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Code+ 2023

Putting Theory Into Practice

Go beyond the classroom and build on your academic foundation with a Code+ summer coding experience at Duke’s Office of Information Technology. Code+ is one of Duke's "+Programs," along with Data+CS+, and Climate+. For a taste of what Code+ offers, watch this video from the pilot year, 2018, and read about what one Code+ 2021 student accomplished after he finished the program.

Applications Are Open

Applications are open! The program will run from Tuesday, May 30 to Friday, August 4. Before applying, read the program details and review the projects. We encourage you to apply early; applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.

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Code+ 2022 student cohort and team leads

Code+ 2022 Recap

The Data+, Code+, and CS+ undergraduate summer programs held their annual poster session in person at Gross Hall on July 29, 2022. Code+ students presented their projects to stakeholders and corporate sponsors via Zoom on July 28, 2022. 

Eight Code+ student teams showcased their projects. Watch their presentations on YouTube.

Nathaniel Wullar

Coding Goes Global: How One Duke Student Took His Skills Home to Ghana

Read this Duke Today feature about how Code+ 2021 student Nathaniel Wullar used his experience and overcame many obstacles to create a coding program in his native Ghana!

Home page of Feed Every Devil tool showing options for donating and requesting food points, as well as rules/regulations.

Project Highlight: Code+ 2020 Project Making an Impact at Duke

What started as a project idea for a Code+ 2020 student team -- to build an application to address food insecuriy at Duke -- went into production in November 2021. The "Donate Food Points  to Food-Insecure Students" team built the application from scratch, and launched "Feed Every Devil," which is already making an impact on Duke students. Read the Duke Today article.  

Build your future with the Code+ program!

“Thanks to the Code+, I discovered what I want to do after college. I found that front-end development perfectly combines my interest in visual arts and computer science.”

Carolyn Blumberg
Junior, Duke Computer Science

“Code+ is awesome because I get to see the actual results of the work I did this summer since our project directly impacts Duke students’ lives.”

Teresa Mao
Junior, Duke Computer Science

“I loved the Code+ program because of how much independence I had in creating my own code. I felt like a real mobile developer!”

MacKenzie Simpson
Junior, Duke Computer Science & Global Health

Meaningful Experience

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Professional Development

Team of 4 students in front of a lecture hall presenting their Code+ project.

Latest Technologies

Code+ tech and tools: Git, GitHub, PostreSQL, Python, Ruby, Rails, Shibboleth, React, Jupyter, Voila, HTML, CSS, JavaScript