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Inaugural Nebraska Code Camp coming to Lincoln on April 9

The inaugural Nebraska Code Camp is coming to the campus of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln on April 9. The code camp, an event put together by the Lincoln .NET Users Group and the Nebraska’s college of computer science, will take place at the university’s Avery Hall. The community-driven developer conference will feature 25 sessions featuring local and regional speakers. Registration is free and can be completed through the code camp’s online signup page.

People who plan to attend are asked to fill out a survey on the event’s website to allow for efficient allocation of space for all of the sessions.

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