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New England Code Camp #16

Code Camp Organizing Team

Saturday, October 29, 2011 from 8:30 AM to 6:40 PM (EDT)

Waltham, MA

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Saturday, 10/29/2011
8:30 am - 6:40 pm
Microsoft Waltham, MA 

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The Fall 2011 Boston Code Camp is a day of peer-to-peer knowledge sharing and networking for technology professionals. There will be seven (7) simultaneous 70-min presentation sessions with the room size from large (100 people) to small (20 people).  There will also be many informal opportunities to interact with fellow attendees and network.

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Session List: 

  • "I, for One, Made a Website for Our Robot Overlords" - Microsoft WebMatrix: Chris Bowen
  • .NET and MongoDB: A Code First Introduction to NoSQL.NET and MongoDB: A Code First Introduction to NoSQL: John Zablocki
  • 10 Common Unit Testing Mistakes: Benjamin Day
  • A thorough intro to JavaScript: David Padbury
  • Architecture Modeling with UML in Visual Studio 2010: Viatchrslav Kokaev
  • ASP.NET Meets the Cloud: Jim O'Neil
  • ASP.NET MVC 3 Introduction, Part 1: Brock Allen
  • ASP.NET MVC 3 Introduction, Part 2: Brock Allen
  • Building Your First jQuery Plugin: John Petersen
  • Callbacks, Promises, and Coroutines—Oh My! The Evolution of Asynchronicity in JavaScript: D Denicola
  • Cloud Architecture Patterns for Mere Mortals (with implementation examples from Windows Azure): Bill Wilder
  • Developing Applications for the Microsoft Kinect: Phil Denoncourt
  • Easy Async with .NET 4.5: John Bowen
  • Extending MVC with jQuery, JavaScript, Ajax and jSON: John Petersen
  • Falling in Love with LINQ: Larry Spencer
  • Having fun with Netduino: Joe Havelick, Chris Gilmore
  • HTML5 for the Silverlight guy: an introduction to "serious" JavaScript development: David Padbury
  • ntroduction to Metro Style Apps: Frank Wu
  • Introduction to Windows Identity Foundation: Brock Allen
  • JavaScript in 60 minutes for C# developers: Frederic Torres
  • JavaScript's in ur backend: an introduction to node.js: David Padbury
  • KickAss HTML5 WebForms: Carl Bergenhem, Chris Anton
  • Making (More) Money with Phone 7: Russ Fustino
  • Middleware solutions: How BizTalk Services Simplify SOA?: Bala Subra
  • MVVM in Practice: Lessons Learned on a Mobile Data Collection Project: Lawrence Kelley
  • New T-SQL Features in SQL Server 2008 and 2012: Robert McCauley
  • Objective-C for C# and Other .NET Developers: Chris Pels
  • Powershell for Programmers?: Andrew Babiec
  • SharePoint 2010 Development for .NET Developers: SB Chatterjee
  • SharePoint 2010 Widetry with Silverlight: Scott Currier
  • The Biggest Loser: Database Edition - put your database on a diet: Andrew Novick
  • The Orchard Project: From Installation to Customization: John Zablocki
  • Using The Microsoft Push Notification Service for Windows Phone Applications: Don Sorcinelli
  • Using Windows Azure to Build Cloud Enabled Windows Phone Apps: John Garland
  • What's New in iOS5 using MonoTouch: Mike Bluestein
  • XNA 4.0 Content Factories: David Wallace
Have questions about New England Code Camp #16? Contact Code Camp Organizing Team

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Microsoft
201 Jones Rd
Waltham, MA 02451

Saturday, October 29, 2011 from 8:30 AM to 6:40 PM (EDT)


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Organizer

Code Camp Organizing Team

Patrick Hynds, Lead Organizer

Bob Goodearl, Speaker Coordinator

Chris Bowen

Chris Pels

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