Indy Code Camp – Call for Speakers
A while ago I mentioned a crazy idea about hosting an Indianapolis-based Code Camp. As I worked out that idea, I needed help. It turns out some others had been thinking about it too, and we joined efforts.
It’s my pleasure to announce that the Indy Code Camp is officially scheduled for Saturday, April 26th, 2008.
I’m also happy to announce our call for speakers. We welcome all session proposals, for any technology or language. I know the local Ruby and Java user groups have expressed interest in participating. I’m hoping this will be a very well rounded, very deep technical event. No marketing fluff. Just code. Register to attend, and submit a session proposal!
The number of sessions will depend on the number of proposals we receive, but we have the capacity to handle up to about 4×6 == 24 sessions, each 70-minutes long. That’s room for a ton of great content.
I’ve been working on the CodeCampServer open source ASP.NET MVC project with hopes we’d have something functional ready, but alas it didn’t materialize in time. Next year… I’d like to give a shout out to Dave Leininger for getting the current site up and running quickly. And also to the Indy .NET Developer’s Association folks for being willing to work with me to make this event a reality.
See you on April 26th!