Alabama Code Camp - Call For Speakers

21. August 2007 03:23

It's that time again.

The next Alabama Code Camp will be hosted in Birmingham on Saturday, October 6th.  As of today, the call for speakers is officially open.  Additional details, such as venue, will be forthcoming in the next week or so.  Regardless, be sure to mark your calendars and start making plans to attend.  This is always an awesome event with plentiful opportunities to learn a lot about .NET and related technologies. 

It is hard to believe the first code camp in the state was held nearly two years ago.  We have finally come full circle back to where it all started in Birmingham.  If you or anyone you know would be interested in delivering a presentation, go to the site to obtain the speaker document and email it to In case you don't have Silverlight installed (shame on you), here is a direct link to the speaker form.

For the October code camp, I intend to deliver a presentation about the new features in WCF 3.5.  If we determine there there are still enough WCF newcomers, I will likely do another round of "Introduction to WCF".  Otherwise, am giving some serious thought about pulling together an overview of grid computing.  It should be some good stuff!

I will see you at the event!

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