Vermont Code Camp

Time for some non-Irene news: The Vermont Code Camp is coming up soon, and a schedule has been released for the event:

Room 1: .NET
Cloud Architecture Patterns for Mere Mortals with Examples in Windows Azure (Bill Wilder) 9:00am-10:00am
How do you design applications for the cloud so that they will be scalable and reliable? In this talk, we will explain several architectural patterns which are popular for cloud computing: we will look at the need for the patterns generally, then look concretely at how you might realize them using capabilities of the Windows Azure Platform. CQRS, NoSQL, Sharding, and a few smaller patterns will be considered.

Silverlight Performance (Dennis Perlot) 10:15am-11:15am
Understand Silverlight performance, how to measure it, what affects it and how to make you app sing!
What’s New in WP 7.1 Silverlight Development (John Garland) 11:30am-12:30pm

The new Windows Phone 7.1 platform, codenamed “Mango”, features were unveiled this past April, and the developer tools were released in May. With over 500 new features included in this release, there is a tremendous amount of new functionality for developers. This presentation will review many of these new features and show how they can be used to build the next generation of Windows Phone applications.
ASP.NET MVC 3 for Web Developers (Maxime Rouiller) 1:30pm-2:30pm

So you are still doing WebForm and you don’t have the time to investigate MVC? Maybe your boss is pushing you to learn it? There’s no better way to learn how ASP.NET MVC 3 works than building a real-world application. We’ll cover everything you need to learn to build applications like Security, Forms, Routing, Localization and more.
MVC 3 Extensibility (Al Ramirez) 2:45pm-3:45pm

This presentation will cover the latest developments and paradigm shifts in ASP.NET MVC 3. Intended for those with a basic familiarity of MVC web development, the session will cover high level concepts and then apply them in a small website demo. The topics will range from basic system requirements, NuGet package manager, Razor view engine, Entity Framework code first approach, and more!
Getting High on MEF (Matt Van Horn) 4:15pm-5:15pm

Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) is one of the coolest things around for people that are writing extensible and modular applications. I will be showing off some of the goodies that you can do with MEF. I will be showing how to use it to compose both front end as well as backend systems. If you are considering going down the MEF path for your next or current application stop by all questions will be answered! Beginners welcome!

See the full list of activities and talks here.

One thought on “Vermont Code Camp

  1. Hey! You left off the best abstract — mine! (hehe)

    I’ll be talking about using Sass to manage your CSS development workflow. There are lots of other great talks lined up, too!

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