Things are moving along well for Code Camp 9, coming on April 5th and 6th at the Microsoft offices in Waltham, MA.
With a little over three weeks to go, we're already over 30 sessions and nearing 250 registrations. Keep them coming!
Register (Code Camp is free!) today at http://thedevcommunity.org.
If you're interested in speaking, it's as simple as registering a session and we'll give you a room/session. Check the bottom of this post for details on how to submit a session.
New CC9 Logo!
First, and most obvious in this post, is that we have a new Code Camp 9 logo! Many thanks to Bryan Phillips for volunteering to create it. (Just a bit better than my previous logo, eh?)
New at this Code Camp is the dedication of one room solely to introductory sessions on foundational topics. Are you or your company just getting into technology X? The Introductions Track is your chance to come up to speed on a variety of developer topics.
We still have speaker slots to fill for the introductions track, so if you'd like to help get people up to speed on existing technologies, please volunteer your time!
See you in April!
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We're close on Code Camp 9. Real close. Don't tarry, don't delay, register and book your