Session Schedules

Plan your weekend with the lists below! A session builder will be available within the mobile app.

Time Speakers Session
10:45AM - 11:55AM Josh Carroll Unlocking JavaScript via TypeScript
10:45AM - 11:55AM Jason Boc What's New in C#7k
10:45AM - 11:55AM Melissa Green Stop Killing Requirements!
10:45AM - 11:55AM Joseph Guadagno Look into your Application with Visual Studio Application Insights
10:45AM - 11:55AM Shawn Wildermuth Being a Better Developer: Learning Skills That Aren't On Your Resume
10:45AM - 11:55AM John Sterrett Performance Tuning Azure SQL Databases
10:45AM - 11:55AM Andrew Malek Tablets and Hybrids Need Mobile-Optimized Websites, Too!
10:45AM - 11:55AM Samir Behara Making developers lives easier with SQL Server 2016
10:45AM - 11:55AM Philip Japikse Introduction to Entity Framework Core
10:45AM - 11:55AM Daniel Barker Architecting the Future: Abstractions and Metadata
10:45AM - 11:55AM Steve Green Crafting Innovation
10:45AM - 11:55AM LIGHTNING
11:55AM - 12:55PM LUNCH
Time Speakers Session
12:55PM - 2:05PM James Bender “JavaScript” is Not a Dirty Word
12:55PM - 2:05PM Lee Brandt Dockerize Your .NET Development
12:55PM - 2:05PM Brant Boehmann Introduction to Graph Databases with Neo4J
12:55PM - 2:05PM Cameron Presley How To Have Code Reviews Developers Actually Want
12:55PM - 2:05PM Stjepan Rajko Slaying Epic Beasts: Planning and Executing Epics like an Agile Beowulf
12:55PM - 2:05PM Hilary Weaver-Robb Your QA Should Be Your BFF
12:55PM - 2:05PM Kristina Hardin Details of Design: The Fine Art of Designing Web Experiences
12:55PM - 2:05PM Jason Cox One Codebase to Rule Them All
12:55PM - 2:05PM Doguhan Uluca React vs Angular 2
12:55PM - 2:05PM Matt Loflin My Journey as a Microsoft Azure Program Manager
12:55PM - 2:05PM Haseeb Q. Giving Percentage Points? Crash-Course in Equity Vesting and Team Grants
12:55PM - 2:05PM LIGHTNING
2:15PM - 3:25PM Joel Marshall Basics of Domain Driven Design: the Building Blocks of Successful Architecture
2:15PM - 3:25PM Chris Keathley How to become a pro at Git
2:15PM - 3:25PM David Neal Public Speaking without Barfing on Your Shoes
2:15PM - 3:25PM Jamie Phillips A DevOps Story
2:15PM - 3:25PM Haseeb Q. Learning Node.js (Intermediate) -- Packages, Modularity & Express
2:15PM - 3:25PM Sam McClanahan Bits to Atoms, an introduction to the Fourth Industrial Revolution
2:15PM - 3:25PM Michael Luetjen Coding with character. It's the study of logic!
2:15PM - 3:25PM Jason Cox One Codebase to Rule Them All
2:15PM - 3:25PM Women In Technology Panel
2:15PM - 3:25PM Stan Paulauskas Nuclear Scrum : When Agile Practices meet Nuclear Physics
2:15PM - 3:25PM Brandon Bruce How to get to Minimum Viable Product
2:15PM - 3:25PM LIGHTNING
3:35PM - 4:45PM Reid Evans A Developer's Journey from Object Oriented to Functional Programming
3:35PM - 4:45PM Jeremy Fairbank Functional Programming Basics in ES6 (JavaScript)
3:35PM - 4:45PM Jim Wooley Getting started with Entity Framework Core
3:35PM - 4:45PM Shawn Wildermuth Developing ASP.NET Core in VS Code
3:35PM - 4:45PM Douglas Starnes Swift 3: Third Time's the Charm
3:35PM - 4:45PM Dan Thyer Mind Blowing Internet of Things (IoT) Projects with Cognitive Services
3:35PM - 4:45PM Magnus Stahre Taking a byte of Java Bytecode
3:35PM - 4:45PM Kevin Tuttle Hour(s) of Code - Don't Let Your Kids Grow Up To Be Lawyers
3:35PM - 4:45PM James Bender Write Better JavaScript with TDD
3:35PM - 4:45PM Paul Hacker Release Management with Team Services
3:35PM - 4:45PM Tommy Nguyen Onboarding: How to Set Clients up for Success
3:35PM - 4:45PM LIGHTNING
Time Speakers Session
9:00AM - 10:10AM Cameron Presley How Functional Programming Made Me A Better Developer
9:00AM - 10:10AM Jason Farrell Introduction to building iOS apps.... with Xamarin
9:00AM - 10:10AM Philip Japikse ASP.NET Core MVC - What you need to know
9:00AM - 10:10AM Paul Sheriff The Basics of How to Unit Test your Code
9:00AM - 10:10AM Douglas Starnes Python: What's in it for You
9:00AM - 10:10AM David Neal Fizz Good and the Art of Delivering Value
9:00AM - 10:10AM Christina Aldan Emotional Intelligence in Design
9:00AM - 10:10AM Steve Green Agile Architecture
9:00AM - 10:10AM Doguhan Uluca Do More with Less JavaScript
9:00AM - 10:10AM Gregory Beamer Automating the Software Delivery Pipeline: DevOps in the Real World
