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Vermont Code Camp 2018

event date

15 Sep 2018

location

Champlain College, Center for Communication and Create Media Burlington, United States

website

vtcodecamp.org


10th Annual Vermont Code Camp.

We had 250 attendees in 2017.

Vermont Code Camp is a locally created, volunteer run, very low budget event that is free for attendees. Thanks to our sponsors, we provide a continental breakfast and lunch for attendees. We do not offer speaker travel or stipend.  But we do have a great party for our speakers and other volunteers! 

Topics
VTCC sessions can be on a large variety of tech content. Take a look at last year's schedule for an idea of the broad topics. 

Important Dates
Monday May 7 through Sunday July 29: CFP Open
Sunday August 5: Speakers notified of selections.
Sunday August 26: Schedule published
Saturday Sept 15: Day of Event

Session Length
Sessions can be 30 or 60 minutes.

Preferred Time of Day
If you have a preference on when to schedule your session, please leave a note in the "Notes to organizer" field. We will provide a preview of the schedule to speakers to make any last adjustments.

Your Submissions are Publicly Visible
You can see the speaker name and session title on the CFP page. We've done that to help avoid overlapping abstracts and reduce unintentional "competition". We have selected the "show username" option in case you prefer not to have your name visible during the CFP. If you have any questions about this, just shoot us an email at speaker@vtcodecamp.org

We Can't Cover Travel Expenses
We strongly encourage members of our local community to speak at this event and while we are happy for speakers to take advantage of an excuse to visit Vermont at a beautiful time of year, we do not have budget for speaker travel. We have, in the past, made arrangements for out of town speakers to stay with volunteers. 

Speaker/Volunteer Party
We have a party at the end of the day for all of our volunteers (including speakers). In recent years it's been at Bluebird BBQ (with vegetarian options)

Register
Please be sure to register at bit.ly/VTCC10

Contact info:
speaker@vtcodecamp.org
twitter: @vtcodecamp
hashtag: #vtcc10

Who Are We?
Vermont Code Camp is co-organized by Rob Hale, Maureen McElaney and Julie Lerman. We are joined by a great team of volunteers, including help from our hosts at the Champlain College Division of Information Technology and Sciences

Sponsorship Info to Share
If your company is interested in sponsoring this event financially, we are associated with BTVIgnite.com which is a 501c3. That will allow you to make tax-free donations to VT Code Camp. Please contact sponsor@vtcodecamp.org for more information.

Code of Conduct and Diversity Statements
We are proud of our community and support you all with a Code of Conduct (vtcodecamp.org/conduct) and a Diversity Statement (vtcodecamp.org/diversity). All participants at VTCC10 are expected to follow these guidances.

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Call for Speakers
CfS opens at 12:00 AM

07 May 2018

CfS closes at 12:00 AM

05 Aug 2018


The call for speakers will end at the end of the day on Sunday, July 29th.

We will notify speakers of session choices by Sunday August 5th, giving  you 6 weeks to prepare.



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29 submissions
Submitted sessions
Bill Dinger
  • Introduction to Asynchronous Code in .NET
  • Continuous Everything: Deliver on the promise of DevOps
  • Continuous Security: Integrate OWASP tools into your DevOps Pipeline
  • Unit Testing Strategies & Patterns in C#
  • OWASP Top 10 Vulnerabilities & ASP.NET
Daniel Costea
  • Occupy Raspberry Pi with .NET Core!
Scott Thibault
  • Bit Banging and Other Fun Programming at the Edge.
Jean-Rene Roy
  • What Azure have to offer for your data
john.need
  • Build Wicked Good Mobile Apps Fast with React Native, Expo and Firebase.
Josh Winslow
  • Riding a Tiger: Lessons Learned From Rapid Scaling
Everett McKay
  • Eight Steps to an Intuitive UI
Kip Steele
  • How to get a great job and build a network in a rural market
Larry
  • Powershell Primer
Bob Crowley
  • For the DotNoobs! Leveling Up Your C#
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Andrew Champagne
  • Good Coding Processes
Mandy Swithenbank
  • Accessibility Awareness: Empowering Everyone
Shawn Vernier
  • Automated Quality Assurance: From Apprentice to Master
John Waterman, PMP, GISP
  • Everything SEO: Stategy, Process, Technical Implementation, Tools, & the Real World
Sean Dague
  • Dive into Kubernetes
Baskar Rao Dandlamudi
  • Everything Serverless with Azure
  • Are you interested with NativeScript
Christian Cote
  • ETL in the clouds with Azure Data Factory v2.0
Frank Canovatchel
  • Using MySQL Workbench to Design and Build Databases
PJ Hagerty
  • A Glimpse Into Accessibility
  • DevOps - Philosophy vs Practice
  • Pop Songs and Programming for Fun and Profit
  • The Rise of the Distributed Database
Murat K. Gungor
  • Unit Testing with JUnit and Eclipse - Basics
Siva Kumar
  • Xamarin - Azure AD, SSO