Boston Code Camp is just around the corner – another chance to attend your pick of nearly 30 sessions on topics ranging from Windows 8 to Azure to Neo4j and have the opportunity to network with over 200 area technologists.
This is the 20th edition of the Boston Code Camp, and like all its precursors, the event is completely free to attend, courtesy of sponsors such as ComponentOne and Microsoft. The event will be held at Microsoft’s New England Research and Development Center (NERD) on Saturday, Oct. 19th, from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., and registration is now open.
For those traveling by car, note that the event coincides with the Head of the Charles Regatta which may result in additional traffic flow and travel time. Additionally, the Longfellow Bridge is currently under construction and allows only one-way traffic from Cambridge to Boston (see detour map). For those travelling east on Memorial Drive and intending to use the left exit to Kendall Square, note that due to MIT construction, Wadsworth street is closed, but the detour on Ames Street to Amherst Street will lead you to the NERD building (see detour map).