Philly .NET Code Camp 2008.3 – Registration Is Now Open

By | September 18, 2008

 

You can now register for Philly .NET Code Camp 2008.3 which will be held Saturday, October 11, 2008. Get all the details and register here.

I will be there, presenting a beginner session on TDD as part of the ALT.NET track. It looks like I’ve got some solid competition in my time slot, including the likes of Rachel Appel, Steve Andrews and Travis Laborde. We’ll see if the rookie can fill the seats with eager developers while seasoned vets like that are vying for them. I will need to come up with some great prizes or something. See you there!

 

Here is the tentative agenda, room assignments and times are subject to change:

8:00 Registration, continental breakfast

Alt.NET – 141

8:30 Brian Donahue – Fundamentals: Inversion of Control and Dependency Injection
10:00 Alvin Ashcraft – Getting started with Test Driven Development
12:30 Erik Peterson – TDD w/Webforms
2:00 JP Toto – What does an ALT.NET Project Look Like
3:30 Steve Eichert – IronRuby: Ruby Love on the .NET Framework

Architecture – 104

8:30 Mitch Ruebush – Patterns for Building Rich Internet Applications
10:00 Jon Graves – Building Maintainable WPF Apps
12:30 Jason Ipock – Beginning Architectural Patterns: Overview and Application
2:00 Edwin Ames – Understanding DotNet Coding to Design Systems
3:30 Sam Gentile – REST programming with WCF 3.5
3:30 Max Zilberman – Using Software plus Services

Business Intelligence – 109

8:30 Kevin Goff – Using MDX with SQL Server Reporting Services and PerformancePoint Server 2007
10:00 Joe Toscano – SQL 2005 Data Mining
12:30 Melissa Demcsak – SQL Server 2005 Integration Services: A Beginner’s Primer on Loading Data Marts
2:00 Dan Hartshorn – PerformancePoint Monitoring and Analytics Deep Dive

MIX – 111

8:30 Jim Bonnie – Boldly going where some DNN modules have gone before
10:00 Rachel Appel – Creating Responsive UI’s with ASP.NET AJAX
12:30 Tony Lombardo – Introduction to the WebDataGrid
2:00 Bill Wolff – Building Silverlight 2.0 Applications
3:30 Jess Chadwick – Building Rich Web Interfaces with ASP.NET MVC and JavaScript
2:00 Todd F. Snyder – Distributed Silverlight development (WCF, JSON, Etc…)
3:30 Kevin Hazzard – Stupid Python Tricks

Framework – 105

10:00 Steve Andrews – TBD
10:00 John Baird – Beginning Compact Framework Development
12:30 Andy Schwam – LINQ to Success
2:00 Jason Gaylord – Talk: MVC from Start to Blog
3:30 Chris Rolon – LINQ to Entities

SharePoint – 113

8:30 David Mann – SharePoint 101 – Getting Started on the right foot with SharePoint development
10:00 Tony Testa – SharePoint Search
12:30 Bob Fox – Server Farm Topologies
2:00 Michael Mukalian – SharePoint Features and Solutions
3:30 Panel – Ask the Experts panel discussion

SQL Database – 108

8:30 Sharon Dooley – New SQL Server 2008 DBA Toys: Part 2
10:00 Barry Young – The Top Ten Reasons You Aren’t Already Using Service Broker
12:30 David Penton – Increasing Developer Productivity With SQL Server
2:00 Hilary Cotter – SQL Server Performance Tuning
3:30 Joshua Lynn – Practical XML for SQL Server

Toolbox – 106

8:30 Ben Greenberg – Building Deployment Packages with WiX
10:00 Travis Laborde – TBD
10:00 Jason Meckley – Intro to the Rhino Tools stack
12:30 Steve Presley – Offline Mobile social apps
2:00 Jonathan Newell – Amazon S3/ASP.NET/URL writing
3:30 Derek R. Flickinger + Ray Gabriel – Windows Media Center development

Enterprise Management

8:30 Sathish TK – Building and Maintaining a High Availability Infrastructure
10:00 Doug Henry – System Center Configuration Manager
12:30 Conor Wentz – System Center Operations Manager
2:00 Jim Garrity – Implementing Microsoft Hyper-V with Virtual Machine Manager
3:30 Jim Garrity – Implementing VMware ESX Server with Virtual Center

IT Infrastructure

8:30 Paul Begley – Exchange 2007
10:00 Rob Keiser – Hyper-V and SCVMM
12:30 Laura Hunter – Active Directory
2:00 Tim Wilson – Office Communication Server 2007
3:30 Terry Yarnall – SharePoint 2007

11:30 Social networking in the break room, Primo hoagies, drinks and snacks

5:00 evals, lots of raffle prizes

 

 

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