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Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Philly Dot Net Code Camp 2007-2 Sept 15

A great time was had by all we learned and laughed!

Day 2 of our third annual Code Camp series will be held at the Microsoft Greater PA Office in Malvern, PA on Saturday, September 15 from 8:30-4:30. We are officially sold out!
  • Lots of code, just say no to slides!
  • 8 hours
  • 25 sessions (8:30, 10:00, 11:30/12:00, 1:30, 3:00)
  • 5 tracks
  • 200 seats with tables (laptops welcome)
  • Free breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snack (expanded menu!)
  • Raffles and prizes at 4:40
  • Easy parking
  • Limited wireless
All of this is made possible by our Gold contributors (Infragistics, SourceGear, Neudesic) and our site sponsor (Microsoft).

Here is the final agenda, room assignment by letter [A, B, C, D, E], room maps posted on walls:

8:00 Registration, continental breakfast


[A] Marc Ziss - Using Subsonic to Build a Data Access Layer
[B] Tony Lombardo - Advanced Tips for ASP.NET Developers
[C] Miguel Castro - Sexy Extensibility Patterns
[D] Sharon Dooley - SQL Server 2005 sp2
[E] Russ Basiura - Creating Custom Applications Using Excel Services

[A] Chris Love - Practical Uses of httpModules and httpHandlers
[B] Andy Schwam - Web Controls for ASP.NET
[C] David Mann - ASP.NET Providers in SharePoint 2007
[D] Edward Pochinski - Scripting WMI and WQL
[E] Mitch Ruebush - Java and .NET Interop

11:30 first lunch

[A] Travis LaBorde - Cuyahoga ASP.NET Framework
[B] Steve Andrews - Intro to Team Systems and Foundation Server

[C] Don Demsak - VB9 + XML, Cooler than C#
[D] John Baird - Mobil Application Development
[E] Dan Hartshorn - Performance Point

1:00 second lunch

[A] Sam Gentile - Service-Oriented Architecture, WCF and ESB
[B] Tony Testa - Microsoft AJAX
[C] Kevin Goff - Business Intelligence with .NET
[D] Sagi Shkedy - .NET Code in SQL Server 2005 CLR
[E] Mark Magliocco - Building Mashups

[A] Miguel Castro - Recruiters: the Good, the Bad, & the Ugly
[B] Scott Ocamb - Test Driven Development/Automated Build Lab (.NET)
[C] Bill Wolff - XAML, WPF, Acropolis, and Silverlight
[D] Jim Bonnie - Dotnetnuke, Alive and Well
[E] Rob Keiser - Filter Web Parts in SharePoint 2007

4:30 evals, lots of raffle prizes


Photo courtesy Steve Andrews

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