I capped the registration at 650 but we still got 500 attendees (better than normal conversion rate..)

The 120 pizza's went fast... we could have used a few more... On the other hand there was only $27.69 left after everything was paid so it all worked out ok! We also drank over 700 bottles of water and cans of soda plus many dozens of donuts, muffins and bagels. Not to mention gallons of coffee. Even with all this food, the small cafe in the Devry cafeteria did a booming cash business.

Thanks to everyone who helped...

Ed Hill and Devry University, staff and student volunteers made everything work smoothly printing signs, handling registration and everything else from a venue standpoint.

Mihir Patel for attending to the website, keeping the daily updates on track and sorting through the daily email.

Shervin Shakibi, Joe Healy, Andrew Connell and Jose Berrios for arranging speakers and tracks.

Alex Funkhouser for arranging collecting logos and managing the design and ordering of T-Shirts.

Pierre Donyegro for arranging the speaker reception and the pub club after the event....

Sara and the other waitresses at Anthos greek restaurant in Weston Town Center made both evenings a real pleasure.

All the speakers who spent their own money and took time away from families to travel to South Florida from Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Orlando, Melbourne, Tampa, Sarasota, Naples not to mention our local speakers all did a great job. I only heard and saw positive comments.

Of course all the sponsors who donated time and treasure to make it all possible. In particular, Infragistics!

I would be remiss if I did not mention John "IceMan" Donagan from Naples who made multiple runs to Publix for Ice.

The pizza from John The Baker was delivered on time, in quantity, at a very reasonable price and was very good!

Check out the pictures: http://codecamp07.fladotnet.com/images/2007_02_SFCodeCamp/

Thanks to everyone!!

Orlando Code Camp comming up on March 24, 2007... Visit http://www.orlandocodecamp.com/ for more information!

Dave Noderer