Fairfield/Westchester 2nd Annual Code Camp
November 08, 2008 08:00 AM-06:00 PM Eastern
Registration is closed for this event
Event Details (Event Code:132314)
The continuing goal of the Code Camps series is to provide an intensive developer-to-developer learning experience that is fun and technically stimulating. The primary focus is on delivering programming information and sample code that can be put to practical use. The event is free.
This is an event by the developer community, for the developer community. The content is original and developed by you. Let's work together to make this event a success.
The call for speakers is now open! (Registration will open in a couple of weeks.) Please submit your ideas for sessions. The topic does not have to be completely .NET specific. Although we may primarily use .NET tools, we're often using other tools these days when they make sense for the job. Here are some suggestions:
SQL Server 2008
Visual Studio 2008
Windows Communication Foundation
Windows Presentation Foundation
Windows Workflow Foundation
Web Services & REST Frameworks
Benefits of Virtualization for Developers
SOA, and What it Really Means
Open Source Tools for .NET Developers
Creating Usable Software
Domain Specific Languages
Dynamic Languages & the DLR
JSON vs. XML
Don't forget, this is for developers. We're looking for examples, code, experiences, tips & tricks, sample projects, etc. Less PowerPoint, and more code, examples, and discussion.
If you are interested in speaking at the Code Camp, please e-mail the information listed below, to:
Speakers AT FWCodeCamp.net
Level (basic, intermediate, advanced)
Based on the outstanding response we received last year, we anticipate (we hope) more speakers then we have slots for, and there are a lot of great speakers and topics. Please don't be discouraged if we don't select your proposed session(s). We'll be choosing topics based upon community interest and flow. It may even be possible that we decide your session would be better off in a dedicated user group meeting, instead.
The session lengths will be a bit longer than last year's hour-long sessions. That was the number one criticism last year -- the sessions ended too quickly. We plan on three tracks, with each session lasting 1:15. So instead of the three tracks of 7 sessions we had last year, we're probably looking at three tracks of 6 sessions, totaling 18 sessions. It'll probably run from 8:00 AM until 6:00 PM.
Once your outline is received, we will review, choose, and provide scheduling for the selected sessions.
C-Level, Developers, Developers, IT Professionals, IT Professionals, Technical Decision Makers, Technical Decision Makers
When and Where
Saturday, 08 November 2008 08:00 AM -
06:00 PM Eastern
UCONN at Stamford
1 University Place
Stamford, Connecticut 06901
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