I presented on Pair Programming at the Maryland ColdFusion User's Group on Tuesday and was very pleased to tell everyone about all the upcoming Code Camps in our area. I also promised to post the links to the group, so here they are:
- 4/14/2007 NoVa Code Camp (Reston, Virginia)
- 4/21/2007 CMAP Code Camp (Baltimore, MD)
- 4/28/2007 Richmond Code Camp (Richmond, Virginia)
Thycotic is buzzing with Code Camp excitement and everyone has been submitting session proposals and coordinating topics. We should have a good showing from our team at the Code Camps with presentation topics ranging from Cryptography, Secure .NET Programming, NHibernate, DotLucene to RhinoMocks and Agile .NET.
Code Camps are a great way to learn about new technology and connect with your local developer community.
(If you are looking to join a developer team that encourages learning on a daily basis, pair programming and test driven development ... we are hiring.)
Jonathan Cogley is the CEO and founder of Thycotic Software, a .NET consulting company and ISV in Washington DC. Our product, Secret Server, is a secure web-based solution for teams to secure their passwords. Where do you keep your passwords or do you use the same one everywhere (snicker)?