Edmonton Code Camp: What Do You Want?

Well, it’s coming up on fall, which is traditionally the time of year for the Edmonton Code Camp.  It seems that there is still a spot or two left for speakers, so if you’re in Edmonton why not think of something programmy and give a talk.  Doesn’t have to be .NET – anything that is related to software development will do.

Anyway, I’ve put my name down for a talk at ECC.  There are several options available for me and I’m not sure which one to go with.  So, I figured that perhaps a straw poll would help me decide.  Feel free to add a comment about which topic you’d prefer:

  1. Intro to ASP.NET MVC.  This wouldn’t be my own presentation.  This will be one of the sessions at TechDays in Calgary (this November). 
  2. Introduction to git.  Git is an open source, distributed version control system.  I’ve been dabbling with it off and on for the past little while, and am growing rather fond of it.
  3. Introduction to programming on Android.  Again, another thing I’ve been dabbling in for the past couple of months.  Given that the talks are only about an hour or so, this might be a bit rushed, but could still be of interest.

Personally, I’m leaning more towards #2 or maybe #3.  What do you think?