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2015 Schedule

The Vermont Code Camp 2015 schedule included sessions on a variety of software topics, including programming, databases, web and more.

Time Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 Room 5
8:00am- 8:45am Registration
8:45am- 9:00am Welcome
9:00am- 10:00am Introduction to Meteor.js: Why and How Kyle Mitofsky Visual Programming for Science and Business Mitch Miller Live Coding Web Applications with ClojureScript and Figwheel Nick Husher If You See What I Mean: Fixing and Avoiding Broken Programs Using the Power of Abstraction Eric Smith
10:15am- 11:15am The Future is Now: Using ES6 in Your JavaScript Code Today Ben Glassman C# 6.0: Level Up Your Productivity Bill Wagner Introduction to Ionic Framework Justin Basinger A Git Parable Cori Drew Turning Points: Instructional Tales of Achievement, Embarrassment, and Woe Scott Douglas
11:30am- 12:00pm Client Work with WordPress: Workflows, Expectations, and Egos Josh Lee Getting SQL Schema and Code into Version Control Using SQL Server Database Projects Floyd Hilton Writing a RESTful API with the Go language (golang) John Cicilio Clean Code: Single Responsibility Principle Hetal Dave Social Network Analysis & Visualization Al Ramirez
12:00pm- 1:00pm Lunch
1:00pm- 2:00pm The New, New Microsoft: OS X, Linux, git, npm, and Docker John Bennett Self Service BI Integration in Corporate BI Christian Coté Sophie Marchand Patterns & Practices for Real-world Event-driven Microservices Rachel Reese Static Web Apps: Rethinking Server Side Templating Jon Hoguet
2:15pm- 3:15pm Introduction to Aurelia Jeremy Danyow Automating Database Schema and Data Deployments Using Entity Framework Code First Migrations Michael Tamlyn Michael Commo Resilient Management of State in Functional Systems Peter Vile Mithril and Webpack: Performance and Simplicity in Client-side Applications Michael Hellein Effective Design Reviews: How to Give and Receive Meaningful, Actionable Design Feedback Everett McKay
3:15pm- 3:45pm Break and Afternoon Snacks
3:45pm- 4:15pm Managing Your Career: If You Don't, Who Will? Josh Winslow Windows Services Made User Friendly Brandt Newton Clojure: Scripting for the JVM Aaron Cummings Writing Automated Tests Using Python, Selenium, and Behave Jessica Ingrassellino Building Testing Teams in the Land of Ben & Jerry's Kip Steele
4:30pm- 5:30pm React + Flux = Joy John Need Real-time IoT Sensors with Azure Event Hubs James Sturtevant Code Generation with T4 and Visual Studio Jeremy Hutchinson For All Code, There Exist Properties to Be Checked Paul Blasucci
5:30pm- 6:00pm Closing Remarks