Chris Bowen just gave everybody a “Heads Up!” for New England Code Camp 13. It will be Saturday, March 27, 2010 at the Microsoft offices in Waltham, MA. You can get the complete rundown from Chris’ blog post.
If you have any interest at all in helping out other developers with your “hard won knowledge”, please think about putting in a presentation when the Call for Speakers opens up (watch Chris’ blog or Tweets). I always say that “The best way to learn something is to teach it”, especially to other developers. It really coalesces a topic in my mind.
Another good thing about presenting at a Code Camp is that the questions from the crowd are great and the audience is easy to work with. It’s really just a conversation with friends more than “getting up in front of a bunch of strangers”.
So give it some thought. With all the new stuff in .Net 4.0, Visual Studio 201 and Team Foundation Server 2010, not to mention Azure and Silverlight 2, there’s a lot of room for everyone to have some fun with their favorite technology.