We’re happy to announce that the registration for the next NYC Code Camp on October 8th, 2016 will open promptly at 9:00am on Tuesday August 30, 2016!

Registration will be processed through Eventbrite at http://codecampnyc.eventbrite.com and attendance costs a mere $15 for the entire day’s worth of content (less than the cost of two lattes at Starbucks)!

For a complete list of the selected sessions, see the interactive session listing here.

We look forward to seeing you at what is shaping up to be another stellar Code Camp event!

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