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Code Camp 7 - The Schedule!

Code Camp 7 - The Schedule!

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We've got an amazing weekend planned for Code Camp 7 - "Deer in Headlights!"  We're now near 400 registered attendees and, thanks to our volunteer speakers, have 42 sessions on a great variety of topics from .NET Framework 3.0 to SharePoint to Robotics!

The Camp will be this Saturday (3/31) and Sunday (4/1) at the Microsoft offices at 201 Jones Road, Waltham, MA on the 6th floor.  Registration starts at 8:30 both days, with sessions starting at 9:00.

The full schedule is below. 

Come and network with fellow technologists, learn a thing or two, grab some pizza, and pick up some swag along the way (thanks to our contributors, Dundas Software, CoDe Magazineasp.netPRO Magazine, and Cizer Software.)

Also a special thanks to Jason Haley for conducting a volunteer campaign to provide funds for (better) coffee and... doughnuts for Saturday morning while raising awareness of user group activities.

Don't forget there's also the traditional Saturday evening social gathering after day 1 of Camp over at the Waltham Westin's lobby bar.  So after the sessions end, grab a little dinner then head over there to unwind and enjoy some good company.

Hope to see you there!
-Chris

P.S.  Speakers - We've blocked off the Providence Room for use by speakers (only) as a green/ready room for your talks.

Day 1: March 31st

MPR A

MPR B

MPR C

Executive Briefing Center

Rhode Island Room

8:30-9:00

Registration/Welcome (Coffee/Tea in Kitchen)

9:00-10:30 How to Perform a Secure Code Review - Robert Hurlbut ASP.NET and LINQ to SQL - Julie Lerman Intro to Windows SharePoint Services with Overview of New Features - Robert Holmes Introduction to SQL Server Data Mining - Phil Denoncourt Windows Mobile Development with Visual Studio 2005 - Judy Carten
10:30-10:45

Break

10:45 – 12:15 AJAX Will Protect Us from Meteors - Dan Krhla WPF and CAB – A marriage made in heaven - Mark Mullin Protecting Data with SQL Server 2005 - Robert Hurlbut Building Business Applications with Community Server - Dave Burke
12:15 -1:15

Lunch (Kitchen)

1:15 – 2:45 Sleight of Hand with ASP.Net 2.0. Now you see it, now you don't. - Bob Goodearl Introduction to Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) - Chris Bowen "Can we build it? Yes We Can!": An Introduction to MSBuild - Steven St Jean   Chalk Talk: Exploring the Entity Data Model in the new ADO.NET Entity Framework - Julie Lerman
2:45 – 3:00

Break

3:00 – 4:30 Disassembling .Net - Jason Haley Application Lifecycle Management with Visual Studio Team System - Todd Mancini User-Defined Functions in SQL Server 2005 - Andy Novick Windows Mobile Application Performance Best Practices - Don Sorcinelli
4:30 – 4:45

Break

4:45 – 6:15 Reflector and Friends: An overview of Lutz Roeder's .Net Reflector and its add-ins - Jason Haley ADO.NET Orcas Overview - Julie Lerman Microsoft Office Groove 2007 - William Aboujaoude Leveraging Speech in .NET Applications and Windows Vista - Don Sorcinelli Concurrency and Coordination Runtime (CCR): No More Asynchronous Spaghetti. An Introduction. - Igor Moochnick
6:15

End of Day 1

Day 2: April 1st

MPR A

MPR B

MPR C

Executive Briefing Center

Rhode Island Room

8:30-9:00

Registration/Welcome (Coffee/Tea in Kitchen)

9:00-10:30 Best Practices for Programming WCF - Richard Hale Shaw

Workflow and the SharePoint Platform - Use them to your advantage! - Max Weber

Lifting Up the Covers on a Live ASP.Net 2.0 Web Site - Rob Daigneau Generics - Robert Hope Introduction to Commerce Starter Kit 2.0 - Nabil Benchekroun
10:30-10:45

Break

10:45 – 12:15 Best Practices for Designing/Modeling with Generics - Richard Hale Shaw Windows Cardspace and the Identity Metasystem - Bob Familiar Extending WCF With Behaviors - Rob Daigneau Reflection in .NET - Robert Hope SharePoint Content Types, Features and Web Parts - Robert Holmes
12:15 -1:15

Lunch (Kitchen)

1:15 – 2:45 Understanding C# 3.0 Queries: it’s all Ienumerable<T>, baby. - Richard Hale Shaw Introduction to Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) - Chris Bowen Developing Features and Solutions in Office SharePoint Server 2007 - Brian Berry  Developing (Scalable) Enterprise Applications In C#/.NET With Frameworks - Desmond Nolan Custom SharePoint Development - Robert Holmes
2:45 – 3:00

Break

3:00 – 4:30 Windows Communication Foundation with Windows Workflow - Mark Mullin XAML and Windows Presentation Foundation - Bob Familiar Design Patterns for SOA - Rob Daigneau Advanced SharePoint Development with Examples - Robert Holmes
4:30

End of Camp - Thanks for Attending!

 

Schedule Changes:

[On 3/29] Moved "Building SharePoint 2007-based Workflow Solutions with Visual Studio 2005" from Saturday to Sunday at 3:00.

[On 3/30] Swapped "Introduction to Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)", formerly on Sunday at 9:00 with "Workflow and the SharePoint Platform - Use them to your Advantage!", formerly on Saturday at 1:15.

[On 4/1]  Canceled "Building SharePoint 2007-Based Workflow Solutions with Visual Studio 2005"

  • While considering the schedule for this weekend's Code Camp 7 , it occurred to me that Bob is going to

  • The New England . NET developer community always awaits eagerly for the Code Camps held at the Microsoft

  • thanks Chris! Looking forward to it..

  • should we bring our laptops?

  • A really great event! I thorougly enjoyed the event and realize how little I know. Thanks ever so much.

  • This was a great New England Code Camp! Chris Bowen pulled off his first Code Camp with flawless execution.

  • This was a great New England Code Camp! Chris Bowen pulled off his first Code Camp with flawless execution.

  • We've got an amazing weekend planned for Code Camp 7 - &quot;Deer in Headlights!&quot; We're now near 400 registered attendees and, thanks to our volunteer speakers, have 42 sessions on a great variety of topics from .NET Framework 3.0 to SharePoint to

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