Once again another successful code camp for the books. Tampa did a great job representing .Net geeks last Saturday and I enjoyed meeting a lot of the attendees and fellow speakers! 300-400 attendees showed up to see sessions on some of the latest technology Microsoft has to offer for software developers. I am always amazed at the new stuff that seems to come out every month!
I wound up only doing on two sessions. My first session was at 10:50. I think I counted around 30 attendees who watched Brian Knight and I battled it out on how to hack and secure Sql Server and applications that it hosts. Brian and I were actually thinking about putting this session to bed, because of the many times we have done it, however we get such a good response, we think we might keep it around a little longer.
My second session, "What To Know about Windows Workflow" was packed too. I probably counted around 50+ attendees hungry for workflow. I told the attendees that the session could be interactive, which I think made for a better session. It also gave me an idea of the level of demos I should do.
Well it is Jacksonville's Code Camp next. I am partial to Jax's since it is my home town! If it is anything like it was last year, you will want to be there!