The 4th Annual Orlando Code Camp is literally days away. There is plenty of exciting content, and great speakers. As usual, we are expecting people to fly in from various place to attend and speak. Orlando Code Camp is primarily put on by the talented folks from the Orlando .Net User Group (ONETUG). They are well-known for doing a fantastic job at all of their events, and especially with the code camp event. From what I have seen and know, we are not going to be let down this year either.
Jessica Sterner and Fabio Honigmann, the President and Vice President of ONETUG, have been working their tails off making this event happen. Them, along with their lengthy list of volunteers, sponsors, and the Central Florida .Net User Group (DNN site) and Space Coast .Net User Group (SCDNUG), have ensured that we have the best quality event that Orlando has to offer. That is saying a lot. Even though I am admittedly biased, I have been all over the state attending and speaking at various code camps and events. So far, the Orlando Code Camp remains as my favorite.
So, most of my readers are DotNetNuke folks… What’s in it for you? You may already know, but we have been planning a DotNetNuke track for this event, as well as the previous code camp in South Florida. This code camp will have our original plan in action. We will have a track full of accomplished people in the DNN community. All but me are published authors as well. The plan is to have a well-rounded track, where we start you off on the basics of DNN, and then wrap up all of the days information into a final session where you will be shown how to build a DNN website, using the skills gathered throughout the day. I have written about it in previous blog posts, so here is a brief synopsis of each session.
As you probably are already noticing, this track is designed and intended for you to sit in all day long to get all of the most important information about DotNetNuke. Hopefully, that is exactly what you do. :) Every speaker will have DotNetNuke books to give away as well, so make sure you attend!