sessions
The following sessions have been submitted, but not yet approved.
 
 
Jason Clark
Jason Clark
Sailing Takes Me Away - Intro to Sails.js
So you want to dip your toes in the Node ocean, but not quite sure what to do as a web developer? Node is great for server work, but a good, solid MVC-based web application framework has been like Wal...
 
Joe Healy
Joe Healy
Universal App Development for Windows
Universal Apps aallows you to target a single code base to Windows Phone and Windows Store applications. Using Universal Apps you can build an app for Windows and Windows Phone at the same time, and s...
 
John Wang
John Wang
Powershell for Developers
In this session, we will look at the use cases for developer usage of PowerShell such as psake, Nuget, StudioShell and more. An overview of the PowerShell development model will be provided....
 
Cecil Phillip
Cecil Phillip
What's New in ASP.NET 5
Many of us have built our careers on ASP .NET. We depend on it’s maturity and utilize the flexibility it affords us in building scalable web solutions. ASP .NET 5 has been called one of the most subst... Add to My Agenda
 
Wayne Sheffield
Wayne Sheffield
SSMS Tips & Tricks
Almost everyone uses SSMS to write queries and to browse around on the server – but do you use all of the features that SSMS offers to increase your productivity? Come to this session, consisting most...
 
Brian Swiger
Brian Swiger
JavaScript Best Practices...
JavaScript is the foundational language of your interactive client experience in Web development. Many client-side frameworks, such as AngularJS, Knockout, jQuery, Ember and Backbone are all written u...
 
Allen Conway
Allen Conway
Single Page Applications for the ASP.NET Developer using AngularJS, TypeScript, and WebAPI
Single Page Applications represent the natural next step in web development making use of JavaScript (or TypeScript), HTML5, and Responsive design techniques to create applications that provide the us... Add to My Agenda
 
Robert Biddle
Robert Biddle
Introduction to R
Data Science is a relatively new discipline. Core to this is the visualization of data. R is a language and environment used for data visualization and statistical computing. In this session we'll ...
 
Chelsea Ziembko
Chelsea Ziembko
How not to &*(#%k up an interview
Things to do and things to avoid after you've secured that valuable interview...
 
Bob Lautenbach
Bob Lautenbach
Bob Lautenbach
Xamarin.iOS and iBeacons. Overview of developing and incorporating iBeacons into a Xamarin.iOS app... Add to My Agenda
 
Wayne Sheffield
Wayne Sheffield
Windowing Functions in SQL 2012
SQL Server 2012 brings with it nearly full ANSI compliance with the windowing functions. Come to this code filled session to learn about all of the windowing functions in SQL Server 2012: Ranking func...
 
Colin Blakey
Colin Blakey
Tips, Tricks and NuGet
A look into tips, tricks and various NuGet packages used to solve development issues while developing a new desktop Line-Of-Business application written in WPF, C#, EF6.1 and Telerik controls.... Add to My Agenda
 
Richie Rump
Richie Rump
Entity Framework for Data Professionals
Entity Framework and other Object Relational Mapping technologies have been a boon for developers but how do they really affect the database? More importantly is Entity Framework a technology that dev... Add to My Agenda
 
Roy Osherove
Roy Osherove
TDD and Unit Testing Worst Mistakes
In this session we look at open source tests and learn important DOs and DONTs on writing readable, maintainable, trustworthy tests.... Add to My Agenda
 
Doug Lampe
Doug Lampe
Dr. Strangecode or: How I learned to stop worrying my wife and use TDD
For longer than I care to admit (and almost longer than my wife can stand), I have been working on a hobby project - a web-based sports sim MMO. Since this is a "hobby" and not "work" I threw out man... Add to My Agenda
 
Benjamin Howarth
Benjamin Howarth
Canopy view of single-page applications
Lost in the forest of whether you should build a mobile app or a mobile website, or both? Move up to the treetops and get a great view using HTML5 and Javascript to create a unified experience for you... Add to My Agenda
 
Richie Rump
Richie Rump
The Quest to Find Bad Data With Data Profiling
The legendary adventurer is on the quest of a lifetime. He's found a database that holds the locations of the world's greatest relics, but there's a problem. No, it's not snakes. The database was writ...
 
