Philly Codefest Event Recordings

Watch the recordings of our virtual Philly Codefest events to learn more about this year's theme, discover tips and advice for working with mentors, and learn about what the Codefest experience is like. 

Student Experiences with AI, presented by Drexel AI

Watch Drexel AI student leaders discuss artificial intelligence (AI) co-ops and projects that they have worked on and how you can get experience in AI.

Workshop on NFTs, presented by Drexel Blockchain

NFTs (or “non-fungible tokens”) are a special kind of cryptoasset in which each token is unique — as opposed to “fungible” assets like Bitcoin and dollar bills, which are all worth exactly the same amount. Because every NFT is unique, they can be used to authenticate ownership of digital assets like artworks, recordings, and virtual real estate or pets. Watch this workshop hosted by Drexel Blockchain to learn more about NFTs and how to use them at Philly Codefest 2022.

"It’s OK to Fail,” presented by Drexel WiCS

This workshop, presented by Drexel WiCS (Women in Computing Society), talks about learning from challenges. Not everyone will succeed their first time doing something, and this session talks about how turn these challenges into successes.

How to Get Involved in AI, presented by Drexel AI

This workshop, presented by Drexel AI, discusses ways that students can get involved with AI. For anyone who has yet to be exposed to AI, or for those of you who wish to learn more, this workshop is a great opportunity to hear from Drexel AI prior to the start of Philly Codefest 2022.

Communicating Tech to a Non-Tech Audience

This workshop, presented by Drexel Doctoral Student Katie Zeller, covers various techniques that can be used to better help explain your technical projects, your asks, and what is important about the project to a non-technical audience.

Building Authentic Diversity, presented by Drexel oSTEM

Learn more about what diversity means and how it affects everyone.

3D Data Visualization with VTK

This workshop, presented by Drexel CCI Doctoral Student Joel Pepper, talks about the VTK library and how to use data visualization & 3D graphics to enhance your Codefest project.

How to Present Your Project

During this presentation, you will hear from CCI Teaching Professor Jeff Salvage as he provides tips and tricks to make your final presentation stand out.