Portland Code Camp
Portland Code Camp (http://portlandcodecamp.org), the annual free event that invites software professionals from throughout the Northwest to present on a wide range of programming technologies will be held on Saturday, June 4, from 8am to 10pm at Eliot Center (http://eliotcenterportland.org/) in downtown Portland.
This year’s keynote will be Scott Hanselman (http://computerzen.com), who will speak on: “Lego, Open Source and Sucking Less: An Overview of the MS Web Stack of Love”. A popular speaker who, by his own admission, doesn’t “sleep too much”, Scott is currently a Microsoft principal program manager, has been Chief Architect at Corillian Corporation, and a principal consultant at STEP Technology.
Come listen to a wide range of topics and technologies inluding talks on: Android Apps, Windows Phone 7 programming, HTML5, Azure, the Cloud, Asynchronous Programming, Open Source frameworks, and much more.
Through the generous support of its sponsors and donors, Portland Code Camp is free (registration is easy and painless at http://portlandcodecamp.org/) and includes snacks, lunch and what is best – the ability to hobnob with your fellow programmers while learning about many of the hottest programming, web and mobile technologies.
If you have experience and a passion for some aspect of programming technology or process that you feel would be of interest to the community at large, please submit an abstract before May 25 (http://portlandcodecamp.org). We are encouraging sessions that range from sessions that help folks that are new to a technology to those that demonstrate pushing the edges with various technologies. If you have never presented before, be of good cheer – Portland Code Camp welcomes first time presenters.