Code Camp 6 (Boston) Schedule is up – NOTE SATURDAY ONLY!

The schedule for this weekend’s Code Camp in Waltham, Mass is live. This Code Camp will be packing all of the sessions into one day – Saturday, rather than spread out over two.

If you haven’t registered to attend yet, you can register here.

I’ll be doing three talks throughout the day:

9am: Managing and Deploying ASP.NET 2.0 Website: This talk is aimed at sorting out all of the options for creating, compiling and deploying ASP.NET 2.0 websites along with tips for making the best choices.

1:15 pm: Persisting Ink on the Web. If you are interested in creating ASP.NET Web apps with ink capabilities for Tablet PC users, this session offers a slew of information about what to do with the ink once it’s collected. Handling ink in a website is very different than working with it in a windows application. This session will deal with things like how to deal with postbacks, sending the ink to another web page, storing ink into a database and retriving it and getting ink to and from web services and more.

4:45 pm: Handling Big Data in ADO.NET 2.0: Most demos and samples for ADO.NET deal with small amounts of data and simplistic functions. This session will take a look at how to design and code your data layer for dealing with real-world, high-end, data-intensive applications. We’ll look at some advanced patterns for handling more sophisticated scenarios such as updating huge amounts of data, leveraging middle-tier caching for heavy traffic Web sites, and an inmemory query processor that the ADO.NET team has built that we can use today. Much of what will be shown will leverage features of ADO.NET 2.0 as well as some of the performance improvements that have been made to the internals.

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