Press Release


Iain Hopwood, Media Manager
(832) 717 4445 ext 1

CODE Magazine Sponsoring Sessions in SSWUG’s Virtual Conference

Houston, TX – May 21, 2013… EPS Software Corp.'s Senior Developer and Architect will be presenting at the Silicon Valley Code Camp. is gathering top notch speakers to offer 20 virtual conference sessions over a three day period, July 9 – 11. The event, known as SSWUG Summer Camp 2013, is a virtual conference that brings participants how-to information and real-world solutions on everything from Business Intelligence and security, to sessions such as the one sponsored by CODE Magazine, “Up and Running Fast with Windows Azure Websites.”

The Windows Azure Websites session, presented by Rachel Appel, will show attendees how to create and maintain web sites using Windows Azure Websites as a backend as well as using Web Matrix and as the developer tool for Orchard CMS, Wordpress, and other web software.

The Summer Camp Virtual Conference will be held July 9 – 11, 2013. To register, visit

About CODE Magazine and EPS Software
Founded in 1993 by Markus Egger, EPS Software Corp, has become the world’s premier provider in high-tech consulting and customer software services. The staff and contractor network at EPS Software are industry renowned experts; and have earned and maintained more Microsoft MVP Awards than any other company. Markus Egger, founder and president of EPS/ CODE, is the Microsoft Regional Director (RD) for the US Gulf Coast Region. EPS Software also publishes CODE Magazine (the Leading Independent Developer Publication). CODE Magazines’ focus is technologies such as .NET, Visual Studio, JavaScript, IOS, and Android Development. In addition, CODE Magazine owns CODE Consulting, CODE Training, and other CODE divisions.

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