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Oh yes. Building web applications on the Microsoft stack continues to evolve. There are lots of great tools to leverage,but it can be difficult to keep up with all the options. In this technical and fast-paced session,learn from Scott Hanselman how the pieces fit together. We look at Microsoft ASP.NET MVC 3,MvcScaffolding,Entity Framework Code First (Magic Unicorn Edition),Microsoft SQL Server Compact 4,jQuery and more. We also see how many times Scott can say “unobtrusive” in a single talk. You’ll leave this session with a clear understanding of the technology options available on the Microsoft Web Stack. What’s changed since PDC? What direction are we doing? Let’s see what we can build in a PowerPoint-free hour with the Microsoft Web Stack.
There’s an Open Source package manager for .NET available now called NuGet. It’s supported and shipping with Microsoft ASP.NET MVC 3,but it’s not just for ASP.NET. In fact,it’s not just for open source. It’s also great for library management inside the firewall. Join Scott Hanselman as we learn all about NuGet,from the basics of consuming packages,to creating and distributing your own packages both internally and externally. Then learn some advanced Windows PowerShell techniques within NuGet packages,creating NuGet packages in continuous integration build server environments,and even how to run our own NuGet server instance inside our enterprise. There are a number of large companies with names you’d recognize distributing their internal libraries with NuGet. Come to this session and learn why zip files and file shares aren’t where it’s at anymore when it comes to enterprise libraries in .NET.
16th–19th May 2011