Below is a reminder from Adam Machanic, organizer of New England Data Camp v2.0 (AKA SQL Saturday #34) – fast approaching on January 30th. I’d like to second his encouragement for first time speakers…if you don’t have a New Year’s resolution set up yet – how about making one speaking at a Code or Data Camp! I just submitted my session and hope to see you there, as a speaker or attendee.
Our second New England Data Camp event is starting to shape up quite nicely at this point. We already have 20 fantastic session submissions, and–hopefully–more to come.
I’m sending this e-mail to remind you of two things:
First and foremost, our call for content is still open through December 31st. If you’ve ever considered giving speaking a try, this is a great opportunity to do so. The Data Camp is a laid back event with a casual atmosphere, and we encourage new speakers to use the opportunity to give it a shot. If you need any help coming up with a session or abstract, drop me a line–I will be happy to brainstorm with you and answer any questions you have about how to develop a great session. Every one of you on this list does interesting work; why not share it with others?
Second, I would like to remind you that registration is open. This is a free event, we have great content, and so it will almost certainly fill up. I highly recommend registering as soon as possible.
Please let me know if you have any questions, comments or concerns. Looking forward to seeing you on January 30!