Join us for Palouse Code Camp 2011
Palouse Code Camp 2011 is in the works! It is currently planned for September 2011. A final date will be given once the local universities publish their schedules. Check back soon for the opportunity to register for the 2011 event.
Code camp is a break from the usual, a chance to step outside of your normal daily routine and remind yourself
why you chose to pursue writing software for a living (or hope to). With batteries recharged and renewed passion,
you’ll wonder how you ever got along without it.
Read more about Code Camps
Washington State University
Pullman, Wa 99164
Smith Center for Undergraduate Education (CUE)
Whether you just wrote your first “Hello, World” program or are a Microsoft MVP, this is your event. Come, share, learn.
We had a great first camp in 2010, and we're planning on a bigger and better camp for 2011. So keep checking back for a final date and the opportunity to register.
Code Camp is only a little over two weeks away, and we still have lots of room for sessions. Submit a session today, and make sure you specify your shirt size so we can make sure you get a shirt.
After careful consideration and deliberation the organizing committee has decided to move the event date from September 18 to October 30. This was done to avoid an existing conflict with a major event at the University of Idaho which tends to book out all available local accomodations, and also gives people more time to make their own arrangements, prepare presentations, etc....
We also realize that the new date is the day after Microsoft's Professional Developers Conference in Redmond, but hope that those of you attending PDC will see fit to make the 5 hr drive or 1hr flight to Pullman (Horizon flight QX2214) to come share all the cool new stuff you've seen with us here; and it will give us all new things to talk about in the 'hallway sessions'. We apologize to those who have already made arrangements, if there is any 'local' footwork we can do to assist you in changing those arrangements, let us know.
The new Site is Up, and accepting Presentation submissions.
We have our new site up now. We're still tweaking it and getting information on it. However you should be able to sign-in and submit sessions. Go ahead and sign-in and fill out your profile information, this will get you registered to attend the event. There is no distinction between attendees and presenters other than that once you submit a session, you become a presenter. You do not have to fill out your bio if you are not presenting, but do be sure to fill in your name and email so we can email you important notices and print a badge for you at the event.
Click here to submit a Palouse Code Camp session.