makes computing fun, is pleased to announce its sponsorship of CodeCon
2.0 (www.codecon.org), which takes place February 22 through 24 in San Francisco.
CodeCon 2.0 is the premier event in 2003 for P2P, application development, and network security and is an excellent venue for developers to showcase their work.
"We're very pleased to have No Starch Press sponsor CodeCon," conference co-founder Bram Cohen said. "No Starch Press has consistently published quality books aimed at technologists much like the attendees of CodeCon." Bill Pollock, publisher of No Starch Press, appreciates the developer-friendly focus of CodeCon. "We are excited to be a part of CodeCon 2.0. Many conferences don't really appreciate the developer. CodeCon does, however, which makes for a truly unique experience."
Boasting attendees from across the globe, CodeCon appeals to the global
community developers working on the most advanced Internet
technologies. "Our formula is simple," conference co-founder Len Sassaman said. "We require all presentations of new software to involve working demos and be presented by an actual developer involved with the project."
CodeCon's no-nonsense atmosphere makes it an ideal opportunity for the
Internet's most prominent developers to meet and exchange ideas about
the software inventions which will shape the global networks of
About No Starch Press
Since 1994, No Starch Press has published unique and sometimes fringe
books on computing, with a focus on Open Source, security, hacking, web
development, programming, gaming, and alternative operating systems.
Our titles have personality, our authors are passionate, and our goal
is to make computing fun. (www.nostarch.com)
CodeCon is the premier showcase of active software development projects.
Now in its second year, CodeCon offers an excellent opportunity for
programmers to meet and discuss the cutting edge techniques being used
by the most innovative members of their profession. CodeCon will occur
February 22 through 24 at Club NV in San Francisco. (www.codecon.org).
John Mark Walker
No Starch Press
johnmark at nostarch.com
CodeCon Technology Conference
press at codecon.org