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Tuesday, January 05, 2010
CodeCast Episode 62: GiveCamp with Chris Koenig

In this episode of CodeCast, Ken Levy interviews Chris Koenig, a developer evangelist for Microsoft in the Dallas, Texas offices. This is an in-depth discussion about the history, status, and roadmap for GiveCamp events in various cities. GiveCamp was an idea hatched by Chris a few years ago, and now there are many GiveCamp events organized around the country with expansion plans this year. GiveCamp is a weekend long event where software developers, designers, and database administrators donate their time to create custom software for non-profit organizations. Some events focus on a specific technology like Microsoft .NET using Visual Studio or Expression Web. But using other technologies is often a possibility such as using Graffiti, Sitefinity, DotNetNuke, Wordpress, Joomla, mojoPortal, Drupal, etc. The custom software created at GiveCamp could be a new website, a small data-collection application to keep track of members, Facebook page, a rich client or even a mobile application..This episode of CodeCast is educational for any developers or organizers considering volunteering to participate in and benefit from an upcoming GiveCamp event.

Guest

·         Chris Koenig - Blog: http://chriskoenig.net, Twitter: http://twitter.com/ChrisKoenig

Links

·         GiveCamp: http://givecamp.org

·         @GiveCamp: http://twitter.com/GiveCamp

Length: 62:15



Direct download: CodeCast_062.mp3 - Size: 57MB

  

-- Posted @ 11:00 PM by CodeCast (codecast@code-magazine.com) - Comments

Categories: GiveCamp, Microsoft, Microsoft Platform




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