ReTweets Of Your Sessions Available From Home Screen of Code Camp Now!

As an all volunteer event, we have to take advantage of as many free marketing opportunities as we can.  So, when you log in to your code camp account, you will now be greeted with a screen that looks like the following.




The idea here is that you can click on one of these session links and assuming you are logged on to twitter from a browser, you will automatically have a tweet created for you that retweets one of the sessions you have either marked interest in, or plan to attend.  Let’s say you were to click on the “FOSS Paas OpenShift” session.  Assuming you are logged into twitter, you will get a screen like the following.




At this point, you don’t have to tweet the session, you can simply ignore it.  However, you can also edit the tweet and add something else for yourself or change what is there.  We are providing this as a suggested tweet.  If you are not logged on, twitter will help you by suggesting you login and the screen will appear as follows.




So, there you have it.  It’s very easy to tweet your favorite sessions and I promise you the speakers, who have there handles embedded in the tweet will know about it and appreciate it!

That’s it for now.  See you at camp!


4 People have left comments on this post

» Nadine said: { Oct 5, 2012 - 07:10:07 }

This is a great idea and very convenient for Twitter users.

It does nothing for me, because I don’t have or want a Twitter account.

I’m feeling a bit frustrated because what I want from this site is pretty basic and it has been rather elusive.

All I want is a portable LIST of my sessions. Electronic format would be nice; especially if it could be pushed to my mobile phone..


– I would rather not print a hard copy of this schedule
– It’s a pain to log into the codecamp site every time I want to check my schedule (especially on an iPhone)
– The schedule cannot be copied and pasted

Other than this, I’m really jazzed about the site and the conference.

» said: { Mar 6, 2013 - 03:03:37 }

My partner and I stumbled over here by a different website and
thought I may as well check things out. I like what I see so i am just following you.

Look forward to checking out your web page for a second time.

» Kerrie said: { Apr 24, 2013 - 03:04:59 }

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I am looking forward for your next post, I’ll try to get the hang of it!

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