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Post event - Intâlnire CodeCamp la Cluj-Napoca - 24 martie 2012


Ieri, 24 martie 2012, a avut loc un nou eveniment de primavara pentru comunitate. Acesta a fost organizat de catre CodeCamp in Cluj-Napoca. Fata de alte evenimente CodeCamp pe care le-am organizat in Cluj, acesta a fost cel mare de pana acuma (peste 115 persoane). Speram ca si in viitor sa avem acelasi numar de participant. Pe aceasta cale vreau sa le multumesc tuturor pentru participare.
Au fost 5 prezentari foarte interesante despre diferite subiecte.
Mihai Nadăș - Globally distributed DNS service with Windows Azure's Traffic Manager
Florin Coros - Good Unit Tests Ask For Quality Code
Radu Vunvulea - ASP.NET MVC 3 - Bad practices
Levente Veres - How to create easily Workflows and present with Visio in SharePoint 2010
Mihai Tataran -    
Building elastic, autoscalable solutions with Windows Azure
Daca in viitor doriti sa tineti prezentari in Cluj-Napoca si nu numai, va rog sa ma contactati.
 
As vrea sa le multumesc sponsoriilor ca ne-au ajutat sa organizam acest eveniment. Pe langa o locatie si o masa excelenta am avut parte si de multe premii oferite de catre sponsori.

Gazda evenimentului:
   SoftVision
Sponsori:
Yonder          iQuest

Mai jos puteti sa gasiti cateva poze de la acest eveniment

12, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

In cadrui acestui eveniment am tinut o prezentare cu titlul: ASP.NET MVC 3 - Bad practice pe care o puteti gasi  mai jos.

Multumim tuturor pentru participare si ne vedem in mai la ITCamp.
Link spre anuntul evenimentului

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