To be a software developer is to be a constant learner. The amount of information that you need to know as a developer is always growing and always changing.
Learning can happen in many places by seemingly endless methods. One of the best ways to learn is through sharing information through personal interaction. A lot of that kind of learning—and teaching—went on at Seattle Code Camp.
"It wasn't what I was expecting," said Andy Lientz, Smartsheet Senior Vice President of Engineering, about attending his first Seattle Code Camp. "I thought it was going to be more of a bootcamp, but the format was much better. There was a great cross-section of technologies and different backgrounds."