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    • 18 Feb 2016
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Carmike Bayou 15 Cinema (5149 Bayou Blvd.)

    One Night Only Screening of 

    "CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap"





    What: Screening of "CODE: Debugging The Gender Gap"


    When: Thursday, February 18th.


    Where: Carmike Bayou 15 Cinema (5149 Bayou Blvd.)


    Cost: $12 per ticket


    CODE documentary is a relevant and timely documentary exploring why more American women and minorities do not pursue careers in computer science, despite high demand and lucrative job opportunities. The film highlights breakthrough efforts that are producing more diverse programmers and shows how a critical gender gap can be closed. CODE asks: what would society gain from having more women and minorities code, and how do we get there?


    Watch the trailer here.


    A minimum number of tickets must be sold before Carmike will show this film. Show your support of this event by purchasing your tickets here, today!


    ** THIS IS NOT AN IT GULF COAST SPONSORED EVENT **


    • 08 Apr 2016
    • 10 Apr 2016
    • TBA

    UWF Codefest (formerly Hackathon)




    The University of West Florida will be hosting its inaugural Codefest (formerly Hackathon) on April 8th-10. 


    A codefest (also known as a hack day, hackfest or hackathon) is an event in which computer programmers and others involved in software development and hardware development, including graphic designers, interface designers and project managers, collaborate intensively on software projects. Occasionally, there is a hardware component as well. Codefests typically last between a day and a week. Some codefests are intended simply for educational or social purposes, although in many cases the goal is to create usable software. Codefests tend to have a specific focus, which can include the programming language used, the operating system, an application, an API, or the subject and the demographic group of the programmers. In other cases, there is no restriction on the type of software being created.


    The main goals of the codefest are as follows:

    • To provide an atmosphere for those involved in software development to meet and work on an area of interest
    • To educate new software developers and provide an opportunity for people to learn about the development process
    • To network organizations and industry professionals
    • To solve a problem or develop a product with beneficial purpose for an organization, region, or cause

    There are many reasons that starting a codefest will be beneficial to all parties in the region. Some of the main benefits that we foresee are:

    • The chance for companies and organizations within the region to network with and identify talented individuals for their group.
    • The chance to bring talented individuals to the region who would have otherwise not have visited Pensacola
    • To develop products that are beneficial to the region and help solve a problem that is currently faced in the area
    • To give students from the region insights into the software development process and the chance to network with and learn from professionals


    Planning for this has begun and volunteers are needed for the following areas.


    • Contest Development – we need help in identifying a project that will be beneficial to the area or a local organization, we also need to develop the specifics of the event including the judging criteria and process and the formation of competing teams (the goal is to develop a plan that will allow both industry professionals and students to work together) Tasks include - identifying a theme, determining judging criteria, identifying judges and mentors, helping to develop schedule.

    • Marketing – we need people who can reach out to others in neighboring regions to help us advertise our event. Many people will be interested in this event, but they need to know about it first. We will also need support in developing flyers and the event’s website. Tasks include - Helping with marketing strategy, social media promotion, website development, contacting potential participants.
      
    • Fund raising – we will need people to help reach out to possible sponsors. Sponsorship can take many forms including sponsoring any of the items in the budget list or helping by sponsoring a prize for the winner. Tasks include - contacting potential sponsors, raising funds for prizes and costs.
     
    • Volunteering and logistics – we will need individuals who can lead a team of volunteers during the event. Tasks include - helping with campus guidance, food, signage, flyer disbursement, registration, distributing swag, and monitoring facilities, ordering supplies, helping to develop and run schedule.

    If you are interested in being a part of this truly unique event, contact us info@itgulfcoast.org.

