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CodeConnexx Conference (Nov 8th, 9th)
August 17, 2012 @ 10:53:56

There's a new conference happening in November (in Indianapolis, Indiana) brought to you by the group behind PHPWomen and EngineYard - the CodeConnexx conference.

CodeConnexx is a two-day, one track conference that aims to bring together men and women of all ages, races, backgrounds, and skillsets interested in talking about code. As we know, choosing a career as a coder comes with its own sets of life challenges, and we want to talk about those too. In short, this conference is a different kind of conference, as it connects those two pieces of the puzzle together in one event.

It's a two-day event happening November 8th and 9th and registration is now open - tickets can be purchased for $99 USD. There's lots of great topics being covered over the two days including:

  • "Getting Started Contributing to Open Source"
  • "Mentoring Developers"
  • "Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Deployment but Were Afraid to Ask"
  • "Grokking REST"

Additionally, they're doing something interesting for those that have children and want to attend - childcare will be provided on site.

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