Updated on12/19.  Infragistics has joined us as a Gold Partner

 

Wow, Code Camp 2008.1 is coming up fast.  It seems like we move from planning one Code Camp right into planning the next one.  We are busy lining up sponsors and speakers and I can report that both efforts are going very well.

First, a sponsors update.  Scroll down if you want to see the sessions that are planned.

We now have several levels of sponsorship.  Companies can contribute money to Philly.Net so we can pay for the expenses of running a Code Camp.  In addition, companies provide prizes and swag, and everyone likes that! Of course, this list is changing all the time.   All of these companies have been very generous in their support of Philly.Net.  If you get some time, check out their web sites/products. 

Announcement: The official email hasn’t gone out yet but I’ll let the cat out of the bag… Code Camp registration is now open on the Philly.Net site!

Platinum Partners:

DeVry Microsoft
Thanks to DeVry in Fort Washington, PA.  They’ll be hosting our Code Camp. We can always count on Microsoft’s support throughout the year.

Gold Partners:

ComponentOne Infragistics_1 neudesic rda Redgate

Silver Partners:

Spherion SteelBlue

Other Partners:

Solid Quality Mentors

Other companies have pitched in to provide prizes for Code Camp.  Here’s a list of who’s signed up to help, so far:

ComponentArt

Dundas

AddisonWesley/Sams

SQL Server Magazine

Wrox

Presentations:

We all come to Code Camp for the presentations.  Here is a list of some of the presentations that you’ll get at Code Camp. This list is NOT complete and is subject to change, of course.   Keep an eye on the Code Camp site for the latest information.

    Alt.NET
    Brian Donahue – Panel Discussion
    David Laribee – Fundamental Domain-Driven Design
    Jeremy Jarrell – Decoupling Your Design – Dependency Injection with Windsor
    Jeff Deville – ASP.NET MVC – A New Way To Build Web Apps 
    Steve Eichert – Behavior Driven Development In Action:  The Evolution of TDD
    Don Demsak – Design Patterns

    Architecture
    Mitch Ruebush –
    Harish Bidad – BizTalk R2 BAM
    Chip Lemmon – Entry Level Event Models
    Tim Dodd – IIS 7
    Sam Gentile – ESB/SOA

    Business Intelligence
    Dan Clark – Integrating SQL Server Reporting Service Reports in .NET Applications
    Dan Hartshorn – Performance Point
    Mark Scott –
    Andy Leonard –

    User Experience
    Andy Schwam – ASP.NET Custom Controls
    Jonathan Newell – Databinding ASP.NET
    Bill Wolff – Silverlight 2.0 with Expression and Visual Studio 2008
    John Juback – Real World Experiences with Silverlight
    Eric Pascarello – Investigating JavaScript and Ajax Security
    Susan Lennon – Using SharePoint Designer to build a dashboard-type view of lists

    Frameworks
    Marc Ziss –
    Jim Bonnie – SubSonic as a Data Access layer for DotNetNuke
    Rachel Appel – Exception Handling & Management Strategies
    Kevin Goff – Crash Course on LINQ and VS2008 Language Enhancements

    Collaboration
    David Mann – Delivering Modular SharePoint Workflow Functionality via Components
    Bob Fox – SharePoint Disaster Recovery, Backup and more…
    Tony Testa – AJAX in SharePoint
    Michael Lotter – InfoPath 2007 with Visual Studio 2008
    Russ Basuira – Programming Composite Applications that use the SharePoint Business Data Catalog
    Gary Blatt – Using OpenXML to Access Excel and other Office 2007 Files
    Database
    Sharon Dooley –
    Ed Pochinski –
    Joshua Lynn – SQL Server 2008 New feature: Change Data Capture
    Reed Sutton –
    Hilary Cotter –
    Chuck Urwiler –
    Toolbox
    Mark Magliocco – FaceBook Developer Toolkit in .NET
    Judy Calla – Visual Studio 2005
    Travis LaBorde –
    Rob Keiser – Powershell 2.0
    Todd Snyder – Using Refactoring to hunt down code smells
    Steve Andrews – Visual Studio 2008 Tools and Add-Ins

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