CoderCamp Hamilton is a monthly meetup / mini-conference for local software developers to learn tools, techniques, and technologies from one another in a casual and friendly setting. We meet to talk about coding, software development, and technology to learn from each other and get better at what we do in the process.
This month, Rodney Barnes will be giving a lightning talk on web scraping and his app Where Should I Vote?, which scrapes elections.ca to query for and display polling station information for a given address or postal code.
Shalom Shore is web designer, UX architect, and entrepreneur, with a background in WordPress, Ad Tech, and Startup development. He’ll be presenting a short UX case study from his work on an ad server redesign, illustrating how some creative thinking and pre-existing resources can be harnessed to make a quick and cost-effective pivot on a piece of software. You’ll get introduced to wireframing tools, creative thinking methodologies, and the importance of client interviews.
Interested in giving a presentation? You can show up on the evening and hope there is time for your talk, or you can email email@example.com and we’ll add you to the list of scheduled talks.
Please register. If enough people are coming then we need to tell the bar to bring in another staff member.