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153 James Asbury Dr., Cleveland, TN, US, 37312

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»Con Nooga 2016

April 27, 2015 6:00 PM

FEBRUARY 19th,20th & 21st, 2016. CHATTANOOGA, TN. Enjoy 3 Days of Programming, Seminars, Workshops, Concerts, Acts, and Fun based upon numerous genres and fandom.  Fun for all ages.  Including events associated with: Anime, Comics, Cosplayers, Costumers, Sci-Fi, Steampunk, Fantasy, Literature, Horror, Music, Art, Gaming, Console Gaming and so much more!

1150 Carter Dr
Chattanooga, TN 37415

»Chicago - The Band

April 28, 2015 7:30 PM

Bright horn arrangements, syncopated beats, catchy guitar riffs, memorable vocals…Chicago does it all--and somehow makes it work. By incorporating elements of jazz into pop rock songs, the band (that did, in fact, form in Chicago, in case you were wondering) made headway in the 1970s with a distinctive sound that led them to sell over 120 million albums and become one of the most popular bands ever.

399 McCallie Avenue
Chattanooga, TN 37402

»Josh Brewer & Madeleine Dougherty

April 28, 2015 7:00 PM

This April, we are stoked to have Josh Brewer, former Principal Designer of Twitter, joining us to discuss how to assemble amazing design teams. He will be joined by Girls Inc.s Madeleine Dougherty, who will highlight some of the problems inherent in the ways we teach coding today and offer suggestions for how we can fix them. Doors open at 6:30pm. Designing Teams To Design All The Things Designing an exceptional product experience today feels more like fighting a multi-headed monster than a design challenge. As the multitude of devices and platforms continue to grow, so does the need for cohesive, collaborative Design teams. Drawing on years of leading and mentoring designers, Josh will address the challenges of building Design-led companies and products, arming you with the weapons you need to battle the multi-headed monster of Product Design. Josh is a vocal advocate for Design Leadership, writing and speaking about the challenges of building Design-led companies and products. As an active Advisor to several startups, a mentor at the Designer Fund, and part of the Kleiner, Perkins, Caulfield & Beyer Design Council, Josh continues to influence the centrality of Design in early and late-stage companies. In addition to being co-creator of 52 Weeks Of UX, Josh most recently served as Principal Designer at Twitter where he led the design of key initiatives across the Twitter product. His unique perspective and experience are why, in 2012, Fast Company named him one of fifty designers shaping the future of design. Prior to joining Twitter, Josh was Director of User Experience at Socialcast, an Enterprise social communication platform, which was acquired by VMware in 2011. Coding Education and the Democratization of the Classroom Our current public high school system was developed in the 1890s to support an economy and society which no longer exist. Much like the 1890s economy based on factories, assembly lines, and workers who dont ask questions, our education system is based on rote memorization, the one right answer, and unquestioning obedience. As schools scramble to include technology in their curricula, they are turning to web-based, one-size-fits-all tutorials like Codecademy and Code.org. By relying on automated lessons in syntax rather than authentic practice with content, coding education is stuck in the 1890s! How can we expect our students to become successful programmerslet alone successful citizens in democracyif we teach compliance before creativity and structure before purpose? Educators and coders interested in bringing computer programming into their schools need a new approach to teaching. Coding is inherently democratic, requiring input from diverse teams and a focus on unifying outcomes rather than a boss singular demands. Truly effective coding education must be democratic also. This approach to teaching coding is not only bound to be more authentic, but also far more inclusive of girls and women, whose brains are uniquely wired for multidisciplinary, team-based problem solving. Madeleine Dougherty has never not worked in education. Her career has spanned five school districts in two states and several subjects including language arts, special education, skilled trades, and, most recently, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). Curiosity and nifty jargon like hacker space drew her into the world of Arduinos and Python programming, so now she is the Manager of Teen STEM Programs for Girls Inc. of Chattanooga. She is the creator of the Makers Society, a computer science and engineering course for high school girls, as well as the upcoming STEAM Park engineering summer camp. She was awarded Program Professional of the Year in 2014 by Girls Inc. National, which was pretty awesome. Madeleines primary goal in life is to make sure the world is a more just and equal place when her daughter grows up. Her programs are at the intersection of STEM and Social Justice, engaging girls in activism and advocacy through engineering and design. Madeleine engages herself in activism through membership in Choice Chattanooga, Healthy and Free Tennessee, and Concerned Citizens for Justice. She looks forward to the day her daughter is old enough to march through their Brainerd home, protesting bed time. About Code & Creativity Code & Creativity is a social talk series created to connect us with each other and our larger community. Every other month, well gather at the Camp House for a few hours to listen to one local and one visiting designer/developer as they share their passions, wisdom, and war stories. We'll ask questions, talk shop, and maybe even make some new friends. Of course no gathering would be complete without something yummy in your tummy, so snacks and a tasty beverage (coffee, soft drink, or beer) are on us!

