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Earlier I wrote about how I felt pwned during my first session at the South Florida Code Camp.

Luckily, things turned around during my second session. I was unable to turn it in a discussion as I had planned. The room was still set up to serve presentations, and some of the people I would have liked to have in the discussion (like Scott Dorman) were busy with their own sessions. However, everything went smoothly during my second presentation. I had great crowd interaction, and I received good applause at the end. It was definitely a contrast to the earlier session.

I was unable to make it to the after party. My wife doesn't turn 25 until March, so I had to drive her back to the hotel to freshen up. Car rentals don't cover under-25s unless you want to spend an arm and a left. We ended up on the wrong side of Miami in the process. You know, when you head north on a highway, you expect to go south to return from whence you came. This proved untrue with the Florida Turnpike, which apparently has three directions. We ended up eating at a great Argentinian restaurant though, so not all was lost.

I had a great time at this code camp, and I learned new lessons on presenting. I also met some great people like Dave Noderer, Joe Healy, and David Silverlight. Next time there is a Code Camp in Florida, I hope to make it down. I even have a great new presentation planned that should be ready by April (with an accompanying project I will release to the community). Posted on Saturday, February 2, 2008 10:51 PM Path Notes | Back to top

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