Code Freeze 2021

There’s no doubt we live in an age of large-scale, software-intensive systems that involve complex interactions between humans, machines and the environment.  Sociotechnical thinking that considers the relationship between these systems is on the rise and, more than ever, there is demand in industry for holistic engineering approaches.

Join the University of Minnesota Software Engineering Center for the 16th annual Code Freeze event, as we delve into emerging humane engineering practices by and for people by exploring a range of subjects from human-centered design to collaborative software development. This year’s event will feature an interesting line up of industry leaders and practitioners offering thought-provoking talks and interactive workshops on topics such as learning models, burnout, fairness in AI, human centered design, internet of body (IoB) and more. Our productive and informative day of workshops and talks will be capped off by a live mob-programming session.

The registration fee for Code Freeze 2021 is $59 for the general public and $49 for alumni of the University of Minnesota MSSE and Computer Science programs. Check back to the UMSEC website as we post more information and details about this event. We look forward to your attendance!

Start date
Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021, 8 a.m.
End date
Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021, 4 p.m.