Code Camp 8: The Schedule!

We're closing in on another great New England Code Camp this very weekend!  We have 27 presenters giving over 40 sessions on a wide variety of subjects!

Note that I recently posted a Code Camp update with details about the speakers, contributors, and a special Sunday LINQ workshop .

When?  Where?  How?

  • Saturday, September 29th:
    • 8:30 -- Registration
    • 9:00 - 6:15 -- Sessions
    • 7:00 (ish) - Late -- Geek Event
  • Sunday, September 30th:
    • 8:30 -- Registration
    • 9:00 - 4:30 -- Sessions

Microsoft Offices, 201 Jones Road, 6th Floor, Waltham, MA

It's not too late to Register!

The Schedule

Sessions and rooms for both days are below.  We'll have copies of the schedule available at Camp during registration.

You can also see the schedule at TheDevCommunity site.

Don't forget there's also the traditional Saturday evening social gathering over at the Waltham Westin's lobby bar.  So after the sessions end, head over there to unwind and enjoy some good company.

A reminder to speakers - as with last Code Camp, we've blocked off the Providence Room for use by speakers (only) as a green/ready room for your talks.


Day 1, September 29th
MPR A MPR B MPR C Executive Briefing Center Rhode Island Room
8:30-9:00 Registration/Welcome (Coffee/Tea in Kitchen)
9:00-10:30 LINQ from the ground up - Timothy Ng A Lap Around IIS7 for Developers - Allan da Costa Pinto An Overview of Enterprise Library 3.0 - Mark Mullin
Advanced Testing with Visual Studio Team System - Todd Mancini
10:30-10:45 Break
10:45-12:15 LINQ to XML: Powerful and Easy XML Programming - Chris Pels Building a scalable Web Application – Advanced Tips for ASP.NET Developers - Anthony Lombardo SQL Server 2005: Authorization, Privilege, and Access Control - Adam Machanic Mashups, Pipes, and Popfly, oh my! - Bruce Ganek SharePoint API and development in ASP.NET Application - Paul Swider
12:15 -1:15 Lunch (Kitchen)
1:15 – 2:45 LINQ-ing your data - Timothy Ng Penetration Testing of Web Applications - Robert Hurlbut Errors and Exceptions in SQL Server 2005 - Adam Machanic Understanding and Optimizing ADO.Net 2.0's SQL - Andy Novick Advanced SharePoint Designer - Paul Swider
2:45 – 3:00 Break
3:00 – 4:30 Building Silverlight 1.0 Applications With Visual Studio 2008 and Javascript - Jesse Liberty Tips, Tricks, and Hidden Gems in Visual Studio 2005 - Chris Bowen ASP.NET Databinding with LINQ - Julie Lerman Everyday CodeSmith - Dave Burke Business Intelligence Using SharePoint, Data Cubes and Business Data Catalog - Paul Swider
4:30 – 4:45 Break
4:45 – 6:15 Silverlight for ASP.NET Developers - Fritz Onion Secure Code Reviews: What are the ingredients? - Robert Hurlbut Team Foundation Server: A Look Under the Hood - Benjamin Day Dynamic SOA Services in WCF - Mark Mullin  
6:15 End of Day 1 (Head over to the Waltham Westin!)
Day 2, September 30th
MPR A MPR B MPR C Executive Briefing Center Rhode Island Room
8:30-9:00 Registration/Welcome (Coffee/Tea in Kitchen)
9:00-10:30 Dynamic Refactoring for LINQ (and DLINQ and XLINQ) Part I - Richard Hale Shaw Access RESTful Data Services in the Cloud with Astoria - Julie Lerman Silverlight in 3D - Michael Cummings Games and Enterprise Applications – Continuations, and 3D Animation as Workflow - Mark Mullin  
10:30-10:45 Break
10:45-12:15 Dynamic Refactoring for LINQ (and DLINQ and XLINQ) Part II - Richard Hale Shaw Automating Data Visualization with the Visio 2007 Object Model - David Edson Silverlight: Advanced Animation and Input Techniques - Andy Beaulieu I am a .NET programmer, why do I care about the database? - Charles Hyman Community Server Theming with Chameleon - Dave Burke
12:15 -12:30 Lunch (Kitchen)
12:30 - 1:00 Bring Me Your LINQ Queries – A LINQ Query Contest and Workshop - Richard Hale Shaw Lunch (Kitchen)
1:00 - 1:15 Lunch (Kitchen)
1:15 – 2:45 A Sightseeing Tour of Visual Studio 2008 and .NET 3.5 - Chris Bowen Real World Entity Framework - Julie Lerman Software + Services - Bob Familiar Scrum: An Agile Development Process - Michael de la Maza  
2:45 – 3:00 Break
3:00 – 4:30 - A Code Walkthrough - Bob Familiar Using CLR Assemblies with SQL Server Stored Procedures - Steve Simon Office Business Applications with SharePoint - Max Weber    
4:30 End of Camp - Thanks for Attending!


See you at Camp!


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