June 16, 2017

Erie Art Museum

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Erie Day of Code is a one-day, single-track conference for web developers, computer scientists, creatives, and tech enthusiasts. Through a series of talks from incredible speakers, and an after party to connect with your peers, we aim to give our attendees an opportunity to expand their skillsets, networks, and minds.

Talks this year are targeted at major areas in software engineering, from design through development to deployment. Erie Day of Code promotes open source in code, community, and ideology. We want to share as much as we can with you, and hope you will pay it forward by sharing your knowledge with your peers!

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Chris Winters

Chris Winters

Why Should I Care About Docker Anyway?

Solves problems with code and teams, learning to get better at managing at Turnitin Pittsburgh where they help students write to learn.

Manda Brown

Manda Brown

Functional Programming in the Browser with Elm

Senior Software Developer for great good by day. Crafter of yarn-made creatures for love by night.

Jenny Liu

Jenny Liu

Tales of a Product Owner; or, a Foreigner’s Perspective in a Native Land

Product Owner for the Revision Assistant team at turnitin. Unofficial Professional Food Connoisseur. Snuggler of four cats.

PJ Hagerty

PJ Hagerty

From Turing to Big Data: A Look at Computing and Analytics

Developer, writer, speaker, musician, and Developer Advocate at Logz.io, PJ is known to travel the world speaking about programming and the way people think and interact. He is also known for wearing hats.

More speakers to be announced soon! Submit your talk by March 31!


Erie Art Museum

411 State St.

Erie, PA 16501

The Erie Art Museum is one of the best places in Erie to hold events. The historic downtown gallery building blows out to include an enormous modern architectural wing with an event space and café. The building Spans most of the block between 4th and State St., and 5th and French St. The conference entrance will be through the large glass doors of the Wave Café on 5th street. Once inside, the large gallery hall with the main stage for Erie Day of Code will be immediately to your left. You're more than welcome to check out the various collections at the museum during intermissions or lunch the conference for free!

Erie Art Museum

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Tourism is huge in Erie, so if you're coming in from out of town there are plenty of places for you to stay. Here are some options near by:

Walking Distance

Sheraton Erie Bayfront Hotel

0.5 miles (10 minute walk) from the Venue

55 W Bay Rd. (Directions)

Erie, PA 16507

(814) 454-2005

The hotel of choice for the conference. It sits on the beautiful Erie Bayfront at the end of Dobbins Landing, and gives you an awesome view of the bay or of the Erie skyline. It is also connected to an outdoor tiki bar!

Cobblestone Hotel & Suites

1.2 miles (25 minute walk) from the Venue

701 Bayfront Parkway (Directions)

Erie, PA 16507

(814) 455-1010

Brand new hotel, at a lower price-point than the Sheraton. Located along the Bayfront Highway with a wonderful view of the bay. A slightly longer walk to the venue, but parking at the hotel is free for guests.

Courtyard Erie Bayfront

0.7 miles (15 minute walk) from the Venue

2 Sassafras Pier (Directions)

Erie, PA 16507

(814) 363-1005

Brand new hotel with gorgeous views of the bay. Amenities include an on-site restaurant, as well as an indoor pool and whirlpool, and an outdoor infinity pool.

A Bit Further With Attractions

If you'd prefer to avoid walking or driving to and from the venue while in town, Erie has a bus line that runs up and down State St. most of the day, and Uber has service here as well.


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