This week I attended the SNAPPS Quickr Bootcamp, held in Overland Park, KS. It was a three-day Quickr developer training session. The next time the SNAPPS folks offer this, RUN, don’t walk, to sign up.
Obviously, these guys are smart, they’re frequent speakers at conferences, and they are experts on Quickr. They have done a terrific job at putting together material to get you up to speed and developing with Quickr. The three day bootcamp covered what you need to know, as well as what to watch out for. They discussed how to fix things when they go wrong and what you should NOT do (but how to do it anyway). They’ve really condensed their years (and years and years) of experience and delivered a lot of that knowledge in three days.
The bootcamp was very well constructed, with a basic starting level and working up to more advanced topics. The format was part lecture, part hands on exercises, with enough of each to deliver the knowledge and keep the attendees engaged.
Much like going to Lotusphere, I feel exhausted and my head is filled with stuff I can’t wait to get home and try out. Thanks SNAPPS guys!