I’m speaking at Code Camp, presenting on Microsoft Certifications during lunch. Here is the blurb from Kirk Jackson:
Code Camp is less than two weeks away!
If you want to catch some free sessions on the state-of-the-art in .NET development, SQL Server and developer security then sign up for Code Camp Auckland 2009 now.
Code Camps are non-profit, and organised by members of the local developer community. This year the Auckland Code Camp is the day before TechEd (Sunday 13 September), so we've managed to nab a few great speakers on their day off to present to us.
It's the biggest Code Camp ever - over 14 hours of sessions across 3 streams from 10am till 5pm:
- What's Happening in C# 4.0 and .NET Languages and Why Should You Care?
- Behaviour Driven Development
- Domain Specific Languages
- Silverlight with Prism
- .NET on the iPhone
- Becoming Certified
- Lightning Talks
- and more!
The latest and greatest in development topics, by the people that know!
- SQL Server Virtualisation Best Practices and Recommendations
- SQL Server Analysis Services and Gemini
- Query Optimization and Query Tuning
- Understanding SQL Server Indexing
- SQL Server Maintenance
Training and guidance from the best SQL trainers in the industry!
- Secure Development Lifecycle and Threat Modelling workshop
- Secure Coding Practices
We are lucky to have Michael Howard, author of Writing Secure Code and 24 Deadly Sins of Software Security giving a free workshop for developers, architects and team leads on Threat Modelling and the Secure Development Lifecycle. This will be followed by a session on how to write secure .NET code.
Auckland has never seen such an awesome free event!
See you there on Sunday 13 September,