“What is CFCamp”
CFCamp was created with the purpose of providing general training for both beginner and advanced level CFML programmers. The conference began life in 2008 with 100 attendees and 9 sessions. In 2011 we revived the conference and hosted 120 attendees and 9 sessions.
CFCamp has established itself over the years as a very well known conference in the CFML community and is the only CFML conference in Europe.”
Great news for all CFers out there.
This year's conference will be on 8.+9. November at Courtyard Hotel Munich Garching. It is a brand new hotel.*
As you know this is the only CF conference in Europe so book your ticket on time.
“*By brand new I we mean it literally: The hotel is currently a construction site and will open late spring this year.”
It is a new hotel about 15 minutes away from Munich airport and easily accessible via metro. As always, the organizers do find a nice spot for us to meet. I do know that they must have a nice bar area though…
Well, it seems there's been a change. Do to circumstances beyond their (organizers) control they are changing it to be at the Munich Airport Marriot Hotel. We hear it's very nice, and we heard also something about a special beer house…? 🙂
Read the full report about the change of venue here
Call for speakers
If you want to join and be more than just a guest and a listener, you're still able to apply for a speaker at the conference. You should apply here
Pricing and tickets
As you already know, Michi and the team always try to make it affordable for everyone and they promise to continue that this year. Tickets aren't available yet, but we will keep you updated.
Additional information and help
In case you need any help with the hotel or you might need a letter of invitation, feel free to contact the organizers by submitting this form
Become a sponsor
TeraTech was a media sponsor last year and we're looking forward to working with CFCamp team this year as well. If you are interested in supporting the conference here's the full info link
Looking forward to seeing so many of you this year at CFCamp 2018.
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