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Codecamp: ASP.NET MVC 3 and jQuery

University of Turku in collaboration with Lindorff Oy offer a code camp focusing on building enterprise web applications using the ASP.NET MVC web application framework and jQuery. ASP.NET MVC 3 is the leading framework for professional scalable web applications. During the camp, students are familiarized with a modern IDE and to the framework. As a result of the camp, students are expected to create a small, working application. The development will be carried out by student teams during the intensive week.

The camp will be held August 29th – September 2nd in ICT-building. Please see the timetable and the classes at the end of the post.

A student can credit the course DTEK8069 Special Course in Software Engineering: Modern Internet Frameworks or another corresponding course with the camp. The course is open for the students of University of Turku, Åbo Akademi University, and Turun ammattikorkeakoulu. Students, who participated in Codecamp: Vaadin & Social Media, can also take part to  Codecamp: ASP.NET MVC & jQuery.

The course if offered as 3 ECTS and 5 ECTS versions. In a shorter course, the participation and successful completion of the programming project in the intensive week is required. In addition to the requirements of the short course, also a 'final report' is needed for passing 5 ECTS course. See the attachment for more details about the extra work.

“Code Camp is learning and hacking experience. The code camp approach can be defined as a collaborative learning setting that aims to promote profession-oriented skills. In code camp, the term ‘camp’ refers to a situation where students assemble and stay a while together. The term ‘code’ refers to coding, i.e. writing computer programs. During a code camp, students write programs together, solve problems related to their work together, eat together and even might relax together in a sauna.“

– The definition of Code Camp @

Codecamp is a one-week intensive course. The first day contains lectures and hands-on tutorials. The next three days contain a code camp where the participants work intensively as groups in their own projects, with the assistance of experts in the development tools. The projects are demonstrated and evaluated during the last day of the course.

Enroll before the August 25th to Write “CodeCamp” as the subject and give your name, university, student number, and the number of study points in the message. The number of participants is limited.


Day Time Content Place
Mon 29th 9.00-16.00 Tutorial B2033
Tue 30th 9.00-18.00* Coding B3041
Wed 31st 9.00-18.00* Coding B3041
Thu 1st 9.00-18.00* Coding B3041
Fri 2nd 9.00-14.00 Presentations B2033

* The computer class is reserved for the whole day, but actual presence is not needed. Anyway, the staff and ASP.NET experts will be available for technical questions and problems during the fixed time at the computer class.


[This blog post will be updated when new information occur.]

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