I love Code Camps and the folks in Portland do an awesome job! In hopes of getting a presentation; I have already submitted my session proposal:
Code Monkey Tour of ALM Features in Visual Studio 2010
In typical code monkey style Chuck will tour the 5 ALM themes for Visual Studio 2010: *Eliminate ‘no repro’ *Ensure architectural compliance *Embrace Manual Testing *Be proactive about agile project management *Understand existing architecture Be forewarned Chuck doesn’t have a trained monkey he brings to his sessions and as a result tends to improvise with random audience members.
Presenter: Charles Sterling
-When they start voting PLEASE give me a shout so i can get a session!
Portland CodeCamp has traditionally been an event where software developers working with the Microsoft stack of development tools could attend sessions and network amongst their peers. This year, Portland Code Camp is encouraging presentations in the areas of Mobile, Social, Cloud, and Gaming. Of course, other informative topics will also be offered. A hallmark of Code Camp is that we encourage presenters to keep their presentations within the realm of code; a few sessions may have such informative value that they will be permitted without code.
This year, Portland CodeCamp and SQLSaturday are sharing the same venue on May 22, at the University of Portland campus. We are trying something new this year — we are encouraging participants to pick and choose from the offerings of each of the separate events. Visit each website to view the programs and offerings.
All event activities are free, and you can participate in any of the events.
Please register so that we can have accurate counts of participants, which is especially important to determine food and refreshment allocations.