I got my Geek on at the annual Code Camp held at Seminole State College this year since Atlantic.Net was a sponsor at this year’s event!
Code Camp is a community event that allows developers to network, learn and rub elbows with their peers. This year’s event was set up in the traditional conference format, with registration starting at 7:00 a.m Saturday morning and was followed by a presentation by the keynote speaker, educational sessions, fun, games, prizes and food! This year’s event had an area for gaming, hands on labs and even a session devoted to women in development!
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As I settle down to ink my day at the “creme-de-la-unconference” of the year, I am looking for words that can contain my enthusiasm, tether the free spirit that runs amok at the BarCamps, and still capture the essence of what was a day replete with fun, sharing, networking, learning, and being involved with shaping the future of information technology (IT).
Sept 26th & 27th, Barcamp TampBay (BTB) at the USF, College of Business (COB), among other things, saw the “geek” and the “chic” coalesce. Yes, you read it right! There were attendees with belly T-shirts, colored hair, Louis Vuittons and I think they didn’t look one bit out of place, given that this was like a weekend getaway. Still thinking about colored hair? See here .
Day 1 was Developer’s Day and day 2 was Media May (which is less technical and I did not attend). Early Saturday Sept 26, I drove to Tampa, got lost a few times on Fowler Avenue, thanks to electronic navigation, but overall did not have too much trouble finding the Sun Dome parking lot next to USF COB. Welcome is always warm at Barcamps with a flurry of familiar faces going, “Whats happening Ritesh?”, “How’ve you been Mr. Chaube?”. Continue reading “BarCamp Tampa Bay 2009” »