Got this from Mitch this morning. Code Camp is coming. This is the third code camp and it’s gone from strentgth to strength:
From: Mitch Denny
Sent: Monday, 26 February 2007 7:19 AM
Cc: Greg Low
Subject: [aus-dotnet] Code Camp Oz 2007 (March 31st and April 1st)
Code Camp Oz 2007 is nearly upon us and it’s time to start beating the drums to let the wider .NET developer community know about it. I’m e-mailing everyone here to help us get the word out since people on this mailing list really represent the influencers in our little community.
The event will be held on the 31st of March through to the 1st of April which is a Saturday and Sunday. We are trying to keep the location a secret, so if you can solve this word jumble you’ve earned the right to come along:
That should confuse the Java folks 😛 Once again Charles Sturt University at the aforementioned location is hosting us for which we are thankful. The speaker list for the event is:
- ASP.NET AJAX
- Workflow Foundation and BizTalk 2006 (making the kids play together)
- Visual Studio 2005 Tips & Tricks
- Protecting against code level attacks in .NET
- Building a Real World WPF Application
- Managing and Extending Team Foundation Server
- Microsoft Robotics Studio (tentative)
- New Code Analysis Stuff in Orcas (tentative)
- XNA Studio
- LINQ/ADO.NET Entities (tentative)
- Extending CRM (tentative)
- A Guide to Microsoft Synchronisation Technologies
- Practical Magic/SOA
- Microsoft Excel Services 2007
Some of those slots are tentative but should get firmed up over the next 48 hours. Greg and I think this gives us a pretty good coverage of topics people might be interested in at the moment.
HOW DO I REGISTER FOR THE EVENT?
Having solved the word jumble and checked your Calendar, all you need to do is send an e-mail to Greg and myself at email@example.com.
WHERE DO I STAY AND HOW DO I GET THERE?
We have a list of hotels that you can book into up on the http://www.codecampoz.com web-site (will be updated shortly). The event itself is free, but you need to cover your own expenses such as transport and accommodation, in the case of transport you can e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and Corneliu will try and hook you up with other people that are travelling to the event just in case there is a chance of hitching a ride.
HOW CAN I HELP?
Right now the most important thing is getting the word out about the event, so forward this e-mail to other developers that you know (they don’t have to be .NET developers) and encourage them to come along. Why not arrange for your entire team to take the trip up (or down) together, it’s a great chance to get to know people and it’s not often you get to digest such a broad range of technical topics in one sitting.
SEE YOU THERE!