Maximo Trinidad
Maximo Trinidad
PowerShell Building Azure Quick VMs
This is a PowerShell Azure via to quickly create Virtual Machines in it's basic form. It will give you a quick way to get you started with Microsoft Azure. Live Sample demo will be shown....
 
Brian Kassay
Brian Kassay
ASP.NET WebAPI and SignalR for Data Services
Two technologies from ASP.NET are now available to handle your data service’s needs, WebAPI and SignalR. ASP.NET Web API is a framework that makes it easy to build HTTP services that reach a broad ran... Add to My Agenda
 
Ashley Grant
Ashley Grant
Getting Started with Aurelia (Durandal vNext)
With its strong focus on developer experience, Aurelia can enable you to not only create amazing applications, but also enjoy the process. You'll discover what Aurelia is and how to get up and running...
 
Michael Stark
Michael Stark
XAML Animation and more in Xamarin on iOS
In this session we will render an app on iOS using XAML and C#. Yes, I said XAML the XAML we love for our Windows 8 and Windows Phone apps now works on Xamarin for creating iOS. Sure, you could learn ... Add to My Agenda
 
Wes Springob
Wes Springob
Why all developers should learn how to work with SSMS
There are many reasons developers should learn to work with SSMS. The most important reason is that; almost without exception, all applications work in some way with data. When we are talking about da... Add to My Agenda
 
Kendal Van Dyke
Kendal Van Dyke
Do You Have A Case Of Mistaken IDENTITY?
When creating a table most people use an identity value as the primary key without a second thought. We also take for granted than returning the identity value when a row is inserted "just works"...bu... Add to My Agenda
 
jitendrudu lacaraju
jitendrudu lacaraju
Introduction to Open Source Geospatial Software
Introduction to Open Source Map Tools How do we find locations and reach them? Most definitely we use maps on the internet to find locations and directions. But without these easily (now) accessible ...
 
Sarah Baca
Sarah Baca
Train Your Brain for a Better Team
For an Agile Scrum team to be successful, team members have to work together very closely. This teamwork is what enables us to make great software--but it can also expose a lot of challenges. In h... Add to My Agenda
 
Will Adams
Will Adams
Token-based authentication in single page and mobile apps
This session will focus on using token-based authentication with Windows Identity Foundation 4.5 in single-page and hybrid mobile applications. We'll look the various types of tokens used including a... Add to My Agenda
 
Roy Osherove
Roy Osherove
Elastic Leadership Principles
Many of us are pushed into leadership roles because were good at being technical. Now it’s time to get technical at being good with humans. What’s our role as leaders? How should we measure our succes... Add to My Agenda
 
Joe Healy
Joe Healy
GameMaker for Beginners
“Published app author? Why not?" During this session we'll explore the basics of GameMaker as a fast, powerful game creation tool, enabling you to quickly become an app publisher with a quality prod... Add to My Agenda
 
Gary Blatt
Gary Blatt
Using PowerShell in the Cloud
This session will demonstrate using PowerShell to administer and maintain your Cloud environment. This includes Azure, Office 365 and especially SharePoint Online. We will look at how you can use your... Add to My Agenda
 
David Haney
David Haney
Stack Overflow: 100 Million Uniques Per Month On 9 Web Servers
You have probably used Stack Overflow, but have you ever wondered how it was built? This session will show you how stackoverflow.com became the 42nd most trafficked website in North America using only... Add to My Agenda
 
Naga Piduri
Naga Piduri
Master continuous integration across mobile platforms with Xamarin & TFS
Continuous integration is extremely valuable in mobile projects that demand quick release cycles and high quality. This session will show you how to configure TFS for Xamarin, a cross-platform mobile ...
 
sean mackey
sean mackey
TFS migration from on-premise to Visual Studio Online
Teams looking to move from an on-premise Team Foundation Server can now migrate to Visual Studio Online. Attend this session for a comparison of the two options, a review of migration tools, and a cas... Add to My Agenda
 
Wayne Sheffield
Wayne Sheffield
Table Vars & Temp Tables – What you NEED to Know!
Almost every SQL Developer is familiar with Table Variables and Temporary Tables. While each of these objects represent temporary storage, there are also substantial differences between them. Understa...
 
