13 posts tagged as "codemash"

Review, CodeMash, and Preview - More Graffiti

It’s a late Saturday night in early January and I’m drinking a Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, downloading the Windows 7 Beta, catching up on my RSS reader, doing a year-end inventory and analysis and thinking about my goals for the new year. The “new year’s…

Side effects of attending CodeMash

It’s been a couple of weeks since CodeMash . Since then I’ve had a little time to collect my thoughts and reflect. In addition to the normal things that you’d expect to get from a great conference like CodeMash (like some education, meeting some…

CodeMash v2008 Recap

I finally found my way home from CodeMash around noon on Saturday. I stayed an extra night because I didn’t want to drive home Friday night the 3+ hours to Cincinnati. I really felt like wuss after hearing that the guy who drove in 13 hours from…

CodeMash v2.0.0.8

I attended the CodeMash conference last year and it was phenomenal. I highly recommend this year’s version for anyone within a day’s drive. Site: http://codemash.org Google Group: http://groups.google.com/group/codemash   CodeMash is a “non…

Brainstorming a new presentation

I mentioned in  a previous post that I was dreaming up a new presentation. I had a great time at CodeMash last year and really enjoyed doing my first presentation at a conference along with Joe . The CodeMash organizers will be taking submissions…

CodeMash Best quote so far

”… we may have more in common than we think” from the leader of a Python user group to the rest of the virtual CodeMash Google Group audience. I tried to avoid the philosophical “we are the world” mumbo-jumbo that surrounded the CodeMash conference…

CodeMash Recap

As I sit down to write this post, ” codemash ” is the number #1 searched term on Technorati . To say our little grassroots, non-denominational, cross-platform/language conference was a success would be an understatement. I wrote “our conference…

CodeMash My Day II

Scott Gu ’s keynote presentation on LINQ was great!  As was his ASP.NET 2.0 Tips and Tricks presentation. Next for me was Dave Donaldson ’s NHibernate presentation. Dave’s presentations are always a pleasure to attend and learning something about…

CodeMash Day 1 Wrapup

Bruce Eckel ’s after lunch keynote speech was great, too. It was all about thinking outside the box, experimenting, and kind of like applying principles from the design world into development. It was very motivating. After that I attended Ben Carey…

Hello from CodeMash

Neal Ford ’s keynote presentation on Domain Specific Languages and Language Oriented Programming was great. Neal is a great speaker and a very smart guy!  In fact, I’m sitting beside him in the speaker’s room right now listening to him shoot the…