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Twin Cities Code Camp

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I’m going to be up in Edina, MN presenting on WPF and Xaml at the Code Camp that Jason Bock is organizing.  Here is the info at the New Horizons site and it links out to the official site.  The Code Camp is happening on November 11 if you are interested in attending.

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Written by Chris Sutton

October 23, 2006 at 6:03 pm

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  1. Hey man! It was great seeing you this weekend and finally meeting someone from Iowa who can actually write code (aside from me)!! :)

    Hopefully you got back ok and can continue to put up with the smell in CR!

    Jake

    Jake Good

    November 13, 2006 at 7:26 pm

  2. Hey Chris,
    Great talking with you during the Ruby/.NET and GWT talks. Hope the drive home wasn’t too bad. Maybe I’ll see you at the next code camp and show up early enough in the morning to attend your session! =)
    Take care,
    Justin

    justin

    November 14, 2006 at 7:55 pm

  3. […] I did my first Code Camp talk last weekend up in the Cities and had a great time. My time slot was 9am and it was in a huge seminar room (which caught me a little off guard). I was envisioning a smaller more intimate setting maybe 15 people, but I ended up with 30+. I got good feedback from many of the people who attended and I’ve adjusted my talk to really show the value of WPF more clearly. I’m improving the demos to get to point a little quicker and cutting back on the time I spend talking about the background to WPF. […]


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