by June 09, 2009

Looks like it's almost time for Desert Code Camp again! What is this event, you ask? From their site:

Code Camps have been taking place all over the country. This is a free, one-day event put on by the local Phoenix community to help promote software development in general. There is no right or wrong language, platform, or technology. If a topic relates in any way to the code that causes a machine to produce a desired result, it's welcome here.

This year it will be held at the DeVry University Phoenix Campus and is once again being organized by Lorin Thwaits.

We will be teaching two sessions this year in the 21st Century Software Development track: Developing with CouchDB and Understanding functional programming.

The schedule became available today, so if you haven't registered do so now and build your schedule for Saturday. It looks like there are a lot of great sessions this year and we can't wait to learn from all of our colleagues. See you there!

Curtis Miller

Curtis Miller

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