Featured speakers will include:
- Scott González, lead developer for the jQuery UI project
Post-Camp Hack Night
Viget Labs (map) is located in downtown Durham, just a few blocks from the Durham Arts Council. Parking can be found on-street and in several parking decks including the deck across the street at 326 East Chapel Hill Street, the Corcoran Street deck (101 East Corcoran Street) between Viget and the Durham Arts Council, and the West Morgan Street ramp (300 West Morgan St).
Thanks to everyone who has sponsored the camp so far!
- Clinton R. Nixon of Viget Labs
- JSConf 2010 in Washington, D.C.
- New Media Campaigns, a full-service web design and development company. Follow @nmcteam on Twitter.
- Michael Boulet of www.newfangled.com
- yayQuery, a rollicking podcast about jQuery and front-end development. Follow @yayQuery on Twitter.
- Tony Miller at Carolina Mantis. Follow @Lightningwhelk on Twitter.
- SocialCloudz: Tired of waiting for the web guy to make small changes to your website design? SocialCloudz lets you make them yourself.
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina
Parking is available in the parking garage on West Morgan Street, just northeast of the Durham Arts Council. Parking on the weekend will probably be free, but bring a couple bucks just in case.
Travel and Accommodations
Coming from out of town? Downtown Durham is just a short distance from I-40 and I-85. The Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) is also nearby; cab fares will run around $25-$35.
There are several hotels within driving distance, and at least one within walking distance.
When & Where