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9th Annual Orlando Code Camp Happening This Weekend

On Saturday, March 22, the Orlando .NET User Group will host Orlando Code Camp at Seminole State College in Sanford. The free event will include a day-long set of informational panels on Web, ASP.NET, ALM, SQL Server, Agile & Dev Practices, Cloud & Services, JavaScript, Architecture, Soft Skills, Cross-Platform, Windows 8, UI, and Making/Hacking. Each of these tracks includes 6- 7 classes that run throughout the day.

The event begins at 7:00am with registration and breakfast. At 8:00am, keynote speaker John Papa will share, “How Fast Can You Read Your Code?” Sessions begin at 9:00am and end at 5:00pm. Once the sessions are completed, a closing ceremony will lead into an after-party at Liam Fitzpatrick’s in Lake Mary.

About 600- 650 people are expected to attend this year’s Code Camp, according to Esteban Garcia, head of the .NET User Group. The event will provide educational content designed for all levels of expertise- from the beginning coder to experienced professionals. It also serves as a valuable networking opportunity for local programmers and businesses looking for talent.

With over 70 speakers hosting 87 sessions, the event is sure to be useful for anyone interested in learning new skills or brushing up.

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