Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Headed to CodePaLOUsa 2013!

If you're in Louisville, and you're a software developer, you're in for a treat, as CodePaLOUsa kicks off tomorrow, April 25. What is CodePaLOUsa, you ask? Well... it's Software Development Madness! And Thursday morning, I'll be boarding a flight directly into this madness.

The pre-conference workshops are Thursday (which sadly I'll miss, since planes do not yet travel at light-speed). Then Friday morning, keynote speaker Richard Campbell (of .NET Rocks fame) kicks things off, followed by two days of awe-inspiring sessions!

I'll be presenting a look at the non-.net language stack landscape on Windows Azure: Node, Java, PHP and Python to be exact. This is a demo-heavy session, showing how consistent (and extensive) the various SDKs are (and available on github in case you want to tweak them). (hint: This is the session to attend, right after the keynote. I promise to make at least one stupid pun you can chastise me about...).

Of course, there's always the chance (however small) that you actually want to see other speakers present stuff. In that case, peruse the illustrious speaker directory and see what a great line-up you have to choose from!

While online registration is now closed, you can still register onsite. So... you have no excuse. Be there!

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