Silicon Valley Code Camp is tomorrow! We have 225 presentations and 4,500 registered attendees! Registration starts at 8:30 AM Saturday morning.  Parking Lots #2, #3, #4, #5 and #6 are paid for so you do not need to pay $3 in those lots.  All other parking at Foothill requires a fee and Foothill police will ticket if you do not have a pass in those lots.  Also, please remember that the beltway around Foothill College is one-way so if you pass us, keep going around the circle and come back.
Follow the arrows on the paths and sidewalks to the registration desk to pick-up your name badge and Saturday Lunch ticket (everyone, including kids and parents need to register in the main registration area).
We will have printed copies of the schedule, but you can help us out by printing and bringing the following PDF files, they contain the session schedules for both Saturday & Sunday.  We also have a mobile app ( that works on most iphones, androids and windows 8 phones you can use to view both your sessions as well as all sessions.
Track sessions and information can be found on the web at Tracks
All the same information is available on the full web site at and is posted on our RSS feed at Please remember to provide feedback after each session by visiting the Sessions Page on the web site and choosing Session Evaluation on the right of each session description.  Also, under the About / My Evals you can easily do all session evals from one place for all your interested sessions.
As guest of Foothill for the 9th year in a row, the college has asked us to be particularly careful of the following two things.  1)  There is no eating or drinking in any of the classrooms and 2) In the class rooms that have computers, it is OK to use those computers to browse the internet but not to either disconnect the cables or install any software either from the web or USB.  Thanks for everyone’s cooperation on this.
See you Very Soon!
Peter Kellner
Silicon Valley Code Camp Coordinator
PS:  For our SVCC Kids Sunday, we will have both coffee and lunch offering in the Kids area (the new PSEC buildings).  We expect there will be about 500 people there so if you are part of the kids group you can stay at PSEC and have your lunch.
PPS: For those with dietary restrictions, it’s important that if you cannot eat pizza (or primary food) or sandwiches (or secondary food which we often run out of) that you bring your own.  There are no open food places on weekends at Foothill College and nothing nearby.
PPPS: Don’t forget we have a Sunday raffle at lunch time with valuable prizes being awarded including tablets, phone and free conference passes.