South Florida .NET CodeCamp VII – 78 free sessions – February 2011


photos from 2010 South Florida CodeCamp


What - South Florida .NET CodeCamp VII
When - Saturday, February 12, 2011
Where - NOVA Southeastern University, Davie, FL ( map )
URL and Twitter contact points -, #sflcc
Why - 72 78 scheduled sessions, with over 400 estimated attendees. Note this event SELLS OUT every year. Register now.

What is Code Camp? Code Camp is a FREE one day GEEK FEST held on Saturday February 12, 2011. This is the seventh year for South Florida .NET Code Camp. The event will have speakers from the local community and beyond. Speakers will be presenting some of the most requested topics like ASP.NET AJAX, Visual Studio 2010, MVC Framework, Silverlight, Windows Presentation Foundation, Sharepoint 2010 and SQL Server 2008R2. SFLCC is a free event, community driven by a group of dedicated volunteers and speakers. Breakfast and lunch is included!

Special event in the event - Book Swap - bring an old tech book, swap it for another old tech book -

Notes on sessions - too hot not to blog - full schedule here -
.NET Language Track - Functional C#, Asych Programming, .NET Ninja, CodeGen, Parallel
Web Dev - Umbraco, Facebook Dev, SQL 2008 GeoSpatial with Bing Maps, Bing Maps, UI Testing
Visual Studio / TFS - T4 Templates, TFS for Project Mangement, Branch and Release with TFS, TFS Check-In Policies, UML Modeling, JustCode
SQL / BI - Analysis Services, PowerPivot, Hierarchy Solutions, Data Warehousing,
Azure/Cloud - AppFabric, Storage, Performance, Lessons from the Field, Facebook with Azure, SQL Compact, TSQL Enhancements
Silverlight - Strong Typed RIA Services, Dashboards, MVVM, Dependency Properties
Architecture - Estimating, Decoupling UI, Agile, technical debt, Roadmap to the Cloud, TDD
SharePoint and Portals - Using JQuery and Sharepoint, SharePoint and Silverlight, Client Object Model, Case studies, Workflows
WCF - ODAta, Undo/Redo Support, WCF in AppFabric, WCF RESTFul, RAD Dev with EF4 and WCF Data Services, Essential WCF
ASP.NET - Windows Identity Foundation, HTML5, MVC v RubyOnRails, Dynamic Data, MVC3, MVC with JQuery
WP7 - Blending WP7, Building WP7 Notepad, Consuming Services on WP7, Reactive Extensions for WP7, Globalizing WP7


Comments (1)

  1. Catto says:

    Hey Now Devfish,

    It's gonna be a stellar event!

    Thx 4 the info,


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