What we're about

Our Mission: Bootcampers Collective (http://bcc.codes/) is dedicated to accelerating the career pursuits of past, present, and future coding bootcamp and self-taught students by empowering them with experiential learning in web development, leadership opportunities, life-long camaraderie, and the ability to write code that positively impacts small businesses, nonprofits, and the community-at-large in Colorado. BCC (for short) was founded March 2017 in Boulder, CO by coding bootcamp graduates and staff.

>> We organize hackathons, weekly projects / study groups, and many other fun, educational and inclusive events. PLUS, join us for free on Slack (http://slack.bootcamperscollective.com/) today for local events, job postings, troubleshooting, and community discussions!

- For sponsorship opportunities AND/OR website assistance for your small business or nonprofit, please email info [at] bootcamperscollective.com

- Find us on Slack: https://launchpass.com/bootcamperscollective

- Visit our store: http://shop.bcc.codes/

Join us on social media:

- Facebook ( https://www.facebook.com/bootcamperscollect ...)
- Linkedin ( https://www.linkedin.com/company/22300570 )
- Interwebs ( http://bcc.codes )

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Code of Conduct: **

1. Be inclusive: We welcome and support people of all backgrounds and identities. This includes, but is not limited to members of any sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, race, ethnicity, culture, national origin, social and economic class, educational level, color, immigration status, sex, age, size, family status, political belief, religion, and mental and physical ability.
2. Be considerate: Your decisions will affect other participants, and you should take those consequences into account when making decisions.
3. Be respectful: We won't all agree all the time, but disagreement is no excuse for disrespectful behavior. Treat others, yourself, and venues with dignity.
4. Choose your words carefully: Always conduct yourself professionally. Be kind to others. Harassment and exclusionary behavior aren't acceptable. This includes, but is not limited to: threats of violence, discriminatory jokes and language, sharing sexually explicit or violent material via electronic devices or other means, Personal insults, Unwelcome sexual attention, and Predatory or Misleading solicitations.
5. Make differences into strengths: We can find strength in diversity. Focus on resolving issues and learning from mistakes.

** BY ATTENDING OUR EVENTS YOU AGREE TO ABIDE BY THE CODE OF CONDUCT. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO TERMINATE INDIVIDUAL ATTENDANCE FOR VIOLATION OF OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS.

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- Feel welcome to give us some feedback: https://goo.gl/forms/vb8C3zw4OroMiZDM2 or email info [at] bootcamperscollective.com

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Thanks and happy coding!

- The Collective

Upcoming events (5)

Coders' Workshop - Algorithms & Whiteboards (ONLINE)

Online event

Coders' Workshop is a bi-weekly LIVE session where programmers of ALL skill levels can improve their problem solving and technical communication skills through crowdsourced coding challenges and algorithms. To do this we make use of Zoom, Slack, GitHub, and VSCode Live Share to effectively collaborate remotely.

Participants are encouraged to pseudo-code, ask questions, take the lead on solving challenges, and contribute their own for the group to solve. Whether you are prepping for a technical interview or an avid enthusiast, we can help!

[Key Principles]
- language agnosticism, pair programming, tactics vs strategy

[Group Leadership]
- Bryan Yunis
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Get Started:

[GitHub Repo]
👉🏻👉🏾 https://github.com/BootcampersCollective/Coders-Workshop

^^ We love contributions! This repo consists mainly of algorithm and data-structure type problems, so feel free to either submit a solution to a coding challenge we have or one of your own. We update the readme prior to each event.

[VS Code Live Share] - https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=MS-vsliveshare.vsliveshare

[Slack] - Find us on Slack and join the #events-internal and #workshop channels to stay in touch! http://slack.bootcamperscollective.com
________________________________________
Code of Conduct:

***By attending our events you agree to accept and act in accordance with our Code of Conduct, viewable under the 'About' tab.

