Saturday March 9th Code Camp is Over. See you in 2014!
The Roanoke Valley .NET User Group (RV.NUG) is hosting our fifth Roanoke Code Camp on Saturday, March 9th at Virginia Western Community College. Code Camp is for developers by developers, and we need you to help make this year’s event the best ever. Dont miss it!
Call for SPEAKERS
SPEAKER REGISTRATION is OPEN.
If you’re interested in presenting on whatever cool technology you’re working with or excited by, now is the time to submit a session for the upcoming Roanoke Code Camp.
You don’t have to be an expert or a professional. You just have to have some passion to come and share your knowledge with others. Code Camp speakers don’t get paid. But they get a lot of recognition and love from the local developer community. And if you’re talk is selected, you also get a nifty Roanoke Code Camp shirt too!
If you want an idea of the types of topics that are covered at Roanoke Code Camp, view the schedule.
What is Code Camp?
Code Camp is a place for developers to come and learn from their peers. This community driven event has become an international trend where peer groups of all platforms, programming languages and disciplines band together to bring content to the community. And yes the price is right! FREE FREE FREE (Free Breakfast and Free Lunch too!) Please be sure to register now so we can know how many people are scheduled to show up. Remember to check in when you get to the event so we can give away some fun stuff.
Who is presenting at Code Camp?
This is a community event and one of the main purposes of the event is to have local community members step up and offer some cool presentations! Don't worry if you have never given a presentation before, we'll give you some tips if you need help, and this a great opportunity to spread your wings. Of course, we do have some ringers on our speaker list as well so stay tuned.
Roanoke Code Camp will be held at Virginia Western Community College in the Business Science Building; 3099 Colonial Ave. Registration is being held on the first floor of this building between the cafeteria and Whitman Auditorium. A good place to park is on the opposite side of Colonial Avenue in Parking Lot 7, enter the building and go across the bridge into the Business Science Building. Please do not park in reserved spaces.
We Need Your Help!!!
We need volunteers to make this event successful! If you want to volunteer, please let us know. We need you to help make this year’s event the best ever.
Even with the immense effort and local support from all of the volunteers, Roanoke Code Camp could not happen without the generosity and financial assistance from our contributor’s. These folks support the development community and have some fabulous products and services that can help make your job easier. Please learn more about the Roanoke Code Camp Contributors by clicking on their logo below.