1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
40 East Saint Clair Street , Indianapolis, IN 46204
All skill levels welcome. Join us for short presentations from local tech professionals, who will offer advice on how you can learn to code, how to use coding and technology skills to unlock rewarding careers, and how coding is creating positive change for your community and the world.
Networking opportunities with local tech and education organizations will be offered in the Riley Room during the event.
Featured Micro-talks include....
• Linking Technology to Create Impact Joshua Driver, Co-Founder & CEO, Selfless.ly & Open for Service
• How Learning to Code Changed My Life Gwendolyn Faraday, Software Developer, freeCodeCampIndy & Fusion Alliance
• How to Use Coding and Technology to Find a Rewarding Career Michael Martz, School of Information Technology, Ivy Tech Community College
• How Working with Developers Changed My Life Anna Saraceno, Product Designer, Trello at Atlassian
•And more micro talks topics from... Zach Cardwell, Springbuk Carol Gilliam, Eleven Fifty Academy David Gregg, Associate Instructor, Kenzie Academy
Parking is available in the library's garage at a cost of $1/hour. The garage entrance is located on Pennsylvania Street, just south of 9th Street. Street parking is available around the library on 9th Street, Saint Clair Street, Pennsylvania Street and Meridian Street. Street parking is free on Sundays. Made possible by Friends of the Library through gifts to The Indianapolis Public Library Foundation.Admission