This is the list of presenters from Code Camp LA II that was held on the weekend of 11/21/2009

We hope you enjoyed this Code Camp and will join us for the next one.

 

Abhijit Gadkari

Architect,Wells Fargo - background includes M.S. in IS and CS. Programming for over 10 years in C,C++,C#,etc. My research is focused on building SaaS based IT infrastructure and distributed computing. Blog: http://soaas.blogspot.com and on codeproject at http://is.gd/YlG/abhi
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Build SQL Azure based App in 30 minutes


Chris Smith

Chris Smith works at Microsoft on the F# team. His role as a software design engineer in test gives him a unique mastery of the F# language. Chris has a masters degree in computer science from the University of Washington and a burning passion for any tasty drink which comes with an umbrella. You can find him online at http://blogs.msdn.com/chrsmith


F# for Architects


Adam Cogan

Adam Cogan is the Chief Architect at SSW, a Microsoft Certified Gold Partner specializing in custom .NET, SharePoint and Business Intelligence solutions. At SSW, Adam has been developing custom solutions for businesses across a range of industries such as Government, banking, insurance and manufacturing since 1990 for clients such as Microsoft, Quicken, and the Fisheries Research and Development Corporation. Some of Adam's project highlights have been: * Being lead developer on Australia's first live ASP.NET site - using a version that was pre Beta 1. * Developing the Smart Tag implementation for Quicken Australia * Developing the Reporting Services and Exchange Server samples for Microsoft that turned into a hugely popular Exchange Reporting Tool. Giving the first BI solutions on Exchange Server Data. * Developing the SharePoint site for Worley Parsons which was the largest public facing site at the time (it used the built in Web Content Management features, proving the SharePoint Platform for all companies). Adam is one of only three Microsoft Regional Directors in Australia . In this role, he regularly presents in conferences such as TechEd (USA, Australia, New Zealand and Malaysia). A couple of times a year, he visits Microsoft headquarters in Seattle to learn the latest on Microsoft strategic directions and to undertake training in development technologies.


*NEW* Team Foundation Server 2010 (TFS) for Successful Project Management


Alejandro Espinoza

Alex Espinoza is a Chief Software Architect and founder of Structum. Alex has 13 years of Experience in Software Design and Development. He especializes in Distributed Systems and Enterprise Systems Integration. He enjoys writing code (which has become a very hefty habit), building stuff with his computer, and playing the guitar to the sounds of The Cure and The Gathering. He is passionately in love with Emacs, and refuses to leave it in favor of Visual Studio (which is a very productive tool). He is well versed in C/C++, C#, Java, Asp.Net, Php & Javascript. He is also knowledgeable of Linux, which used to be his passion of college years. [Site: http://structum.net/] [Twitter: http://twitter.com/alespinoza] [Blog: http://neonlabs.structum.net/] [email: aespinoza AT structum.net]


Interoperability in the Cloud


Andrew Karcher

I am a Data Professional that is super passionate about the ability of data to drive change in our world, work, and personal lives. I have over 15 years of experience across multiple roles, companies and technologies. A passion for learning is core to how I approach life. Over 10+ years I have spoken at User Groups, Code Camps, SQL Saturdays and Conferences along with supporting my local community as a SQL Saturday Organizer, User Group leader, and advocate for community involvement for all technology professionals. I was also recognized by Microsoft as a four-time SQL Server MVP for my technical community contributions.
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What's new in SQL 2008 R2 : StreamInsight
What's new in SQL Server 2008 R2: Reporting Services


Ash Tewari

I have been developing software for over 10 years. I enjoy interacting with the members of software development community and very interested in sharing perspectives and insights with others. In my free time, I like to experiment with new tools, techniques, technology and concepts. In the process, I sometimes create something useful too ! I have started a couple of open source projects and I blog at http://www.tewari.info


If it walks like a Scrum ...


