2013 Harrisburg .Net Code Camp

Date
Sat, 2 Nov 2013, 08:00 - 16:00 (Add to calendar) GMT
Venue
470 Friendship Road , Harrisburg, US
Cost
Free

Code Camps have been wildly successful throughout the country, and we?re happy to bring that success to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Code Camp is a community event where developers learn from featured authors and fellow developers. All are welcome to attend and speak. For session and speaker information check out our site: www.central-penn.net Event registration starts at 8:00 AM, sesions start at 8:30 Session tracks: WEB, Tools, SQL, Architecture + Framework, TFS Our Four Star lineup of Speakers: Brian Minisi, Chris Gomez, Daniel Clark, Douglas Finke, Douglas Finke, Joel Cochran, John Petersen, Justin Rusbatch, Kevin Goff, Rusty Green, Scott Allen, Steve Michelotti

Sessions will cover a variety of topics related to Visual Studio and companion tools. Our schedule is currently in development, so please check back regularly for updates on presenters, sessions, and contributors.

Registration is now open. You must be registered to attend.

Code Camp is: - By and for the developer community - Always free - Community developed material - No fluff, only code - Never during working hours - Plenty of SWAG at our end of event raffle.

For information on volunteering to speak, please contact Rajeev Nair at rajeevg.nair@gmail.com. For information on sponsorship, please contact Lance Wulfers at Lance.Wulfers@gmail.com

Event venue: ITT Technical Institute - Harrisburg Campus

Hosted by: Central Penn .Net User Group

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