I am pleased to announce that I have just been confirmed as one of the speakers @ the upcoming NYC CodeCamp on 1/10/2009. Apparently my voluminous presentation abstract didn’t scare them away from me .
I’ll be speaking @ 9:15am on TDD (surprise~!) where I will be giving a live-demo from empty .cs file to the complete design and development of an object model to support an e-commerce shopping cart.
Expect copious amounts of CodeRush, RefactorPro, MbUnit 3.0, RhinoMocks, TestDriven.NET, and the rest of my favorite suite of dev tools that I will need in my arsenal to try to push this whole thing from zero to completion in just a bit over an hour (1:15 specifically).
If you’re in the area, I’d love to see you there! And if you’re tired of listening to me, then come and see some of the other great sessions being proffered by other members of the local NYC .NET community.
AFAIK, the exact schedule for all the time-slots isn’t set yet, but once its out you can catch it at the link provided above. There’s a rumor that we’ll be wrapping up with a recording of an actual .NET Rocks episode after the last session closes so come be part of that too if you’d like to hear your cheering on an actual podcast
Space is limited and registration is required, so make sure that you register ASAP if you plan to attend!
great i wish i could attend.
are you planning to put the video on web?
I have lots of questions to ask about TDD.
Looking forward to attend NYC CodeCamp!
I don’t know, honestly. I’m not equipped to record my own session (I’m not a video-phile and so don’t own the equipment we’d need to record the session).
If the sessions are being recorded, then I will certainly provide links to the video content after the sessions are complete.
Here’s a thought: would anyone be interested in my recording the session via CAMTASIA in much the same way as my other screencasts –? You would get my screen activity and my own speaking recorded, but doubtful much of any of the audience Qs would make it thru. This would work well for th demo, but not so well for any discussion/comments that would preceed or follow the actual coding demo part.
i think audio would be good too and if the audiance ask you question then you can repeat the question and then answer 😉
Great suggestion — I’ll give that a shot and see how it goes.
[…] The semi-confirmed schedule for the 2009 NYC CodeCamp has just been published at http://nyc.codecamp.us/blogs/announcements/archive/2008/12/31/code-camp-session-schedule.aspx. Even if the schedule changes ever-so-slightly between now and 1/10/2009, the actual sessions are pretty much locked-in at this point so the schedule gives a pretty good sense of the topics that will be covered and who’s covering them (myself included). […]