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CoderFaire Announced (Nashville, TN)
July 10, 2012 @ 09:44:39

A new event has officially been announced for those in the Nashville area - CoderFaire, a 2 day event with a wide range of topics to appeal to all sorts of developers, not just the PHP folks.

From APIs to some technology starting with a Z, and all points in between, we've got sessions to spark your creativity. You will hear about new technologies and learn new techniques as you listen to local speakers talk about how they are creating cool things here in Nashville. When you find you need a break, kick back in the lab and connect with a CoderFaire Nashville Lab Partner or other attendees. We'll have soft drinks and coffee aplenty to lubricate the conversations.

The schedule has also officially been announced and includes sessions like:

    Where MVC Ends, Services Begin - Ben Ramsey & Marcus Whitney Titanium Mobile Development - Andrew McElroy
  • GUIs Come and Go, CLI is Forever - Brian Dailey
  • Getting Results with Scrum & Kanban - Brendan Wovchko & Chris Hefley
  • Writing Code That is Easy to Change - Jesse Bunch

You can register for the event (happening August 25th) at $25 USD.

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