Archive for the tag 'conferences'

Apr 25 2006

Conference / User Group Member Photographs

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Here is an idea I picked up at AYE and again at ETech; I mentioned it at the Ruby UG last month, and am writing it up here to encourage its use. A common problem at growing and changing groups of people (such as user group members, conference attendees who see each other rarely, etc.), […]

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Apr 19 2006

St. Louis Code Camp – I’ll be speaking, you can too

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My friend Brian Button is still looking for St. Louis Code Camp speakers; if you’ve thought about giving a user group talk, this is a great way to get your feet wet.  A “code camp” is an informal event, likely with a lot of group discussion.  You don’t need a large topic or a long […]

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Mar 13 2006

Bar Camp, Code Camp

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I met some of the Bar Camp guys: http://barcamp.org/ at ETech last week: http://conferences.oreillynet.com/etech/ and mentioned Code Camp to them: http://blogs.msdn.com/trobbins/archive/2004/12/12/280181.aspx These two non-conferences seem to have a lot in common, though one is vaguely MS-centric (it was briefly known as MSDN Code Camp) with the other isn’t. Brian Button is putting together a Code […]

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