We’re thrilled to say that the International Month of Creative Code has been widely supported by the creative coding community—we couldn’t be happier! Ending this month of celebration on a high note is the only option. We are proud to announce the upcoming Twitter chat we’re hosting with SparkFun Electronics next week. Whether you live in the United States or the United Kingdom, this 12-hour event will keep the conversation going with creative coders worldwide. Don’t miss out.

#CreativeCodeChat Details

Date: Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Time: 9:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m. PDT

To participate, follow hosts @KadenzeOfficial and @SparkFun on Twitter. Use the hashtag #CreativeCodeChat to keep track of incoming tweets!

This chat will be joined by an exceptional panel of moderators representing Kadenze, Processing, SparkFun, UCLA, California Institute of the Arts, Goldsmiths, University of London, Carnegie Mellon University, NYU, and much more.

Connect With Our Moderators on Twitter

Ajay Kapur, president & CEO of Kadenze, Associate Dean for R&D in Digital Arts at CalArts – @Ajay_Kapur

Casey REAS, Co-Initiator of Processing, Professor at UCLA – @REAS

Daniel Shiffman, Project Lead at Processing Foundation, Associate Professor at NYU – @Shiffman

Perry Cook, Co-founder and Executive Vice President of Kadenze, professor (emeritus) at Princeton University – @HumbugSonicArts

Reactable – @Reactable

Martin Kaltenbrunner, Co-Creator of Reactable, Professor at the Interface Culture Lab – @MKalten

Brian Huang, Education Engineer at SparkFun Electronics – @Bri_Huang

Owen Vallis, Vice President of Research and Data Analysis at Kadenze, professor at CalArts –@OwenVallis

Real Industry – @Real_Industry

Matt Ganucheau, Director of Education at Gray Area Foundation – @MGanucheau

R. Luke DuBois, Associate Professor of Integrated Digital Media at NYU – @RLukeDuBois

Sam Ferguson, Professor at University of Technology Sydney – @smfrgsn

Mike Grusin, Engineer at SparkFun Electronics – @FlyingCircuits

Rebecca Fiebrink, Lecturer in Computing at Goldsmiths, University of London – @RebeccaFiebrink

Shawn Hymel, Creative Engineer at SparkFun Electronics – @ShawnHymel

Ali Momeni, Professor at Carnegie Mellon University – @Batchku

Ge Wang, Assistant Professor at Stanford University CCRMA – @GeWang

Jordan Hochenbaum, Chief Creative Officer and Vice President of Engineering at Kadenze, professor at CalArts – @Jnatanh

Ollie Bown, Professor at UNSW – @OllieBown

Parag Mital, Director of Machine Intelligence at Kadenze – @PKMital

Ben Shapiro, Assistant Professor at University of Colorado – @bennyTHEshap

Andrew Quitmeyer, Incoming Professor at NUS, Media Engineer – @HikingHack

Sarah Reid, Director of Business Development at Kadenze, Co-Founder of Burnt Dot Quartet – @SarahBelleReid

Harmony Jiroudek, Director of Academic Relations and Instructional Designer/Producer at Kadenze – @HarmonyJiroudek

Marpi, Director of Web and Experiential Design at Obscura Digital – @Marpi_

Chelley Sherman, new media artist and interaction designer – @Chelley_Sherman

Jonathan Dinu, Founder of Zipfian Academy – @JonathanDinu

Colin Honigman, Senior Creative Technologist at Kadenze, Adjunct Professor at CalArts – @TasteeTown

About SparkFun

SparkFun is an online retail store that sells the bits and pieces to make your electronics projects possible. No matter what your vision is, SparkFun’s products and resources are designed to make the world of electronics more accessible to the average person. In addition to products, SparkFun, through their Department of Education, offers classes and online tutorials designed to help educate individuals in the wonderful world of embedded electronics. Their ever-growing product catalog boasts over 3,500 components and widgets designed to help you unleash your inner inventor.