Speaking at Boston CodeCamp

This coming Saturday, October 19th, I’ll be at Boston Code Camp 20. I’ve got two talks:  Practical LINQ in the morning, and The Task Asynchronous Programming Model in the late afternoon.

This will be the first time I’ve spoken at the Boston Code Camp, and I’m looking forward to meeting developers in the New England community. I’m spending more time on the East Coast now and I’d like to become more involved with that community.

Between my sessions, I’ll be splitting time between web sessions and Windows 8 sessions.  There’s a great set of content on both topics, and it will be a good chance for me to pick up some knowledge on both of these areas.

I hope to see you there.

Created: 10/14/2013 1:15:33 PM

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