CODEshow, an all-day software conference, goes up today at the Dock Street Theatre in downtown Charleston.
Put on by the Charleston Digital Corridor and its member companies, the techie get-together will feature a trio of out-of-town speakers who will each present on in-demand computer programming languages.
Brian Ford of Google will talk about AngularJS; Asya Kamsky of 10Gen will present on MongoDB; and Tim Caswell of Creationix Innovations will discuss Node.js.
Digital Corridor director Ernest Andrade said he expects more than 150 people, from local students to regional professionals, to show up for the event, which his organization’s latest technical educational offering.
Go to http://www.chscodeshow.com/ for more details on the speakers and agenda.
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