A Coding Community of Practice

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What is Code Café?


Code Café is a community of practice for people who come together in one space to work on their own computer-based projects, supporting and teaching each other as needed. Some code their own solutions in programming languages such as Python or Javascript. Others don't write code at all, using the tools or platforms provided by companies such as Google and Microsoft to develop their solutions.

Whether brand new or experienced, Code Café is a welcome space for folks using computers to do interesting and useful things!

  •   Open to affiliated Notre Dame and Saint Mary's patrons
  •   Faculty, staff, and students are welcome
  •   No experience necessary
  •   No sign up necessary

Free coffee and cookies are a perk.

Is Code Café for me?


Do you have a project in which you're making or using software to make computers do interesting and useful things? Do you find it helpful to work in a supportive environment, where you can share and grow your knowledge? If so, please join us! All skill levels are welcome.

Need more information?

Contact Us

Get Involved


Code Café takes place on the first Friday of every month. Drop by, grab a cookie and some coffee, and get to work. Ask for help when you need it and return the favor when you can.

1 PM – 5 PM

246 Hesburgh Library

 June, July and August Cafés held online. For the Zoom room link, please register here.

Map

First Friday of each month

Dates

Laptop required

Borrow

Coffee and cookies served

Our Coaches


Coaches are knowledgeable members who attend regularly and help, when asked, with their area(s) of expertise.

Volunteer to Coach

Supported Languages, Libraries, Tools


Coaches have experience in a range of languages, libraries and tools, including these and many more. The more who show, the more our knowledge grows! Come add to our expertise ...

HTML 5

CSS 3

Javascript

Node

Github

Bootstrap

Python

Wordpress

Google Apps

MS Office

Mailchimp

Your Specialty...?

If you'd like to keep abreast of new tools, tutorials, and tips and tricks, or to reach out for help from other members, sign up for our Web Forum.

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