Good news for bay area developers

First piece of good news this week, the website for Silicon Valley CodeCamp 08 is up (and beautiful!), and registrations are open. If you haven’t been at CodeCamp yet, you should definitely check it out: it’s free, it’s by developers, for developers, and it’s fun. It’s a great place to go to meet fellow developers and learn; and if you are itching to try out your presentation skills and are passionate about a topic, it’s a great place to get your feet wet with a friendly crowd! I plan on giving two talks this year, one on Test-Driven Development, and one on VSTO development.

Second piece of good news, after a bit of a hibernation period, the Silicon Valley / South Bay chapter of Bay.Net is resurfacing! Stay tuned on the Bay.Net website for updates - but as of now, the first session is expected to take place end July, with Scott Stanfield of Vertigo talking about DeepZoom, a spectacular illustration of what can be done with Silverlight.

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