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Topic # 24744 1-Aug-2008 11:45
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The 2008 installment of the Auckland Code Camp is set for 31 August 2008 (the day before TechEd). Registration is open!

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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.

Cheers!

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  Reply # 153470 1-Aug-2008 23:05
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Thanks for the reminder. I'll be heading up to Auckland for this, any other GZ'ers planning on attending?




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Reply # 153473 1-Aug-2008 23:11
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I will be attending the Tech Ed, but I won't be there until late on that day so I won't be attending the Code Camp. I will be speaking on the Windows Mobile Roadmap session and will be posting in the Unofficial Tech Ed blog.




 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 153653 2-Aug-2008 19:22
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 Phil, great that you can come, I'll see you there.


 Mauricio, I will look up your presentation at TechEd so we can catch up. Thanks for the post on the TechEd blog!


 Registrations for Code Camp have been open for two days and are more than a quarter full, pretty quick!


 Cheers,

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Reply # 156195 12-Aug-2008 09:43
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I won't be attending the Auckland Code Camp, but I am now confirmed to get into AKL Sunday 3pm, so I might go across the street (I am staying at the Skycity hotel) and join you guys for the coffee break.








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  Reply # 156209 12-Aug-2008 10:25
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Hah! Good one. Afternoon break is supposed to be between 14:45 to 15:15, to be confirmed. If you don't make it you could join us for the last two sessions or maybe the camp fire dinner?




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