I’m breaking a rule. What happens in Vegas doesn’t always stay in Vegas.

Yesterday was the first every Las Vegas Code Camp. You always expect bumps for a first time every camp. There were some things, but I think they were small. The organizers did a great job for a first ever camp. If I were to give out grades on the camp, here’s what they’d be: Networking: A, Sessions: A, Food A+++ (it wasn’t pizza). Those are the three things to look for in a code camp.

My session, “Software Gardening” was in the second time slot of the day. Thank you for attending. I heard some very good feedback, including one long-time, well-known .Net developer who told me the part about Katas made him think about their importance. Here is my slide deck.

I hope to make it back next year for a second Las Vegas Code Camp.