Silicon Valley Code Camp : October 11th and 12th 2014

Deborah Kurata

InStep Technologies, Inc
About Deborah
Deborah Kurata is a software developer, consultant, conference speaker, and Pluralsight author. For her work in support of software developers, she has been recognized with the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award and is a Google Developer Expert (GDE). She has authored several technical books and speaks at user groups and conferences. She has published several Pluralsight courses including "Angular: Getting Started" and "Angular NgRx: Getting Started".
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Speaking Sessions

  • Community, Career and You: a Microsoft MVP Panel

    3:30 PM Saturday   Room: 4221
    No person survives as an island, and no career grows spontaneously. In this session, we will discuss how to strategically grow your professional opportunities by participating in technical communities. Whether an open source, cross-platform, .NET, iOS, Android or Linux developer (or all of the above), this panel will let you tap into the real-world experiences of Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs). You will also learn about what it takes to receive and benefit from the MVP Award, and how to get started with the MVP Mentor program. Raucous (or at least mildly amusing) stories guaranteed.
  • AngularJS or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Web Development

    5:00 PM Saturday   Room: SmithWick
    Angular is what HTML would have been had it been designed to build web applications. This session provides JavaScript developers with a quick start to building Web applications with AngularJS. The session begins with a gentle, acronym-free overview of Angular, its purpose and benefits. Then using only a simple text editor, such as Notepad, and a browser, the developer will learn how to incorporate basic Angular features such as directives, expressions, filters, and data binding into a basic Web page. The second half of the session introduces WebStorm as a development tool and expands the Web page into a Single Page Application (SPA). In small and deliberate steps, the developer will learn how to create a controller, two user interface views, and the routing required to switch between the two views.