We’ve been working now for about 90 minutes getting ready for the big event. The weather is awesome and promises to be that for the weekend. In the past 6 years, we have had one rainy code camp and that was plenty. I have sneaked off to the campus library so I don’t have to write this on my phone. I plan to put all the pictures here, then schedule them to be tweeted over the next couple hours. If you read this, you will be ahead of the curve!
Daniel, our Foothill College Staff Helper leaning on 1 of 2 palettes of cups from 10gen. They always give away cups at shows so we could hardly so no. The stats: 1100 Pounds, 1500 cups. Big old truck.
I hope everyone likes water. 6000 bottles! Our plan is to keep ice buckets in our sponsors tables and if attendees want water with their food, guess where they have to go. I hope it’s not to burdonsome. After all, the event is 100% and the goodies (including the water) are paid for by our generous sponsors.
Preparing the assembly of attendee bags. We have 2000 attendee bags that will stuff with stuff from 11 Platinum sponsors. 30 seconds a bag, 8 volunteers at this task, you do the math.
Some accessories for our 500 Pizza’s and sandwiches.
@tammybaker123 guarding the DevExpress attendee bags. 90 or so per box, 25 boxes.
Alan and Peter guarding the door (from what I’m not sure)
Me! Give me my camera back. I have important work to do!
Drove the Prius in with one load. Did not run over any students. No one seem to care.
Attendee Bag assembly line ready to go.
Shirt Factory. Besides all the shirts vendors bring, we buy very nice collared embroidered shirts for our speakers and staff. Volunteers get a very nice T-Shirt with a custom code camp design.
Well, I better get back (not that anyone misses me)