CODERCRUISE LAUNCHES THIS JULY IN NEW ORLEANS
The tech scene has become saturated with hundreds of conferences that are all carbon copies of each other. The team at One for All Events decided to create a unique experience for attendees; a conference that would stand out from the crowd and get noticed. They have always run conferences that try to keep the participants at the venue throughout the day and evening with inclusive events creating an environment for networking. That lead to the idea: putting people on a cruise ship guarantees that occurs – providing the ultimate in networking and team building.
CoderCruise will be taking place on the Carnival Dream out of New Orleans, LA. It is a 7-day cruise from July 16-23, 2017. This Caribbean cruise will have stops at Montego Bay, Grand Cayman, and Cozumel. The choice of this itinerary provides three full days at sea during which the conference takes place. The other days are open, so attendees are free to explore the ports when at dock. Additionally, there will be some optional ‘continue the experience’ events planned on port days.
This event was planned during the summer so that attendees could bring their families. Not only does the ship provide daycare and amazing activities for kids as part of the all inclusive cruise ticket, but CoderCruise is extending free family tickets to anyone traveling with an attendee. These tickets not only allow the family to attend all aspects of the conference that they wish, but there are specific classes on the schedule designed to teach kids how to code!
CoderCruise is poised to be the most unique, intimate experience of the 2017 conference season.
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