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Announcing New England Code Camp 11!

Announcing New England Code Camp 11!

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CC11: “Developer Stimulus Package”

CodeCampChris Pels and I are excited to announce that the 11th edition of the venerable New England Code Camp series will be held on March 28th in Waltham, MA!

     New England Code Camp 11: ”Developer Stimulus Package”
     Saturday, March 28th, 8:30 AM – 7 PM+
     Microsoft, 201 Jones Road, Waltham, MA

Richard Hale ShawCode Camps (started in 2004 with New England Code Camp 1), are free events organized by and for the developer community.  A fantastic chance to share knowledge without marketing noise getting in the way.  Check out the Code Camp Manifesto for the guiding principles.

Register Now!

Registration is free at The Dev Community site!

Update 3/23 – Schedule Now Live

The (always subject to change) schedule is now available, featuring over 40 sessions!

Mega Saturday Format

Michael CummingsIn recognition and support of the growth of other Code Camps in the northeast (including NH, CT, and NY), this time we’re packing everything and everyone into a single Mega Saturday.  Needless to say, this is going to be an intense day, so come to Camp well rested!

Call for Speakers

Code Camp is driven by volunteer speakers, and simply put, we need you

Chris LoveNobody expects each speaker to be a veteran of national conferences (though we do have some!)  Code Camps are great because we hear from many perspectives – we want to hear yours!

So, have something to share?  Submit a session today:

  1. Sign in to an existing account or create a new one at TheDevCommunity.org site.
  2. Complete a Speaker Registry profile (if you don't already have one.)
  3. Go to the Code Camps home page.
  4. Next to the CC11 entry, you should see a "Submit a Session" link.
  5. Submit as many sessions as you'd like.
  6. Please ensure that you also register as an attendee.

Call for Contributors

Feeding FrenzyUpdate 3/23 – Sincere thanks to Infragistics who have stepped up to provide lunch for Code Camp!  Thanks also to Infragistics’ own Tony Lombardo who is making the trip from NYC to speak as well.

Code Camps rely on contributors to donate giveaways and funding for food to help make the event happen.

You’ll have a highly-targeted audience appreciating your support of the developer community, so please let me know if your company is interested in contributing.

 

See you all there!
-Chris

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