The Vermont Code Camp 2015 schedule included sessions on a variety of software topics including programming, databases, web, business and more.

Time Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 Room 5
8:00am-8:45am Registration
8:45am-9:00am Welcome
9:00am-10:00am Introduction to Meteor.js: Why and How Kyle Mitofsky Visual Programming for Science and Business Mitch Miller Live Coding Web Applications with ClojureScript and Figwheel Nick Husher If You See What I Mean: Fixing and Avoiding Broken Programs Using the Power of Abstraction Eric Smith  
10:15am-11:15am The Future is Now: Using ES6 in Your JavaScript Code Today Ben Glassman C# 6.0: Level Up Your Productivity Bill Wagner Introduction to Ionic Framework Justin Basinger A Git Parable Cori Drew Turning Points: Instructional Tales of Achievement, Embarrassment, and Woe Scott Douglas
11:30am-12:00pm Client Work with WordPress: Workflows, Expectations, and Egos Josh Lee Getting SQL Schema and Code into Version Control Using SQL Server Database Projects Floyd Hilton Writing a RESTful API with the Go language (golang) John Cicilio Clean Code: Single Responsibility Principle Hetal Dave Social Network Analysis & Visualization Al Ramirez
12:00pm-1:00pm Lunch
1:00pm-2:00pm The New, New Microsoft: OS X, Linux, git, npm, and Docker John Bennett Self Service BI Integration in Corporate BI Christian Coté/Sophie Marchand Patterns & Practices for Real-world Event-driven Microservices Rachel Reese Static Web Apps: Rethinking Server Side Templating Jon Hoguet  
2:15pm-3:15pm Introduction to Aurelia Jeremy Danyow Automating Database Schema and Data Deployments Using Entity Framework Code First Migrations Michael Tamlyn/Michael Commo Resilient Management of State in Functional Systems Peter Vile Mithril and Webpack: Performance and Simplicity in Client-side Applications Michael Hellein Effective Design Reviews: How to Give and Receive Meaningful, Actionable Design Feedback Everett McKay
3:15pm-3:45pm Break and Afternoon Snacks
3:45pm-4:15pm Managing Your Career: If You Don't, Who Will? Josh Winslow Windows Services Made User Friendly Brandt Newton Clojure: Scripting for the JVM Aaron Cummings Writing Automated Tests Using Python, Selenium, and Behave Jessica Ingrassellino Building Testing Teams in the Land of Ben & Jerry's Kip Steele
4:30pm-5:30pm React + Flux = Joy John Need Real-time IoT Sensors with Azure Event Hubs James Sturtevant Code Generation with T4 and Visual Studio Jeremy Hutchinson For All Code, There Exist Properties to Be Checked Paul Blasucci  
5:30pm-6:00pm Closing Remarks