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Canton Coders Presents: Summer Camp 2020

Summer Camp isn’t only for kids, it’s for Coders. Follow along on our 2020 Summer Camp Stories.

Canton Coders’ June 2020 Schedule

We’re excited to announce that in June we will have 3 lean coffees and one virtual meetup. This is due to the fact that we were ask to collaborate with Agile Coaching DC to teach them mob programming. Camille Bell¬†will be hosting.¬† We’ll probably do another live stream the first week in July, but as you know in the state of Michigan – things around COVID are changing.
Like normal, all events are free and you can get the latest details and rsvp on our Eventbrite.

The Sparrow Deck: Code Pattern Recognition with Camille Bell

What a wonderful meetup. We would like to thank Camille Bell for presenting such a fun and engaging topics. In case you missed the May 28th 2020 stream, here’s a video out of it.

14 Tips from 6 Coding Livestreams; Learning From Our Mistakes

In the last 3 months, Canton Coders has hosted 6 livestreams and learned a ton. The first setup was a under powered $450 laptop that leveraged Zoom to rebroadcast to Twitch.com/CantonCoders to now a purpose built system that uses OBS to produce the stream.

CompareTo FizzBuzz on Azure vs Google Functions

First, we want to thank Gugu and Bryce for the awesome presentation and lean coffee. If you missed it, here’s the video May 14th 2020 of it.

Thursday May 14th 7pm Azure CompareTo Google Functions

A follow up to our new series, CompareTo – Let’s look at how to do the same thing with Azure and Google Cloud Functions in a side by side.

Canton Coders May Event List

We’re growing, and we’re getting a little better at being a community and scheduling things in advance. Here’s a listing of all the events that we’re doing for May. This doesn’t mean, we won’t add things – it just means these *most likely* won’t be cancelled.

Lean Coffee Thursday – April 30th 9pm – Let’s Try It

The past 2 meetups, a group of us hung out on zoom and talked code. It was awesome. All the host had to do was create a Zoom Meeting. We like easy. We like learning. Let’s try to do one formally. Here’s the details

Meetup Report April 22: Kotlin and Java a Side by Side Comparison

First, we’d like to thank our community members, Mike and Rich for hosting this event. Link to recording is inside.

Oops? Did we make a mistake and oversaturate? Or is there something you’d like to tell us?

We can speculate why we only have 12 RSVPs, but we’d rather get actual feedback. Take this survey. If you’d like to RSVP, do it here. Event RSVPs Attendees Location March 18th 2020: CI/CD 37 51 Stream March 25th 2020: Mob Programming 31 48 Stream April 15th 2020 : BDD Mob Allen 66 57 Stream…
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