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Business for Developers Coming Up On March 3 at Day Camp 4 Developers

02.27.2012
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Day Camp 4 Developers #4: Business 101 for Developers is coming up March 3rd, 2012. If you haven’t purchased your tickets yet, you need to grab then now!

I LOVE hosting DC4D events; they are fun. I know all the speakers personally, I know how much fun they have preparing and presenting their talks. I know a lot of the attendees as well, I know how much fun they have by just hanging out in the irc room and watching the conversation. Everybody involved in DC4D has fun; but everyone, speakers, attendees and me, all learn things too.

One of my passions in life is helping developers and DC4D is just another way that I try to help. This time DC4D helps developers learn business skills that they need whether they are on a team or freelance.

Join Lorna Jane Mitchell, Jacques Wookdock, Tara Aaron, John Mertic, and Paul M. Jones on March 3rd for a day of learning.

Day Camp 4 Developers; invest a day in your career.

Source:  http://blog.calevans.com/2012/02/27/day-camp-4-developers-4-business-101-for-developers/

For further information about Day Camp 4 Developers, check out Mitch Pronschinske's post here: http://blog.calevans.com/2012/02/27/day-camp-4-developers-4-business-101-for-developers/

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