Brad Cunningham

I am an independent software consultant based in the San Diego, CA area. Check out my website if you would like to discuss your upcoming project http://www.BradCunningham.net. I have been a Microsoft MVP for C# since 2010 https://mvp.support.microsoft.com/profile/Brad.Cunningham I have over 10 years of industry experience developing a wide range of desktop and web based applications for many different industries. I am regular speaker at the Southern California Rock and Roll code camp events and both San Diego .NET User groups San Diego .NET Developers Group and San Diego .NET User Group. I also host monthly Nerd Dinner events in San Diego and am the co-chairman of the San Diego Tech Immersion Group http://www.sdtig.com
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Expression Blend 101
XAML roundtable discussion


Bart De Smet

A former Visual C# MVP, Bart De Smet now works at Microsoft Corporation on the WPF dev team in an SDE role. Prior to this new challenge, Bart was active in the Belgian community evangelizing various Microsoft technologies, most of the time focusing on CLR, language innovation and frameworks. In his evangelism role, he's been speaking at various events and attended several international conferences including TechEd Europe, IT Forum and the PDC. In 2005, Bart graduated as a Master of Informatics from Ghent University, Belgium. Two years later, Bart became a Master of Computer Science Software Engineering from the same university. Bart spends his free time lurking around in dark corners of languages, runtimes and type systems. No wonder he's thrilled about all language-related innovations.


Extending LINQ
.NET Reactive Framework


Ben Aminnia

Ben Aminnia is a database architect and .NET developer at Pointer Corporation www.pointercorp.com with over 20 years of experience developing database systems as well as managing a team of SQL Server developers and DBAs. He's also the president of Los Angeles SQL Server Professionals Group www.sql.la and and the architect of Virtual Information Portal (VIP) System www.vipletters.com.


Taking SQL Server to a New Height with ASP.NET, XSLT and XML - Part 1 - Foundation of the VIP System
Taking SQL Server to a New Height with ASP.NET, XSLT and XML - Part 2 - Adding Reports and Charts


Bret Stateham

I am Microsoft Developer Evangelist based in San Diego. I have been working with Microsoft technologies since 1992 and speaking about Microsoft server platforms since 1998. You can learn more about me via my blog at http://BretStateham.com, or follow @BretStateham on twitter.


Wiimote Whiteboard
SQL Server Reporting Services 2008 - Tablix


LEE SALAZAR, MBA

CEO / President of StandOUT Global, the technology provider for Asian-US Business Summit & Expo. Background: J2EE DEVELOPER SINCE 1996. SELF-EMPLOYED IN 1997. INCORPORATED IN 2001. GOVT SUB-CONTRACTOR SINCE 2003. 2008 began summer internships for unemployed programmers needing to make the shift into innovative technologies.


From CodeMonkey to CEO


Carlton Nettleton

Carlton Nettleton, is an Agile software development consultant and thought-leader in San Diego County.  He provides advice, mentoring, coaching and training to teams and programs looking to improve software quality, team work, productivity and apply Lean thinking to software projects.  As President of Look Forward Consulting (www.lookforwardconsulting.com) he has over nine years of experience with software development as a contributor, facilitator and leader from small start-ups to FDA regulated medical products. He co-founded Agile San Diego in 2002 and has been a Certified ScrumMaster since 2005. He is Certified Scrum Practitioner and trained Innovation Games® facilitator. 
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Experiencing Agile Through Games
Insights into Scrum Illuminated by Lean
Techniques for Improving Distributed Scrum Teams


Craig Berntson

Craig Berntson has a passion for community and helping other developers improve their skills and is a frequent speaker at developer events. Craig also writes the regular Software Gardening column in .NET Curry Magazine and is the co-author of Continuous Integration in .NET available from Manning. He has been named a Microsoft MVP every year since 1996 and is a GrapeCity Community Influencer. Currently he works as a Senior Software Engineer at Quicken Loans. Contact him at craig@craigberntson.com, through his blog at http://blogs.msmvps.com/craigber, or on Twitter at www.twitter.com/craigber.


Domain Driven Design for the Average Application
Continuous Integration in .NET


Daniel Marashlian

Daniel has specialized his career in leading/creating the technology for successful startups and enterprises. Daniel is the co-founder and CTO of Portfolium, where they're connecting learning with opportunity. Former CTO and creator of TweetPhoto which supports a giant piece of the photo sharing ecosystem on Twitter. "When people ask me what I do, I always say, everything it takes to run a top website in the world."
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Starting an internet business in the new social web era, and how to stay ahead of the game.


David McCarter

David McCarter is a Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional), and developer, architect, consultant, professional code reviewer and interviewer in San Diego, California. He is the editor-in-chief of dotNetTips.com... a web site dedicated to helping software engineers in all aspects of programming since 1994. David has written for programming magazines and has published many books including "David McCarter's .NET Coding Standards" available at: http://bit.ly/dotnetdavestore. He is one of the founders and directors of the San Diego .NET Developers Group (www.sddotnetdg.org) for 20 years. 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. His Microsoft MVP profile is located at: http://bit.ly/davidmvp
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dotNetDave's Favorite Programming Tools
Why You Need .NET Coding Standards (2009)
Building nTier Applications with Entity Framework Services
Building Rich & Interactive Web Applications with ASP.NET AJAX


John Bowen

John Bowen is a Lead Software Engineer with InterKnowlogy. In this role he both develops software and provides technical leadership for large scale projects with larger teams, usually in the areas of WPF, Silverlight and Surface. These include projects which have been the subject of Microsoft case studies and received awards for technology innovation. John is also a Microsoft MVP for Client Application Development and provides training for both clients and at community and Microsoft sponsored events across the U.S. John has been writing software since majoring in computer science at the University of Southern California and at Boston University where he graduated in 2001.


Leveraging Blend in the XAML Application Development Process
XAML roundtable discussion


Ivan Sanders

Ivan Sanders a SharePoint server MVP is an independent consultant with more than 15 years of broad-based hands-on experience with the design and development of mission-critical applications and innovative information management strategies in the enterprise deployment of Microsoft products, and delivering nothing but Microsoft SharePoint solutions since 2004. Ivan is active in the SharePoint Community through the MSDN and TechNet forums, TechEd and PDC Birds of a Feather, SharePoint Saturday, DevConnections, SharePoint ShopTalk, INETA, GITCA, and Local Southern California User Groups. Ivan can be found bi-weekly on SharePoint ShopTalk or http://twitter.com/iasanders, http://www.linkedin.com/in/iasanders, and his New blog http://msmvps.com/blogs/ivansanders/default.aspx MVP Profile: http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/profile/Ivan.Sanders
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SharePoint as a Development Platform


John Kuhn

John Kuhn is a Senior Software Engineer and Project Manager at PDSA, Inc., where he works with a diverse portfolio of clients to develop solutions for e-commerce, content management, data migration, business intelligence and business process automation. He has more than nineteen years experience as a developer, working in bio-technology, healthcare and consulting, with experience in project management, software design & architecture, enterprise application integration and business intelligence. John is the author of Developer’s Guide to SQL Reporting Services 2005 (ASIN # 0979374855) and has spoken at several user groups and code camp events in Southern California. He has been developing business and reporting solutions on Microsoft platforms since 1992, and started working with .NET when it was released in 2002. He has a B.A. in Political Science from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a certificate in Information Technology Management from University of California, Irvine Extension, and is a Microsoft Certified Application Developer for .NET.
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Best Practices for Reporting Services 2008


Jeffrey Peacock

Jeffrey Peacock is the UC Irvine instructor for "Application Development for Android Devices" and "Advanced Android Application Development" He's also an independent contractor developing enterprise Android applications for a variety of clients. For over 25-years he's worked in a variety of technology spaces including 10+ years developing mobile applications for e-commerce, security, medical, and advertising/entertainment/media. Past lives include e-commerce/web development; medical applications; interactive cable TV; Hierarchical Storage Management; and even Unix System Development for Bell Labs. He's the founder of the Orange County Embedded Java Users Group (c. 2006), and an author/contributor of open source embedded and micro-edition Java libraries. He's been working with Android since it's release and was a participant in the Android Developer Challenge.


Advanced Android Development
Android 101


Josh Long

Josh Long is an enterprise architect, consultant, and author. When he's not hacking on code, he can be found at the local Java User Group or at the local coffee shop. Josh likes solutions that push the boundaries of the technologies that enable them. His interests include scalability, BPM, grid processing, mobile computing and so-called "smart" systems. He maintains a blog at http://www.joshlong.com, and can be reached at services@joshlong.com.


Getting Started With Spring Integration



Jon Flanders

Jon is most at home spelunking, trying to figure out exactly how things work. Jon wrote Essential ASP for Addison-Wesley, and co-authored Mastering Visual Studio.NET for O'Reilly, and is currently working on a book on REST and WCF for O'Reilly. Jon has also been involved with Windows Workflow Foundation and Windows Communication Foundation since early betas and currently is interested in helping Microsoft developers learn about REST.


Building Visual Studio 2010 Extensions
SharePoint 2010 for hardcore developers


Kent Cross

Kent Cross has been a software engineer for over 32 years. During this time he has written programs for the MITS Altair 8080, the Commodore Amiga, the Hughes 5118, FAA Radar systems and the scoreboard at Jack Murphy Stadium. He's a consummate punch card maker (a skill not much in demand anymore), and, yes, has debugged a paper-tape program using scissors and scotch tape. Nowadays he manages the Atlassian Tool Suite at a large company supporting over 50 projects and a very large user base.


Making Windows Installers (.msi files) Using WiX


Kristian Hermansen

I am an occasional security dude aged 0x1A. I got into "hacking" in my early teen years by messing around with video game cheats. I extended that interest into software cracking on Windows and network security. Things just seemed to balloon out from there. I started work in the Fortune 500 at seventeen years old, right out of high school. I have since worked for IBM, Cisco Systems, EMC, and others. Now I enjoy riding bicycles long distances, hiking, and playing music. However, I also need to fill my time outside of work with intellectual stimulation and I get that done by breaking systems. My day job involves playing defense. LINKS: * Professional Info http://www.linkedin.com/in/kristianhermansen


Get Hacked, Live!


Chris Eargle

Chris Eargle is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional - Visual C# (C# MVP) and INETA Community Champion from Columbia, SC. Besides designing and developing software at South Carolina Farm Bureau, he runs the local .NET User Group: the Columbia Enterprise Developers Guild. In his spare time he travels to conferences and user groups to promote best practices and new technologies in the development community.


RESTful Data
Mash Up - ASP.NET MVC, Bing, Bing Map, and Flickr


Leo Vernazza

Leo Vernazza has been working in domain specific languages and model-driven techniques to build user interfaces for over five years. He began with his degree thesis and then launched a technology start-up company after completing his schooling at the Universidad de la República Oriental del Uruguay. Currently, he works as a software engineer at ComponentOne, the leading component vendor in the Microsoft Visual Studio Industry Partner program, where he directs the Silverlight and Windows Presentation Foundation development teams. Leo has presented his work at several conferences both in the academic and the commercial world.


Time to deploy in Silverlight - Learn tips and tricks for optimal deployment of Silverlight 3 apps


Li Chen

Li Chen, MCSE, MCSD, MCDBA, SCJP, SCDJWS and SCWCD, is a former 4 time Microsoft MVP. He has been a Microsoft certified developer since 1996. He is the developer of VBScript.net compiler and ASP Classic Compiler (http://www.codeplex.com/aspclassiccompiler). He is currently a software architect with XDimmensional Technologies, Inc., a software and cloud technology company in Orange county.
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C# 4.0 Dynamic feature and Dynamic Language Runtime 2: The DSL experience
C# 4.0 Dynamic feature and Dynamic Language Runtime 1: Why it matters


Lisa Feigenbaum

Lisa Feigenbaum is a Community Program Manager for Visual Studio Managed Languages. She has been a member of the Visual Studio team since 2004. Before her current role, Lisa was the Program Manager for the Visual Basic Editor and Debugger. You can find Lisa on Channel9 or read her posts on the VB team blog http://blogs.msdn.com/vbteam. Before joining Microsoft, Lisa earned an M.Sc. and B.A. in Applied Mathematics from Harvard University.


A Lap Around Visual Studio 2010 for the Visual Basic Developer


Llewellyn Falco

Llewellyn learned to jump horses in the 7th grade while living in France. Back in states, while studying drafting in high school, he started fire eating, sleight of hand magic, and once rode a unicycle 6 miles. After learning to juggle torches, he joined a acrobatics group in college where he specialized on the trampoline and walking a slack rope. He can calculate the cube root of any perfect cube under 1,000,000 in his head, as well as pick a standard lock. He can rollerblade down a flight of stairs, backwards. Later, he has learned to play the doumbek (a type of drum), to accompaniment a belly dancing girlfriend. Llewellyn studied Tai Chi for 2 years, can throw a knife at 20 feet, and a playing card at 50. He has taught swing dancing, and loves to salsa. He is also an accomplished speed chess player. In the last year, he has been scuba diving over 20 times, become a guitar hero, and broke his personal record of paddle balling over 200 times. Llewellyn attributes his success to the large amount of caffeine he has consumed, and enjoys computer programming in his spare time. He is also a Developmentor Instructor, Agile2010 Speaker, and guest on .Net Rocks!
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• Code Excellence for the Average Programmer - Part 2
• Code Excellence for the Average Programmer - Part 1
Coding Dojo - Sunday Session
Coding Dojo - Saturday Session
Unit Testings the Easy Way


Mark Rosenberg

Mark Rosenberg has been writing software with Microsoft technologies for the last 10 years. He has been speaking to user groups and at code camps for the last 2 years and been a certified trainer for the last year. Mark likes to talk to developers and has been talking to anyone who will listen. He is very active in the community, both speaking at user groups and running 2 user groups in Southern California. As if that was not enough he also is the INETA User Group liaison in Southern California and is on the INETA Speakers Bureau Committee. He currently is working as an senior development instructor at QuickStart Intelligence which is a training company with offices in California


Mid level ASP .NET
Beginning ASP .NET


Michael Krasowski

Michael is Vice President of Development at PDSA, Inc. and brings over 32 years of Information Technology experience to bear at his position. Prior to joining the PDSA team, Michael was the Director of Information Technology at the Long Beach division of Boeing. He was responsible for all aspects of computing – strategic planning, architecture, application lifecycle, asset management, and outsource management – where he managed a budget of over $90 million dollars and 140+ people. Michael’s responsibilities at PDSA are to manage all projects and personnel while ensuring quality services are delivered on time and on budget to our valued clients. He has been instrumental in defining and executing a solid internal business and engineering process to ensure quality services. Michael also has been an instructor at UCLA and University of California, Irvine's extension program since 1985. He instructs or has instructed the following courses: Microsoft.NET, Advanced Visual Basic, and Relational/Distributed Database Management and Design. Michael holds a Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics and a Master's Degree in Computer Science from UCLA, and has published several articles on database management, SQL Server and Visual Basic. He has also spoken at industry conferences, such as Advisor’s DevCon and Informant Conferences on Microsoft Technologies and best practices.
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Project Management Best Practices


Mike Vincent

Mike Vincent is a veteran software entrepreneur and solutions architect based in Orange County, California and Kona, Hawaii. He currently provides clients throughout North America with application lifecycle management training, consultation and Scrum coaching primarily focusing on Microsoft .NET technology. He has been in the software business for over 30 years in addition to marketing management, construction management and structural engineering positions. Actively involved in the user group community since the early 90's, Mike is a past Vice President and Treasurer of INETA Noram. He is a frequent presenter at developer events including Microsoft TechEd and PDC. He is a Visual Studio Application Lifecycle Management MVP, Professional Scrum Master, Professional Scrum Product Owner, and Professional Scrum Developer Trainer.
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Scrum Fundamentals


Martin Shoemaker

Martin L. Shoemaker is a software developer whose career spans 19 different Microsoft operating systems (plus Windows 98 and Windows ME, which he cleverly avoided). He has worked in the fields of color science, on-line shopping, databases, material handling, medical imaging, laboratory test management, customer relations management, vehicle diagnostics, insurance, and RFID. He is also a frequent speaker, having presented to Software Development West, Software Development East, Software Development Best Practices, Visual Studio Live, Visual C++ Developers Conference, UML World, Rational Users Conference, Web Services Edge, and developer groups in 13 states (and counting). He has also taught UML to corporate clients across the country and around the world, including Microsoft, the University of Michigan, Hewlett-Packard, and Intuit. His latest UML education effort is Ulterior Motive Lounge (http://www.UlteriorMotiveLounge.com), the world’s first UML comic strip. As The UML Guy (http://www.TheUMLGuy.com), Martin is available both as an instructor and as a consultant and mentor, offering his guidance and expertise to clients who need high-quality requirements analysis and design services with UML, as well as custom software in the .NET and Windows Mobile environments.


Everything You Know About UML Is Wrong (But We Can Fix You!)
Ink in 60 Seconds: Why you may already be a Tablet PC/Touch programmer
Dee Jay: A Voice-Controlled Juke Box for Windows 7


Denny Cherry

Denny Cherry has over a decade of experience managing SQL Server, including MySpace.com’s over 175 million user installation, one of the largest in the world. Denny’s areas of technical expertise include system architecture, performance tuning, replication and troubleshooting. Denny uses these skills on a regular basis in his current role as a Sr. Database Administrator at Phreesia. Denny currently holds several Microsoft Certifications related to SQL Server as well as being a Microsoft MVP. Denny is a longtime member of PASS and Quest Software’s Association of SQL Server Experts and has written numerous technical articles on SQL Server management.
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Reading the SQL Server Execution Plan - Repeat
SQL Server Indexing for the Client Developer
Reading the SQL Server Execution Plan
Storage for the DBA
SQL Server Indexing for the Client Developer - Repeat


Nuri Halperin

Nuri Halperin consults, develops, and teaches software development with passion. He designs and builds systems, websites and line of business applications. He has been getting things done for a variety clients small and large. From founding CTO of Jdate.com to international e-commerce multilingual websites, to social photo sharing - he's been working to meld new ideas and techniques with solid engineering know-how. He is an author for pluralsight.com, and provides hands on training for companies and individuals. Nuri is a frequent speaker at tech events. He enjoys interacting with developers and helping people reach that "Aha!" moment. Nuri is a Mongo Master, certified MongoDB DBA and Developer, and the inaugural recipient of MongoDB's William Zola Outstanding Contributor Award. http://plusnconsulting.com/
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Advanced C#: Do More with Less Code. Fluent Interfaces, LINQ, Reflection, Aggregation, and More!
Extending MVC


Peter Harrington

scientific computing, Objective C, C++, C, C#, Java, iPhone, Android Peter has two degrees in electrical engineering. He worked for Intel Corp. for 7 years, and currently works for a Silicon Valley Startup doing iPhone development.


integrating maps into your iPhone application


Giuseppe Persiani

Developing application since 1983 I found a real passion more than a job that can support my life. Made part of teams that worked in many different programming fields, from ERP to Military, Banking to Online Entertainment.


Developing Web 2.0 applications using Java and Ajax


Paul Sheriff

Paul D. Sheriff is the President of PDSA, Inc. (www.PDSAServices.com). PDSA develops custom business applications specializing in web and mobile technologies. Since 1991 PDSA has successfully delivered advanced custom application software to a wide range of customers and diverse industries. With a team of dedicated experts, PDSA delivers cost effective solutions, on-time and on-budget using innovative tools and processes to better manage today's complex and competitive environment.
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From Zero to N-Tier in 75 Minutes
WPF 101
WPF for the Business Programmer


RG Thiyagarajan

Based in LA, CA, RG Thiyagarajan is a principal consultant with Neudesic, one of Microsoft’s leading .NET professional services firm and Gold certified Partner. RG has around 20 years of experience in software architecture, design and development, mostly utilizing Microsoft technologies. Currently RG is involved with Azure technologies and hosting LA Azure user group meetings. http://www.azureusergroup.com/group/laazureusergroup


Azure 101
Introudction to TFS 2010


Richard Fencel

Mr. Fencel has been programming small computers since 1972 and has in recently years specialized in C# and Silverlight. He has published a book entitle Make and Version Control with Polytron
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Dependency Properties in Silverlight
Automated Grid layout in Silverlight and WPF


Rick Martinez

Rick Martinez is a developer for a medical company. Rick is experienced with SQL SERVER and .NET Framework-Application Development.


SQL Server 2005 T-SQL for Your Daily Use Part II
SQL Server 2005 T-SQL for Your Daily Use


Robert Altland

Based in Irvine, California, Robert Altland is a Principal Consultant with Neudesic, one of Microsoft’s leading .NET professional service firms and Gold Certified Partners. Robert’s career has spanned the spectrum from design to development, which among other things has enabled him to better bridge the gap between designers and developers. He is an active member of the southern California developer community as a frequent presenter at regional code camps and user groups, where he shares his knowledge and experience about front end development.


Browser Integration in Silverlight
What's new in Silverlight 4



Steve Bearman

Steve Bearman is an independent software developer with his company, Suzy B Studios, where he innovates, designs, and develops web and client software for all sectors from science and engineering through finance--especially the thorny, complex problems where architecture, algorithms, and performance are critical. Always available to help develop software, he often leads development teams. Along the way he taught graduate-level university computer science, successfully managed both marketing and operations as VP of a manufacturing corporation, and published technical papers dealing with data. He has a special fondness for good algorithms and appropriate technology.
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Advanced C#: Do More with Less Code. Fluent Interfaces, LINQ, Reflection, Aggregation, and More!


Stacey Broadwell

CEO of IT Talent Search. We represent & market Top Technology Talent to companies throughout Los Angeles on a contract, contract-to-hire & fulltime basis. I have the priviledge of working with the most sophisticated software developed by industry leaders/researchers and engage a remarkable team of recruiters. We are the resource that enables companies to stay current and competitive. I am strong believer of social media and technology to meet outstanding people and make introductions. I am an active participant in the LA Tech scene, panel driven networking events and code camps with break-out session. In addition, I am Director of Marketing for www.ladotnet.org @ UCLA. stacey@ITTalentSearch.com
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Using Technology & Social Media to Target Candidates & Jobs


Sarat Chandran

I have been in the tech industry for 15 years. For the last few years, I have focussed on mobile app development. My iPhone app ZipStats is live in the app store. ZipStats uses the latest mapkit api to compare statistics in a metro area.


Beginning iPhone development


scott hodson

Scott Hodson is President of Ubero, Inc, a local software development consultancy, developing solutions for clients in Orange County on .NET, Java, PHP and Ruby on Rails. Prior to starting Ubero Scott has worked for Plaid Brothers software, Starbase (Borland), Buy.com, Commerce5 and helped several start-ups and entrepreneurs turn their ideas into reality with software solutions. He co-founded the OCPatterns design patterns study group in 2001 as well as the OC Ruby users group in 2005. He holds a MS and BS in Computer Science from UCI and BYU.


Algorithmic Trading in C#
Algorithmic Trading in C# (Repeat)


Sharon Levy

Sharon is a Zend Certified Engineer in PHP5 whose primary specialty is PHP Development. She is AMP-centric, equally comfortable working with UNIX, Linux or Windows platforms. She is also one of SoCal Code Camp's very few regular speakers who advocate for open source technologies. Writing and public speaking activities compliment her primary focus, providing professional web development services for companies in diverse industries, from startups to the Fortune 500. The premier magazine php|architect has published several of her articles whose subjects range from email verification to web-based retrieval.
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.::* Open Source Web-based Retrieval *::.


Steve Evans

Steve Evans has been doing DevOps since before the term DevOps was invented. He is a Pluralsight Author, six time Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP), and technical Speaker at various industry events. In his spare time he manages a DevOps team at a Silicon Valley Biotech focused on improving the lives of cancer patients. For over 15 years Steve has focused on making technology better for businesses by bridging the gap between IT and Development teams. You can follow his technical blog at http://www.LoudSteve.com or find him on twitter at @TheLoudSteve.
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IT for Developers
IIS 7 for Developers
Active Directory Programming for Developers
Should Your Application Run in the Cloud?


Steve Andrews

Steve Andrews has been a successful software engineer for over sixteen years – four-time Microsoft MVP Award recipient, frequent technology conference speaker, and holder of multiple Microsoft and IBM certifications. He’s designed high-level custom software solutions for a wide range of international and U.S. companies and regularly gives his time as a technology mentor to startups in the greater Los Angeles area and beyond. In a past life, he worked for a small software company in the Pacific Northwest you probably haven’t heard of. Steve is currently the Founder and Executive Director of Platinum Bay Technologies, a social enterprise and limited-profit software technology company designed from the ground-up to successfully hire and employ people on the Autism Spectrum with software engineering career opportunities.


