The 24 Talks of Vermont Code Camp
Saturday Sept. 10th, Burlington Vermont
Once again, we have a fabulous array of talks with many technologies covered. We’ll be building the actual schedule in the next week.
In alphabetical order……….
Chris Bowen HTML5 – A Practical First Look
Rene Churchill A Holistic view of Website Performance
Christian Cote SSIS Whats new in SQL Server Denali?
Rob Friesel CSS Wrangling with SASS
John Garland What’s New in Windows Phone 7.1 Silverlight Development
Vincent Grondin Mocking and mocking frameworks
David Howell Tackling Big Data with Hadoop
Everett McKay Effective Prototyping: A developer’s guide to better design through prototyping
Dane Morgridge Testable Entity Framework
Dane Morgridge jQuery & CoffeeScript: Let The Awesomeness Begin
Jim O’Neil Sampling from the Cloud Computing Smorgasbord
Dennis Perlot Silverlight Performance
Jonathan Phillips Functional Programming on the JVM
Al Ramirez What’s New In ASP.NET MVC3
Maxime Rouiller ASP.NET MVC 3 for Web Developers
Josh Sled Dependency Injection
Josh Sled Emacs: Everday, Everyway
Eric Smith What is functional programming?
Kevin Thorley FOSS in the Enterprise
Etienne Tremblay Let’s talk Virtualization
Matt Van Horn Getting High on MEF
Bill Wilder Applying Architecture Patterns for Scalability and Reliability to the Windows Azure Cloud Platform
John Zablocki .NET and NoSQL: Relaxing with CouchDB
Bonus Parlor Chat Session:
Matt Van Horn : Software Consulting
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6 thoughts on “Sessions for Vermont Code Camp III”
Looking forward to presenting for the first time in VT!
I always enjoy the ambiance and session quality of VT Code Camp. I’ll be there for the third time and l will surely enjoy it again!
Hey Julie, is this info going to make it over to the schedule page on vtcodecamp.org? Only asking because I’ve been checking that page for a few days before I eventually found this post via a tweet. 😉
@Forest: Absolutely! But probably not until we have the schedule built. We’re working on it. Also follow @vtcodecamp on twitter. That will let you know when it’s online.
Ah, missed your tweet pointing to this page. Thanks!
I always enjoy the ambiance and session quality of VT Code Camp.