Silicon Valley Code Camp is Coming Up



The 5th annual Silicon Valley Code Camp is coming up on October 9th and 10th.  Currently, there are 203 sessions more sessions than ever before submitted this year. There will be 20+ simultaneous sessions running all weekend long at Foothill College.

1774 already registered.  It is not too late to register for this free developer community weekend event here in the bay area:

This year there are several tracks available and here are some of them:

Windows Phone 7

Getting Started with Development on SharePoint 2010

SharePoint Sunday




Here is the complete schedule of sessions for this year's camp:

I will also be speaking at the Silicon Valley Code Camp on Sunday and here is my session abstract:

jQuery Makes Writing JavaScript Fun Again

Speaker: Doris Chen

Level: Intermediate | Room: Unknown | 1:15 PM Sunday

Get frustrated by cross-browser incompatibility? Hate to develop application using JavaScript? jQuery is a powerful JavaScript library that can enhance your websites regardless of your background. jQuery is fast, lean, simple and hugely expandable, enabling you to build compelling web applications quickly and easily. In this session, we will start with a quick introduction of jQuery, illustrate what’s so good about jQuery, and demonstrate step by step how to develop jQuery Ajax application efficiently with database, web services, OData, NetFlix and ASP.NET MVC. Microsoft is now shipping, supporting, and contributing to jQuery, with ASP.NET and Visual Studio. New features which will be available in the next release of jQuery such as globalization, templating and data-linking will be introduced in the session as well.

Hope to see you all there!