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Twin Cities Code Camp 2019

posted Apr 14, 2019, 7:37 AM by Grant Lipelt
Yesterday I attended the TCCC MN conference; https://twincitiescodecamp.com/#/home

This free conference was hosted at the Normandale College in Bloomington, one of the nicest facilities to hold a conference, and lucky for me just a short jaunt from home.

A pretty broad stroke of topics, primarily Microsoft-centric, and while I tend to be toward the Linux side of the camp still some interesting topics.

The first talk I attended was focused on 'Imposter Syndrome', the speaker taking an atypical path to becoming a software developer and like many junior workers encountering insecurity in their abilities on occasion.  
Other talks I attended revolved around structured logging, Kubernetes, user authentication as a service, and finally developing loosely coupled software systems.

The conference was very well organized and well run.  Prized awarded post conference and a worthy use of a Saturday.

Cheers.
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Grant Lipelt,
Apr 14, 2019, 7:37 AM
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