CodeCamp34New England Code Camp 16, a major community event for developers, is coming to Waltham, MA on October 29th! 

Registration (free!) is now open, as are the Calls for Speakers, Volunteers, and Contributors (details below).

    New England Code Camp 16
    Saturday, October 29, 2011
    8:30 AM – 6 PM + post-event Geek Gathering
    Microsoft, 201 Jones Road, Waltham, MA 
    http://codecampboston.eventbrite.com
    #necc16

Code Camps are free events, held outside of regular work hours, organized by and for the developer community, and offer a chance to learn, share, and network.  What kind of stuff might you see?  It varies significantly camp to camp, but take a look at the previous camp’s schedule to get an idea.

Register today and join hundreds of your fellow developers!

Bryan TuttleSession in MPR CA Session in the Rhode Island Room

Call for Speakers

A Session in the EBCFrom first-time presenters to veterans of national conferences, Code Camps are made great because we hear from many perspectives – including yours.  Have something to share, the community wants to hear from you.

How? Just see the registration page for details (speakers only need to register as a speaker, not as an attendee.)  Proposals can be for any technology topic and sessions will be 75 minutes long.

The Call for Speakers will close at the end of Friday, October 21st.

Have a question about speaking?  Send a note to codecampspeaker@bostondotnet.org.

Call for Contributors

Food Time!Contributors are a critical part of each Code Camp, relied upon to provide the essentials for the Code Camp experience, like:

  • Morning coffee (& doughnuts when possible)
  • Lunch
  • Giveaways – items to be given out by speakers in sessions
  • SWAG - items like pens, pads, and bags – branded or unbranded – it’s all welcome!

You’ll have a highly-targeted audience thanking your company for its support of the developer community, so please send a note to codecamp@bostondotnet.org if your company can help make Code Camp 16 a success!

Call for Volunteers

Want to help before or at the event?  Great, and thank you!  Just drop a line to codecamp@bostondotnet.org.

Call for Thanks!

Richard Hale ShawSpecial thanks to Patrick Hynds, Chris Pels, and Robert Goodearl for the care and feeding of this event, to the contributing companies, and of course to the many speakers who volunteer their time and expertise!

See you at New England Code Camp 16!

-Chris