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Hats off to Shawn Weisfeld and his crew for organizing what seams to be a great upcoming code camp this Saturday at Seminole Community College in Sanford, FL. Shawn is a Microsoft MVP and INETA leader and I saw him in passing last week in Seattle at the MVP Summit. He was chanting code camp, code camp in the halls! To date, there are 478 coming to a great event. There will be 52 Sessions, 38 speakers including 16 MVPs and 9 Authors. Where else can you get that kind of education for free. Here's the description of what a code camp is: What is a CodeCamp? A CodeCamp is basically an all day developer geekfest. A quick summary of the codecamps is: Free, Developer, No Marketing, By and for the community Here in Gulf States we have added an addendum for our speaker rules. Speaker rules for Gulf States are geared towards building the next generation of .NET Developer Rockstars so the 'not so famous' local types get first session choices. Second, we get the regional and bigname speakers. Microsoft folks last. We want to help our local developer heroes pass their knowledge on! I'm doing a session on Best Resources to Learn Dotnetnuke. Hopefully, I'll be able to save you some time learning this great open source portal. Don't forget to bring a new book that is suitable for an elementary/middle school aged child to help support the childred of Central Florida. I hope to see you there. Posted on Thursday, March 22, 2007 11:58 AM DotNetNuke | Back to top

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