12345 El Monte Blvd
Los Altos Hills, California 94022

Code Camp is a new type of community event where developers learn from fellow developers. All are welcome to attend and speak. The Code Camp Manifesto consists of six points:

* by and for the developer community
* always free
* community developed material
* no fluff – only code
* community ownership
* never occur during working hours

Sessions will range from informal “chalk talks” to presentations. There will be a mix of presenters, some experienced folks, for some it may be their first opportunity to speak in public. And we are expecting to see people from throughout the Northern California region and beyond.

There are more than 90 sessions submitted and more than 600 developers registered to attend already. Free advance registration will be open right up until the event, but, the deadline for session submission is coming up on October 16th. You can follow the latest news about this camp on Twitter:


Add "#svcc" to your own tweets to be included in the search result on twitter for all code camp tweets:


Thanks to generous sponsor support for this year's camp, we will be having a BBQ on Saturday evening in addition to free lunch both days. There are still corporate sponsorship opportunities available starting from as little as $250:


Finally, please help us spread the word by placing our banner on your site or blog:


Official Website: http://www.siliconvalley-codecamp.com/

Added by van_riper on September 30, 2008



In case anyone is wondering, this is the official posting for Silicon Valley Code Camp 2008. I'm sure the other person that posted about this event had good intentions:


However, that event posting has broken links and lacks important new information about things like session submission deadlines and our twitter feed. Please refer to this entry rather than that one for the 2008 camp. Thanks!


Have you ever met an impressive somebody at a developer event? Have you had a hard time finding him/her because you lost or did get the contact info? How much bandwidth do you have to go through the pile of business cards you end up with every time?

Stop doing it the old-fashion way and join the newly created LinkedIn Group http://www.linkedin.com/e/gis/976557

This group is meant to be a discussion hub for the community organizers, the speakers, and the attendees of the Silicon Valley Code Camp. It will help them find each other, get connected, and communicate. Don't be a social outcast and join the community.

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