149 East Martin Luther King Boulevard
Chattanooga, TN 37402

»Five Finger Death Punch

April 28, 2015 7:00 PM

Five Finger Death Punch Track 29 Tickets - Buy and sell Five Finger Death Punch Chattanooga Tickets for April 28 at Track 29 in Chattanooga, TN on StubHub!

1400 Market Street
Chattanooga, TN 37402

»The Alice E. and Joseph H. Davenport, Jr. Collection

April 29, 2015

10 Bluff View
Chattanooga, TN 37403

»Eudora Welty and The Segregated South

April 29, 2015

10 Bluff View
Chattanooga, TN 37403

»Gajin Fujita

April 29, 2015

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Chattanooga, TN 37403

»New On View II

April 29, 2015

10 Bluff View
Chattanooga, TN 37403

»In This Moment Upon A Burning Body & Butcher Babies

April 29, 2015 7:00 PM

A poster child for how quickly social media sites can launch a band's career out of nowhere, metalcore outfit In This Moment has enjoyed a steady career since 2005, due in large part to its successful Myspace marketing campaign. The grouped formed in Los Angeles, the result of a random meeting between vocalist Maria Brink and guitarist Chris Howorth. A mutual appreciation for melodic metal and hard rock prompted them to work together, and soon their musical partnership was given a name and fleshed out to become a five-piece. The rough demos that In This Moment released on Myspace took off, helping the band land a recording deal with Century Media Records. The resulting debut album, 2007's Beautiful Tragedy, is full of the aggressive metalcore rhythms and anthemic pop hooks that are now characteristic of the band's music.

1400 Market Street
Chattanooga, TN 37402

»Flashlight Shows Presents: Sales

April 30, 2015 7:00 PM

1307 Dodds Avenue
Chattanooga, TN 37404

»Dirty Heads

April 30, 2015 9:00 PM

Dirty Heads is a reggae-rock band from Huntington Beach, California that was started after founding members Jared "Dirty J" Watson met Dustin "Duddy B" Bushnell whilst attending a high school party. After bonding over a sharedappreciationof music, the two would go on to recruit other musicians and establish a unique musical style for itself that blended elements of roots rock, reggae and hip-hop into a cohesive whole. Dirty Heads released its debut LP, Any Port in a Storm, in 2008 and the album helped attract a fairly young fan base that liked the sunny, beach-friendly vibe the group interjects into its music.

1400 Market Street
Chattanooga, TN 37402

»Mike Speenberg

May 01, 2015 7:30 PM

Seat Selection Instructions:For quantities of 5, 6, 10 or 12: Choose your table(s) from the list below. See seating map for table location.For all other quantities: Choose the select seats" button to pick your seats from the seating map. The tables listed below are for 5 or 6 seats at each table.

3224 Brainerd Road
Chattanooga, TN 37411
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