New England Code Camp #16

Feb 20 - Oct 29, 2011 · Cambridge, United States of America
Saturday, 10/29/20118:30 am - 6:40 pmMicrosoft Waltham, MA  Download Schedule and Session Abstracts: to unblock after you download) Links to slides and other resources from speakers:   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. Follow New England Code Camp #16 on Twitter at #boscc View the Tweet stream on Twitter and To Register as an Attendee See you in the spring!  Do a web search for Code Camp 17 Thanks to our contributors: Breakfast (Wintellect) Lunch (Telerik) Afternoon Snack (Grape City) Other Support (Magenic) Attendee give aways provided by O'Reilly and other listed contributors. Please support our contributors by checking out their products and services using the links above!   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
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