This page lists the presenters who have submitted sessions for the next Rock & Roll Code Camp. Would you like to be a presenter? We hope you will offer sessions on topics that you are passionate about!



David McCarter

David McCarter is a principal software engineer/architect in San Diego. He is the editor-in-chief of a web site dedicated to helping programmers in all aspects of programming. David has written for magazines like the VB Programmers Journal and has published three books (the latest is "David McCarter's .NET Coding Standards" available at: He is one of the founders and directors of the 18+ year old San Diego .NET Developers Group ( In 2008 David won the INETA Community Excellence Award for his involvement in the .NET community. David is also an inventor of a software printing system that was approved by the US Patient Office in May 2008. David will have a limited number of his latest book to sell ($12) and a DVD full of previous sessions on video, slides, code and more ($15) at the end of each session. Please try to bring exact change or a check. All session slides and videos will be available at:
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Röck Yoür Technical Interview (Part 1)
Röck Yoür Technical Interview (Part 2)
Röck Yoür Cöde With Visual Studio Add-ins
Röck Yoür .NET Cöding Standards

David Riley

Have 30+yrs as an IT professional 20+ years using microsoft programming tools

Intergrating Team Foundation 2013 with Sharepoint and Project Server 2013 Part 1

Hattan Shobokshi

Hattan Shobokshi is a software developer, technical speaker & Microsoft MVP. Hattan is responsible for developing applications on a variety of platforms including web and mobile devices. He is passionate about delivering scalable applications that adhere to industry best practices. He is Vice President of the Los Angeles .NET user group as well as a member of the organizing committee for SoCal Code Camp. He regularly presents at local user groups and code camps. Hattan is also one of the founding members and organizers of JavaScript Saturday Los Angeles.
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Angular JS with ASP.NET MVC and WebAPI
JavaScript Simplified: Closures, Prototypes, Promises, and more
Introducing ASP.NET vNext

Matt Ingenthron

Matt Ingenthron is a member of the Web Infrastructure team in the Global Systems Practice at Sun Microsystems where he assists customers with how Sun technologies fit in to their web based products and services.

More Responsive, More Engaging with Node.js and Couchbase Server

Jeff Morris

Software developer/engineer focusing on NoSQL and related topics, frameworks and SDK's.
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Bringing the SQL back to NoSQL: Querying JSON w/N1QL

Jimmy Muga

Web Developer for TMZ. Specializing in elasticsearch, Redis, CQRS, AWS services, .Net, PHP.

elasticsearch: Advanced tips & tricks
elasticsearch: What you need to know

Ryan Milbourne

Java dev. Bitcoin Evangelist.
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Bitcoin 101:The Digital Currency Revolution

Mario Hernandez

Over 10 years of experience in Web Design and 7 years experience as a Front-end Developer. Web Developer and Lead Designer for the largest Federal Court in the country. I also run my own independent freelance business. Intensive experience in web design, best practices and web standards. Very well versed with today's trends in web design and development and I am committed to create great products that are easy to use and visually compelling. Well-versed in Responsive Web Design and have strong knowledge of SEO best practices. Specialties Web Design, Drupal, CSS, CSS3, XHTML, Wireframing, Prototyping, Web Standards, Responsive Web Design, Front-End Frameworks such as Bootstrap, Foundation Zurb and others. Twitter: @designsdrive Web:
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Responsive Web Design using Sass

Ron Diamond

Ron Diamond is a developer/architect/consultant, specializing in native iOS development. He has worked with an array of clients, from small startups to Fortune 500 companies. @Ron_Diamond

Intro to Git Concepts (for SVN users, and DVCS newbs)

Rob Davarnia

Rob (Sohrab) was born in Iran. He started programming when he was 9, and moved to the U.S. at the age of 16. He works with PHP, Java, and C++. He is a huge supporter of WordPress, Drupal, and Joomla!. He is currently working on his degree in Computer Engineering. In his free time, he enjoys contributing to the open-source projects, working out, watching movies, and reading... @robdvr
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Getting Sassy with Sass and Compass

Sam Davarnia

BDD with Cucumber

Troy Miles

Troy currently has fun writing full stack code with ASP.NET MVC or Node.js on the backend and web or mobile up front. He started coding over 30 years ago, cutting his teeth writing games for C64, Apple II, and IBM PCs. After burning out he moved on to Windows system programming before catching Internet fever just before the dot net bubble burst. After realizing that mobile devices were the perfect window into backend data, he add mobile programming to his repertoire. He randomly posts interesting code nuggets on his blog:
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Cross Platform Mobile Apps with the Ionic Framework
Cross Platform Game Programming with Cocos2d-x (Windows 8)
Cross Platform Game Programming with Cocos2d-x (Android)


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