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Web Codecamp event in Cluj-Napoca, September 28

In September 28th, Codecamp is organizing in Cluj-Napoca an event that is dedicated to WEB developers. We will talk about Backbone.js, AngularJS, SignalR and how to make continuous delivery for web projects.
You can register here: http://codecamp-cluj-sept2013.eventbrite.com/
Agenda:
09:15-09:30
Sosirea participanților

09:30-10:30
Backbone.js
Dragos Andronic
Backbonejs - the library (not the framework). What can you expect from it: short introduction to its components.  Where does its role stop: what extensions are there on the field. Some thoughts after using Backbonejs in production code
10:30-11:30
AngularJS - mai multa actiune, mai putin cod
Simona Avornicesei
AngularJS este o librarie javascript construita de Google si multi alti contribuitori din lume in jurul ideei de simplificare a muncii dezvoltatorului web. In aceasta sesiune vom construi o aplicatie in ASP.NET MVC si AngularJS si vom discuta despre cum poate fi introdusa in proiecte deja existente, cu impact minim.
11:30-12:30
Automate all the things! - How continuous delivery can save your sanity
Attila-Mihaly Balazs
The talk will present solutions to automate the boring and repetitive aspects of software development (build, test, quality inspection, deployment). We will look at concrete software solutions (Jenkins, Git, GitHub, Gerrit, SonarQube) and how they can be integrated together to save software development teams countless hours in repetitive tasks.
12:30-13:30
Real-time fluent communication using SignalR and Cloud
Radu Vunvulea
This session will explore how SignalR can make our life easier to create real-time application that works on any kind of device or browser.

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