John Sonmez
John Sonmez
Getting Started With Meteor.js
In this session, you’ll learn the basics of Meteor.js and why it might just be the next big thing in JavaScript development.JavaScript web development platform that allows you to build high interactiv...
 
Sathyaish Chakravarthy
Sathyaish Chakravarthy
Dependency Injection with Unity
What’s the story behind Dependency Injection and why should you bother? This 3-hour session answers these questions while demonstrating in detail how the open source Unity container from Microsoft can...
 
Slobodan Stipic
Slobodan Stipic
Cracking Coding Interviews
Do you want work for Microsoft, Google, or Amazon? Maybe you are only interested in learning about their recruitment and interview techniques. We will cover the entire interview process from the first... Add to My Agenda
 
Brent Schooley
Brent Schooley
Ember.js: Getting fired up
Ember.js is an exciting client-side application framework that makes it very easy to get a lot accomplished with very little code. Once you understand the basics of how Ember.js handles MVC (it's a l...
 
Shayne Boyer
Shayne Boyer
5 Cool Things You May or May Not Know About ASP.NET 5
Come sit and check out the new version of ASP.NET and see 5 or more features you might not know about ASP.NET 5. Coding examples, inside and outside of Visual Studio 2015, configuration changes and m... Add to My Agenda
 
Ovidiu Dimulescu
Ovidiu Dimulescu
Microservices - Yet another buzzword?
Microservices architecture is garnering attention as a modern pattern for building application that scale well, deploy often, have better fault tolerance and can be built out of multiple technologies.... Add to My Agenda
 
Brian Clark
Brian Clark
Internationalization in AngularJS
Are you building an application with AngluarJS that requires supporting multiple languages? If so, do you know that there is an AngularJS module that can make this much easier to implement? The module... Add to My Agenda
 
James Poole
James Poole
Bitcoin 101
If you've heard of the mysterious "Magic Internet Money" called Bitcoin, but don't quite understand what all the fuss is about, come join us for a formal introduction. We'll discuss what it is, how i... Add to My Agenda
 
Eric Nograles
Eric Nograles
Come Sail Away With Me (you guys): Architecture of Enterprise Sails.js Web API's
Get your sea legs! Designed for Sailors who are intrigued by Sails.js thanks to Jason Clark's fantastic session, or have gone beyond the evaluation phase and have begun to build applications using th... Add to My Agenda
 
Joe Healy
Joe Healy
Office 365 for Developers
Office 365 is a hot new technology area for the Microsoft Professional. So what does it mean to be an Office 365 developer? During this session we'll take a look at the Office 365 platform and show ... Add to My Agenda
 
Esteban Garcia
Esteban Garcia
Code Camp Opening
Opening announcements...
 
Mark Kilby
Mark Kilby
Gaming Agile
Sometimes we learn more through play than through listening to a lecture or a story of how someone else's company has "gone agile". In this session, we will show you some games that illustrate agile ...
 
Mark J Radacz
Mark J Radacz
Writing reusable plugins for Xamarin.Forms
Xamarin.Forms is a great platform for developing cross-platform apps. Take it to another level by developing custom controls and distribute on NuGet. ... Add to My Agenda
 
John Wang
John Wang
Intro to REST
This session will provide an overview of Representational state transfer (REST) services and its comparison with SOAP-based services.... Add to My Agenda
 
Joe Healy
Joe Healy
Azure Data Options Exploration
Cloud is the buzz, even for data storage. But is it right for you? When might you might want to use Azure for your data storage? During this session we'll explore the various Azure data storage opt...
 
Paul Hacker
Paul Hacker
A Practical View of Release Management for Visual Studio 2013
This session provides a detailed technical presentation of the functionality and architecture of Release Management for Visual Studio 2013. We start by presenting an overview of the key concepts, arch...
 
Andy Warren
Andy Warren
Troubleshooting a Slow Application That Uses a SQL Server Database
When an application slows down the first question to answer is whether it's the application or the database. Slowness can be caused by inefficient coding, inefficient SQL statements, lack of bandwidth...
 
