Orlando during Spring Break probably wasn't the best idea, but luckily I got to go to the Orlando Code camp instead of fighting people at Disney.
I had a good time talking with people about Vue.js. Great catching up with the other speakers and so many friendly faces among the attendees.
As promised, here is the code and slides:
Let me know if you have any questions.
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