OK, so I had intended to announce that I posted a session submission to CodeStock and that voting was open. However, I procrastinated and Shawn Wildermuth beat me to the punch. So in an act of utter creepiness, I am modeling my post after his and invoking his name for extra copy-cat points.
For those of you that don’t know what CodeStock is, think of it as a CodeCamp done better – in two days instead of one. In their own words:
CodeStock is about Community. For Developers, by Developers (with love for SysAdmins and DBAs too!). Last year and idea started at CodeStock to mix Open Spaces within a traditional conference. This year we’re going to crank things up to 11 and rip off the knob – and you’re being drafted to help.
This two-day conference, of sorts, will be kicked off June 26th and costs only $25 to register.
My sessions are in the running, right along side Shawn’s. As he so eloquently pointed out, CodeStock attendees get to pick what sessions they wish to see from all of those submitted by would-be speakers. If my session doesn’t get picked, perhaps I can just watch Shawn. I’m told he has given a presentation or two in his career 🙂
So if you haven’t already, please go register for CodeStock so you can vote on those sessions while you can! Session voting ends on May 15th.