Bill Reiss
Bill Reiss
Which Game Framework?
One of the biggest advancements in game development over the past couple of years is a rise of third party cross platform game frameworks that can help you write games faster and easier. The hardest d...
 
Jeff Putz
Jeff Putz
Think like a cloud developer
Welcome to a world where you no longer have to wait to provision software, and your toolbox is virtually limitless. Thinking about your application in cloud terms requires some adjustments in your des... Add to My Agenda
 
Philip Japikse
Philip Japikse
JavaScript for the C# (and Java) Developer
Yes, it has curly braces. Yes, it has semi colons. And you can write C# like code in JavaScript. But should you? JavaScript programming has many paradigms that make it very different than writing typi...
 
Brian Swiger
Brian Swiger
Certifications: Do. Or do not. There is no try.
Is the juice worth the squeeze? Are certifications worth your time and effort to study and pass an exam? In this session, I will provide insight into the Microsoft Learning exam process and show insig... Add to My Agenda
 
sean mackey
sean mackey
Visual Studio Online with an Azure Build Server
Visual Studio Online comes with a hosted build controller. If the hosted build scenario doesn't suffice, you can extend VSO with a build server. Attend this session for an overview of the hosted build...
 
Richie Rump
Richie Rump
Your First Step Into SQL Queries
It's a dark time for your career. Although you have become a powerful developer, your knowledge in the SQL arts is lacking. The evil lord Database Administrator, obsessed with finding your poorly wri...
 
Nikita Polyakov
Nikita Polyakov
What's new in Dynamics CRM 2015 Mobile
Take a lap around enhancements to Dynamics CRM 2015 mobile capabilities. Brief review of what is already offered out of the box and what is Dynamics CRM for those new to the topic. Then we will review... Add to My Agenda
 
Mark Kilby
Mark Kilby
Are You Remotely Agile?
Many agile books and trainers will tell you that you must be co-located in order to "be agile". What if that's not possible? What if you have team members distributed across multiple locations or mu... Add to My Agenda
 
Philip Japikse
Philip Japikse
Effective Leadership
Leaders aren't born, they aren't hatched, and they don't apparate. Leadership is a journey, one that involves hard work, practice, and a deep understanding of not only your team members but also your... Add to My Agenda
 
Mitchel Sellers
Mitchel Sellers
Creating Single Page Applications with ASP.NET MVC & Angular
Developing for the web has been ever changing in the past few years. In this session we will take a practical look at creating a Single Page Application that integrates ASP.NET MVC with Angular.js an... Add to My Agenda
 
John Papa
John Papa
Gulp.js : Building a JavaScript Build Pipeline
You've built your JavaScript application but how do you automate testing, code analysis, running it locally or deploying it? These redundant tasks can consume valuable time and resources. Stop working... Add to My Agenda
 
Roy Osherove
Roy Osherove
Beautiful Builds and Advanced Continuous Delivery Patterns
Many of us heard and try to practice the idea of automating the hell out of the everything around us, especially trying to do this with our software products and delivery process. For many, it feels l...
 
Jason Clark
Jason Clark
Make sure your SPA is on a SOLID foundation
Single Page Application (SPA) frameworks are all the rage now between Angular, Durandal, Ember, Backbone, etc., and they can be great platforms to build an application. But you can VERY quickly find y... Add to My Agenda
 
Naga Piduri
Naga Piduri
Use C# to develop apps for Google Glass and Android Wear
This talk will demonstrate how C# developers can use their skills to develop applications for Google Glass and Android Wear, using the Xamarin platform. ... Add to My Agenda
 
Andy Warren
Andy Warren
Turbocharge Your Career With a Learning Plan
What will you learn next quarter and why? How will you learn it? How much time and money will it cost? What is the ROI on learning those skills? Those are the questions that you answer by building a l...
 
