Austin Code Camp

When: September 10, 2011

Where: St. Edward's Professional Educational Center, Austin TX

The Austin .Net User Group is proud to sponsor it's fifth Annual Code Camp

This is one day FREE conference For The Community, By the community.

The Conference is on September 10, 2011 at St Edward's Professional Education Center from 8 am to 5 pm. Click the link on the Location Tab for additional information about St Edward's.

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Sponsors will be in room 107, Breakfast and Signin from 8 - 8:30am, Lunch from 11:30am - 12:30pm and Prizes and Drink from 4:30pm - 5:30pm
8:30 to 9:30 From Delegates, To Lamdas and Expression Trees: Your Guide to Writing Elegant Code in C#.NET 4.0
Chander Dhall
Introduction to MongoDB
Chris Edwards
Crafting Wicked Domain Models
Jimmy Bogard
Ryan Vice
Event Sourcing: How To
Thomas La Zelle
9:30 to 10:30 ASP.NET MVC filters: the good, the bad and the ugly
Juan CastaƱeda
MongoDB Linq Provider
Joshua Peterson
EntityFramework 360: Getting Started
Rob Vettor
TDD Caveat - How not to follow Test Driven Development
Mahendra Mavani
Coffee Script
John Teague
10:30 to 11:30 Must-Know Design Patterns
Rob Vettor
The .NET Ninja Toolbelt
Latish Sehgal
Developing for Business Intelligence
Jeffrey Palermo
OOP in Javascript using MooTools instead of Jquery
Darryl Parker
Things I Wish I Knew A Year Ago - Windows Phone Development
Scott Peterson
12:30 to 1:30 Habla ASP.NET MVC? Internationalization with MVC
Juan CastaƱeda
Seven Soft Skills for Super Sexy Salaries
Charles Strahan
EntityFramework 4.1: CodeOnly
Rob Vettor
Object Oriented Programming 2.5
John Teague
Conjunction junction, what's your function? (Javascript)
Ryan Rauh
The Anatomy of a jQuery Plugin
Justin Pope
1:30 to 2:30 Padawan to Jedi - Developer Jump-Start (Parts 1)
Chris Edwards
Accelerate Your Productivity with VS 2010
Rob Vettor
Making Stuff with JavaScript
Daniel Parker
Unit Tests as Assets
Ryan Vice
A Lap around Orchard: The Open Source Free Content Management System from Microsoft
Shawn Weisfeld
Event Driven Architecture
John Teague
2:30 to 3:30 Padawan to Jedi - Developer Jump-Start (Parts 2)
Chris Edwards
A quick tour of Linux
Louis Salin
Introductory JQuery
Kassandra Perch
In-proc CQRS - First Step Towards Distributed/Event Driven Architecture
Mahendra Mavani
Practical SQL Server Performance Monitoring & Optimization
Anil Desai
Getting Started with XNA Game Studio
Tim Thomas
3:30 to 4:30 Let's create a programming language!
Charles Strahan
.NET Deployment Made Easy with AppHarbor
Tim Thomas
A Look at Micro ORMS
John Teague
Keeping Integration Sane with NserviceBus
Jimmy Bogard
SQL Server Reporting Services: Develop & Deploy Reports
Anil Desai
Creating Windows installers with the WiX toolset
Nolan Egly


St. Edward's, our facility, has negotiated special rates for users. Go here and scroll to the bottom. Each of the links there will take you to a reservation page with the pre-set discount code.

Please note that the Holiday Inn is the closest and within walking distance.

Our Sponsors