Windows Phone 7 is the hottest ticket in town and will be public availability for the 2010 holiday season. Ramp up now and develop Windows Phone 7 applications for the Marketplace. This track has a balanced mix of theory, platform, tools and real-world applications. Sessions cover getting started, the phone platform, developer-designer workflow, cloud applications and game development.
Windows Phone 7 track, by developers, for developers.
SharePoint is one of the fastest growing software development platforms in the market today. The momentum that began with the release of SharePoint 2007 has only increased with the release of SharePoint 2010 earlier this year. Although based on Microsoft ASP.Net and the .Net framework, it is far more than the sum of its parts and provides a rich platform for web-based internet and intranet collaborative solutions. The four award-winning developers making presentations in this track will be demonstrating a slate of real-world, code intensive solutions to every-day custom SharePoint tasks and challenges. Nothing theoretical, just practical information from professionals who work with the technology every day. Please join us for our SharePoint 2010 Track.
Agile development methods such as Scrum, Lean, and Extreme Programming are practiced at successful companies across the Silicon Valley. Whether you are an agile guru or simply agile-curious, the Agile track has something to offer you. Join us as we inspect, adapt, share, learn, and improve. Agile track organized by Chris Sims of Agile Learning Labs.
Are you developer who is new to SharePoint? SharePoint 2010 has many new developer oriented features. This session is a lap around SharePoint 2010 for developers providing a brief look and code- based demos of the major new features in building user interfaces, building on the data platform, and general programmability.. Demo-heavy, it will cover tooling, services and deployment and will introduce you to the key concepts and practices you need to know to get engaged with SharePoint development.
Google is fundamentally a web company, so our goal is to push the web forward in an open way. Over the last few years, our developer offerings have proliferated quickly. In the Google track at CodeCamp this year, we want to introduce you to some of our platforms (App Engine, Chrome/HTML5, Buzz, etc.), as well as touch upon a small subset of the many data APIs and tools that are available to enrich your applications and make your life as a web developer easier. Also be sure to come back for the second day which features hands-on workshops as well as session talks.
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