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  • Blog Post: Scenes from Toronto Code Camp 2010

    The fifth annual Toronto Code Camp took place on Saturday at Seneca College's Campus at York University . This was the most ambitious one by far, with the number of sessions increased from 25 to a whopping 40, arranged into 8 tracks. For those of you unfamiliar with Code Camps, they’re software development...
  • Blog Post: Toronto Code Camp: Saturday, May 1st!

    The 5th annual Toronto Code Camp takes place next Saturday, May 1st, in the SEQ building on Seneca College’s York Campus ( Seneca@York ). If you’re a developer who builds or is thinking of building on the .NET platform, you want to catch this free event! Last year’s event had over 350 attendees who caught...
  • Blog Post: Edmonton Code Camp 2009: September 26th!

    Edmonton is holding a Code Camp on September 26th, 2009! It’s going to take place at Grant MacEwan College’s downtown campus. There’s a call for speakers – if you’ve got a topic that you’d like to present, now’s the time to let them know. You can find out more at the Edmonton Code Camp site and the YEGCodeCamp...
  • Blog Post: Ottawa Code Camp: Saturday, May 2nd

    Creative Commons photo by 416style. If you’re in the Ottawa area and want to sharpen your .NET development skills and meet other .NET developers, you’ll want to come to the Ottawa Code Camp taking this place this Saturday at Algonquin College . The Code Camp will feature three tracks, spanning twelve...
  • Blog Post: Toronto Code Camp: Saturday, April 25th

    Whether you’re an old hand at developing for Microsoft’s platforms or completely new to The Ways of The Empire, you’ll find the upcoming Toronto Code Camp to be a great way to get some deep information on .NET development as well as a way to meet some of the most active and engaged members of the local...
  • Blog Post: Colin Bowern - Live From The Toronto Code Camp 2007

    In this final installment, here is an interview with Colin Bowern from Official Community. There were sixteen videos filmed in total and you can view them very shortly from the TorontoCodeCamp.net website. In this segment, Colin is interviewed by Kyle Cowan about his role as a speaker at the Code Camp...
  • Blog Post: Sasha Krsmanovic - Live From The Toronto Code Camp 2007

    Sasha Krsmanovic is the Microsoft MVP lead for Canada. The acronym MVP stands for Most Valuable Professional - they are exceptional technical community leaders from around the world who are awarded for voluntarily sharing their high quality, real world expertise in offline and online technical communities...
  • Blog Post: Chris Dufour - Live From The Toronto Code Camp 2007

    Here is a video taken at the Toronto Code Camp on March 31. Chris Dufour, the camp organizer, explains the challenges around planning a large scale community event for developers: Video: Chris Dufour - Live From The Toronto Code Camp 2007
  • Blog Post: Toronto Code Camp 2007

    This Saturday, over 600+ people will converge to attend the 2nd annual Toronto Code Camp . I'll be delivering the keynote and a session on codename " Windows Presentation Foundation/Everywhere (WPF/E) ". The event is unfortunately full (in terms of attendees) but if you have already signed up, be sure...
  • Blog Post: Chris Dufour on MVPs, Code Camps and Virtual Earth Mashups

    Here is my interview with Chris Dufour ( ASP.NET MVP ), the leader of the East of Toronto .NET User Group . Chris has been really busy in the last year, including organizing the 2007 Toronto Code Camp , sharing his custom DotNetNuke Code Camp Event module on Codeplex , and creating a Virtual Earth mashup...
  • Blog Post: Code Camp DotNetNuke Module Available on Codeplex

    Chris Dufour, one of our user group leaders for the East of Toronto .NET User Group , has shared with everyone one of the modules he has built for the Toronto Code Camp. The module was written in VB .NET 1.1 and targets DotNetNuke 3.x and above. It also works with DotNetNuke version 4. If you are...
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