Code Camp 8 – Call For Speakers Is Now OPEN

July 14, 2013

On Saturday, September 14, 2013, from 8:00 AM until 6:30 PM, the NYC developer community will be holding our eighth Code Camp at the Microsoft Offices in Midtown Manhattan! The call for speakers is open through Thursday, August 1, 2013, and we’d love for you to submit your sessions, whether you’re looking to speak for […]

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Code Camp 8 – Registration Opens August 2nd, 2013!

July 14, 2013

We’re happy to announce that the registration for the next NYC Code Camp will open promptly at 9:00am on Friday August 2, 2013! Registration will be processed through Eventbrite at http://codecampnyc.eventbrite.com and attendance costs a mere $8 for the entire day’s worth of content (less than the cost of two lattes at Starbucks)! If you register […]

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Code Camp 7 – Final Session Schedule and Abstracts are now Available!

September 7, 2012

With just a bit more than one week to go before the event, we wanted to let everyone know that the final schedule and session abstracts are now available for immediate download as PDF files!  This year’s Code Camp is shaping up to the most diverse ever with talks on everything from Azure to Agile […]

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Code Camp 7 – Announcing Windows 8 Hackathon!

August 28, 2012

Just in case you haven’t had enough by the end of the Code Camp event, the fun will continue on into the evening after the Code Camp is complete! We’re happy to announce that immediately following the Code Camp on Saturday September 15, 2012 Microsoft will be hosting a Window 8 Hackathon at the same […]

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Code Camp 7 – Final Session Selections Complete

August 19, 2012

The next NYC Code Camp event on Saturday 9/15/2012 is continuing to come together! We’re happy to announce that we have now completed the Session Selection process for the upcoming Code Camp!  We’re still in the process of completing the schedule of rooms and times for all of these sessions, but for now here are […]

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