Rajiv Menon
Rajiv Menon
Use Lean/Agile techniques to actively earn Customer trust
This talk posits that one can use tools and techniques such as value matrixes, running pilot groups, A/B experimenting, metrics, retrospectives, user feedback, etc. while infecting the larger team wit... Add to My Agenda
 
Andy Warren
Andy Warren
Get SQL Security Right - A Developers Guide
This presentation is for developers who use SQL Server and want to understand what they need to do to get security right in their applications without diving into the detailed world of the DBA. We'll ... Add to My Agenda
 
Joel Martinez
Joel Martinez
Automated Mobile UI Testing
Everybody writes bugs ... we are after all, imperfect beings. However, there is an easy way to mitigate this by automating the testing of your iOS and Android apps using Calabash. Instead of relying o... Add to My Agenda
 
Andrew Dang
Andrew Dang
Interaction Design for Digital Spaces
The talk with highlight the different design styles of iOS, Android, and Windows/Windows Phone. The talk will not have technical demos (as planned), I will give an intro to the basics of design u... Add to My Agenda
 
David Neal
David Neal
Do you even Kanban?
Kanban is just sticky notes on a whiteboard, right? Whatever work you do, you have a process for that work. Be it software development, operations, services, recruiting, marketing, event planning, or ... Add to My Agenda
 
Esteban Garcia
Esteban Garcia
TFS Build vNext
A look at the new TFS Build system announced at Microsoft's Connect(); event. This session will give you a first look at the new system, how it works and you can extend it to work with your .NET, Java... Add to My Agenda
 
Andrew Kozlik
Andrew Kozlik
How to Keep Your Designer From Going Insane
This presentation outlines design basics every developer should know in order to more effectively communicate with their design team. I will cover the basics of typography, layout, and color, as well ... Add to My Agenda
 
Shayne Boyer
Shayne Boyer
ASP.NET 5 Project Scaffolding with Yeoman
Developing ASP.NET 5 applications using Visual Studio 2015 gives you a rich IDE experience, however now with ASP.NET now being cross platform that development IDE is not afforded to us on a Mac. In... Add to My Agenda
 
Jeremy Bierly
Jeremy Bierly
Bridging the Gap Between UX Design and Development for Responsive Web Applications
Bridging the Gap Between UX Design and Development for Responsive Web Applications At Isobar, I am an Interactive Architect that focuses on building complex UIs using web technologies. In this s... Add to My Agenda
 
Ray VIllalobos
Ray VIllalobos
Mastering Responsive Single Page Bootstrap Layouts
Boostrap is a great timesaver, but one of the great complaints is that too many sites that use it the look the same. Yet the framework has all of the tools you need to build responsive sites with com... Add to My Agenda
 
Walter Williams
Walter Williams
What Does A Cup Of Hot Chcolate Have To Do With Requirements?
Session Information: How do you know when a project is done? How do you know if a project is moving the right (or wrong) direction? Requirements help to determine both correct direction, and when i... Add to My Agenda
 
Paul Hacker
Paul Hacker
Dive into the Team Foundation Server Agile Planning Tools
Team Foundation Server 2013 and Visual Studio Online bring a valuable set of new features and capabilities to agile teams. They provide a simple-to-use experience on top of a powerful, customizable pl... Add to My Agenda
 
Mitchel Sellers
Mitchel Sellers
Optimizing Your Website's Performance (End-To-End Diagnostics)
There have been many sessions at technical conferences over the years that discuss how to improve the performance of ASP.NET or PHP, however, there have not been many that discuss the optimization of ... Add to My Agenda
 
Wayne Sheffield
Wayne Sheffield
Crazy Things Developers Do
Throughout my career, I’ve seen developers do some pretty crazy things to databases (and truth be told, I’ve done some of these myself!). Come to this session to learn what we do and why it’s bad to t... Add to My Agenda
 
sean mackey
sean mackey
Visual Studio Online and Organizational Access
Out of the box Visual Studio Online uses Microsoft account authentication. Integrate VSO and active directory to leverage your security at work. Attend this session for a overview of these two securit...
 
