Just recently, Microsoft have released a bunch of new products that web developers can use to build websites and web applications. Scott, Drew and Jonathan will take you on a whirlwind tour of what’s new in the Microsoft Web Platform, including ASP.NET MVC 3, NuGet and more.
What is HTML5? With more and more browsers supporting HTML5, ECMAScript 5 and other web standards, developers now have a strong web platform they can use to create a new class of web application that is more powerful and interactive than ever before. What's in HTML5 that lets us take our sites to the next level?
Expect demos and code!
by Gill Cleeren
There is no shortage of valuable data being generated by applications, reports, tools, Web sites, etc. Unfortunately, this leaves many of us wishing we could programmatically access the data and logic behind an app, report, or Web site. To break down data silos and increase the shared value of data and its associated business logic through the Web, Microsoft has recently announced the Open Data Protocol which enables exposing any data source as a Web-friendly data feed. Join this session to understand what the Open Data Protocol (OData) is and how it adds end-user and developer value to many of Microsoft's leading products and services (such as SharePoint Server 2010, Microsoft Codename "Dallas", Windows Azure, SQL Server Reporting Services, SQL Server PowerPivot for Excel, Visual Studio, .NET, Silverlight, AJAX, etc.), as well as being accessible from a range of platforms such as Java and PHP. "
On January 24th Scott Hanselman joined us in Brussels for the first Web Camp Belgium.
In this short interview Scott talks about his sessions and the Microsoft 'January Web Release' which is the umbrella name for new released products ASP.NET MVC 3, NuGet, IIS Express, SQL Compact Edition and WebMatrix.
24th January 2011