Speaking at Orlando Code Camp on March 26, 2011

I’ll be speaking at the upcoming Orlando Code Camp on March 26, 2011, at Seminole State College in Lake Mary. I’ve included a copy of the schedule, a truly awesome array of topics and talent! Jack Corbett & I will also be doing our bit to raise awareness about SQLRally by handing out flyers and getting a slide or two in the opening address. If you’re in the area it’s an event well worth attending, good to see what’s going on in the development side of IT.



· Alexander Koval: Introduction to Azure AppFabric

· Jason Milgram: Building Causal Games on Azure

· Mike Potts: Continuous Deployment on Azure

· Richard Dudley: Is Azure Right For My Applications?

· Robert McLaws: Real World Windows Azure Migrations

· Tim Butts: Using Lucene.net on Azure


· Adam Jorgensen: Zero to Analytics-SharePoint Business Intelligence

· Colin Blakey: Do It Yourself Microsoft Office

· Marshall Harrison: Provisioning Lync Server 2010 using PowerShell

· Michael Antonovich: Using External Data in SharePoint and Microsoft Office Without Code

· Raleigh Johnson: Configuring Forms Authentication is SharePoint 2010

· Ryan Morgan: Client Object Model Data Access for Silverlight on SharePoint 2010

Day of DNN

Navin Nagiah: Day of DotNetNuke Keynote

Day of DNN: DNN Development

· Brad Schafer: Extreme DNN Development Techinques

· Joe Brinkman: To the Cloud: DotNetNuke and Windows Azure

· Mitchel Sellers: DotNetNuke Development: Leveraging the Core

· Mitchel Sellers: DotNetNuke Performance: Diagnosing Problems

· Nick Christy: DNN in a Web Farm

Day of DNN: Launch DNN

· Gifford Watkins: Take This Job And Shove It: How to start a DNN company

· Launch DNN Ralph Williams: Skinning 201 – Skinning DotNetNuke with Style

· Tom Kraak: Intro to DNN SEO

· Tony Valenti: How to Build a Basic Website with DotNetNuke

· Will Morgenweck: Building Social Communities with DotNetNuke


· Jason Rainwater: Asynchronous Programming, Then and Now

· Keith Elder: Back to the Basics: What is .Net?

· Ryan Parsley: Modern Web Concepts

· Scott Dorman: Memory Management Fundamentals – Garbage Collection Deep Dive

· Tony Valenti: Advanced ASP.NET Debugging and Troubleshooting

· Woody Pewitt: The Basics of Developing for the Web for Windows Developers


· Kevin Halverson: Asynchronous Programming in Visual Basic and C#

· Prakash Balasubramanian: C# 4.0 Overview

· Seth Juarez: Functional C#

· Spotty Bowles: Visual Basic Language Features in 2010

· Zachary Gramana: Using C# as a Scripting Language


· Eugene Chuvyrov: Introduction to Reactive Extensions (Rx.NET) for Windows Phone 7 and the .NET Framework

· Jay Hill: Applied Object-Oriented Design Principles

· Jay Hill: Fluent Interfaces in C# & VB: What, Why & How

· Page Horton: Decoupled UI

· Page Horton: The Flexible Distributed Business Layer

· Scott Klueppel: .NET Parallel Programming Patterns


· John Wang: Intro to Open Data Protocol (OData)

· Keith Elder: Demystyfying Windows Communication Foundation 4.0

· Patrick Rourke: Configurable Apps with the .NET 4 Workflow Foundation

· Robert McLaws: Liberating Corporate Data with Entity Framework 4 and OData

· Stan Schultes: RAD Development in VS2010 using EF4 with WCF Data Services and SL4

· Cornelius Kruger: Using Silverlight with Prism 4 to build Enterprise MVVM Applications


· Greg Leonardo: Dynamic Prototyping

· Greg Leonardo: Silverlight LOB

· John Mcfetridge: Silverlight for Line of Business ..Case study

· John Papa: Silverlight Futures

· Michael Knopf: Connecting the Dots: how to build a real-world Silverlight app

SQL Server

· Adam Jorgensen: Zero to Cube – Introduction to Analysis Services

· Andy Warren: Introduction to SQL Server Statistics

· Jack Corbett: Introduction to SQL Server Profiler

· Michael Stark: SQL 2008 geo data on a Window Phone 7 Bing Map

· Plamen Ratchev: Zen and the Art of Writing SQL Query

· Walter Williams: Using SQL Server Compact Edition in a .NET application

Visual Studio & ALM

· Esteban Garcia: Continous Integration with TFS 2010

· Jyoti Chawla: Application Lifecycle Management using Visual Studio 2010

· Oleg Sych: Code Generation with T4 and Visual Studio 2010

· Sayed Hashimi: Visual Studio 2010 SP1: What’s new for Web Developers

· Sayed Hashimi: Web Deploy: Seriously You’re Still not Using This?

· Sean Laberee: Microsoft Visual Studio IDE Tips and Tricks


· Ivan Farkas: Unified Web and Mobile Web Applications with ASP.NET MVC 3 and jQuery Mobile

· Ken Tucker: Intro to MVC 3

· Nathan Totten: Introduction to Facebook Development

· Oleg Sych: Introduction to ASP.NET Dynamic Data

· RASESH SHAH: Enabling Payments on your WebMatrix Powered eCommrce Sites

· Sam Abraham: NuGet, Microsoft ASP.Net MVC 3 and WebMatrix

Design & Animation

· Chris G. Williams: Making Games for Windows Phone 7 with XNA 4.0

· Diane Leeper: Animating in Blend: It’s ALIVE

· Diane Leeper: Design for Developers: Bad Design Kills Good Projects

· Henry Lee: Windows Phone 7 Animation

· Konrad Neumann: Being a Designer in a Developer’s World

· Nikita Polyakov: Rapid Prototyping with SketchFlow in Expression Blend


· Henry Lee: Learn to Use Accelerometer and Location Service (GPS) in Windows Phone Application

· Joe Healy: Consuming Services in Windows Phone 7

· Kevin Wolf: Work From Anywhere = WFA (Part 1)

· Kevin Wolf: Work From Anywhere = WFA (Part 2)

· Nikita Polyakov: WP7 Marketplace Place and Monetization

· Russell Fustino: Making (More) Money with Phone 7

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