Orlando Code Camp–10 days away

This was sent today to everyone that signed up to Orlando Code Camp so far:

Orlando Code Camp is just 10 days away!

CodeCamp

Thank you for registering to attend our 6th Orlando Code Camp! As you know, the event is being held at Seminole State College (100 Weldon Boulevard, Sanford, FL100 Weldon Boulevard, Sanford, FL100 Weldon Boulevard, Sanford, FL100 Weldon Boulevard, Sanford, FL 32773) on Saturday, March 26th. We have an amazing group of speakers with sessions that you are going to really enjoy! Our tracks cover the following topics: Azure, Collaboration (SharePoint and Office), Design & Animation, DNN, .NET Fundamentals, .NET Languages, Patterns & Architecture, Services, Silverlight, SQL Server, Visual Studio & ALM, Web, and Windows Phone. 

We need your input!

In order for us to get you the right lunch and t-shirt, we need you to log on at www.OrlandoCodeCamp.com and update your preferences. While you are there, check out the agenda builder that we’ve created, it allows you to pick your sessions which will make it easier for you to navigate through all the tracks once you get there.

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For the first time in our 6 year history, we are hosting Day of DotNetNuke.  As a special treat, the President and CEO of DotNetNuke Corp, Navin Nagiah, will give a DNN Keynote. We will have 3 rooms focusing on Administration, Design, and Development.

Prizes

We have amazing sponsors, which translates into us being able to give you amazing prizes. We have tons of prizes such as books, software, shirts, swag, a DevConnections pass, a SQL Rally pass, Xboxes, and more.

We haven’t even started the event and we already gave away our first prize! Congratulations to William Ferrell, who won a free pass to DevConnections, which starts the day after Code Camp!  If you didn’t win, it is not too late for you to go to the conference at a great value, use code “onetug” to save $200 off your registration.

T-Shirt
If you liked last year’s t-shirts, you are going to love this year’s!  Florida’s own UX expert, Diane Leeper has come up with an amazing design for us.  Get there early, we have limited quantities!

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Lunch

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We will provide lunch for all registered attendees.   We are welcoming Lou Tommasini to cater this year’s Code Camp. If you attended our “BizSpark Day of Windows Phone 7”, you’ll remember Lou’s food! You can find out more about Lou’s offerings on Facebook, Thumbtack has some of his recipes, and last but not least, Twitter.

Hotel Info
If you need a hotel, we’ve made arrangements with Orlando Marriott Lake Mary with a special Code Camp rate of $79.  You must use Group Code oneonea to take advantage of this offer, but hurry, rooms are running out!  Direct link: Click Here

After-Party Information
Right after Code Camp, join us at Route 46 Entertainment District to unwind and network with fellow attendees and speakers. You don’t want to miss this! 

Surface Demo
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Hard Rock Cafe International will be hosting a “Hands on Surface” experience with developer Bradley Foley. Brad will talk about the V1 and upcoming V2 hardware, software, and how Surface computing is used to enhance the Hard Rock Brand experience with their customers.

Diamond Sponsors

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  Platinum Sponsors

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Gold Sponsors

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Silver Sponsors

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Bronze Sponsors

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About esteban

Esteban is the Founder and Chief Technologist at Nebbia Technology, an ALM consulting and Azure-powered technology company. He is a software developer with a passion for ALM, TFS, Azure, and software development best practices. Esteban is a Microsoft Visual Studio ALM MVP and ALM Ranger, Pluralsight author, and the president of ONETUG (Orlando .NET User Group).

2 thoughts on “TFS 2015 at ONETUG on 10/8

  1. Antwan

    How would we run Specflow (not specrun tests) using the unit test provider MSTest on a TFS build?

  2. bitbonk

    For me this seems to works (all xUnit test are being discovered and run) even without setting “Path to Custom Test Adapter”. Do I need it anyway?


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