Code & Creativity: Nicholas Zakas & Jason Griffey

A social talk series created to connect designers & developers with each other and our larger community. Because your mom told you to share.

27 August 2013 from 7pm to 9pm

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Chattanooga is brimming with smart (dare we say, brilliant) designers and developers. Unfortunately, we don't come together to share our knowledge and our passions as much as we could. Until now, that is!

Code & Creativity is a social talk series created to connect us with each other and our larger community. Every other month, we’ll gather at the Camp House for a few hours to listen to one local and one visiting designer/developer as they share their passions, wisdom, and war stories. We'll ask questions, talk shop, and maybe even make some new friends. Of course no gathering would be complete without something yummy in your tummy, so snacks and a tasty beverage (coffee, soft drink, or beer) are on us!

Our first speakers could only be nicer if they gave away free legos at every talk! The line-up starts with UTC’s Head of Library IT Jason Griffey, who will kick off the evening with a brief talk about the LibraryBox Project and the ups and downs of a successful Kickstarter campaign. Following Jason, Nicholas Zakas—the acclaimed author and JavaScript guru with a pedigree that includes VistaPrint, Yahoo!, and Box—will be taking the stage to deliver the headlining talk “Enough with the JavaScript Already.”

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  • Andrew Steele
  • Aaron Gustafson
  • Nicholas C. Zakas
  • Jason Griffey
  • Kelly McCarthy
  • Jeff Bridgforth

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