Registration for Code Camp NYC, which we officially announced only last week, is already full! Either the Microsoft registration site is buggy (doubtful), or there is incredible pent-up demand for this kind of event in New York City, given that the Code Camp NYC’s Web site was up for only two days before the event filled up. Granted, we are limited to 150 attendees, but this is still an impressively strong response. It’s pretty clear that .NET has garnered quite a standing in New York.
Wait list registrations are still being taken. I encourage all interested in attending to sign up for the waitlist; a certain percentage of registrants for free events never show up, so your chances of getting in are decent.
I guess we’ll have to do another Code Camp in New York City again soon. It’s been so long since I’ve posted here, that a request for comments may reach very few of you. Be that as it may, I would appreciate hearing your preference for the frequency with which we hold these events.
And if you’re interested in being part of a perpetual team of Code Camp NYC organizers, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.