Orlando Code Camp 2013

Orlando .NET Code Camp

Orlando Code Camp is just 4 days away and the ONETUG team has yet again done a great job at preparing for this awesome event.  We expect at least 600 people there on Saturday to enjoy our 81 sessions and 60 speakers.

Things will get in gear for us on Friday afternoon when we’ll start setting things up at Seminole State College, then head over the the Speaker party.  Then bright and early, we’ll be there on Saturday morning for a whole day of geek fun, capped by an after-party at Wing House.

We have speakers coming from all over Florida and about 10 coming from other states and even Canada to talk about ALM, Agile, ASP.NET, DNN, Azure, Architecture, .NET, HTML5, SharePoint, JavaScript, Mono, Micro, SQL, PowerShell, Interview & Business skills, Windows Phone, and Windows 8.  It’s really a whole lot of topics and talks so no matter what you do for work or what you are dabbling with at home, you are sure to find something of interest.  We have all sorts of speakers, from first-time speakers to very seasoned ones, a ton of MVP’s, an RD, a couple of ALM Rangers, Telerik MVPs, book authors, Pluralsight authors, and more!

We will have breakfast from Dunkin Donuts, lunch by Lou of Orlando, an awesome t-shirt by Leon Terry, prizes, and you can even buy some Girl Scout cookies while you are there!

So come out and be part of this fun event.  While you are there, come by my talk on TFS 2012.  I will be in room 3103 from 10:00 to 10:50.

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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