SPUG: Seattle Code Camp, Oct 22 and 23

Andrew Sweger andrew at sweger.net
Thu Oct 6 14:50:54 PDT 2005

Seattle Code Camp[0] is a completely free community driven event that is
being spearheaded and funded by Jason Mauer, the local developer
evangelist for Microsoft. Many of the sessions at this point are .NET
related but we would like to broaden the focus to include other
non-Microsoft development platforms and include stuff like Perl, PHP,
Java, Linux, etc.

The basic rule is that anyone who wants to speak can speak about pretty
much anything having to do with software development. There are a few
rules[1] but this is not tied to any particular technology or company.

    When: Sat, Oct 22 and Sun, Oct 23, 2005.   
   Where: DeVry University in Federal Way 

If someone is interested in speaking, please go to see the FAQ[2] or email
Paul Litwin[3] session topics or potential speakers.

Second, if people would be interested in attending (it's free), please
register[4]. The agenda is not fixed yet, but you can see a list of the
tracks[5]. Remember, while it's free, registration is limited so encourage
people to sign up soon if they are interested in attending.

[0] - http://pacwest.ms/codecamp/sea/1/ 
[1] - http://pacwest.ms/codecamp/sea/1/faq.html
[2] - http://pacwest.ms/codecamp/sea/1/faq.html
[3] - mailto:plitwin at fhcrc.org
      Paul Litwin 
      Programming Manager, Collaborative Data Services 
      Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center 
[4] - http://register.pacwest.ms/
[5] - http://pacwest.ms/codecamp/sea/1/tracks.html

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