What are Developer Nights?
Once a quarter, OneScreen opens its doors to students from area Universities to experience a real-world crash course in our technology environment and showcase their skill set. Developer Nights bring the classroom to life with insightful presentations and Q&A sessions from our technology directors and employees, coding competitions with great givaways, and plenty of food and energy drinks for brain fuel along the way. Developer Nights are much more than an extended classroom. Several Developer Night students have gone on to become OneScreen employees.
What to Expect
- Unlimited access to our technology team and office resources
- First-hand insight into the work and lives of developers
- Networking opportunities
- Real-world competitions (MySQL, HTML5, jQuery, Rails)
- Plenty of food and drinks
Developer Nights are open to all students, recent grads, or aspiring developers with the skills to compete.
Recommended areas of study: computer engineering, computer science, information technology, or related field.
How to Sign Up
Ready to test drive your career? Sign up for our Developer Night mailing list below, and you'll be the first to know about our next event.
Represent a Local University?
OneScreen supports the educational institutions in our community and is deeply committed to investing in the thinkers and innovators of tomorrow. If you work for an educational organization that is interested in collaborating with OneScreen on an upcoming Developer Night, fill out the form below. We can work with you to design a custom program for your students.
Where We're From
Our experienced developers come from leading educational institutions:
What Students Are Saying:
"The OneScreen developers and engineers provided their knowledge and expertise to present us with different ways that we could tackle our problem and accomplish our goal with various open source technologies. The OneScreen developers and engineers have a great, upbeat attitude to go along with their knowledge of a wide range of media technologies, web, security, programming and scripting languages. It’s exciting to think that I will eventually be doing something similar when I graduate."
Saree Costa, Cal Poly Pomona Student, ITC 2012 Competitor
"I was a participant in the ITC April 2012 event between Cal Poly Pomona and OneScreen, where OneScreen offered advice and tips to our group of student developers. I greatly appreciated this support because it not only helped us better understand the project at hand, but it also gave us a glimpse into what the web development world was like and the problems developers solve each day. Thank you OneScreen for all your help."
Vincent Du, Cal Poly Pomona Student, ITC 2012 Competitor