Chippewa Valley Code Camp 2009

Posted by Brian in News (November 15th, 2009)

I had the honor of presenting two talks this year at the second annual Chippewa Valley Code Camp. Code camps are free events where programmers of any skill level come together for a day of sessions and talks that are centered around code. I’ve only recently become involved with these events and am extremely happy I have. The opportunity to learn from so many experienced developers is incredible.

We held the event at UW-Stout this year, and had a great turnout. I gave two talks, the first on Ruby, and the second on Cucumber. I had wonderful audiences both times, and met some great people that I hope I get to work with in the future. Here are the slides for my talks.

See the end of the slide decks for links to the demo source code.

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  1. Aaron B. said,
    on November 15th, 2009 at 8:53 am

    Really had a great time at the code camp and a fun time at the Stout Ale House. I dont know if we were introduced I was sitting on same side of table 2 chairs down across from the Big Hammer pros. I would like to learn Ruby, can you suggest a good starting book for a .net developer wanting to do some web development? hint hint… FYI had some great laughs checking out…

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