|October 9||Code Camp 2010.2|
Fort Washington, PA
Our second 2010 Code Camp will be held at the DeVry University campus in Fort Washington, PA on Saturday, October 9 from 8:30-5:00. Please register at EventBrite. Detailed directions are on the DeVry web site.
All of this is made possible by our Gold partners (Apprenda, CapTech Consulting, ComponentOne, Gibraltar Software, GitHub, GrapeCity, Hosting.com, LiquidHub, TEK Systems, and Turnberry Solutions), Silver partners (Addison-Wesly, ComponentArt, Telerik) and our Platinum site sponsors (DeVry University, Microsoft).
8:00 Registration, continental breakfast
Alt.NET – Brian Donahue – 141
Architecture – Mitch Ruebush – 107
ASP.NET – Nick Berardi – 110
Silverlight – John Angelini – 108
SharePoint – David Mann – 125
Visual Studio – Rob Keiser – 111
Framework – Jess Chadwick – 109
Tools – Travis Laborde – 113
Data – Dane Morgridge – 130
SQL & BI – Said Salomon – 158
Beginner – Judy Calla – 121
IT – Paul Begley – 102
Windows Phone – Dani Diaz
11:30 Social networking in the break room, hoagies, drinks and snacks
4:45 evals, lots of raffle prizes
5:00-? After hours party at the Brick House, Willow Grove
We have a great line up of tracks this year, even a new one led by our very own, Philly area Microsoft Developer Evangelist, Danny Diaz. This is our 5th year in a row hosting Code Camp for the Philly area, and each and every year we have a great turn out, with over 500 developers showing up last time. We have this great turn out because we have great topics, presented by even greater speakers, and that is why we cannot do it with out you, the speaker. So if you are interested in submitting a topic for one of the following tracks:
- ASP.NET (more info about what sessions I hope to have in this track)
- Visual Studio
- SQL & BI
- Windows Phone
If one of these tracks is your area of expertise or you have a great interest in speaking at Philly Code Camp this year, please submit your topic here by going here:
And clicking the “Add new item” button at the bottom of the page:
We look forward to your submissions. Because with out you, the speaker, Code Camp doesn’t work.
We are now in the process of accepting sponsors for Philly Code Camp 2010.2. This is our family of partners, with an international reach that have continued to partner ship us over the years, I am sure you have heard of most if not all of them:
And some of our new sponsors, we are welcoming this year to our family of partners:
And the charity we are sponsoring this time around is:
So if you would like to count yourself amongst these fabulous companies, please feel free to contact me to join our family of sponsors. You can find the information about sponsoring Code Camp 2010.2 after the break.