2008 marks the first year that Ottawa will be hosting a Code Camp event. A code camp event is a free one day event by developers for developers. It’s a great place to spend a Saturday learning about developer-related material from your peers. This years event takes place on April 5, 2008 at the Algonquin College on the corner of Baseline and Woodroffe.
I’ll be presenting a PowerShell session at the Ottawa Code Camp 2008 event, titled: “What is PowerShell and what opportunties does it provide to a developer?”. It will run about 60-70 minutes long, which isn’t much time considering what I want to present, so it will likely be a fun presentation as I try to pack in a lot of information in a little bit of time. I’m hoping to whet your PowerShell appetite that you didn’t know you had while I show you what PowerShell is and how you can use PowerShell for rapid prototyping of .NET code, test-driven development, and support purposes.
Of course there are many other sessions worth attending too. All sessions at the Code Camp will be a great place to start learning new technologies and ask questions.
You can find out more about the event, the speakers, the sessions, and how to register on the official Ottawa Code Camp site.
I hope to see you there!