The SV Code Camp Goods! (Everything You Need To Know)

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Peter Kellner Thursday, October 01, 2015
 
 
Silicon Valley Code Camp is Saturday! We are proud to continue the code camp tradtion of by developers for developers for our 10th year!  Badge Pickup starts at 8:15AM (you must be pre-registered), The president of Evergreen Valley College (Henry Yong) will welcome us with a few words to our new home at 9:15AM and then our first session is 9:45AM.
 
Feel free to enjoy coffee in the morning and visit with our sponsors right at registration. Our sponsors include Microsoft, IBM Bluemix, Samsung, Twilio, Applovin, AT&T, Bigcommerce, Couchbase, Google, Grapecity, Hurricane Electric, NewRelic, Braintree-PayPal, Raygun and Yodlee ( keep your fingers crossed for clear skies).
 
Parking is free for all Code Camp attendees but is a little tricky. There are two entrances to the college  parking lots (addresses for google maps):
  1. 3095 Yerba Buena Rd,  San Jose CA
  2. Paseo De Arboles, San Jose CA
You can enter in either one and park for free in the student spaces.
 
We will have printed copies of the schedule, but you can help us out by printing and bringing the following PDF files, they contain the session schedules for both Saturday & Sunday.  We also have a mobile app (http://svcc.mobi) that works on most iphones, androids and windows 8 phones you can use to view both your sessions as well as all sessions.
 
Track sessions and information can be found on the web at Tracks
 
All the same information is available on the full web site at www.siliconvalley-codecamp.com and is posted on our RSS feed and shiny new news page.  Please remember to provide feedback after each session by visiting the Sessions Page on the web site and choosing Session Evaluation on the right of each session description.  Also, under the About-My Evals you can easily do all session evals from one place for all your sessions.
 
See you Very Soon!
 
Peter Kellner
Silicon Valley Code Camp Coordinator
www.siliconvalley-codecamp.com
http://peterkellner.net
 
PS: Don't forget we have a Sunday raffle at lunch time with valuable prizes being awarded often including tablets, phone and free conference passes.
 
Peter Kellner Peter Kellner, a Microsoft ASP.NET MVP since 2007, is founder and president of 73rd Street.

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