The 10th annual Orlando Code Camp will be held at Seminole State College on Saturday, March 28 2015.
From the official FAQ on OrlandoCodeCamp.com –
“Orlando Code Camp is a free, one day learning event for programming professionals and students with a focus on coding, databases and related technologies. This is a “grass roots” mini application platform developer conferences, free of charge to attendees and open to presenters of all stripes and experience.”
Orlando CodeCamp is organized by the Orlando .NET User Group (@ONETUG). You can follow the event itself on Twitter at #OrlandoCC.
The schedule for the day includes six one-hour sessions from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with a one hour lunch and a couple 15 minute breaks and multiple presentations to choose from during each timeslot. You can find the full schedule on the official site but here’s a sampling of the talks that will be available at Orlando CodeCamp –
- Get SQL Security Right – A Developers Guide – Andy Warren
- Use Lean/Agile techniques to actively earn Customer trust – Rajiv Menon
- Cracking Coding Interviews – Slobodan Stipic
- Crazy Things Developers Do – Wayne Sheffield
- Bitcoin 101 – James Poole
- Integrating PowerShell in Visual Studio Community – Maximo Trinidad
- Intro to Node.js for .NET Developers – David Neal
- 5 Cool Things You May or May Not Know About ASP.NET 5 – Shayne Boyer
- Automated Mobile UI Testing – Joel Martinez
- Intro to REST – John Wang
- Effective Leadership – Philip Japikse
- Scrum in the Real World – Fred Mastropasqua
- What’s New in ASP.NET 5 – Cecil Phillip
In all, there are over 75 talks to choose from in addition to a full day of opportunities to meet other area developers and coding enthusiasts. This is a great chance to learn more about your chosen areas of software development, find out about available resources and make contacts that might benefit you later – and it’s FREE!
Seminole State College is located at 100 Whedon Blvd in Sanford, Florida, south of W. Lake Mary Blvd and just west of US 17-92. You can find more directions on the official site.