The Chicago Coder Conference (CCC), now in its fourth year, announces its 2017 dates and location:  June 26-27 at the Gleacher Center located at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. The CCC is a 2-day conference focusing on Presentation Tracks including Java, .NET, Big Data, AI, UX, IoT, Security, Agile, Cloud, DevOps, Tech Leadership, Women in Tech and more. Made possible through sponsorships by companies with prominent local tech shops, including CapitalOne,, Gogo, JPMorgan Chase, kCura, McDonald’s, Peapod, STA Group and Trustwave, the CCC promotes Chicagoland’s tech community by targeting more than 800 participants in 2017.

The CCC recognizes Chicago as an established nexus for technology, and seeks to “give back” to this thriving tech community. For a fraction of the registration fee of similar conferences (full fee is $400/two days), the CCC offers high-caliber speakers covering cutting edge tech topics comparable to those delivered at conferences around the country, such as JavaOne, NFJS, GoogleIO and others. Aiming to provide more than 100 presentation sessions in 2017, the CCC presents an excellent opportunity for local developers and technology architects to come together to increase their depth of knowledge, learn new skills, exchange ideas and connect with other Chicago-area technology professionals.

Run on a break-even basis due to the generosity of sponsors and volunteers, proceeds are donated to selected Chicagoland charities.

About Chicago Coder Conference

The 2017 Chicago Coder Conference promises something for all developers and technology professionals of varying skill, focus and background, featuring presentations on the most relevant technology topics from renowned local and national industry experts. Started in 2014 with two tracks and around 200 participants, in 2016 the CCC offered 10 tracks to nearly 600 participants. As in past years, members of Illinois and Chicago area user and technology groups continue to be key participants, providing high-quality speakers, volunteers and attendees


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