preference on 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.

Your Submissions will be Visible
In 2019, we had blind submissions. For 2022, where we wish to focus on local speakers, we will know who is submitting each session.

What is local? It's how little impact it will have on you if we have to cancel last minute.

We want to be sure that people don't have hotel or travel reservations that will be compromised if we have to cancel this event at the last minute. We'll let you decide how to deal with that. 

No food and no speaker party. COVID is just no fun.


We look forward to partying once again in the future.

Register
We will alert everyone of registration when that is available. If you are speaking, we would still like you to register. It simplifies things on our end.

Contact info:
speaker@vtcodecamp.org
twitter: @vtcodecamp
hashtag: #vtcc12

Who Are We?
Vermont Code Camp 2022 is co-organized by Rob Hale and Julie Lerman. We are joined by a great team of volunteers, including help from our hosts at the Champlain College Division of Information Technology and Sciences

Sponsors for 2022?
Because we are not having a party and not providing food, our costs will be very minimal in 2022.  However, If your company is interested in sponsoring this event financially please check out vtcodecamp.org/sponsor or contact sponsor@vtcodecamp.org for more information.

Code of Conduct and Diversity Statements
We are proud of our community and support you all with a Code of Conduct (vtcodecamp.org/conduct) and a Diversity Statement (vtcodecamp.org/diversity). All participants at VTCC12 are expected to follow these guidance documents.

finished 110 days ago
Call for Speakers
Call opens at 12:00 AM

01 Aug 2022

Call closes at 11:59 PM

21 Aug 2022

This event is in Eastern Daylight Time (UTC-04:00) timezone.
Closing time in your timezone () is .

We intend  to notify speakers of session choices by Sunday July 28th, giving  you 4 weeks to prepare.



all submitted sessions

publicly listed on this page

event fee

free for speakers

The event is free to all

12 submissions
Submitted sessions
Joe Ng
  • Low-code/No-Code: Friend or Foe
Claire Charles
  • Geting started in web3
Andrew Champagne
  • How much does the code matter?
Anahi A Costa
  • The road to a 0 failure Cypress testing suite
Doug Sillars
  • So you want to build an API….
Josh Lee
  • Modern Application Monitoring: An Intro to OpenTelemetry
Kendall Fortney
  • Can Open Source Grow Academia?
Aaron Mell
  • Continuous Delivery: Pushing Quality to the Left
  • Introduction to Managed Kubernetes: One YAML File at a Time
Opemipo Disu
  • Navigating the world of Open Source as a 16-year-old Developer.
Rama Kocherlakota
  • Wordle better with code (and a little math!)
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Russell Fustino
  • Web3 - Blockchain Myths for Developers