San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
|CODE CAMP 2012 Schedule|
|Room 1400||Room 1402||Room 1404||Room 1102|
|Check-In: Networking 8:00am - 8:55am Breakfast sponsored by TekSystems|
|9:00 a.m.||Woodie Westbrook: Developing Content Driven Websites with Sitefinity CMS||Brandie Tarvin: SQL Server Database Basics||Ovi Dimulescu: Node.js - Toy or Power tool||Brandon D'Imperio: MVC 4 What's New?|
|11:00 a.m.||Sara Hand: Early Stage Funding and your Startup Business||Eduardo Marquez: Programming for Touch on Windows 8||Slobon Stiptic: Analyze This!||Brian Ritchie: CQRS: Command/Query Responsibility Segregation|
|Lunch in Courtyard Noon to 1pm sponsored by Incepture|
|1:00pm||Mark Radacz : Windows Phone - from zero to hero in 1 hour.||Jyoti Chawla: Powershell 3.0||Ovi Dimulescu: HTML5 - Are we there yet?||Paul Irwin: Geospatial Querying with SQL Server and Windows Azure|
MJ Charmani & Sheena Koshi:
Technology Resources for Startup Businesses
|John McFetridge: Sencha Touch & ASP.NET Services||Keith Tingle: Intro Windows Azure Active Directory||Brian McDonald: SQL Reporting Services A to Z|
|3:00pm||Stan Schultes: Exposing Cloud Data Through Services||Woodie Westbrook: Mobile Multi-Platform (Android, Windows Phone, iOS) Development Using Free and Open Source Tools||David Talbot: Installable HTML 5 Web Apps In Chrome: An Architectual Overview||Mike Milligan: SQL Server 2012 Data Mining Add-In for Office 2010|
|4:00pm||Closing Remarks Room 1102|
ode Camps never occur during working hours and are always free and developed by and for the technology community using community developed material. The Jacksonville Code Camp 2012 has been organized by the Jacksonville Developers User Group www.jaxdug.net. Details regarding the event can be found at www.jaxdug.net/codecamp/home. This is the 6th time this event will be held in Jacksonville with an average of 400-500 attendees. We anticipate even higher attendance this year with our marketing campaigns, the increased support of the community, and building on 2011’s successes. Our target audience includes software, IT, and database professionals in addition to managers and engineers at all levels in Florida.
We are advertising via .NET user groups, SQL user groups and others, plus colleges, blogs, newsletters, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, business publications, specific marketing campaigns focused on attendees, volunteers, sponsors, corporations, and speakers.
Code Camp 2012 Goals
Our goals for this event include:
· To provide a world-class training experience for our attendees. Even though it is free, we plan to produce a training opportunity similar to paid events.
· To create a great networking opportunity for professionals, vendors, and employers.
· To offer our sponsors a direct and beneficial avenue to reach their target audience.