Only 2 weeks left to Register for Nebraska.Code()!

Hey Rob, summer is flying by and Nebraska.Code() is coming up fast! The last day to register for Nebraska.Code() without the late registration fee is 06/28/2021. Nobody likes fees so save your spot at the best software development conference in the country now!


Keynote Announcements!

This year we have 4 incredible keynotes from visionary leaders in the field of software development. You do not want to miss this!

Doug Durham - Musings on developer maturity and growth

It has never been a better time to be in this industry but ensuring consistent, successful outcomes increasingly requires a devotion to personal growth and software engineering literacy. In this talk, I will share some of my observations on the various levels of developer “maturity” as well as the attributes at each level that have distinguished those people who have been the most impactful.

Ash Banaszek - What's up with UX?

UX is an expanding and evolving field. You'll see UX titles like Generalist, Strategist, Researcher, Designer, or Architect. Who are these people? What do they do? And why is any of this needed anyway? In this talk, Ash will introduce you to the field of user experience, why it exists, what roles there are, and how to get a better experience out of your products.

Jim Benson - The Road From Craftsmanship to Professionalism

Jim Benson has worked around the world in software development, international governance, engineering, architecture, construction, health care, law enforcement, and a host of other verticles. His software company started Agile with a pre-press copy of Kent Beck's XP Explained, in 1997. He is an inventor of Kanban, Personal Kanban, and Lean Coffee. He's used Agile and Lean practices in many verticals and situations.

He's seen the promise of them and the failings.

In this keynote, Jim Benson will return to his native Nebraska and talk about that journey and provide real, tangible ways to create a real, professional environment for your development or IT team...one that thinks about the individuals, the teams, and the value.

Panel - IT Leadership in a Changing World

This panel discussion brings together some of the brightest minds leading digital transformation at some of Nebraska's most progressive and successful companies and organizations. We will discuss the changing landscape of software development and the challenges faced in an increasingly digital and connected world.

Shonna Dorsey

Information Services Manager, Mutual of Omaha

Danielle Egr

CTO / Managing Director, Nelnet Business Services

Jona Van Deun

President, Nebraska Tech Collaborative

Drew Brown

CIO, Union Bank and Trust

Indu Muthunarayanan

Director of Information Technology, Mutual of Omaha

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