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TC Camp 2017!
You may have heard about TC Camp, the techcomm unconference, held for the past 4 years in the San Francisco bay area. Well, it’s that time of year again, and this year they’ve added an all-day API workshop on Friday! Join us at Mission College in Santa Clara on Friday and Saturday, January 20-21. If you’re in the area or within an easy drive, you might consider checking it out!
If you’re unfamiliar with the term “unconference,” it’s basically a conference where the topics/sessions are defined by the attendees on the day of the event. There are no presenters, but rather you gather at a table with other like-minded people who want to discuss the selected topic. The day starts with optional workshops run by techcomm luminaries, then the unconference is held in the afternoon.
The TC Camp unconference is free, and is a day of learning, sharing, and networking for techcomm professionals. There is a fee for the all-day API workshop on Friday as well as a nominal charge for most of the morning workshops on Saturday (the Adobe workshop is free). You can learn more about camp at the website:
To get a feeling for camp, watch some interviews and videos from past years:
Information about getting to camp or places to stay, is available here:
If you provide services or products to the techcomm world, perhaps you’d be interested in sponsoring! Because TC Camp is free (mostly) for attendees, we rely on our generous sponsors to make it all happen. TC Camp is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Please see the website for sponsorship opportunities.