Category Archives: AustinCodeCamp

Announcing Austin Code Camp 2014

It’s that time of year again to hold our annual Austin Code Camp, hosted by the Austin .NET User Group: Austin 2014 Code Camp We’re at a new location this year at New Horizons Computer Learning Center Austin, as our … Continue reading 

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Redgate is a Platinum Sponsor of Austin Code Camp 2010

  Red Gate Software makes ingeniously simple tools for over 500,000 Microsoft technology professionals working with SQL Server, .NET, and Exchange Server.  The company’s product line includes must-have tools for .NET developers who program in C# or VB.NET. Download your … Continue reading 

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DiscountASP.Net is a Platinum Sponsor of Austin Code Camp 2010

DiscountASP.NET delivers the best value in cutting edge, enterprise-class shared ASP.NET Hosting through continuous innovation. We offer One Hosting Plan and Add-ons in the US and UK. Information at www.discountasp.net On behalf of the Austin .Net Users Group (ADNUG) and … Continue reading 

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DevExpress is a Platinum Sponsor of Austin Code Camp 2010

Developer Express Inc. develops Feature-Complete Components for ASP.Net and Winforms, Reporting Tools, IDE Add-ins, and Business Application Frameworks for Visual Studio. Information at www.devexpress.com On behalf of the Austin .Net Users Group (ADNUG) and every attendee of Code Camp 2010, … Continue reading 

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Austin Code Camp material posted

I’ve (finally) posted my slides and code from Austin Code Camp: Intro to C# 3.0 Mocks and Stubs Legacy Code All code includes before and after solutions, along with descriptive comments on the changes made (and why). The slides aren’t … Continue reading 

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Austin Code Camp 2008 post-mortem

I really hate the word “post-mortem.”  Did someone die?  Anyway, I had a great time in my talks over: Legacy Code Intro to C# 3.0 Mocks and Stubs All in all, I felt the Legacy Code talk went the best … Continue reading 

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