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Summer Codecamp at Cluj-Napoca (July 31)

At the end of this month Codecamp will organize a community event in Cluj-Napoca. This event will be dedicated to Team Foundation Server 2012, System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012, Visual Studio 2013 and Cloud. With all this systems we will discover how to manage and write betters test (unit-test and load-tests).
Registration link: codecamp-cluj-iulie2013.eventbrite.com

Agenda (for Romanians):
18:15-18:30 - Sosirea participanților
18:30-19:30 - Managementul testelor cu Team Foundation Server 2012 si System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012, Adrian Stoian
19:30-20:30 - Load Tests using Visual Studio 2013 and cloud, Radu Vunvulea

Special thanks for our sponsors:
Yonder

coresystems

Comments

  1. Salut Radu,

    Se vor inregistra sesiunile, sau se va face live streaming?
    Te intreb fiindca m-a intrebat un coleg, deoarece sunt unele persoane in Brasov interesante de eveniment.

    Mersi,
    Paul.

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    1. Salut,

      Din cauza la conexiune nu cred ca o sa putem sa facem live stream. O sa incercam sa inregistram cele doua prezentari si sa facem share la continut dupa eveniment. Dupa eveniment o sa public pe blog link-ul la prezentari.

      O zi buna,
      Radu V.

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