My Back To Basics session was way more popular than I was expecting

Published On: 2008-07-03By:

At the last SoCal Code Camp I did several new sessions.  One of which was my Back To Basics session.  When I was setting up the session I figured that a few people would show, mostly because the wouldn’t have anything else to do for the first session.

What I got instead was a massive turnout.  There were even people standing at the back of the room (and the room held about 40 people).  As to the questions, they were all excellent, and there were so many of them.  Because there were so many questions we ended up only getting about half way through the material.

Because of this I wanted to announce that next time code camp happens (Woody tells me that there will be one in October this year up at USC) I’m going to schedule it as a two part session.  That way we can be sure to get through all the material that I want to cover, and have plenty of time for questions this time.  As soon as Woody opens up the site for scheduling I’ll be sure to get the both halves of the session posted so that we can get a good judge of what size room is needed.

Check back here and on the SoCal Code Camp website for additional scheduling details.

Denny


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