Indy.Code() would not be possible without the enthusiastic support of our generous sponsors. Please take a moment and learn about what they do and say hello to them at the conference.
At DMI, we help our clients navigate this revolution by taking a human-centric, mobile-first approach to disrupt their markets and evolve their business models. We’re a new breed of partner that brings together the design-thinking of a digital agency with the rapid and iterative delivery of a modern IT services partner. With 21 offices worldwide, and over $400M in revenue, we’ve been continually recognized by both Gartner and Forrester as a leader in mobile IT services.
We are also the makers of Rider, a new cross-platform lightweight and responsive .NET IDE that helps edit, refactor, test, run and debug ASP.NET, .NET Core, .NET Framework, Xamarin, and Unity applications.
Besides that, we provide team tools including TeamCity for continuous integration and deployment, YouTrack for issue tracking, and Upsource for code review and repository browsing. For more information, see http://www.jetbrains.com.
RStudio develops free and open tools for the R community and enterprise-ready professional products for teams to scale and share work. These tools will further the use of R in the field of data science and enable the human desire to understand and improve the world through data analysis.
Vibenomics is an experience management software platform for location-based businesses. Offering a range of services including custom radio stations, digital displays, and on-hold music and messaging, Vibenomics provides businesses the ability to create and control a vibe that will drive their economics.
More info at https://www.vibenomics.com/
Developer On Fire with Dave Rael is an interview podcast with inspiring and successful software professionals telling personal stories about their experiences with delivering value. It is a chance for you to get to know your favorite geeks and learn more about who they are, how they deliver, and what makes them tick.
Eleven Fifty Academy is a coding school focused on helping aspiring developers launch, change, or enhance their careers. By integrating intentional competencies through craft curriculum, we help students discover and develop their strengths as coders. Our programs are created to help students develop into polished professionals and to help close the nation’s growing technology skills gap.
Eleven Fifty Academy is an ecosystem of coding talent that benefits the individual student, their current or future employer, and their community. We partner with leading technology employers to define our course structure and learning objects. Our success in helping students is measured by the placement and progression of our students.
Organized by Six Feet Up, The Indianapolis Python Meetup (“IndyPy”) is a leading national group promoting the Python programming language and connecting the Python community. In 2017, we celebrated 10 years of success with over 1,100 members. IndyPy caters to both junior and advanced Python developers through 4 dedicated programs:
More info at https://indypy.com.
TechPoint is the nonprofit, industry-led growth initiative for Indiana’s technology companies and overall tech ecosystem. The team is focused on attracting talent, accelerating scale-up companies, activating the community, and amplifying stories of success. Stay up to date on Indiana tech news, jobs, people and events at www.techpoint.org.
TechPoint Foundation for Youth is a small Indianapolis-based foundation focused on ensuring that Indiana's underserved K-12 students have access to experiential learning opportunities that inspire the pursuit of STEM careers. The foundation connects youth serving organizations, STEM program providers, and STEM industry to support and grow its three current initiatives: US2020, CoderDojo Indiana, and the State Robotics Initiative. More information is available at www.techpointyouth.org.