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Fairfield / Westchester Code Camp 4 (2010)

Fairfield / Westchester User Groups

Saturday, November 6, 2010 from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM (EDT)

Fairfield / Westchester Code Camp 4 (2010)

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Fairfield / Westchester Code Camp

Saturday, November 6th, 2010

8:00 AM to 6:00 PM

The Fairfield / Westchester User Groups are proud to present our 4th Annual Code Camp!  As in the past, this event will be held at the University of Connecticut, Stamford Campus.

This year, we'll have 36 sessions (75 minutes each) across 6 tracks, given by some of the best regional and local developers, and will have topics such as WP7, Silverlight, Entity Framework, PowerShell, F#, MVC, NoSQL, SharePoint, and so much more!

As usual, we will have giveaways, food, and coffee.  More details will be posted on the Code Camp website as they become available.

The session schedules, speaker bios, and session abstracts are now available to download!  Check for updates, if any, until the day of the code camp.

Session Schedule Grid (Updated 2010-10-23 7:04 PM)


Speaker Bios and Session Abstracts (Updated 2010-10-27 10:08 AM)



Please print your own copy if you want.  We are trying to be more "green" this year, and not print out unneeded copies.  We will be posting everything on our "big board" by the registration desk.

Seating is limited and our focus is technology.  No Recruiters, please.

Please use the map at this link.


Special notice from Leo Junquera:

It is not uncommon for groups such as ours to affiliate with, and support causes.  In this, we have decided to support Autism initiatives in Fairfield and Westchester counties.  It is a worthwhile cause and the skills and talents of our membership can provide meaningful help for local families impacted by Autism.  Furthermore, as a number of you may know, my youngest son is autistic.  I believe this will help maximize the effect of our efforts because of my first hand experience with the problems and understanding of potential solutions.  The goal is to build a web site (http://www.fwautism.net) which will help coalesce the local community and add utilities and tools to help families.  We are looking for volunteers who are willing to devote some of their time and expertise to help get this project off the ground.  Anybody with knowledge of HIPAA regulations and their applicability is of particular interest.  Many of you who are aware of my situation have been very supportive and I am extremely appreciative. Thank you for helping me with this cause.

Leo Junquera
Senior Board Member and Co-Chair 
Fairfield / Westchester User Groups


(203) 536-0863

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When & Where

University of Connecticut
One University Place
Stamford, CT 06901

Saturday, November 6, 2010 from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM (EDT)

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Fairfield / Westchester User Groups

The Fairfield / Westchester User Groups provide free learning opportunities for .NET and SQL Server professionals (and amateurs) in the Stamford, CT and Westchester, NY area.  The groups are supported by CITI, a unit of the University of Connecticut's School of Business, which provides the broad spectrum of resources needed to fulfill personal academic and corporate IT development objectives. CITI and UConn provide a range of dynamic education and training on the Microsoft .NET Platform. CITI will facilitate an environment where the Corporate, Faculty, and student members can share ideas and help develop the next generation applications.

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