August 7 – 9, 2015
Atlantic Beach, Florida
Late registration open now at just $350
Luxury hotel stay at One Ocean Resort from $179 / night
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Learn code with your toes in the sand.Code on the Beach is an intensive, fun, and engaging software engineering conference coming back to Atlantic Beach, Florida this summer.
Just steps from the sessions to the beach, you'll get sun and education, on topics from ASP.NET MVC to Windows Azure to HTML5 to SQL to mobile. We know you're looking for hard-hitting material, so most sessions are intermediate- to advanced-level content - but you can learn something new at the intro sessions as well.
Participate in an Open Space and talk on any topic you desire. Jump in on nightly hackathons and create something amazing with others. Bring your family and make it a resort vacation, and enjoy great local entertainment, dining, and nightlife. And most importantly, enjoy the beachside pool deck or catch some waves on one of Florida's most beautiful beaches.
One Ocean Resort & Spa
Code on the Beach is returning to One Ocean Resort & Spa! We're excited to have our conference at this beautiful, luxury, oceanfront resort.
To get the complete experience, we recommend staying at One Ocean. With full resort services and access to the beachfront pool, you won't want to stay anywhere else!
Rooms start at just $179 / night!
Soul-stirring, interdisciplinary work has garnered Al Letson national recognition and devoted fans. In 2008 Letson created, hosted, and executive produced State of the Re:Union (SOTRU). Since the program's inception, SOTRU became one of the fastest growing shows in public radio, airing on more than 300 stations, receiving critical acclaim, and numerous awards, including a Peabody Award (2014). In 2015 SOTRU ended production and Letson joined the Center for Investigative Reporting to help launch and host public radio's first investigative journalism show, Reveal. Reveal's first pilot, The VA's Opiate Overload, won a Peabody Award (2013) for its investigation of the VA's over-prescribing of opiates. Reveal is currently in its first season of production and is slated to go weekly on public radio stations across the country in the beginning of 2016. A true renaissance man, Letson got his start on stage. After first establishing himself as a heavyweight in the Poetry Slam community, Letson has had several of his plays produced on stages across the country, and as a solo performer his play Summer in Sanctuary opened off-Broadway in the summer of 2012. A self-described comic nerd, Letson has been working on a graphic novel, Imperfect, with artist Pier Brito, which will be released at the end of 2015. He is also launching his own podcast, showcasing a little bit of errthang. Errthang is just that, everything: storytelling, radio drama, pop culture reviews, and interviews with some of the most interesting people on the planet. While it may seem like his interests are varied, they are all aspects of who Al Letson is — a storyteller for the new millennium.
Stacey Mulcahy is a technical evangelist for Microsoft who focuses on IoT, Web Development and Open Source. She is a tinkerer and maker, and has a love for all things microprocessor. She has spoken at several international conferences, is a technical editor, and likes stuff.
Elijah Manor is a Christian and a family man. He works at Ramsey Solutions (@daveramsey) as a front-end web developer. He is a Microsoft Regional Director, Microsoft ASP.NET MVP, ASPInsider, IE userAgent, and a Pluralsight author. He enjoys blogging at elijahmanor.com and tweeting (@elijahmanor) about the things he learns.
Want to sponsor Code on the Beach?
We'd be happy to come up with a sponsorship package that meets your marketing priorities and budget.
Please send a note to Chris Forte (Sponsorship Director) at email@example.com and we'll send you our sponsorship packet.