Events

Code Fellows Campus Tours

Every Friday

11:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

2901 3rd Ave. #300, Seattle WA 98121

Want to see our space and talk to an Admissions Advisor in person? Join us for weekly campus tours! Every Friday, we give a tour at our campus so you can see the space and get an overall feel for the Code Fellows learning environment.

DWeb Talks: What Happens When Files Are Shared on the Decentralized Web

Thursday, Jan 30, 2020

7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Code Fellows

How does the decentralized web work? Come and find out with this introductory-level presentation from Kelsey Breseman! Kelsey Breseman is the Archiving Program Lead at the Environmental Data & Governance Initiative (envirodatagov.org), the premier accountability organization reporting on how the United States government presents (or fails to present) environmental data– best known for data rescue efforts following the 2016 elections. Connected with that work, she also hosts Data Together (datatogether.org), which envisions better futures for public ownership of data via open discussions for decentralized web technologists and data managers around civics and values embedded in technology design.

SeaJUG Office Hours

Tuesday, Feb 4, 2020

6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Code Fellows

Have questions about Java? Need help with a project or want a second set of eyes to dig into that tricky issue you’ve been facing? Or are you a total newbie interested in learning Java and don't know where to start? Come hang out with fellow SeaJUG members at Java Office Hours!

Harvard in Tech Seattle - Brainstorm Session

Sunday, Feb 9, 2020

2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Code Fellows

We're having the first brainstorming session of Winter 2020! Do you have event ideas, comments, burning, curious questions for us? Join us. This is a free public event open to all because future events we host are made directly with your feedback at this event. Sign up now!

Code 401: Python Final Presentations

Friday, Feb 14, 2020

1:30 a.m. – 3:00 a.m.

2901 3rd Ave. #300, Seattle WA 98121

Are Code Fellows students ready to contribute to real-world development projects as soon as they graduate? See for yourself! Get an exclusive look at the projects that our Code 401 students create during a week-long development sprint.

Partner Power Hour: From Candidate to Employee - Building Your Job Search Brand

Friday, Feb 14, 2020

12:15 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Code Fellows

Tips for landing a job using a recruiter and how to land your first job. About the presenter: Artem Zakharchenko, Senior Vice President for Robert Half Technology in Seattle, WA leads their business development and client account management efforts in the Puget Sound Region. Artem joined Robert Half Technology in 2005 and has served in numerous roles, including Technical Recruiter, Senior Account Executive, Division Director, and now Senior Vice President. Artem has been directly involved with placements of over 1900 contract, contract-to-hire, and direct-hire employees since joining Robert Half Technology.

JavaScript Final Presentations - Open to the public!

Saturday, Feb 22, 2020

10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Code Fellows | 2901 3rd Avenue #300 Seattle, WA 98121

Join our community in celebrating the accomplishments of our 401 graduates while also getting an exclusive look at the projects that are created during a week-long development sprint. The group presentations will give you a great sense of the stories and backgrounds of the graduates coming out of Code Fellows, while also providing insights into the skill sets gained over the past 10 weeks. In just 5 days, these students plan, build, and launch an MVP to demonstrate their development capabilities. There is no better way to be part of our community while also gaining early access to the talent from our program than joining for this event!

Permission to Succeed. Why we self-sabotage & how we can stop

Friday, Feb 28, 2020

12:15 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Code Fellows

Do you feel that sometimes you are your own worst enemy? Is there a goal you have had for a long time but you just don’t make it? Do you catch yourself binge-watching Netflix when you are almost done with an important project, overspending when are really close to reaching your savings goal, or quitting exercise when your weight goal is just a few pounds away? The reasons why we self-sabotage are complex. Most of them are rooted in fear of failure—but sometimes we are also afraid to succeed. Getting to the bottom of these reasons is key to changing our self-sabotaging behavior. Takeaways In this workshop, we will talk about why we self-sabotage, the different ways in which self-sabotage manifests in people’s lives, and how we can leave it behind. You will leave with an actionable list of strategies and tools that can help you make positive changes and strengthen confidence in yourself and your work. This workshop is for everybody who … … is ready to bring awareness to the issue of self-sabotage and the underlying reasons. … wants to take control of negative thoughts and habits and initiate a positive change. … needs some input and strategies to get stuff done and let themselves rise to their potential. About the Presenter: Micha Goebig is a life coach and published author. Having run her own businesses for the past 20 years, she launched Go Big Coaching to help her clients live the full life they deserve. A particular focus of her work is supporting them in mastering major transitions and building positive new habits. Micha is based in Seattle, WA. Originally from Germany, she received her master's degree from the University of Munich and trained as a coach with one of Germany's leading executive coaches, Monika Scheddin.

