This year Toronto CodeCamp went off without a hitch. We had about 300 people show up (out of 600 registered) so not a bad turnout considering the weather was nice and it was a Saturday. Suprisingly I got a lot of interest in my session and was assigned the biggest room available and I would say about 60-70 people showed up. A lot better turn out than last year were I probably got about 20-25 people!
Thanks to Chris Dufour for putting everything together and managing to get over $300,000 in prizes to give to the attendees!
As for my session here are the slide decks.
All Demo code can be downloaded here. In this zip you will find
- “Demo1” – Basic intro to device development and the environment
- “CodeSharing” – Sharing business logic with the desktop and device. (For an entire 75 minute session on this instead of 15mins check out Daniel Moth’s session at this year’s MEDC.)
- “SqlCompactEdition” – Contains a SqlDesktop and SqlDevice that both access the same Sql Server 2005 Compact Edition database file. (NOTE: the SqlDevice project references the SDF file in the BIN\Debug directory of SqlDesktop. So run SqlDesktop first, make changes and save, then run SqlDevice to see the changes)
- “RPMSample” – sample to show RPM and the various numbers it shows. NOTE: If you want to have RPM working in Vista make sure you install Compact Framework SP2 on your machine (thanks to Steven Pratchner for letting me know 🙂 ) Also take a look at my previous entry on RPM and various resources.
Comments or questions? Just contact me via my blog and thanks to all that attended code camp and my session!