Hesburgh Libraries’ Code Café — A Monthly Community of Practice


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Do you have a project that requires coding? Do you find it helpful to work in a supportive environment, where you can share and grow your knowledge? Stop by the new Code Café sponsored by the Hesburgh Libraries.

Code Café is a community of practice where people of all skill levels come together to work on their own projects that involve coding. You ask for help when you need it and return the favor when you can. 

Code Café is open to all Notre Dame and Saint Mary’s faculty, staff and students. No sign-up necessary — stop by, grab a cookie and some coffee, and get to work.

The café takes place on the first Friday of every month from 1 to 5 p.m. in Room 246, Hesburgh Library.

Interested in being a coach?

Code Café coaches are knowledgeable members who are onsite to help, when asked, with their areas of expertise. Current coaches are Randy Harrison (emerging technologies librarian from Hesburgh Libraries) and Don Brower (digital library infrastructure lead for Hesburgh Libraries). Coaches currently have experience with:

  • HTML 5
  • CSS 3
  • Javascript
  • Wordpress
  • Github
  • Bootstrap
  • React

The more who show, the more our knowledge grows. Come and add to our expertise! For more information, contact Randy Harrison at rharriso@nd.edu.

Learn more about Code Café.

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