    ** THIS IS NOT AN IT GULF COAST SPONSORED EVENT **

Past events

30 Jan 2016 Computer Tech 2016
28 Jan 2016 January Networking Social
22 Jan 2016 CyberThon 2016
10 Dec 2015 December Networking Social
10 Dec 2015 (CANCELED) 2015 IT Gulf Coast Holiday Gala
09 Dec 2015 IT Gulf Coast Board Meeting
18 Nov 2015 November Lunch & Learn - The Two Day Prototype
10 Nov 2015 IT Gulf Coast Board Meeting
22 Oct 2015 ITEN Wired 2015
16 Oct 2015 StartUp Weekend Pensacola
16 Oct 2015 13th Annual AFCEA Scholarship Golf Tournament
14 Oct 2015 IT Gulf Coast Board Meeting
01 Oct 2015 Careers In Technology - Pensacola
24 Sep 2015 September Networking Social
16 Sep 2015 Lunch & Learn - The Story Of Running Man
09 Sep 2015 IT Gulf Coast Board Meeting
27 Aug 2015 August Networking Social
19 Aug 2015 Lunch & Learn - 5 Ways To Protect Your Identity Online In The Digital Age
12 Aug 2015 IT Gulf Coast Board Meeting
30 Jul 2015 July Networking Social
22 Jul 2015 July Lunch & Learn - Extend your Infrastructure to the Cloud
15 Jul 2015 IT Gulf Coast Board Meeting
25 Jun 2015 June Networking Social
22 Jun 2015 Department of Homeland Security (DHS) – Cybersecurity Job Fair
15 Jun 2015 ITCamp: Extend your Datacenter with Microsoft Azure
10 Jun 2015 IT Gulf Coast Board Meeting
21 May 2015 IC Meetup: Financing Business Growth
13 May 2015 IT Gulf Coast Board Meeting
30 Apr 2015 April Networking Social
28 Apr 2015 PSC Capstone Project Presentations
18 Apr 2015 Project Management Institute -- Annual Spring Symposium
15 Apr 2015 Lunch & Learn
09 Apr 2015 Strategy to Execution (S2E) Master Class, sponsored by Accelare
08 Apr 2015 IT Gulf Coast Board Meeting
26 Mar 2015 Networking Social
18 Mar 2015 Lunch & Learn
11 Mar 2015 IT Gulf Coast Board Meeting
26 Feb 2015 February Networking Social
18 Feb 2015 Lunch & Learn
11 Feb 2015 IT Gulf Coast Board Meeting
31 Jan 2015 Computer Tech '15
29 Jan 2015 IT Gulf Coast 2015 Kick-Off
23 Jan 2015 CyberThon 2015
20 Jan 2015 LinkedIn Webinar - Offered By Greater Pensacola Chamber
11 Dec 2014 December Networking Event at Beef 'O' Brady's (Downtown)
03 Dec 2014 Board of Directors Meeting
10 Nov 2014 Board of Directors Meeting
05 Nov 2014 Professional Development Series - Communicating for Success
23 Oct 2014 October Networking Event
17 Oct 2014 12th Annual AFCEA Scholarship Golf Tournament
17 Oct 2014 Startup Weekend Pensacola
02 Oct 2014 2014 ITEN Wired Conference
25 Sep 2014 September Networking Event - The Grand Marlin
17 Sep 2014 September Lunch and Learn - CoderDojo
15 Sep 2014 Board of Directors Meeting
06 Sep 2014 Panhandle Macintosh User Group
21 Aug 2014 August Networking Event at O'Riley's Downtown
29 Jul 2014 Tech Study Group Meetup - Android and iOS Dev
24 Jul 2014 July Networking Event - Nick's Boathouse
23 Jul 2014 Seminar Series: Government Contracting Services
16 Jul 2014 July Lunch and Learn
09 Jul 2014 Board of Directors Meeting
27 Jun 2014 AFCEA Blue Angels Pensacola Chapter Membership Gathering
26 Jun 2014 June Networking Event at O'Riley's Irish Pub
19 Jun 2014 CoderDojo Pensacola: Learn Scratch
18 Jun 2014 June Lunch and Learn
12 Jun 2014 Digital Analytics Fundamentals: Part 4 of 4
10 Jun 2014 Professional Development Series - Networking 101
10 Jun 2014 Digital Analytics Fundamentals: Part 3 of 4
09 Jun 2014 Board of Directors Meeting
05 Jun 2014 Digital Analytics Fundamentals: Part 2 of 4
03 Jun 2014 Digital Analytics Fundamentals: Part 1 of 4
27 May 2014 ITGulfCoast Charter Members - First 25 "Bands on the Beach"
22 May 2014 May Networking Event at Mellow Mushroom
16 May 2014 Young Entrepreneurs Academy-Trade Show
15 May 2014 Pensacola Android & iOS Development Group
01 May 2014 Pensacola's CoderDojo Club Lunch & Learn
24 Apr 2014 April Networking at Miller's Ale House
19 Apr 2014 IHMC Science Saturdays - Mathemagic
16 Apr 2014 April 2014 Gulf Coast Technology Council
16 Apr 2014 April Lunch and Learn -- Cyber Security
14 Apr 2014 Board of Directors Meeting
10 Apr 2014 IHMC Robotics Lab Open House
29 Mar 2014 South Alabama Day of .Net
28 Mar 2014 Startup Weekend Pensacola
27 Mar 2014 Networking at World of Beer
19 Mar 2014 Lunch and Learn
10 Mar 2014 Board of Directors Meeting
04 Mar 2014 Startup Weekend Meetup / Afterhours
27 Feb 2014 CIO Roundtable/Happy Hour

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