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We need all the help we can get to reboot the 1st Carolina Code Conference since 2019
If you haven’t been following the reboot effort for the Carolina Code Conference, this is going to be the first time it’s been held since Covid shut it down in 2020. Prior to that, Joel ran two excellent conference in 2018 and 2019.
The goal moving forward is to turn this conference into an annual staple of our developer community, but to do that we need your help to spread the word!
How can you help?
There are a few ways…
Subscribe to the blog
Subscribe to the blog and share it with your peers and meetup groups in the area. This blog is the primary channel where news about the conference will be delivered first and foremost. Like the blog posts as well. It helps to amplify discovery too.
Subcribe to be the first to know about new developments for 2023 and beyond!
Follow us on Twitter
We’re starting from scratch on Twitter, so please follow the conference, like the tweets, retweet and help us to generate some more attention. Preferably use the #CarolinaCodeConference hashtag where possible as well as we’ll be using it for all future activities.
Notify local meetup groups
Tell your local meetup groups about the conference or invite me to one of your meetings to talk about it (in person or virtually). If I can make it, I will make it. It’s all about getting the word out. Meetups are an ideal place to let people ask questions too.
Share posts on your own social channels
There’s a lot of social media out there and I’m by no means an expert on the various mediums. If you’re active somewhere, utilize that to generate more awareness. I’m already posting in the Hack Greenville Slack channel quite a bit, but I know there are many more.
Have your own Substack?
If you could add us to your recommendations, that would be great assuming we’re on topic for you of course. We’ll be happy to cross recommend.
Talk to local news contacts
A little of this is already happening, so thank you for that. I’m happy to talk to anybody who will listen about this year’s conference and plans for the future. I’m excited about it and I know you are too!
Let businesses, code schools and universities know too
These days, almost every business is an software business in some capacity. Spread the word. We want to hear what you’re working on too.
Going through a code school? We want you.
Involved in a Computer Science, Engineering, Cybersecurity, Information Systems or other related discipline at a university? We want you too.
Send me your suggestions too!
I’m learning all this as I go too. Any suggestions that you have to help spread the word, I’m eager to hear. Any activities for during or after the conference as well.
Thank you for the support and feedback so far!
The energy and support that I’ve seen to make this happen has been really exciting and is greatly appreciated.