9:00AM - 10:10AM Jay Harris Growth: Moving Beyond “Independent Developer”
9:00AM - 10:10AM OPEN
10:20AM - 11:30AM Chris Gardner Education vs. Certification
10:20AM - 11:30AM Justin James Rapid REST API Development with Node and Sails
10:20AM - 11:30AM Allison Benneth Seven Awesome SQL Server Feature You Can Use ... For Free
10:20AM - 11:30AM Joseph Guadagno Bootstrap 4.0 – What’s new?
10:20AM - 11:30AM Jared Smith Figuring Out How You Got Hacked: An Introduction to Forensic Analysis and Volatility
10:20AM - 11:30AM Nate Taylor From Cholera to the Space Shuttle Challenger: What Can We Learn About Professionalism from Other Professionals?
10:20AM - 11:30AM Christina Aldan Emotional Intelligence in Design
10:20AM - 11:30AM Jeremy Clark I'll Get Back to You: Task, Await, and Asynchronous Methods in .NET
10:20AM - 11:30AM Melissa Green Coder Careers
10:20AM - 11:30AM Steven Swenson Writing and Deploying Scalable Applications using Azure Service Fabric
10:20AM - 11:30AM Erin Page Mentor/Mentee Mashup
10:20AM - 11:30AM Douglas Starnes Cross Platform Mobile UIs with Xamarin.Forms
11:30AM - 12:55PM LUNCH
Time Speakers Session
12:55PM - 2:05PM Reid Evans The 4 Steps to Becoming a Functional Programmer
12:55PM - 2:05PM Chris Gardner Unit Testing with xUnit.net
12:55PM - 2:05PM Barry Stahl Examples of Micro-Service Architectures
12:55PM - 2:05PM Matt Honeycutt Building Mobile Apps with Visual Studio Tools for Apache Cordova
12:55PM - 2:05PM Gretchen Knode Being Agile vs doing Agile.
12:55PM - 2:05PM Jay Harris Design for Non-Designers from a Non-Designer
12:55PM - 2:05PM Andrew Malek Developers: Why Care About the User?
12:55PM - 2:05PM Jeremey Clark Becoming a Social Developer: A Guide for Introverts
12:55PM - 2:05PM Mark Wilson Authentication in Angular
12:55PM - 2:05PM Adam Williams Knowing your aaS from a hole in the ground: Exploring SaaS, PaaS, CaaS, and IaaS
12:55PM - 2:05PM John Rouda Creating a part-time side hustle
12:55PM - 2:05PM LIGHTNING
2:15PM - 3:25PM Nate Taylor Let’s Get Functional with Elixir!
2:15PM - 3:25PM John Sterrett Make Your Own SQL Server Queries Go Faster!
2:15PM - 3:25PM Josh Gretz React Native In The Wild
2:15PM - 3:25PM Jason Bock Learning Rust
2:15PM - 3:25PM Steve Green Hacking Technical Debt
2:15PM - 3:25PM Hilary Weaver-Robb Testing RESTful Web Services
2:15PM - 3:25PM Christina Aldan User Experience at Every Level
2:15PM - 3:25PM Josh Carroll Composing The Future With RxJS
2:15PM - 3:25PM Aimee Knight Getting Comfortable Being Uncomfortable - Lessons Learned One Year After Coding Bootcamp
2:15PM - 3:25PM Jamie Phillips Putting your builds to work for you, a piece of Cake!
2:15PM - 3:25PM Joe Walling Creating a Successful Software Product Company
2:15PM - 3:25PM LIGHTNING
3:35PM - 4:45PM Matt Honeycutt The War is Over, and JavaScript has Won: Living Under the JS Regime
3:35PM - 4:45PM John Sterrett Make Your Own SQL Server Queries Go Faster!
3:35PM - 4:45PM Magnus Stahre git gone wild: how to recover from common git mistakes
3:35PM - 4:45PM Lee Brandt JavaScript LevelUp
3:35PM - 4:45PM John Rouda Technical Leadership 101
3:35PM - 4:45PM Jamie Wright Building Your Own R2 Unit in Ruby
3:35PM - 4:45PM Matthew Groves Querying NoSQL with SQL: HAVING Your JSON Cake and SELECTing it too
3:35PM - 4:45PM Aimee Knight It's Not Dark Magic - Pulling Back the Curtains From Your Stylesheets
3:35PM - 4:45PM Jim Wooley .Net Compiler Platform (Roslyn) and you
3:35PM - 4:45PM OPEN
3:35PM - 4:45PM Gaines Kergosien How to be a Six Figure Developer
3:35PM - 4:45PM LIGHTNING
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CodeStock 2017

Technology & Community

CodeStock is an annual technology conference for developers, IT professionals, and entrepreneurs held in Knoxville, TN. The conference is run by the CodeStock Corporation, a 501(c)(3) organization. The conference spans two full days and is packed with technical & entrepreneurial content. 2017 will mark the 10th year of the CodeStock conference and is expected to host over 75 speakers presenting on over 100 topics that span the gamut from best practice enterprise software development to cutting edge web techniques to managing a technical entrepreneurial endeavor. In previous years, we’ve had 1,000 attendees and sold out well in advance of the conference.

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