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November 2017

Wednesday, November 1
Montana Code School Demo Day: Missoula, 11/01, Missoula
5:00 AM
Gecko Designs, 523 N Higgins Ave, Missoula, MT
Montana Code School Demo Day Wednesday, November 1, 5-7pm


Looking for an employee with coding skills? Interested in becoming a Montana Code School student?

Join us for Montana Code School’s Demo Day to meet our talented students who will be available for hire starting in December 2017.

Our students have spent the last few weeks in teams developing an app from scratch. Their projects are built using Mongo, Express, React and Node.js.

Our students are ideal candidates for tech companies looking for software developers and interns. Montana Code School alumni have joined Submittable, Partners Creative, ATG, Cedar Mountain Software, Workiva, and others.

Free Beer and Food Provided!

Location: Gecko Designs, 523 N. Higgins Ave, Missoula, MT

Date: Wednesday, November 1, 5-7pm

Event Schedule: 5:00pm – Attendees arrive; mingle over beer and pizza 5:15pm – Presentations start 5:45pm – More mingling over beer and pizza 7:00pm – Doors close

Project Descriptions:

Garden City Market Broc Roberts, Brian Haller, Matt Flesch, Aaron Hatch

Garden City Market is a local classified ad site dedicated to finding the best local food products. Create an ad to sell your local products and crops. Browse ads to buy straight from local producers. Search by food types to find the products you’re interested in. Garden City Markets brings our local farmer's market online.

Missoula Softball Association (MSA) Gabe Rau, Megan Cooke, Nathan Johnson, Kathryn Kelly

Creating a module for the current MSA website that efficiently organizes leagues' softball schedules.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Montana Code School exists to launch students’ careers in software development and to contribute to our growing tech community. We prepare students for rapid placement in business as well as for entrepreneurship. We teach our students how to learn software programming so they can thrive in various tech environments. Our students are creative, agile and logical thinkers that also learn empathy, collaboration and strong communication skills.

Our Teaching Philosophy We believe that the best way to learn includes teaching, and we experiment with ways to encourage students to teach and support each other. We use the best tools and philosophies we know of for generating great software, building great teams, offering great experiences to those who use our software, and producing real business value from our work. This includes ideas from the Agile Manifesto and the Agile software community, Lean Manufacturing, Accelerated Learning, Positive Psychology, the newest Brain Science, and more. We rely on quick feedback loops. We have a plan, but we adapt based on what works. Play is perhaps the best learning tool of them all.

Fun, Joy, and Happiness are not optional!


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