Scott Hanselman

Portland Code Camp 2006 contracts and expands

July 18, '06 Comments [6] Posted in PowerShell | ASP.NET | Ruby | Speaking | Subversion | Web Services | Gaming
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CodeCamp has contracted to a single day, Saturday July 22nd, which should work nicely for folks who thought about going but didn't want to give up their weekend. However, the agenda is almost baked and it's looking amazing.

We've also got TWO Xbox 360s to give away. Two.

Additionally, in the evening at 5pm, there's a big BBQ Dinner and Party featuring the live music of rock/punk/funk/nerd band Mars Retrieval Unit. There's also a Frisbee Golf course! How could you NOT register for CodeCamp today

Check out this list of luminous folks from the NW who are speaking at CodeCamp this weekend! Register for FREE here.

CodeCamp 2006 Final Agenda

8:00am to 8:30am Registration
8:40am to 9:00am Opening Session
9:15am to 10:30am ASP.NET Architecture: Core ASP.NET
Rick Strahl
All
The .NET Compact Framework - An Introduction
Rory Blyth
Intermediate
Introduction to Ruby on Rails
Lucas Carlson
All
Mono for Cross-Platform .NET Development
Patrick Reilly
Beginner
.NET Refactoring
Wayne Allen
Intermediate
Automated Regression Hunts
Janis Johnson
All
Introducing Windows Workflow Foundation
Paul Mehner
Intermediate
PowerShell - A New Shell for a New Century
Scott Hanselman
All
10:45am to 12:15pm Using AJAX with ASP.NET
Ben Strackany
Intermediate
Diving Deeper: Windows Mobile and Data Access
Rory Blyth
Intermediate
An Exercise in Meta-Programming with Rails
Lucas Carlson
Intermediate
.NET Coding Standards & Best Practices
David McCarter
All
Web Testing with Team System
Jeff Levinson
All
End to End Automated Build Process
William Howell
Intermediate
Windows Workflow Foundation: Building Workflows
Manoj Agarwal
Intermediate
Web Service Software Factory Unleashed!
Chris Tavares
All
12:15pm to 1:15pm Lunch (provided)
1:15pm to 2:30pm Dealing with Long Running Requests in ASP.NET
Rick Strahl
All
Distributed File Sys via Steganography in VB.NET
Howard Hoy
Intermediate
IronRuby
Wilco Bauwer
Advanced
Adding a Plugin to Eclipse: Windows and Linux
Ted Kubaska
Beginner
Test Driven Development with Team System
Jeff Levinson
All
Better Requirements Definition with Use Cases
Ashu Potnis
All
XSLT You Can Use
Stuart Celarier
Beginner
Amazon's Simple Storage Service
Mike Culver
Intermediate
2:45pm to 4:00pm Using Cross-Domain AJAX Today
Lucas Carlson
Intermediate
Poker Bots for Fun and Profit!
Jeff Berkowitz
All
Unlock the Power of the WMI!
David McCarter
All
Practical Tips for the ASP.NET Developer
Walt Ritscher
Intermediate
Understanding Subversion
Stuart Celarier
Beginner
Dependency Injections for Healthier Unit Tests
Malcolm Anderson
Beginner
An Introduction to WCF for the Complete Beginner
Rory Blyth
Intermediate
Build an InfoPath/Web Services Solution
Don Shults
Intermediate
4:15pm to 5:30pm Taking ATLAS for a Ride
Rick Strahl
All
Game Maker for Kids (or just the kid in you)
Chris Brooks
Beginner
Atom, HTTP, and XMPP
Patrick Logan
Intermediate
Creating SQL Server Database Objects in .NET
Rob Boek
All
Team Edition for Database Professionals
Jeff Levinson
All
CodePlex - Online Open Source Development
Jonathan Wanagel
All
DotNetNuke Explored
Kelly White
Intermediate
Tell me your Distributed App Cares and Woes
Chris Sells
All
5:30pm to 9:30pm Barbeque Dinner and Camp Fiesta
live music - prizes, giveaways, and contests - folf tournament - lawn sports

 

About Scott

Scott Hanselman is a former professor, former Chief Architect in finance, now speaker, consultant, father, diabetic, and Microsoft employee. He is a failed stand-up comic, a cornrower, and a book author.

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Tuesday, 18 July 2006 19:16:15 UTC
You would think they could have gotten a good speaker to handle the PowerShell session. ;) Well sometimes I guess you just have to make do.
Tuesday, 18 July 2006 20:06:29 UTC
Wow. What a lineup. Wish I could make it.

Ted Jardine
Tuesday, 18 July 2006 21:00:32 UTC
Is any of it going to be archived?
Tuesday, 18 July 2006 22:22:52 UTC
yeh, what Ted says:

>Wow. What a lineup. Wish I could make it.
Wednesday, 19 July 2006 05:10:11 UTC
David - I'll see if we can Camtasia them.
Scott Hanselman
Friday, 21 July 2006 15:57:16 UTC
Looking at the web site, just checking here, but the even IS going to be at WSU correct? Anyone know which building wherever it will be?
Brad Patterson
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