Being the newest Vice President of the prestigious Orlando .Net User Group (ONETUG), I also inherit some responsibility with one of the best code camps in the State of Florida, and perhaps the country! :) This time around, I will be helping to drum up and coordinate volunteers for the code camp. I know you’re already jumping at your screen right now, trying to figure out how you can help, but let me tell you a few things first.
A volunteer to any developer community event is an invaluable asset, and as a result, you would be the only reason that the event is successful. Having run the first annual Day of DotNetNuke® last year, I know that better than most. The volunteers make sure that people get what they’re expecting, and they make things happen that are supposed to happen. Here is a random list of things that need to get done at any code camp, and we’re no different:
Hopefully, you can begin to see the importance and impact you’re going to have as a volunteer to this year’s Orlando Code Camp. So… What are you waiting for??! Register for the code camp as a volunteer, and maybe we’ll have some goodies or special event set-up for you! :)