Code+ 2020 Zoom meeting

Code+ 2020 Recap

The Data+, Code+, and CS+ undergraduate summer programs held an online expo on July 30 and 31. Over fifty presentations took place in three sessions on two days. Student teams -- over 180 students in all -- presented their projects in "Zoom rooms" hosted by program administrators and project leads, with time for Q&A.

Read about the projects, and watch the Code+ presentations on YouTube.

Code+ 2021 is Coming Soon!

Putting Theory into Practice

Go beyond the classroom and build on your academic foundation with a Code+ summer experience at Duke’s Office of Information Technology. This program is in collaboration with Data+ and CS+.

Detais about the 2021 summer program will be available soon. Stay tuned! 

Program Details

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

Innovative Research

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Professional Development

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Latest Technologies

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Summer 2018 Highlight: Park Duke App

The inaugural Code+ program put student interns in the driver's seat of a mobile application project. Six DTech Scholars built the prototype Park Duke app from scratch – taking it from concept to reality, while collaborating with experienced IT professionals. 

The 2018 Code+ program was a collaboration with Duke DTech Scholars, which sponsored the six Duke undergrads participation.