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Course Hack Night is back, by popular demand! This event is for anyone interested in taking Canvas course design to the next octave. Instructure employees from our Community and Training team will be present along with long time Canvas users to help new(er) Canvas course designers and teachers find, and use built-in Canvas features and external educational tools (LTI apps).
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This is the event where programmers, engineers, LMS admins, app developers, and other nerds collaborate to squash bugs, fix things, make them better, you know… hack Canvas. Since this is right after dinner you’ll probably be full, but there will be a cash bar if you’re thirsty! Visit the Hack Night event to see who's coming and join the conversation!
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Unfortunately that isn't something we can configure in the current platform. Good idea though. For anyone reading; you can see a red or green up or down triangle next to the vote count in an idea when you have previously voted on it.
Kristen I'm so glad we got to meet. It validated the need for our team to
dig deeper into understanding the structure of sub-accounts and make sure
we can create a great sharing experience for our users. Thank you for
Kate McGee | Commons Product Manager
On Wed, Jun 17, 2015 at 10:44 PM, Kristen Sauber <email@example.com>
I had a great time at course hack night and loved meeting a number of people from the community in person! There really isn't much cooler than connecting with someone face-to-face and feel like you already know them because you've been talking and sharing with them so much in the community forums!
Course hack night was also a good chance to connect and collaborate with people and I look forward to continuing some of our discussions in the community!
I talked a lot and had two margaritas! Is that hacking?... if it is, I killed it!
Also Toby and my Texan friends were great. So many great conversations. I totally stole Toby's idea for the course photo roster to modify our campus version!
I think I spent about half the time with people I interact with regularly in the community and about half with new people - the best mix I could hope for I think.