We sponsor all of the So Cal Code Camps (as well as Code Camps and conferences all over the world), and have a table there so we can talk to you. If you’ve been to any of the So Cal Code Camps in the past five or six years you’ve seen us, so next time stop for a minute and say hello. This year we will be there on Saturday only, so come on by, don’t be shy.
We have done presentations at the Los Angeles and Fullerton Code Camp in the past, and this year Michael Ossou will be doing a pretty cool session, so you won’t want to miss that.
Like all So Cal Code Camps, the upcoming Code Camp at USC is free to attend, so register now. You won’t want to miss it.
If you think the code camps are only staid, calm, cerebral affairs, think again…
We survived the Silicon Valley Code Camp, and it was quite a trip. I mean trip as in journey, not as in psychedelic experience. Though two days behind the table talking to thousands of people can be a psychedelic experience. You know, that’s what I’ve heard.
There are a lot of pictures on Pinterest (of course we have a Pinterest account – what?), so if you were there, take a look and see if you can spot yourself. If you weren’t there, why not? SVCC is free, and it’s the biggest and best Code Camp on the face of the earth. Or at least on the face of California, and really, California is where it’s at, everyone knows that.
It was great talking to you if we talked to you, and if we didn’t, catch us next time!
If you think that’s too many pictures of food, just let me remind you that without food there is no code!
If you’ve never watched or joined a Google+ Hangout on Air, this is a great opportunity. If you have a question while the hangout is happening, just let us know on the event page and bam!, just like magic you’ll be on screen with Mr. Allen, Michael Ossou and whoever else we can rope in to an on-camera appearance.
It’s like the future, only now.
Which is good, because my philosophy has always been; if everyone agrees with you, you might be wrong.
Which brings me to Takeshi’s post, Ten Years of Innovation and Firsts: Part I. It’s a great post, but I wanted to use a different image…
I know, it’s been quiet around these parts for a few weeks. It isn’t because we’ve suddenly lost interest in writing or ran out of things to talk about. That will never happen because we’re full of it. I mean, full of ideas!
It’s been a little slow on the blog front because a lot of us have been involved in preparing for a significant beta launch. “Oh yeah?” I hear you wondering, “Like what?“
Like…like I can’t tell you yet.
How’s that for anticlimax?
What I can tell you is this new project has been more than a year in the making, and it’s going to make a lot of you very, very happy, because it will make your life easier. Your development life anyway. We can’t help with the messy real-world bits. Yet, anyway.
So stay tuned. The coming weeks and months are going to be interesting.