Code Camp in Portland is in only 10 days. It starts on May 19th and 20th. There's a good list of sessions so far with topics like Cardspace, XNA (XBox Development), PowerShell, Amazon S3, Silverlight, and many others by a great list of presenters. There's also an even party on Saturday, so be sure to register/RSVP ahead of time.
Remember that Code Camp is always free and you're welcome to present in this low-pressure environment. There's still time to submit a session of your own. If you've been thinking of presenting a topic or want to try presenting in public, now's the time to make it happen.
This is an open event, so come talk about Ruby, C#, Smalltalk, COBOL, Robots, whatever, as long as you're excited about it. You can submit any level session from Beginner to super-Expert. What are you working on at your job that is so awesome you're overflowing with excitement about it? Come give a session on that. Are you building a PacMan arcade in your garage, or hacking your TV remote control? Come talk about that.
CodeCamp is just over the bridge in Vancouver at the WSU Campus. It's an easy drive from Portland. If you're coming from Seattle, there's many hotels nearby.
Spread the word around town as all are welcome at Code Camp in Portland.
Scott Hanselman is a former professor, former Chief Architect in finance, now speaker, consultant, father, diabetic, and Microsoft employee. I am a failed stand-up comic, a cornrower, and a book author.
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