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I’ll be joining Dan Wahlin and Rob Bagby on 18 May in Phoenix for a Best of MIX event. I’ll be presenting Silverlight 3 and building data-driven line-of-business applications. All demo, all tech, all Visual Studio as my presentation tool :-).
Come out and join us for the event!
Best of MIX Agenda
Monday, May 18, 2009
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Wells Fargo Conference Center
100 West Washington Street, MAC S4101-017
Phoenix Arizona 85003
What’s New in Silverlight 3?
Are you interested in building business-focused Rich Internet Applications (RIAs)? Would you like to take advantage of 3D in the browser, but assume it is too hard? Have you wanted to take a Silverlight application offline? Then this session is for you. We will explore and illustrate the new features of Silverlight 3, including the following:
· Support for perspective 3D
· Offline Support
· .NET RIA Services which simplifies the traditional n-tier application pattern by bringing together the ASP.NET and Silverlight platforms
Building Web Applications with Windows Azure
This session will begin with a brief overview of Azure and discuss some of the announcements made at MIX. We will then illustrate through demo how to build a Windows Azure application from the ground up. We will illustrate how to consume Azure Table Storage, how to host services, web pages and Silverlight components, as well as how to deploy your solution to the cloud.
MVC 1.0 vs ASP.Net Webforms
Have you heard about the new ASP.NET MVC framework from Microsoft and wondered what it was all about? Are you curious whether this replaces ASP.Net Web Forms? In this session you will learn how to use the model-view-controller (MVC) pattern to take advantage of your favorite .NET Framework language for writing business logic in a way that is de-coupled from the views of the data. In addition, we will talk about the pros and cons of both MVC and Web Forms, how to determine the best choice for a specific project, various techniques and patterns used to build MVC applications vs. Web Forms applications, and the implications for using each approach.
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