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Sam Abraham Software Engineer/Architect: Putting Customers First
I had the pleasure of attending and speaking at the Tampa .Net Code Camp 2010. I covered MVC3 and NuGet. I also leveraged the lunch break to show most of Scott Hanselman’s highly rated open source PDC10 session. To watch Scott’s video please visit:
Mr and Mrs. Keith Kabza and the VisualGov team’s hard work was quiet visible at the nicely organized event where all went smooth from early morning registration to the after party.
Topics covered at community-driven events such as code camps usually mirror current local interests in cutting-edge technologies. Interest was particularly high in Windows Phone 7 as highlighted by the numerous sessions and different areas covered.
I spoke on the latest ASP.Net MVC3 RC, Razor Syntax, Helpers and NuGet and had the pleasure of getting audience feedback and input on these promising technologies. Interest was obviously high as it attracted over 40 attendees and completely filled the room.
In conclusion, the Tampa .Net Code Camp 2010 presented a unique experience where I got to interact, discuss and share with the local Tampa .Net Community. I look forward to visiting Tampa again soon and to attending the Tampa .Net Code Camp 2011 next year. (At the rate MVC is evolving, I will probably be submitting a session on ASP.Net MVC 6 :))

--Sam Abraham

Posted on Tuesday, November 16, 2010 8:56 AM , Tech Talk , MVC2 , WebMatrix , ASP .Net MVC 3 , Razor Pages , ASP.Net Web Pages , MVC 3 , NuPack , NuGet | Back to top

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