Tribute to the fact that Codecamp started in Iasi 10 years ago, we have planned a whole week filled with interesting events. Spanning from the 5th to the 16th of May, the event will feature numerous workshops, talks, presentations, contests and community building activities. Here is how everything will take place in Iasi:
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- 5-6th of May 2017 – The Hack
- 8-9th of May 2017 – Open Days
- 10-11th of May 2017 – Masterclasses
- 12-13th of May 2017 – Codecamp International Conference
- 13-14th of May 2017 – A party to remember
If you’re in Bucharest, Timisoara, Cluj-Napoca or anywhere near these big cities and are thinking of attending Codecamp in Iasi for its great speakers and learning opportunities, we’ve searched for several ways you could get to Iasi.
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Codecamp started out in Iași back in 2008 with a daring idea, a ton of work and a Yahoo messenger status promoting it all. Our dream was to bring together local IT professionals and organise a series of events that would slowly but surely lead to the birth of an IT community. We started off very small and were really happy to see that there was a growing demand for this kind of community-centered IT events, so we decided to take everything to the next level. Read in full