After a successful first Chicago Code Camp last year, we're back to announce
the second edition of this unique technical event.
The Chicago Code Camp 2
will happen on May 1st. In this event we are addressing one obvious and
recurring feedback: Make it closer to the city.
We're thrilled to announce that our Code Camp will take place at the
just South of downtown Chicago,
by car and public transportation.
What is the Chicago Code Camp?
Just like last year, we want to host an event where any platform or
programming language can have its space, as long as there's community
interest in talking and hearing about it.
The code camp is a great opportunity to learn about and network with
developers of different walks of life and technologies. Last year we had
Scala, etc. We hope to have even more this time around.
To ensure the numerous technical communities are fairly represented, we
are inviting all local technical community leaders to get involved and
provide speakers and attendees.
The event is free to attend but everyone needs to register.
open soon Registration is open and it's limited
due to the venue capacity.
Call for Speakers
The Chicago Code Camp
website is up and ready to receive talk proposals.
The Code Camp Manifesto calls for sessions that privilege code over
theory or slides, but it doesn't mean a good presentation will be immediately
turned down because of that.
We will have more exciting news and announcements to share about
this event. We will do so as soon are they are confirmed.
Keep an eye on the website (or this blog) to learn about registrations,
volunteering, and getting involved.
03-22-2010 12:26 PM