Thanks to everyone who attended my Code Camp session this morning. Sorry some of you had to sit on the floor or stand, but it was cool having that many folks in the room. And y’all asked some great questions! Hope you enjoyed it as much as I did.
Here a link to my slides from the session.
If you’re interested in the Beta2 virtual machine image, here’s a link to Brian Keller’s blog which has download instructions. He also has 7 hands-on labs you can try out using the VM.
Or, you could download the Release Candidate and install the bits yourself. Here’s a link to a Channel9 video that walks you through downloading and installing the software.
It’s going to be a day-long total geekfest with12 tracks, 6 sessions in each tracks.
South Florida Code Camp site: http://www.fladotnet.com/codecamp/Default.aspx
My session is “How to be more productive by using VS 2010”
Want to know how you can be a more productive developer? In this session we’ll take a look at a typical day in the life of an application developer, who just happens to have VS 2010 Ultimate on his machine. First we’ll use a couple of the slick new tools to figure out how the app works. Then we’ll debug the app using IntelliTrace (historical debugging), perform some performance analysis to make sure the app rocks, fix some bugs, determine which unit tests to run using test impact analysis, create a Coded UI test to automate a regression test, then check the working code into Team Foundation Server. Get ready for a demo-packed session!
Be there or be square!