16th Annual Code Freeze - Humane Engineering

Humane Engineering was the topic of Code Freeze 2021, sponsored by the University of Minnesota Software Engineering Center (UMSEC) and Cprime. This was the 16th annual Code Freeze and the first year this event has been held virtually. Keynote speakers were:

- Scott Hanselman (Microsoft), "Beyond Mentorship - Storytelling and Sponsorship"

- Elizabeth Adams (Stanford University Human-Centered AI), "Exploring AI Ethics through Public Oversight of Surveillance Tech in Minneapolis"

- Woody Zuill (Mob Programming Pioneer), "Mob Programming 101" 

This year's event was both informative and interactive, and featured a popular live Mob Programming session led by facilitators, Austin Chadwick and Chris Lucian.

Visit the UMSEC YouTube channel to view presentations.  Join our UMSEC Events List to learn about future Code Freeze events.