Orlando Codecamp is “a free, one day learning event for programming professionals and students with a focus on coding, databases and related technologies, concepts and practices.”
Join us on Saturday, April 8, 2017, at Seminole State College in Sanford, FL, for Orlando’s 12th annual Codecamp.
Several Microsoft employees will be presenting, including Brian Swiger and Kendal Van Dyke from Premier Support for Developers.
Brian Swiger (@codebeing) will be presenting Migrating to Microservices with Azure Service Fabric:
Many people are talking about adopting microservices and moving away from the monolithic application, but how do you go about moving to a microservices-based architecture? How do you host your microservices reliably on Azure Service Fabric? In this session, we will provide a brief review of microservices and Service Fabric principals. We will then quickly move into a thorough discussion of field-proven strategies for transforming development and IT teams to utilizes these technologies. Finally, we will review real-world customer examples of how to best handle deployments, monitoring, securing, and generally managing services with Azure Service Fabric.
Kendal Van Dyke (@SQLDBA) will be presenting Making Database Development and Deployments Easier With SQL Server Data Tools:
Tooling for database development and deployment is often a cause for frustration. Developers don’t like using Management Studio because it’s an administrative tool that doesn’t offer the full Visual Studio experience. DBAs want an automated, consistent, and reliable way to deploy changes without having to write custom scripts every time. Enter SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT), a free set of tools from Microsoft that spans all phases of the database lifecycle from development to deployment while relieving both Developer and DBA pain along the way. In this introductory level session you’ll learn what SSDT it, how it works, and how to implement it in your environment.
Other Microsoft presentations include:
- Blain Barton : Building Homegrown Devices for the Cloud?
- Shayne Boyer: Discover the dotnet CLI
- Jeff Fritz: Keynote & .NET Standard for Mere Mortals
- Ray Villalobos: What’s new in Bootstrap 4
- Joel Martinez: Be More Productive with Interactive Programming
The full schedule includes 98 sessions across 13 tracks and also features a Maker Space featuring IoT, Hacking, and Arduino – plenty of content for all development disciplines!
Visit OrlandoCodecamp.com for full details and to RSVP – and we hope to see you there!
Premier Support for Developers provides strategic technology guidance, critical support coverage, and a range of essential services to help teams optimize development lifecycles and improve software quality. Contact your Application Development Manager (ADM) or email us to learn more about what we can do for you.