Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Utah Code Camp: Spring 2010

Utah Code Camp is a free, day long software conference run by volunteers with workshops presented by local developers. This spring, the day is loaded with 47 workshops in 11 different tracks. The topics range from various Microsoft .Net technologies to open source projects and architecture to career development. The next camp is this Saturday.

Several have been organized, but the first UCC I have been able to attend was last fall. The opening keynote was by Alistair Cockburn and he talked about Hexagonal Architecture. This was followed by six workshop time slots with multiple options available. I chose to attend ones on WCF, Powershell, Microsoft's Multitouch API, new features of C# 4.0, usability, the WIX installer and finally Windows Azure.

I'm looking forward to this event and encourage any developer in the Salt Lake City area to check it out. It's still up in the air if I'll make it. I hope I can.

For those looking for more information, check out the Utah Code Camp website or follow them on Twitter.

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