Silicon Valley Code Camp : October 3rd and 4th, 2009
Silicon Valley Code Camp has chosen a few subject areas that have been organized into tracks. These tracks are designed and scheduled so that if you have a specific interest in the track theme you can attend all the sessions associated with that track in an order that makes sense with minimal overlap. Tracks are always of the highest quality content and are organized by a track lead, typically from one of our top sponsors. This does not mean that there are not other sessions in the same theme as the track, but those other sessions may overlap.
Agile software development is becoming increasingly popular, even amongst mainstream companies. Agile practitioners consider it to be a never-ending journey of discovery and learning. The Agile track includes sessions that will expose participants to fundamental Agile principles and demonstrate some of the most important Agile practices. Begin or continue your journey here.
Cloud Computing represents a shift in the way computers are used. As a technology, Cloud Computing is based on the virtualization and automation of computational layers such as: hardware; software platforms; and applications. But the most important benefits of Cloud Computing are that you don't have to setup or manage any of these layers yourself, you have access to each layer immediately, and you only pay for what you use.
CloudCamp is an unconference where early adapters of Cloud Computing technologies exchange ideas. With the rapid change occurring in the industry, we need a place we can meet to share our experiences, challenges and solutions. At CloudCamp, you are encouraged you to share your thoughts in several open discussions, as we strive for the advancement of Cloud Computing. End users, IT professionals and vendors are all encouraged to participate.
In this track, you'll learn about the Java and Web Service technologies used to develop Oracle Fusion Middleware. Java Web Applications and Java EE are covered in detail, from backend topics like JVM diagnostics, web services, security as a service, to development tools like JDeveloper and Eclipse, to “infrastructure-as-a-service” topics like cloud computing.
With the gaining popularity of Silverlight in the marketplace and the speed of development and releases from Microsoft during the last 9 months, this track will help CodeCamp attendees to understand, realize and fulfill the Silverlight goals of building Rich Internet Applications by providing beginning, intermediate and advanced topics of the subject.
Track Description : With the announcement of new Windows phones (Windows Mobile 6.5) and the newly announced Windows Marketplace, the heat is on to be one of the earliest and coolest apps on the new platform. This track will include sessions related to Windows Mobile Development. Teams working on Windows Mobile apps as a part of the WinMoDevCamp will congregate during this track. For more information on WinMoDevCamp refer to http://winmodevcamp.org/sanfrancisco/default.aspx