On Saturday November 10th the Fairfield / Westchester developer community will be holding the first Fairfield / Westchester Code Camp! The event will be hosted by The University of Connecticut at the Stamford Campus.
The continuing goal of the Code Camps series is to provide an intensive developer-to-developer learning experience that is fun and technically stimulating. The primary focus is on delivering programming information and sample code that can be used immediately. The event is free.
This is an event by the developer community, for the developer community. The content is original and developed by you. Let’s work together to make this event a success.
The call for speakers is now open! (Registration will open in a couple of weeks. Stay tuned here!)
Submit your ideas for sessions. Here are some suggestions:
- SQL Server 2008
- Visual Studio 2008
- Web 2.0
- Windows Communication Foundation
- Windows Presentation Foundation
- Windows Workflow Foundation
- Windows Cardspace
- Web Services & REST
- Data Access
- OR Mapping
- Code Generation
- .NET 3.5
- Agile Development
- Open Source Tools for .NET Developers
- Domain Specific Languages
- Software Factories
Do not forget, this is for developers. We want examples, code, experiences, tips & tricks, sample projects, etc. To learn more about the event please visit the web site at http://fwcodecamp.net/
If you are interested in speaking at the Fairfield/Westchester Code Camp, e-mail the information below to:
Speakers AT FWCodeCamp DOT net.
Once your outline is received we will review and provide scheduling for the selected sessions.
- Track Level (basic, intermediate, advanced)
- Session name
- Session description