The Grand Traverse Region’s coding community.

The hub of software development talent in Northwest Michigan

Tech geeks and software developers at all stages of their careers find learning, networking, and career growth opportunities through tccodes. We provide highly-interactive events led by local experts, career support including mentorship and new employment opportunities, and the region’s largest organization of tech professionals.

Ryan Clulo Software Engineer, Atlas Space Operations

“These are jaw-on-the-floor events at tccodes. I’ve been really impressed by the quality of the advanced professional series. Every event I’ve attended has been valuable.”


Roxanne Scrivener Project Coordinator & Service Designer

“tccodes had given me the opportunity to get back in the tech community and start learning again, and specifically learning new technologies and things that have changed since I graduated college. In addition, it is giving me the connections and confidence to start building a portfolio and pursuing a new career in design and development.”


Edwin Gustafson Web Application Architect, Cayman Chemical Company

“As a working software developer, tccodes classes and talks have plugged gaps in my knowledge and given me tips and techniques to share with my peers at work to improve our professional projects.”


For new software developers

Learn the fundamentals of software development including:

  • Coding as a career
  • Programming languages: C#, Python, TypeScript
  • Raspberry Pi
  • Tools: Docker, Git, onion architecture, Visual Studio

For experienced developers

Learn new skills in our professional development courses including:

  • Agile/Scrum
  • Machine learning
  • Software security & design principles
  • Tools: feature flagging, Kubernetes, microservices, .NET Core, Restful APIs with Python
  • User experience design

Meet the tccodes team

Our team of instructors are highly-successful local experts including:

Keith E. Kelly is the Program Manager for tccodes and tccyber. Keith has spent his career at the intersection of education and technology, preparing students and professionals for continual success working in advanced technology.

Providing workforce development support for Northern Michigan businesses

The tccodes team also works closely with local employers to help them find and cultivate tech talent. Nationally, there is a shortage of software developers and other tech professionals; this can serve as a significant impediment to growing and competitive businesses. We counsel human resources professionals and business leaders on developing a robust tech talent pipeline.

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Sign Up for TC Tech News

TC Tech News is a monthly breakpoint for tech professionals in the Traverse City area and includes:

– The latest news from the Traverse City tech scene
– Workshops to help you sharpen your skills
– Profiles on local tech gurus
– Opportunities and resources to support your work

tccodes is supported by the MICA 2.0 grant provided by Michigan’s Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity.