The Vermont Code Camp 2013 schedule included sessions on a variety of software topics, including programming, databases, web, business and more.

Time AppDev Room 1 Biz/Meta Room 2 Language Room 3 Practices Room 4 Room 5 Parlor
8:00am-8:45am Registration
8:45am-9:00am Welcome
9:00am-10:00am Considerations for Architecting a Windows 8 App Russ Fustino Effective Data Visualization David Giard R: A Brief Introduction John Cicilio Build Working Software Faster Adam Bouchard    
10:15am-11:15am Introduction to Windows 8 Apps for Windows Forms Developers Kyle Mitofsky Peaks and Pitfalls in Creating Commercial Software Kendall Miller Getting Started with F# Rachel Reese Listening to Your Applications: Understanding the Performance Characteristics of Your Applications in the Production Environment Kevin Thorley    
11:30am-12:30pm Microsoft Master Data Services in Your Data Warehouse Christian Coté Writing About Code Terrence Dorsey Essentials of Scala Eric Smith Utilizing Varnish and REST: Accelerate Performance while Maintaining Coherence Peter Vile   Open Spaces - Software Entrepreneurship Kendall Miller
12:30pm-1:30pm Lunch (Vermont Makers presents "Toy Hacking for Good")
1:30pm-2:30pm Using Windows Azure Mobile Services to Build Cloud-Enabled Mobile Apps John Garland Designing for Trust and Confidence Everett McKay Behavior-Driven Development: Turning User Stories into Executable Specifications Steve Bohlen Beyond the Box: Distributed Programming with ZeroMQ Paul Blasucci SDL2 Game Development Eric Basile  
2:45pm-3:45pm Diversified ASP.NET - One Web Project - 4 ASP.NET Frameworks Jeff Fritz Centralized Configuration Management with Apache ZooKeeper Jonathan Pearlin Educating with Ruby - Why Ruby is a Great Language for Teaching Programming Brett Chalupa Introduction to WiX (Windows Installer XML) Chris Miller Programming Approaches for Creating Depth in 2D Games John Pile  
3:45pm-4:15pm Snacks
4:15pm-5:15pm Beyond "ng-hello-world": Building Real World Web Apps with AngularJS Rob Friesel Civic Hacking: Improving Communities Through Technology Bradley Holt/Jason Pelletier An Elixir for the Web's Future Alan Peabody History of a Thriving Codebase Peter Brown    
5:30pm-6:00pm Raffle