Posts Tagged ‘Announcements’

SV Code Camp Sessions UP! Pick Your Sessions Now (10/6,10/7)

Posted on September 14th, 2012 by Peter Kellner

  We are hugely excited to present the 7th Silicon Valley Code Camp Schedule. As always, we are very proud of the speaker line up. With 25 sessions to choose from at each time slot we think we have something for every coder (including a few not so code centric).   All time favorite tracks […]

SV Code Camp V7 October 6-7 2012

Posted on April 15th, 2012 by Peter Kellner

For the 7th time in 7 years, we have a Silicon Valley Code Camp! October 6th and 7th (Saturday and Sunday). Same place as before, Foothill College in Los Altos, CA. We told past speakers a couple weeks ago so as of now, 38 sessions, likely going on 200 again. Keeping this short, here are […]

Final Code Camp Email Sent With Session Details and Instructions

Posted on October 7th, 2011 by Peter Kellner

With just two day until Code Camp, things are really coming together; at last count, we have 213 presentations and 3,035 registered attendees! Registration starts at 8:30 AM Saturday morning. Parking Lots #2, #3 and #5,#6 are paid for by our sponsors so you do not need to pay $2 in those lots. All other […]

First of 5 Tracks Posted to the SVCC site, MOBILE!

Posted on September 6th, 2011 by Peter Kellner

We’ve posted our first of five tracks this year. Simply titled "Mobile" and curated by Falafel Software. This track includes one of the most popular sessions titled "The Current State of the Union in Mobile Development" from Lino Tadros, CEO of Falafel. Falafel is the maker of EventBoard, the mobile platform that drives our Silicon […]

SV Code Camp Volunteer Meeting, Tuesday August 16th in Los Altos At Foothill College

Posted on August 11th, 2011 by Peter Kellner

A big part of our 5 successful years of Silicon Valley Code Camps has been our enthusiastic volunteers. Last year, for example we had over 200 volunteers, most helping for just a couple hours on either Friday, Saturday or Sunday. Without these volunteers, well, all I can say is entropy meets chaos. On Tuesday evening, […]