New host in Wednesday Line Up – CallidusCloud


Joins TriV’s Family of Hosts

Word gets around.  CallidusCloud contacted TriV about hosting sessions after an employee from one of our other hosts mentioned our activities.  CallidusCloud helped us fill a gap in our Wednesday line up and enables TriV to now provide weekly sessions!

With multiple rooms for scheduled activities and a three screen audio-visual system for coder presentations to our audience families, CallidusCloud becomes a welcome member in our crown of hosts, filling our third week nicely among our other venues: Dublin Library (first Wednesday), Veeva Systems (second Wednesday), and Oracle (fourth Wednesday).

Photos from the TriValley CoderDojo meeting on Wednesday, November 18, 2015, at CallidusCloud in Dublin, California. (Photo/Hannah Pap Rocki,

CallidusCloud’s generosity also extends to providing pizza to hungry participants.  Kids like to eat first before starting on their coding, and while the kids eat pizza, we review club conduct rules and any club news.

calliduscloud rules

During the session, attendees collaborate and help each other out.  Even our youngest coders get in on the fun!

calliduscloud coder group

Our presenters sit in the front row as they wait for their turn to present during our Lightning Talks.  Our youth emcees are always encouraging and supportive.  Everyone’s comfortable in our relaxed atmosphere.  There’s no pressure for the kids to take the mic.

calliduscloud talks

We’re grateful to CallidusCloud for offering to host our sessions, and our families enjoy their beautiful facility comfortable rooms.  If it’s the third Wednesday of the month, you’ll know where we’re at.  We hope to see you there!

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