Vikram Dhillon
Vikram Dhillon
Blockchain-as-a-service
Seamless integration of connected devices requires a fundamentally new architecture that can support multi-device data processing and multi-protocol interoperability. Moreover, such an architecture al... Add to My Agenda
 
John Sonmez
John Sonmez
5 Soft Skills Every Software Engineer Should Know
Technical skills are great, but they can only take you so far. The top earning software engineers know the importance of focusing on soft skills and personal development to achieve high levels of s... Add to My Agenda
 
Jonas Stawski
Jonas Stawski
Testing JavaScript with Jasmine
Today’s Modern Web has changed the landscape on how we write, test, deploy, and maintain our web applications. Our stock holders expect us to be agile and output new features as fast as we can write t... Add to My Agenda
 
Brian Minisi
Brian Minisi
DevOps with PowerShell Desired State Configuration
DevOps focuses on better integration between Development and Operations. It has traditionally been difficult for Development teams to know their changes will run in Production and for Operations to k... Add to My Agenda
 
Philip Japikse
Philip Japikse
Implementing M-V-VM (Model-View-View Model) for WPF
Now you are writing WPF applications, and wondering – what is all this code in the code behind? Shouldn’t we be doing something different? Our cousins working with ASP.NET MVC don’t even have a code b... Add to My Agenda
 
David Neal
David Neal
Intro to Node.js for .NET Developers
Node.js is a compelling platform that is quickly spreading from startups to the enterprise. As a .NET developer, why should you learn Node.js and where do you start? You will come away from this talk ... Add to My Agenda
 
Matt Mazur
Matt Mazur
Artificial Intelligence and JavaScript: 10 Interactive Demos
In this session we'll explore 10 interactive artificial intelligence projects implemented in JavaScript including Conway's Game of Life, cellular automata, boids, and neural networks.... Add to My Agenda
 
Cari Faanes-Blakey
Cari Faanes-Blakey
Is Robert Irvine a Business Process Improvement Genius?
Being a Business Analyst means constantly analyzing the world around you and finding inspiration and education in any number of unusual sources. This presentation draws parallels between Restaurant Im... Add to My Agenda
 
Bill Reiss
Bill Reiss
Intro to Universal Apps for Win 8 and Windows Phone
It is now easier than ever to write apps targeting both Windows 8 and Windows Phone App Stores. Learn how to build apps using XAML and C# with maximum code and resource reuse and some of the pitfalls ... Add to My Agenda
 
Jeff Putz
Jeff Putz
10 Things That Someone Will Pay For Later
There's nothing quite like building some greenfield box of awesome with your team. It's quite another to adopt an existing project and find that it's very difficult to maintain and change. Someone eve...
 
James Davis
James Davis
OWASP Top 10 via MVC4 and Greater
Security has always been a priority for any company. Now, with a large company being breached every month or so, security is being placed front and center. A list of the top 10 vulnerabilities found i... Add to My Agenda
 
Mitchel Sellers
Mitchel Sellers
Back to the Basics: LINQ and You
Sometimes it is helpful to go back to the basics to make sure we fully understand a concept that we might interact with on a regular basis but might not fully comprehend. This topic is a deep dive int...
 
Sasha dos Santos
Sasha dos Santos
Intro to Ionic for Building Hybrid Mobile Applications
Ionic is a free framework that allows users to easily build hybrid mobile applications for iOS and Android using Angular and a fork of the Cordova project. Ionic provides a command line interface, CSS... Add to My Agenda
 
Albert Raiani
Albert Raiani
CSLA.NET Business Object Framework
Among all of the frameworks that exist, most focus the UI or presentation layer problems and data access. In many software projects business logic is scattered. This is surprising because business l... Add to My Agenda
 
Gary Blatt
Gary Blatt
SharePoint for .Net Developers
In this session, attendees will learn how to parlay their existing .Net skills into the SharePoint environment. We will look at basic building blocks of creating functionality in SharePoint including ...
 
John Papa
John Papa
9 AngularJS Patterns: How to Avoid the Cliffs of Insantiy
You've taken the plunge with Angular, but how do you know you are following best practices and won't fall into the Pit of Despair? Come learn how to build end-to-end apps using AngularJS. We explore h... Add to My Agenda
 
Brian Hall
Brian Hall
Redis Caching with Asp.Net and Azure
Have you heard all the hype around Redis? From Stack Exchange using it to Microsoft offering it as a service on Azure. Curious if it's a good fit? Or just interested in seeing how someone else uses it... Add to My Agenda
 
Jeff Putz
Jeff Putz
Git up and Git down: An intro to Git
The distributed version control system (DVCS) to rule them all has become Git. If you think that Git is only for Github, or that TFS is the only source control you'll ever need, this is the session fo...
 
