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!