Permission to Succeed. Why we self-sabotage & how we can stop

Saturday, Feb 29, 2020

12:15 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Code Fellows

Do you feel that sometimes you are your own worst enemy? Is there a goal you have had for a long time but you just don’t make it? Do you catch yourself binge-watching Netflix when you are almost done with an important project, overspending when are really close to reaching your savings goal, or quitting exercise when your weight goal is just a few pounds away? The reasons why we self-sabotage are complex. Most of them are rooted in fear of failure—but sometimes we are also afraid to succeed. Getting to the bottom of these reasons is key to changing our self-sabotaging behavior. Takeaways In this workshop, we will talk about why we self-sabotage, the different ways in which self-sabotage manifests in people’s lives, and how we can leave it behind. You will leave with an actionable list of strategies and tools that can help you make positive changes and strengthen confidence in yourself and your work. This workshop is for everybody who … … is ready to bring awareness to the issue of self-sabotage and the underlying reasons. … wants to take control of negative thoughts and habits and initiate a positive change. … needs some input and strategies to get stuff done and let themselves rise to their potential. About the Presenter: Micha Goebig is a life coach and published author. Having run her own businesses for the past 20 years, she launched Go Big Coaching to help her clients live the full life they deserve. A particular focus of her work is supporting them in mastering major transitions and building positive new habits. Micha is based in Seattle, WA. Originally from Germany, she received her master's degree from the University of Munich and trained as a coach with one of Germany's leading executive coaches, Monika Scheddin.

Gods Unchained, Ethereum Laptop Game

Wednesday, Mar 4, 2020

6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Code Fellows

Bring your Windows or Mac laptop to play Gods Unchained or just your smartphone to practice Ethereum blockchain and card transfers. You can also just come to watch and mingle. Each of the three sessions will start by helping beginners get started with blockchain wallets, game installation, and free cards. We’ll then try playing some games in solo or vs. modes. We’ll buy/sell/trade some cards(many are 5-25 cents value each), discuss deckbuilding, and play strategy. If time permits, we’ll use some bitcoin, and talk about other blockchain topics. Some walk to a beer in Belltown after the meetup. Gods Unchained is a card game like Magic the Gathering, but cards are owned on the blockchain. You can buy, sell, or give cards away to other blockchain users for any price without consent of the publisher, just like physical cards.

Founder Hotseat at Code Fellows

Wednesday, Mar 11, 2020

6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Code Fellows

Do you have a startup, or a strong idea for a startup? Could you use blunt, honest feedback on your ideas from experienced entrepreneurs? Then join us for the Founder Hotseat event, from the Founder Institute. During this event, members of the audience will pitch their ideas to a panel of experts, who will then rate each pitch on a score of 1-5 (no 3's allowed!), and provide helpful feedback. Even if you don't want to pitch, you are invited to register, hear startup ideas, and watch how the experts analyze and critique businesses.

Java Final Presentations - Open to the public!

Friday, Mar 13, 2020

10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Code Fellows | 2901 3rd Avenue #300 Seattle, WA 98121

Join our community in celebrating the accomplishments of our 401 graduates while also getting an exclusive look at the projects that are created during a week-long development sprint. The group presentations will give you a great sense of the stories and backgrounds of the graduates coming out of Code Fellows, while also providing insights into the skill sets gained over the past 10 weeks. In just 5 days, these students plan, build, and launch an MVP to demonstrate their development capabilities. There is no better way to be part of our community while also gaining early access to the talent from our program than joining for this event!

Java Final Presentations - Open to the public!

Friday, Mar 13, 2020

1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Code Fellows | 2901 3rd Avenue #300 Seattle, WA 98121

Join our community in celebrating the accomplishments of our 401 graduates while also getting an exclusive look at the projects that are created during a week-long development sprint. The group presentations will give you a great sense of the stories and backgrounds of the graduates coming out of Code Fellows, while also providing insights into the skill sets gained over the past 10 weeks. In just 5 days, these students plan, build, and launch an MVP to demonstrate their development capabilities. There is no better way to be part of our community while also gaining early access to the talent from our program than joining for this event!

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