Tracking the tracks at Tech Ed New Zealand


Auckland Code Camp invite

, posted: 1-Aug-2008 11:48

I've just noticed this post in our Geekzone development forums so I decided to repost it here for our audience:


The 2008 installment of the Auckland Code Camp is set for 31 August 2008 (the day before TechEd). Registration is open!

Sign up now to learn all you need to know about WCF, .NET 3.5, Silverlight, and much more.

This year we will meet on 31 August 2008, the Sunday just before TechEd, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in central Auckland.

It is a free event, including the presentations, lunch and coffee breaks. This year the event is sponsored by Datacom, Olympic Software, Intergen, and the Microsoft MVP programme.

Make sure you visit the official page to learn more about the event and register.


Thanks to Thiago for the heads up!

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Comment by KevDaly, on 1-Aug-2008 17:09

Since I'm going to be arriving in Auckland in the morning, I'll actually be able to attend, at least for most of it.


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