Desert Code Camp Gets Hot Hot Hot!

The lowdown on Desert Code Camp

Desert Code Camp 2010Desert Code Camp is in full, organisational swing. This free one-day event event will kick-off at Chandler-Gilbert Community College in Chandler, AZ, on Saturday November 13th 2010.

Joseph Guadagno is one of the organisers working hard to pull together the event. A Visual C# MVP and a board member for INETA, his community credentials extend from being President of SouthEast Valley .NET User Group through to the Scott Gu conferences held in conjunction with the Arizona .NET User Group. Joseph is no amateur, that’s for sure.

At the time of writing, the schedule is being finalised, but with topics submitted ranging from AJAX to XNA development, with ASP.NET MVC, HTML5 and WCF in between, this is going to be a full-on tech adventure.

Why should I attend Desert Code Camp?

Desert Code Camp is a completely free one-day event that is hosted by the Phoenix developer community to help promote software development. Every platform, language or technology is welcome, as are those that work with them.

If a completely free day of tech with a huge range of sessions, great community speakers and hundreds of like-minded individuals isn’t enough to get you registering in droves, then consider this: Joseph tells me that, thanks to his sponsors, there will be a free after-party for all attendees after the event on Saturday. What a great opportunity to laugh, drink and be merry while spending time enjoying the company of your fellow code campers.

Don’t delay, register today for Desert Code Camp 2010.

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