What is DevCamp?
Over five days, teens learn the basics of front-end web development, work side-by-side with professional web developers, listen to guest speakers, and work in a team to code a website for a client.
Registration for DevCamp 2019 is now open!
There will be three DevCamps in 2019. Each camp runs from 1 - 5 PM, Monday through Thursday, and 1 - 6 PM on Friday. Friends and family are invited to join us at 5 PM on the final Friday to see what the teens have created, eat pizza, and celebrate their accomplishments.
Due to high demand, please register for only one camp. Registration means that you are agreeing to attend the entire week - each day builds upon the last, so missing one day leaves both you and your team behind.
Register for DevCamp at Central Library, June 17 - June 21
Register for DevCamp at Athmar Park Branch Library, July 22 - July 26
Register for DevCamp at Montbello Branch Library, August 5 - August 9
A big thank you to our 2016 DevCamp partners!
Athmar Branch Library, June 2016
Client: ReSchool Colorado
Central Library, July 2016
Client: Studio Learning Labs
Green Valley Ranch Branch Library, July 2016
Client: Families Forward Resource Center
Central Library, August 2016 - DevCamp Level 2
Client: Tom Hagerman
A big thank you to our 2015 DevCamp partners!
For DevCamp 2.0 each group was asked to pick a problem facing their community and to come up with a website that would help solve that problem. Here is what they developed:
Hadley, June 2015
- 'Murica the Team: Poverty
- Team Dropout Prevention: Dropping Out of School
- Team Anti-Gang Gang: Gangs
- Ze BatCats: Healthy Environments
Hadley, July 2015
- The Animals: Ending Animal Cruelty
- The Annoying Neighbors: Annoying Neighbors
- Code Dragon: Volunteering
- Things About Things: Homelessness
Central, July 2015
- AAA Club: Alien Abduction
- Dev Dogs: Animal Cruelty
- The MegaBytes: School Communication
- Team Lost: Finding Lost Things
A big thank you to our 2014 DevCamp partners!
For our first DevCamp each group was asked to create a website based on a theme they chose. Here is what they developed: