Codercamp S16e12

Dec 14, 2016   6:30pm to 9:00pm
Upstairs @ The Pheasant Plucker - 20 Augusta Street


Rob Porter (@rgeraldporter) from Weever Apps will be speaking about coding and digital solutions to naturalist problems, touching upon improvements on collecting species data in the field, making historical sets of Hamilton species data going back decades more available, all using some functional JavaScript & Node.js code and maybe even some R.

Nathan Jervis (@mirhagk) will talk about Visual Studio Team Services (aka Visual Studio Online, aka Team Foundation Server) and how it can be the central location for all the parts of development that aren’t in your editor (source control hosting, issue management, product planning, continous builds, releases, testing). How it can work with whatever tools you have, mixing and matching the right tools for the right job.

Rob Prouse and Bryan Poetz will lead a discussion about the future format of CoderCamp. Bring your ideas about what types of presentations you would like to see and thoughts on changes we can make to the format.

Please contact us if you are interested in giving a talk.


Interested in giving a presentation? You can show up on the evening and hope there is time for your talk, or you can email 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.