Orlando Code Camp–Speaker Notification


Orlando Code Camp 2011 is almost here.  We have an awesome list of speakers and sessions and all the sponsors are coming through.  This is my second time organizing this event and it has been fun putting it together.  We are trying some new things this year and I hope that everyone enjoys it!  This message went out to all speakers on Sunday:

Thank you so much for volunteering to speak at this year’s Orlando Code Camp.  I am happy to notify you that you have been selected to speak at the event.  This Code Camp is already shaping up to become our best one ever thanks to such a great speaker lineup.  We have also been really fortunate to get overwhelming support from our sponsors, which is helping put together an event that nobody will want to miss!

What do we need from you:

Please log in to our website (www.OrlandoCodeCamp.com) as soon as possible and update your preferences.  The most important parts are your shirt size (orders are going out this week), and the URL to your picture.  If you didn’t enter your bio when you registered, we also ask that you fill that out.  Tell all your friends about the event through blogs, twitter (hashtag #OrlandoCC), Facebook, email, word-of-mouth, etc.

What to expect:

We will have a Speaker/Volunteer party the night before, on Friday March 25th at 7 pm.   You will receive more information very soon, including venue information and directions. 

Code Camp will start at 8:00 am on Saturday, March 26th, with the first session at 8:30.  All sessions will be 1 hour each, with a 10 minute break between them.  We will have breakfast treats and a catered lunch, as well as refreshments throughout the day.  Our after-party will be held at Route 46 Entertainment District, which was a huge hit last year and it will start at 5:30 pm, right after the closing ceremonies and prize give-away.  Of course, we have some great prizes and all speakers are automatically entered into the drawing.

If you need a hotel, we have made arrangements with Marriott – Lake Mary, which is about 7 miles away from Seminole State College.  The special rate will expire soon.

Orlando Marriott Lake Mary
1501 International Parkway • Lake Mary, FL 32746
Special Code Camp rate: $79
Group Code: oneonea
Direct Link: Click Here

If for any reason you are unable to attend, please notify us as soon as possible so we can give your spot to one of the people in the waiting list.  Here is the list of all speakers and sessions that were approved.  The schedule will be posted on our website in the next couple of days and all attendees will be able to create

The following speakers and sessions were approved:


                Alexander Koval: Introduction to Azure AppFabric  

                Jason Milgram: Building Causal Games on Azure   

                Mike Potts: Continuous Deployment on Azure   

                Richard Dudley: Is Azure Right For My Applications? 

                Robert McLaws: Real World Windows Azure Migrations 

Tim Butts: Using Lucene.net on Azure   


Adam Jorgensen: Zero to Analytics-SharePoint Business Intelligence 

                Colin Blakey: Do It Yourself Microsoft Office

                Marshall Harrison: Provisioning Lync Server 2010 using PowerShell

                Michael Antonovich: Using External Data in SharePoint and Microsoft Office Without Code

                Raleigh Johnson: Configuring Forms Authentication is SharePoint 2010

                Ryan Morgan: Client Object Model Data Access for Silverlight on SharePoint 2010

Day of DNN

Navin Nagiah: Day of DotNetNuke Keynote 

Day of DNN: DNN Development              

Brad Schafer: Extreme DNN Development Techinques  

                Joe Brinkman: To the Cloud: DotNetNuke and Windows Azure

                Mitchel Sellers: DotNetNuke Development: Leveraging the Core

                Mitchel Sellers: DotNetNuke Performance: Diagnosing Problems

                Nick Christy: DNN in a Web Farm       

Day of DNN: Launch DNN

Gifford Watkins: Take This Job And Shove It: How to start a DNN company

Launch DNN       Ralph Williams: Skinning 201 – Skinning DotNetNuke with Style

Tom Kraak: Intro to DNN SEO

                Tony Valenti: How to Build a Basic Website with DotNetNuke

                Will Morgenweck: Building Social Communities with DotNetNuke


Jason Rainwater: Asynchronous Programming, Then and Now

                Keith Elder: Back to the Basics: What is .Net?

