The biggest, most attended code camp on the west coast takes place on October 8th and
9th, 2011 at Foothill College in Los Altos, California. This code camp is none other than the two-day Silicon Valley Code Camp 2011!
The first Silicon Valley Code Camp started in 2006 with a mere 55 sessions and a little over 850 registrants. Last year, the Silicon Valley Code Camp had 193 sessions and approximately 3,000 registrants. This year’s code camp looks to surpass those numbers as there are already over 200 sessions scheduled and just under 1,800 registrants. To view the popularity of the sessions, check out the “Session Interest Chart” where you can view the top 25 most popular sessions, which are listed and sorted by interest level.
The Silicon Valley Code Camp will start with registration on Saturday morning followed by a short briefing and then the sessions will begin and will last throughout the day. Sunday will be very similar except that there is no opening meeting and if you registered on Saturday, then you go right to your session (make sure you bring your badge from Saturday’s registration).
So if you live or will be in the Silicon Valley area and are interested in networking with other developers and learning new skills, then head out to the Silicon Valley Code Camp (it’s FREE!). To register, click here