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DDD7 talk: “ASP.NET MVC – Show me the code!”

Just a quick announcement for UK readers: if you’re going to DDD7, you might be interested in the following session I’m presenting.

What: ASP.NET MVC – Show me the code! (60 minutes)
Where/when: DDD7 at Microsoft’s Reading campus, Saturday 22nd November 2008, 10.40am in “Chicago 1″ room
Description: Microsoft’s new MVC-based web development framework has got the bloggers all excited – but what’s it like to use? What’s wrong with classic ASP.NET, and how does MVC do better or worse? In this session we build a small web application, comparing the development experience with classic ASP.NET. See MVC architecture, clean URLs, unit testing, tight HTML, and simple ajax at work.

DeveloperDeveloperDeveloper! Day is a free one-day event run by the UK .NET community for the UK .NET community. It’s among the largest such events in the UK, so I’m excited to be presenting a session! Judging by the list of speakers and the event’s reputation, quality should be pretty high, and the technical content should be pretty deep.

Registration has just opened, but be warned: it will likely sell out within the next 24 hours…

4 Responses to DDD7 talk: “ASP.NET MVC – Show me the code!”

  1. Steve

    UPDATE: Registration for this event is now full! That was seriously fast.

  2. Niyi Ibironke

    Attended your session at DDD7 today – rocked!
    Was really impressed with the aspect on graceful degradation of Javascript – can’t wait to see the full code sample.
    You are now offcially one of my preferred speakers. Good stuff!
    P.S. I’m on the notifications list for your MVC book.

  3. Hi Steve,
    Great talk at DDD7 yesterday really enjoyed it.
    Just wish it could of been a little longer and gone in depth a little more.
    Will you be uploading the code that you did in the example anywhere? Also where are the recordings getting uploaded to?

  4. Steve

    Niyi and Chris – thanks very much! I’ll try and do a post about the asynchronous uploader today. Don’t know when the full video is going to be available (I wasn’t personally responsible for the recording), but when it is, I’ll post links to it along with the slides and demo code.