Andrew Connell

Jacksonville Code Camp

Jacksonville Code Camp, put on by JAXDUG, is Saturday, August 27, just a little over a week away. Is David challenging us? Oh dude, we’ll live up… and past Tampa Code Camp! What’s better than a little friendly challenge… but oh, how will JAX be different from Tampa? At the last JAXDUG meeting, David announced that MSN will be onsite with some of their developers speaking, as well as bringing the MSN butterfly… and who shall be wearing it? Again, mentioned at the meeting… none other than Joe Healy! “There’s more?” Oh yeah! Clearwire is providing *free* WiFi! Only time will tell :P If you haven’t registered for the JAX Code Camp, do it soon. There are only a limited number of seats (350) and you can surely expect that it will “sell out” (as much as a free event can). You need ot use the link on the Jacksonville Code Camp website to register on MSDN for the event (or click on the one I’ve provided here). I heard they had to turn some people away the day of the Code Camp in south Florida because they had overrun! Kudos to Dennis and David for working their a$$ of...

Jacksonville Code Camp , put on by JAXDUG , is Saturday, August 27, just a little over a week away. Is David challenging us? Oh dude, we’ll live up… and past Tampa Code Camp ! What’s better than a little friendly challenge… but oh, how will JAX be different from Tampa?

At the last JAXDUG meeting, David announced that MSN will be onsite with some of their developers speaking, as well as bringing the MSN butterfly… and who shall be wearing it? Again, mentioned at the meeting… none other than Joe Healy ! “There’s more?” Oh yeah! Clearwire is providing *free* WiFi!

Only time will tell :P

If you haven’t registered for the JAX Code Camp, do it soon. There are only a limited number of seats (350) and you can surely expect that it will “sell out” (as much as a free event can). You need ot use the link on the Jacksonville Code Camp website to register on MSDN for the event (or click on the one I’ve provided here ). I heard they had to turn some people away the day of the Code Camp in south Florida because they had overrun!

Kudos to Dennis and David for working their a$$ of to get this thing together, as well as the other volunteers. I think a new agenda and session list is going to be updated shortly as there are a few very cool sessions being added.

PS – Come to my MCMS 2002 session @ Jax Code Camp!

Andrew Connell
Developer & Chief Course Artisan, Voitanos LLC. | Microsoft MVP
Written by Andrew Connell

Andrew Connell is a web developer with a focus on Microsoft Azure & Microsoft 365. He’s received Microsoft’s MVP award every year since 2005 and has helped thousands of developers through the various courses he’s authored & taught. Andrew’s the founder of Voitanos and is dedicated to delivering industry-leading on-demand video training to professional developers. He lives with his wife & two kids in Florida.