Code Camp Was A Hit

1. November 2005 00:21

Well, the Alabama Code Camp seems to have been a big success yesterday. There was a pretty good showing of 150 geeks or so. I really enjoyed the sessions that I attended. In particular, Todd Miranda's session entitled Ajax: A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing as well as Dr. Viji Sarathy's session regarding Aspect Oriented Programming were awesome. Most of the demos will hopefully be posted on the code camp website in the next day or two.

Hopefully, this will help spawn a .NET User Group for the Birmingham area. There definitely seemed to be strong interest among the attendees.

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