Summer 2020 Expo

Code+ 2020 - Summer Expo

The Data+, Code+, and CS+ undergraduate summer programs will hold an online expo on July 30 and 31. The 10-week programs provide students with opportunities to showcase projects focusing on areas such as big data, mobile app and web development, and computer science. Over fifty presentations will take place in three sessions on two days. Student teams -- over 180 students in all -- will present their projects in "Zoom rooms" hosted by program administrators and project leads, with time for Q&A.

  • Thursday, July 30, 1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Eastern
  • Friday, July 31, 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Eastern
  • Friday, July 31, 1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Eastern

For complete details and to register, visit the event website.

Code+ 2020

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+.

Update March 30: Code+ will run as scheduled, from Tuesday, May 26 to Friday, July 31, 2020. We are currently taking steps to transition the program to a virtual setting. If you're a Code+ participant, the Code+ team will be in touch with you directly about plans to participate from wherever you're located. If you have questions or concerns, contact us at

Save the Date! Plus Programs Summer Expo July 30 - 31: The Data+, Code+, and CS+ undergraduate summer programs will hold an online expo. More details to come!

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.