Questions?
↓ ↓ ↓

Coders' Workshop - Algorithms & Whiteboards (ONLINE)

Online event

Coders' Workshop is a bi-weekly LIVE session where programmers of ALL skill levels can improve their problem solving and technical communication skills through crowdsourced coding challenges and algorithms. To do this we make use of Zoom, Slack, GitHub, and VSCode Live Share to effectively collaborate remotely.

Participants are encouraged to pseudo-code, ask questions, take the lead on solving challenges, and contribute their own for the group to solve. Whether you are prepping for a technical interview or an avid enthusiast, we can help!

[Key Principles]
- language agnosticism, pair programming, tactics vs strategy

[Group Leadership]
- Bryan Yunis
________________________________________
Get Started:

[GitHub Repo]
👉🏻👉🏾 https://github.com/BootcampersCollective/Coders-Workshop

^^ We love contributions! This repo consists mainly of algorithm and data-structure type problems, so feel free to either submit a solution to a coding challenge we have or one of your own. We update the readme prior to each event.

[VS Code Live Share] - https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=MS-vsliveshare.vsliveshare

[Slack] - Find us on Slack and join the #events-internal and #workshop channels to stay in touch! http://slack.bootcamperscollective.com
________________________________________
Code of Conduct:

***By attending our events you agree to accept and act in accordance with our Code of Conduct, viewable under the 'About' tab.

Questions?
↓ ↓ ↓

Coders' Workshop - Algorithms & Whiteboards (ONLINE)

Online event

Coders' Workshop is a bi-weekly LIVE session where programmers of ALL skill levels can improve their problem solving and technical communication skills through crowdsourced coding challenges and algorithms. To do this we make use of Zoom, Slack, GitHub, and VSCode Live Share to effectively collaborate remotely.

Participants are encouraged to pseudo-code, ask questions, take the lead on solving challenges, and contribute their own for the group to solve. Whether you are prepping for a technical interview or an avid enthusiast, we can help!

[Key Principles]
- language agnosticism, pair programming, tactics vs strategy

[Group Leadership]
- Bryan Yunis
________________________________________
Get Started:

[GitHub Repo]
👉🏻👉🏾 https://github.com/BootcampersCollective/Coders-Workshop

^^ We love contributions! This repo consists mainly of algorithm and data-structure type problems, so feel free to either submit a solution to a coding challenge we have or one of your own. We update the readme prior to each event.

[VS Code Live Share] - https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=MS-vsliveshare.vsliveshare

[Slack] - Find us on Slack and join the #events-internal and #workshop channels to stay in touch! http://slack.bootcamperscollective.com
________________________________________
Code of Conduct:

***By attending our events you agree to accept and act in accordance with our Code of Conduct, viewable under the 'About' tab.

Questions?
↓ ↓ ↓

Coders' Workshop - Algorithms & Whiteboards (ONLINE)

Online event

Coders' Workshop is a bi-weekly LIVE session where programmers of ALL skill levels can improve their problem solving and technical communication skills through crowdsourced coding challenges and algorithms. To do this we make use of Zoom, Slack, GitHub, and VSCode Live Share to effectively collaborate remotely.

Participants are encouraged to pseudo-code, ask questions, take the lead on solving challenges, and contribute their own for the group to solve. Whether you are prepping for a technical interview or an avid enthusiast, we can help!

[Key Principles]
- language agnosticism, pair programming, tactics vs strategy

[Group Leadership]
- Bryan Yunis
________________________________________
Get Started:

[GitHub Repo]
👉🏻👉🏾 https://github.com/BootcampersCollective/Coders-Workshop

^^ We love contributions! This repo consists mainly of algorithm and data-structure type problems, so feel free to either submit a solution to a coding challenge we have or one of your own. We update the readme prior to each event.

[VS Code Live Share] - https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=MS-vsliveshare.vsliveshare

[Slack] - Find us on Slack and join the #events-internal and #workshop channels to stay in touch! http://slack.bootcamperscollective.com
________________________________________
Code of Conduct:

***By attending our events you agree to accept and act in accordance with our Code of Conduct, viewable under the 'About' tab.

Questions?
↓ ↓ ↓

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