John Sonmez
John Sonmez
Creating an Automated Testing Framework With Selenium
Learning how to use a tool like Selenium to create automated tests is not enough to be successful with an automation effort. You also need to know how to build an automation framework that can sup... Add to My Agenda
 
John Sonmez
John Sonmez
Marketing Yourself To Boost Your Career
Let's face it. If you want to have a successful career in software development today, being a good coder doesn't just cut it anymore. Sure, writing good code will help you keep your job, but the...
 
Brian Minisi
Brian Minisi
Monitor Your Live Applications Anywhere in the World using Application Insights
Knowing how your live applications are performing has always been a challenge. It is difficult to know the responsiveness of your Web application especially at the page level in real time. It is als... Add to My Agenda
 
Maximo Trinidad
Maximo Trinidad
Integrating PowerShell in Visual Studio Community
Lets take a look at integrating PowerShell into the free Visual Studio 2013 Community edition plus any other free add-ons which makes it a valuable tool in your arsenal. Check some PowerShell samples ... Add to My Agenda
 
Michael Antonovich
Michael Antonovich
Calculated Columns, Measures, and KPIs, Oh My!
To do serious work in a Power Pivot table or even a SQL Analytics Cube, you must know the difference between calculated columns, measures, and KPIs, how to define them, use them, and display them. Th... Add to My Agenda
 
Jason Clark
Jason Clark
Angular 2? Why Not Durandal?
The announcement of Angular 2, and the SWEEPING changes it will introduce has left the community a little perturbed. Since you're going to have to basically throw out everything you know about Angular...
 
Sathyaish Chakravarthy
Sathyaish Chakravarthy
OAuth with Facebook and Google using .NET
Have you ever imported your Gmail contacts into Linked In? If you have, you’ve used OAuth. OAuth is a standard for allowing third-party web applications to access your data from another website, us...
 
Santosh Hari
Santosh Hari
Can you build a startup/small business around the Microsoft ecosystem?
The answer, of course is, it depends. As someone who has been living and breathing startups for the past 7+ years, I've seen a lot of bias against using Microsoft technologies for startups/small b... Add to My Agenda
 
Robert Biddle
Robert Biddle
Introduction to SQL Server Performance Tuning
"I think the database is slow. What do I do?" Do you find yourself saying these things or feeling this way? In this session we'll use a basic process for troubleshooting SQL Server performance. ...
 
Rowland Gosling
Rowland Gosling
SQL Server + Hadoop: Better Together
SQL Server's great, but it isn't for everything. Large data sets in the 10s of Terabytes can easily disrupt otherwise simple daily operations like backups and maintenance. Hadoop is good at the big st... Add to My Agenda
 
Gary Blatt
Gary Blatt
Creating SharePoint Servers in Azure
In this session, a hands-on demo will be provided showing how to setup a complete SharePoint 2013 environment in Windows Azure. These can be used for Development or Production, depending on your needs...
 
Miguel Cebollero
Miguel Cebollero
SQL Server 2014 In-Memory Programming
SQL Server 2014 introduces a game changer technology; in-memory objects. This session is a hands-on demo based presentation that will introduce you to what the technology is and how to use it. You wil... Add to My Agenda
 
Michael Antonovich
Michael Antonovich
Once Upon a Date Time
Creating calculated measures and columns in DAX is an essential part of any Tabular or PowerPivot model. Since most data represents events that occur over time, a time dimension is critical in those m...
 
Fred Mastropasqua
Fred Mastropasqua
Scrum in the Real World
A lot of shops say they are "Agile" but yet not many actually implement an Agile Framework like pure Scrum. In this class we will discuss how to actually implement the Scrum Framework on a develop... Add to My Agenda
 
Shawn Weisfeld
Shawn Weisfeld
Azure - The building blocks of a modern cloud application
With so many individual services offered on the Azure platform choosing the right ones for your application can be overwhelming. In this talk we will provide an overview of the most popular services, ... Add to My Agenda
 
Shea Glenny
Shea Glenny
Reduce risky assumptions using market validation
Could be made into a Level 100 or 300 course as well: Use Market Validation to reduce risky assumptions in product development and marketing campaigns. Learn methods and tools from the Florida Inst... Add to My Agenda