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The Fourth Annual Orlando Code Camp took place on March 28, 2009. Microsoft Developer Evangelist Joe "Devfish" Healy was there with his trusty camcorder to get some video and talk with the organizers.
If you're not familiar with .NET Code Camps, they're community organized events where developers share knowledge about .NET development techniques and technologies. Here's a description from the Orlando Code Camp site.
Code Camp is a community event where developers come to learn from and network with their peers. Expect lots of education, networking and food. The basic format is that of a traditional conference. We start with registration Saturday morning, after that, we will have a short briefing and keynote followed by lots of sessions and prizes. Lunch follows after that, more sessions, more prizes, then closing remarks and more prizes.
These community events are a lot of fun. You can find listings for community led developer events in your area at Community Megaphone.
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