Code camp is coming! Code camp is coming!! The time is NOW to register for the upcoming 3rd annual Fairfield/Westchester Code Camp in Stamford, CT! Looks like a great line up of speakers and sessions! Read on below for the details:
Fairfield / Westchester Code Camp
Saturday, November 7th, 2009
8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
The Fairfield / Westchester User Groups are proud to present our 3rd Annual Fairfield / Westchester Code Camp! As in the past, this event will be held at the University of Connecticut, Stamford Campus.
We will once again hold 24 sessions (75 minutes each) across 4 tracks, given by some of the best regional and local developers, and will include topics such as LINQ, Azure, C# 4.0, PowerShell, F#, SQL Analysis Services, MVC, Silverlight, and so much more!
As usual, we will have giveaways, food, and coffee. More details, and the schedule, will be posted on the Code Camp website as they are solidified.
Please help us spread the word!
Seating is limited and our focus is technology. No Recruiters, please.
As you may have guessed from our prior Code Camp events, it takes the efforts of a lot of people to help run the event smoothly. So, we are looking for your help in running this year’s Code Camp.
We’re looking for someone to monitor each of the four rooms throughout the day, for technical support, if needed (rare), reminder announcements, and to help direct attendees to other sessions before and after each session.
In addition, we’re looking for people to help our existing staff handle the registration desk in the morning, and to help us setup and coordinate the food at breakfast and lunch.
In total, we’re looking for about 8 volunteers to help us run this as smoothly as possible. Anyone’s help would be greatly appreciated. We will brief you way ahead of time, and we will coordinate with everyone to make sure you get to work the same sessions you want to attend.
If you are able to help out, please email Mark Freedman at Mark@FairfieldWestchester.net. Thanks!
Session Schedule (Last Updated 2009-10-22)
|Track 1||Track 2
||Track 3||Track 4|
|8:00 – 8:15||General Session|
|8:15 – 8:25||Break|
|8:25 – 9:40||New Debugging Features in Visual Studio 2010
|Keeping Pulse on Your Site With ASP.NET 2.0 Health Monitoring
|Object Creation and Destruction with C#
|Reporting Services 2008 R2
|9:40 – 9:50||Break|
|9:50 – 11:05||Interactive Media in Ur RIAz with Silverlight!
Dmitry Lyalin & Shrenik Jhaveri
|Unit Testing in .NET and Rhino Mocks
|SQL Server Integration Services 2008 – What Every DB Developer Should Know Kevin S. Goff|
|11:05 – 11:15||Break|
|11:15 – 12:30||Silverlight 3: Taking Line of Business Applications Out Of The Browser
|Professional Client-Side Development with Microsoft AJAX Library and jQuery
|Groove for .NET Developers
Supriyo "SB" Chatterjee
|12:30 – 1:15||Lunch|
|1:15 – 2:30||WinForms to Silverlight – Making the Switch
|Introduction to SQL Azure
|Extending .NET Applications with the Dynamic Language Runtime
|Integrating MDX with the Microsoft BI stack
Kevin S. Goff
|2:30 – 2:40||Break|
|2:40 – 3:55||PowerShell Deep Dive
|Custom LINQ Providers
|Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) .NET Development
Supriyo "SB" Chatterjee
|F# for Testing and Analysis Richard Minerich|
|3:55 – 4:05||Break|
|4:05 – 5:20||C# 4.0 Language Changes
|Extending ASP.NET MVC with MVCContrib and Custom Code
|Beginning Mobile Development
|Preparing your ASP.NET sites for Globalization and Localization
|5:20 – 5:30||Break|
|5:30 – 6:00||General Session|