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2016 Schedule

The Vermont Code Camp 2016 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 Complexities of Web Development Cesar Carrasco Clean Code & Clean Processes Hetal Dave How Hystrix Circuit Breakers Stopped Platform Outages and Saved the Day Rob Friesel .NET All the Things! Bill Wagner First Steps to Coding: A Second Grader Shows You How Oliver Smith
10:15am- 10:45am Rock Solid CSS Architecture John Need You Are Not Too Legit to Commit Sara Simon Web Application Security Basics Jeremy Hutchinson Moving from Big and Complex to Small and Simple: Docker and Microsoft ASP.NET Chuck Megivern Developing a Startup in College Peter Silverman
11:00am- 12:00pm Embracing the "Common" in "Common Language Runtime" Paul Blasucci Seeing the Matrix with tcpdump David Howell Deploying .NET applications with Octopus Deploy Floyd Hilton Probabilistic Programming: An Introduction Eric Smith
12:00pm- 1:00pm Lunch
1:00pm- 1:30pm Custom, Interactive Web Visualizations Using D3.js Andy Reagan An Introduction to Persistent Distributed Messaging with Apache Kafka Joshua Dickerson Hacking PowerPoint for Developers John Baluka Using Automated Workflow Tools to Improve Wikipedia Mitch Miller How is a Community Like a Cupcake? Betsy Weber
1:45pm- 2:15pm Internet of Things: Programming on the Edge Scott Thibault Squeezing the Snake Oil Out of UX Kevin Braun Death Defying Feats of Debuggery John Need EF Core in an ASP.NET Core API Julie Lerman Buy Your Community Organizer A Beer Maureen McElaney
2:30pm- 3:30pm Managing Databases in Visual Studio with SQL Server Data Tools Bob Crowley Implementing CQRS within Existing Systems Peter Vile Flight Checks: Quality Assurance for Releases that Prevent Disasters from Escaping into the Wild Brie Hoblin Anatomy of an Azure IoT Solution Jim O'Neil Create with Code: Let's Get Physical Lucie deLaBruere
3:30pm- 4:00pm Break and Afternoon Snacks
4:00pm- 4:30pm Bye, T-SQL! In-database Analytics with R in SQL Server 2016 Al Ramirez Socratic UX: The Art & Science of Generating Productive Questions Amy Chess Simple Documentation Publishing with Jekyll and GitHub Terrence Dorsey A First Look at C# 7 Bill Wagner
4:45pm- 5:45pm Become a Modern DBA with SQL Server 2016 Jean-René Roy From Mobile First to Offline First Bradley Holt No Really, This is Mission Critical Software!: Creating Simulation Software in the Age of Madden and Nintendo Kip Steele History of a Functional Language: From Euclid to Type Providers Rachel Reese
5:45pm- 6:00pm Closing Remarks