Sessions at Microsoft BUILD 2011 about ASP.NET

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Wednesday 14th September 2011

Thursday 15th September 2011

  • Enabling Mobile applications with ASP.NET MVC

    by Phil Haack

    To be announced.

    At 9:00am to 10:00am, Thursday 15th September

    In Grand G, Anaheim Marriott

    Coverage video

  • What's new in .NET Framework 4.5

    by Raja Krishnaswamy and Joshua Goodman

    The next major release of the .NET Framework, .NET 4.5, allows you to easily use Windows 8 technologies, like Windows Runtime, directly from .NET 4.5. Accessing your data is easier than ever with support for the newest features in SQL Server and support for WebSockets. Programs are more responsive, with the AWAIT keyword, faster ASP.NET startup and an improved server Garbage Collector. .NET 4.5 incorporates key customer feedback, with the newest MEF features, support for long running workflows with State Machines, and improved HTML 5 support in ASP.NET. In this overview talk, you’ll learn about all of these technologies, and get pointers to deeper dives where you can learn more.

    At 10:30am to 11:30am, Thursday 15th September

    In 304 B, Anaheim Convention Center

    Coverage video

Friday 16th September 2011

  • It’s not a great phone app without ASP.NET services and push notifications

    by Erik Porter

    If you are a mobile phone app builder, you know that users can choose from thousands of apps, and they expect apps to feel alive and connected even when they are closed. Adding push notifications and other services to your phone app is essential but can seem complicated and time consuming to build. It is not. Learn how easy it is to use the latest and greatest from ASP.NET to connect your native phone apps to the web using Windows Phone push notifications, ASP.NET membership, and custom services with just a few lines of code.

    At 9:00am to 10:00am, Friday 16th September

    In Orange County 1, Anaheim Marriott

    Coverage video

  • Building real-time web apps with HTML5 WebSockets

    by Ravi Rao

    WebSockets is an emerging standard that enables secure, real-time, bidirectional communication across the Web. Microsoft and other industry leaders at the W3C and the IETF are jointly developing this standard. Microsoft is offering a comprehensive WebSockets solution, with support in IE10, Windows 8 Apps, IIS, ASP.NET, and WCF. Come learn how Metro style apps using HTML5 can make dramatic improvements in user experience and performance by taking advantage of this exciting technology.

    At 10:30am to 11:30am, Friday 16th September

    In Grand G, Anaheim Marriott

    Coverage video

  • Optimize your website using ASP.NET and IIS8

    by Mads Kristensen

    We have real world examples and war stories of optimizing ASP.NET apps. Whether new or existing, whether big or small, all Websites can run faster and perform better than they do today. Optimizing your Website does not have to be a three-month project. Come join us and in 60 minutes we will give you practical tips that you can apply to your sites today. But that’s not all - with ASP.NET 4.5, we made huge investments in performance and optimization. Come see the new showcasing of framework features around CSS & JS bundling and optimization, and hear about the great performance improvements in IIS8 which will help you build lightning fast Websites.

    At 10:30am to 11:30am, Friday 16th September

    In Platinum 6, Anaheim Marriott

    Coverage video