Sessions for WebDD 2009
As Dave announced [http://blogs.ipona.com/davids/archive/2009/02/18/8560.aspx] last week, a second web-only DeveloperDeveloperDeveloper day [http://www.developerdeveloperdeveloper.com/webdd09/] will take place at Microsoft UK in Reading on April 18 to coincide with this year’s MIX event [http://2009.visitmix.com] in Las Vegas. Sessions are now being proposed and I have submitted a couple for your consideration.
There are lots of podcasts and videos online these days that introduce how the M, V and C fit together in the MVC framework. Beyond this, and the fact that it makes use of the ASP.NET core framework, there’s not much more out there. In this presentation we take a look at MVC one level down, covering such topics as model data binders, validation, action attributes, error handling and more.
ASP.NET 3.5 - Miss Something?
It would be very easy to remember the period between the release of ASP.NET 3.5 and 4.0 as the time when ASP.NET MVC was made. But it’s worth remembering that ASP.NET 3.5 service pack 1 and several out of band releases for ASP.NET and IIS came out as well. This presentation will cover as many of the other additions to web development as can be fit into an hour.
There are - naturally - many other proposed sessions [http://www.developerdeveloperdeveloper.com/webdd09/ProposedSessions.aspx] for WebDD09 but only your votes will determine the ones presented. And if you don’t see anything you like, you can also fill out a form to request a topic for someone to present on [http://www.developerdeveloperdeveloper.com/webdd09/Users/RequestASession.aspx].Posted on February 26, 2009 #Attending Events #Megaphone