Vermont Code Camp 4!

Hosted by Vermont Coders Connection

Public group

This is a past event

196 people went

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4th Annual Vermont Code Camp.

PRE-REGISTRATION HAS CLOSED at 10pm Sept 21st
You can still attend. Just show up! :)

Maps and Parking

Follow our instructions (http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&hl=en&t=h&msa=0&ll=44.47923,-73.199179&spn=0.005205,0.009205&z=17&msid=115827286515699377431.0004731507eba61d0bc00) so you don't get ticketed or towed.
Help Promote the Code Camp!
We now have PDF posters available here (http://vtcodecamp.org/2012/promote) for you to print and hang by the proverbial water cooler. ( http://vtcodecamp.org/2012/promote )
Register
Attendee registration and social networking is here on meetup! It's free!
We'll have loads of coffee (thanks to Green Mt Coffee Roasters), bagels & muffins in the morning. Lunch is being provided by MyWebGrocer and we'll have snacks in the afternoon.
We've got loads of goodies to raffle off including some of Keurig machines donated by GMCR. The attendee bags have arrived (thanks DevExpress) and will be filled with great info, goodies and special offers from all of our sponsors.
Sessions & Schedule:
Session submission ended Aug 31. Selections have been made and speakers notified. The schedule for the day should be on the official website by app. Sept 10th and is, as always, subject to change.
Volunteer
See Rob Hale's comment below about volunteering.
Sponsor
We rely on sponsors to enable us put on this fabulous and free event. In 2011 we had almost 160 attendees to feed & care for. Sponsorhip can be in the form of cash or swag. Contact [masked] if you'd like to help.
Twitter
Follow @VTCodeCamp (http://twitter.com/vtcodecamp) on twitter.
Details, schedule, parking and more are at vtcodecamp.org.

Out of town guests
Check vermont.org for information on lodging (http://www.vermont.org/Visit_Vermont/lodging.aspx). Downtown Burlington is fun. Next options would be in South Burlington (either east of Burlington on Route 2 or south on Route 7). Also while you're here...see if you can find time to go to Shelburne Museum (http://www.shelburnemuseum.org) to see the Steampunk exhibit (and oh so much more)!