CodeCon 2003 Call For Papers

Monday, 25 November 2002, 1:58 PM EST

CodeCon is the premier showcase of active hacker projects. It is an excellent opportunity for developers to demonstrate their work, and for coding hackers to find out about what's going on in their community.

All presentations must be accompanied by functional applications, ideally open source. Presenters must be one of the active developers of the code in question. We emphasize that demonstrations be of *working* code, and reproducible by other people. Throughout the event, we will have several kiosks and local servers available for demonstration purposes.

CodeCon strongly encourages presenters from non-commercial and academic backgrounds to attend for the purposes of collaboration and the sharing of knowledge by providing free registration to workshop presenters and discounted registration to full-time students.

Papers and proposals due: December 15, 2002
Authors notified: January 1, 2003
Demonstration materials due: January 15, 2003

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