T4: Code Generation with Visual Studio 2008
May The Source Stay With You
Configuration and Deployment Management with Team Foundation Server


Stephen Walther

Stephen Walther is a member of the Microsoft Ajax Team. He is the author of several books including ASP.NET Unleashed and ASP.NET MVC Framework Unleashed. His blog is located at http://StephenWalther.com.


The New Microsoft Ajax Library


Todd Anglin

Todd Anglin is Chief Evangelist for Telerik, a leading vendor of development, team productivity, and automated testing tools, as well as UI components and content management solutions for Microsoft .NET. Todd is an active author and speaker in the .NET community, focusing on web development technologies, a Microsoft MVP, ASP Insider, founder and President of the North Houston .NET Users Group, and an O'Reilly author.
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Will It Blend? Building Websites with All Flavors of ASP.NET
Be Productive with MVC: Telerik Open Source Extensions for ASP.NET MVC [Vendor]


Tony Sneed

Tony Sneed is an instructor for the developer training company DevelopMentor, where he authors and teaches courses on the .NET platform and LINQ. He has been developing software for 15 years and worked for the Walt Disney Company in Burbank, where he developed enterprise-wide services for application security. He has spoken at the Microsoft TechEd Conference and writes for MSDN Magazine, where he recently authored an article on building N-Tier apps with LINQ to SQL and the Entity Framework. Tony now resides in Dallas where he enjoys cooking his world-famous chili recipe and producing videos of his young family. You can visit his blog at http://blog.tonysneed.com.


What's New in Entity Framework 4.0


Vladimir Drndarski

Vladimir Drndarski is the Principal Thinker of ThotSpots, Inc, an Orange County based software consultancy that he and his partner founded in 2004. He brings over 12 years of software development experience to designing and implementing enterprise level software. Vladimir has developed systems for warehousing, grocery store management, in-flight entertainment systems for both commercial and private aircraft, and is currently launching LendingLedger.com a peer to peer lending site designed to help people lending and borrowing from friends and family. Vladimir has been involved in agile development since 2000 when his group brought Extreme Programming in house to a team of 24 developers. He has spoken to many user groups about agile development and software practices.


SCRUM CLUB: Agile Requirements Gathering Workshop!


Vishal Joshi

I work with Web Platform & Tools team within Microsoft... My team builds ASP.NET, IIS & Visual Studio Web Developer... I am primarily focused on Visual Studio Web Developer and in past couple of years have worked on ASP.NET Web Deployment with MSDeploy, VS 2010 Multi-Targeting, SharePoint tooling with VS 2010, VS 2008 SP1, VWD Express, Web Deployment Project (WDP) for VS 2008, Web Application Projects, Web Site Projects and ASP.NET MVC... I write about my work at http://vishaljoshi.blogspot.com & http://twitter.com/VishalRJoshi.... Before joining Microsoft I use to be a Systems Architect with Compuware Corporation and Microsoft MVP for ASP.NET. During my leisure I love to do photography (http://photo.net/photodb/user?user_id=1069746) and spend time with my friends & family in Redmond, WA.
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A Killer Combo for Web Deployment: VS 2010 & MsDeploy


Wolf Paulus

My name is Wolf Paulus, a photographer, hiker, hacker, technologist based in Ramona, California. I'm currently working on Android projects, occasionally speak at developer conferences, and work on open source projects (Swixml, HessDroid, …). You can read much more and contact me at: http://wolfpaulus.com/ Hope to meet you at CodeCamp.
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Turning the Web on its head - let's have the server call the client
Writing a Web Service Client App for Android


Woody Zuill

Woody Zuill has been programming computers for 30+ years, and is an independent Agile Coach/Trainer/Consultant. Over the last 15+ years he has worked as an Agile Coach, Trainer, and Extreme Programmer. He believes code must be simple, clean, and maintainable to realize the Agile promise of Responding to Change. He spent many years as an artist/designer/manufacturer of graphics for televised sporting events where deadlines are for real. Loves Mob Programming. http://zuill.us/WoodyZuill/ http://mobprogramming.org/
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• Code Excellence for the Average Programmer - Part 2
• Code Excellence for the Average Programmer - Part 1
Coding Dojo - Sunday Session
Coding Dojo - Saturday Session


Woody Pewitt

Just a big geek who likes to have fun with code.
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What's up with Windows Mobile/Phone
Getting Things Done: 101