                Ryan Parsley: Modern Web Concepts

                Scott Dorman: Memory Management Fundamentals – Garbage Collection Deep Dive

                Tony Valenti: Advanced ASP.NET Debugging and Troubleshooting

                Woody Pewitt: The Basics of Developing for the Web for Windows Developers


Kevin Halverson: Asynchronous Programming in Visual Basic and C#

                Prakash Balasubramanian: C# 4.0 Overview

                Seth Juarez: Functional C#

                Spotty Bowles: Visual Basic Language Features in 2010

                Zachary Gramana: Using C# as a Scripting Language


                Eugene Chuvyrov: Introduction to Reactive Extensions (Rx.NET) for Windows Phone 7 and the .NET Framework

                Jay Hill: Applied Object-Oriented Design Principles

                Jay Hill: Fluent Interfaces in C# & VB: What, Why & How

                Page Horton: Decoupled UI

                Page Horton: The Flexible Distributed Business Layer

                Scott Klueppel: .NET Parallel Programming Patterns


                John Wang: Intro to Open Data Protocol (OData)

                Keith Elder: Demystyfying Windows Communication Foundation 4.0

                Patrick Rourke: Configurable Apps with the .NET 4 Workflow Foundation

                Robert McLaws: Liberating Corporate Data with Entity Framework 4 and OData

                Stan Schultes: RAD Development in VS2010 using EF4 with WCF Data Services and SL4

                Cornelius Kruger: Using Silverlight with Prism 4 to build Enterprise MVVM Applications


                Greg Leonardo: Dynamic Prototyping

                Greg Leonardo: Silverlight LOB

                John  Mcfetridge: Silverlight for Line of Business ..Case study

                John Papa: Silverlight Futures

                Michael Knopf: Connecting the Dots: how to build a real-world Silverlight app

SQL Server

                Adam Jorgensen: Zero to Cube – Introduction to Analysis Services

                Andy Warren: Introduction to SQL Server Statistics

                Jack Corbett: Introduction to SQL Server Profiler

                Michael Stark: SQL 2008 geo data on a Window Phone 7 Bing Map

                Plamen Ratchev: Zen and the Art of Writing SQL Query 

                Walter Williams: Using SQL Server Compact Edition in a .NET application

Visual Studio & ALM

                Esteban Garcia: Continous Integration with TFS 2010

                Jyoti Chawla: Application Lifecycle Management using Visual Studio 2010

                Oleg Sych: Code Generation with T4 and Visual Studio 2010

                Sayed Hashimi: Visual Studio 2010 SP1: What’s new for Web Developers

                Sayed Hashimi: Web Deploy: Seriously You’re Still not Using This?

                Sean Laberee: Microsoft Visual Studio IDE Tips and Tricks


Ivan Farkas: Unified Web and Mobile Web Applications with ASP.NET MVC 3 and jQuery Mobile

                Ken Tucker: Intro to MVC 3

                Nathan Totten: Introduction to Facebook Development

                Oleg Sych: Introduction to ASP.NET Dynamic Data

                RASESH SHAH: Enabling Payments on your WebMatrix Powered eCommrce Sites

                Sam Abraham: NuGet, Microsoft ASP.Net MVC 3 and WebMatrix

Design & Animation

                Chris G. Williams: Making Games for Windows Phone 7 with XNA 4.0    

                Diane Leeper: Animating in Blend: It’s ALIVE       

                Diane Leeper: Design for Developers: Bad Design Kills Good Projects  

                Henry Lee: Windows Phone 7 Animation         

                Konrad Neumann: Being a Designer in a Developer’s World     

                Nikita Polyakov: Rapid Prototyping with SketchFlow in Expression Blend  


Henry Lee: Learn to Use Accelerometer and Location Service (GPS) in Windows Phone Application

                Joe Healy: Consuming Services in Windows Phone 7

                Kevin Wolf: Work From Anywhere = WFA (Part 1)

                Kevin Wolf: Work From Anywhere = WFA (Part 2)

                Nikita Polyakov: WP7 Marketplace Place and Monetization

                Russell Fustino: Making (More) Money with Phone 7

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    He works with various Fortune 500 companies delivering mobile applications and rich internet applications. He recently formed start-up company called ToeTapz.com focusing his energy on delivering mobile applications in Windows Phone 7, Android and iPhone. In his spare time, he dedicates his effort to help his .NET community by delivering sessions at the technology events.


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