The Code Camps Are Coming! (to MA, NH, CT)


Just weeks after the successful New England Code Camp 13, New England has three more Code Camps coming soon to MA, NH, and CT!

The Code Camps Are ComingCode Camps (what’s a Code Camp?) are free events, offering consistently excellent schedules of sessions and are great opportunities to network.

You can register today, and please consider helping as well (see the end of the post.)  I hope to see you at one of these Camps!

New England Business Intelligence Camp

A Code Camp with a Business Intelligence focus for developers and IT professionals, this event is being coordinated by the Boston Business Intelligence User Group.  See the New England Business Intelligence Code Camp site for more.

     Saturday, May 22, 9 AM – 5 PM
     201 Jones Rd., Waltham, MA

Register for New England Business Intelligence Camp

New Hampshire Code Camp 2

In association with the New Hampshire .NET User Group, New Hampshire Code Camp makes a return for what promises to be another great event!

     Saturday, June 5, 8:30 AM – 6:30 PM
     New Hampshire Technical Institute
     31 College Dr., Concord, NH

Register for New Hampshire Code Camp 2

Hartford Code Camp 3

Returning for it’s third year, the Hartford Code Camp is run in association with the CT .NET Developers Group.  See the CTDOTNET Code Camp 3 site for details.

     Saturday, June 19, 9 AM – 6 PM
     New Horizons Hartford
     340 West Newberry Rd., Bloomfield, CT

Register for Hartford Code Camp 3

Lend a Hand: Calls for Speakers and Sponsors

Code Camps rely on volunteer speakers, organizers and contributing companies.   Each of these events thrives thanks to the variety of speakers (from first-time to veteran) offering their experiences and insights.  

Ready to speak? Submit a session today:

For the Hartford Code Camp, see the event’s page.

For the NH Code Camp and New England Business Intelligence Camp:

  1. Sign in to an existing account or create a new one at site.
  2. Complete a Speaker Registry profile (if you don't already have one.)
  3. Go to the Code Camps home page.
  4. Next to the Code Camp entry, you should see a "Submit a Session" link.
  5. Submit as many sessions as you'd like.
  6. Please ensure that you also register as an attendee

Companies, are you looking for a way to support the local technical community?  Offering to provide food and/or giveaways at these events is a fantastic way to do it.

If you’d like to get in touch with the organizers of any of these events, just let me know.


It’s great to see the community offering these opportunities to share, learn, and meet.  Thanks to the organizers, volunteers, and contributors!