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New England Code Camp 17: Where it all began

Boston Code Camp

Saturday, March 31, 2012 from 8:30 AM to 6:40 PM (EDT)

New England Code Camp 17: Where it all began

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The Spring 2012 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.

This is a special celebration of the final Code Camp at the Microsoft office in Waltham before the move to Cambridge this summer. The Code Camp concept originated here over 8 years ago and this is the site of the first Code Camp ever!

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Thanks to our contributors:

  • 2+ Years After Going Independent: Jason Haley
  • A Blend Designer’s Perspective on the Integrated Development Environment: Carmine Zinni
  • Amazon AWS: 101 for .Net developers for building scalable solutions: Igor Moochnick
  • Cross Platform Native Mobile Development with MonoTouch, Mono for Android and Windows Phone: Michael Bluestein
  • Decreasing the feedback loop with SharePoint 2010 & TFS 2010: Michael Cummings
  • Easy Async with .NET 4.5: John Bowen
  • EF Code First with SQL CE and LocalDB: Steve Maier
  • Exploring Sensors within Windows 8: Richard Crane, John Pelak
  • From XAML to Web - MVC3 with a XAML Guy: Evan Hutnick
  • Get-PowerShell | Get-SharePoint: SB Chatterjee
  • Going Metro Today - Windows 8 Style Development in Silverlight: Evan Hutnick
  • Hadoop overview and real-world usage: Phillip Young
  • How to Start Your First WinRT/Metro App Dev for Window 8: Frank Wu
  • HTML5, JavaScript and the WinJS Extensions: Richard Crane, John Pelak
  • Introduction to Business Intelligence Semantic Model (BISM): Slava Kokaev
  • Introduction to Windows Identity Foundation: Brock Allen
  • Introduction to Windows Phone 7.5 Development with Silverlight: John Garland
  • Javascript OOP with JQuery: Sean Stockson
  • Make Moq Rock: Larry Spencer
  • Microsoft Kinect; How to write apps and Natural User Interfaces: Phil Denoncourt
  • Mobile Support in MVC4 and jQuery Mobile: Brock Allen
  • NoSQL and .NET: Introducing Couchbase: John Zablocki
  • PaaS or Fail: Preparing for Your Changing Role in Software Development and Delivery: Dan Turkenkopf
  • Push Notification Services on Windows Phone: Michael Cummings
  • RavenDB: what, why, when, how: Igor Moochnick
  • SharePoint Web Parts Inside Out: Bob German
  • The 10 Things You Need To Know When Building Windows 8 Metro Applications: Richard Crane, John Pelak
  • The case for embedding dynamic languages in C# developments: frederic torres
  • Unity 3d - Make your first game in an hour: Jeffrey Sylvan
  • What is Dependency Injection?: David Donahue
  • What's new in Visual Studio 11: John Bowen
  • Windows 8 - An Introduction for Developers: Chris Bowen
  • Writing Faster SQL Server Stored Procedures and Functions: Lessons Learned: Andy Novick

 Session List Last Updated 3/29/2012

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When & Where

Microsoft Northeast District Office
201 Jones Rd
Waltham, MA 02451

Saturday, March 31, 2012 from 8:30 AM to 6:40 PM (EDT)

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