Code Camp NYC is here once again. September 13, 2014 will see the best of the best gathered at the new state of the art Microsoft Office at 11 Time Sq. The best part about Code Camp NYC? All of it. For the price of 2 Starbucks Drinks, you get to study with some of the best development authors on the planet. Although the majority of presenters are North East based, many come from other parts of the country, and some make the trek across the pond.
Code Camp NYC Official home: http://www.codecampnyc.org/
For Regsitration head over to Eventbrite: Code Camp NYC Registration
And for a comprehensive list of the sessions that have been submitted for consideration, head over to: Submitted Session List
I am looking forward to working the event, hopefully presenting at the event and most of all seeing all the great community codecampers in one place.
The next code camp will take place on September 14, 2013. The code camp is a great event that’s been known to attract around 400 developers and about 40 speakers from all over the country.
I am thrilled to be selected as member of the organizing committee. As of today, July 14, 2013 the call for speakers is out. Get ready and sign up:
Really excited to be presenting Knockout.js at one of my favorite user group: the NY ALT.NET group.
Microsoft has released 2 sets of training videsos for Sharepoint 2013 targeting both developers and IT professionals.
Details at http://blogs.msdn.com/b/vesku/archive/2012/07/17/sharepoint-2013-it-pro-and-developer-training-materials-released.aspx
Its going to be a busy training summer!!!
Microsoft has released a set of Virtual Labs for Windows 8 development. These are nice as the only requirement is a browser; no setup nor complicated installation needed.
See links at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-US/jj206431