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Speaking at CodeStock and Deep Fried Bytes Live!

Posted by Keith Elder | Posted in .Net, Speaking | Posted on 23-06-2009


Last year I was invited to speak at a lot of conferences and code camps but the one that I didn’t get to go to due to scheduling conflicts was CodeStock held in Knoxville, TN.  This year I made sure it was on my schedule because the majority of my Twitterverse / Tribe will be there and I couldn’t stand to see the tweets from a remote location again this year.


CodeStock Sessions

I’ll be doing two of my “Back To Basics” sessions this year to help those that want to learn .Net get acclimated into the .Net platform.  The two sessions are:

  • What is .Net?
  • A Programmer’s Primer Programming in C#

While these two sessions aren’t about the latest and greatest technology and won’t fill the room, I strongly believe they are a necessity for code camps and other areas.  Speakers tend to focus on the latest and greatest shiny new thing but there is a huge whole whereby those that are starting at ground zero don’t have a place to go.  I’m glad these sessions got picked.

Deep Fried Bytes Live!

On Friday evening from 5:00 – 6:00 Woody and myself will be doing a Deep Fried Bytes episode live! 

But, the coolest announcement is that Elly Mae will be there live and in person to help us kick off the show.  So for those in attendance you’ll get a special treat no doubt getting to meet the truest Southern Belle in the South. 

It is going to be a great weekend with loads of fun.  See you there! (ps – rumor has it there are a handful of tickets left if you still haven’t signed up)

Comments (3)

Thanks Sam and Perry for the kind words. Glad you got something out of it.

I just wanted to take a quick moment to thank you for your Programmer’s Primer Programming in C# session at CodeStock. Keep up the great work!
Thank you,
Sam McClanahan

Hi, Keith.

Just wanted to say that I enjoyed your presentation on “What is .Net?” this morning and am looking forward to tomorrow’s events.

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