This year’s Øredev will definitely improve your efficiency working with the .NET platform. By revisiting current technology such as WCF, LINQ, ASP.NET and WPF with new insights and experience will benefit your current projects. This combined with sessions on the upcoming .NET framework 4 and Visual Studio 2010, spanning from desktop clients to cloud computing, will prepare you for a more efficient today and tomorrow.
The .NET track will feature well known speakers from both the Microsoft and non-Microsoft communities as well as the .NET blogosphere. With such great contributors as Scott Hansleman, Julie Lerman, Juval Löwy, Oren Eini among others will truly make Øredev a source of inspiration. There will plenty of opportunities for the .NET developer to share knowledge with speakers and attendees in chalk talks, lightning talks, BoF’s, workshops and tutorials throughout the conference.
Come learn all about ASP.NET 4.0. During this session, we'll build a simple video gallery website taking advantage of features that enable you to take control of the rendering of client ids and view state. See how ASP.NET AJAX client-side templates and jQuery animations can be used to create a richly interactive Web application. Finally, discover how new improvements in Visual Studio 2010 will make you more productive.
Levi Broderick is a developer on the ASP.NET team, having joined Microsoft in 2007. His most recent involvement has been with the ASP.NET MVC project.
If you ever had a hang, performance issue, memory leak, crash, or cryptic exception in a .NET application that you couldn't fix, then maybe it is time to pull out the big guns and start looking at windbg and sos. Join Tess as she walks through a number of these issues and talks about how to debug them. This demo-intensive session also shows you how you can use new features in Visual Studio .NET 2010 to look at post-mortem dumps and troubleshoot these types of issues.
During this talk I will present advanced, and/or unique, features in MbUnit, in a realistic scenario to cover some complex classes with tests. This will demonstrate how and when to use these features, and how much your testing-life is simplified. Will also mention integration with other tools like TeamCity, ReSharper etc.
Niklas has more than 10 years experience in the industry, started web based game development in .NET 1.0 beta, and tried XP and TDD as early as 2002.
While always striving to keep up with new tools and framework, he also takes care to find the best ways to use them.
In this presentation, attendees will be exposed to some of the powerful extensions to the core NHibernate Object/Relational Mapping framework, gaining understand as to how to apply them to their own projects. Each of the following NHibernate extensions will be demonstrated to attendees so that they can get a high-level understanding of the capabilities of each of them. This session will interest present NHibernate adopters about the other tools and extensions available.
As Chief Solution Architect for the Software Development Division of Microdesk, a Solution Provider to the Architecture/Engineering/Construction, FM, and Mfg markets, Stephen manages the design and development of multiple large-scale integrated CAD, GIS, FM, automation, engineering, and line-of-business Enterprise software solutions for Microdesk’s clients as well as overseeing the delivery of these services using adaptive/Agile techniques.
WCF has much more to it than the raw aspects of the technology. This talk is all about how to deal with common real life hurdles, and how to effectively apply WCF, by presenting a set of tools, tips, tricks, best practices, original utilities and ideas that can enhance your productivity significantly. All the techniques presented are used in real life projects
Juval Löwy is the founder of IDesign and a seasoned software architect specializing in system architecture and large applications design. Juval helps IDesign customers design scaleable, robust, reusable, and extensible applications, verifying that they meets the required quality, scalability, security, availability and throughput goals. Juval is Microsoft’s Regional Director for the Silicon Valley, working with Microsoft on helping the industry adopt .NET 3.0.
Microsoft's new Azure cloud services provide a number of ways to store data and .NET gives you a number of ways to access that data. This session will sort out the different ways data can be presented through Azure or directly from SQL Azure and explore a ways to work against these different data sources in your .NET apps.
Julie Lerman is the leading independent authority on the Entity Framework and author of the highly acclaimed Programming Entity Framework. She is well known in the .NET community as a Microsoft MVP, ASPInsider and INETA Speaker. She is a prolific blogger, a frequent presenter at technical conferences around the world, including DevConnections and TechEd and she writes articles for many well-known technical publications. You can read Julie's blog at www.thedatafarm.com/blog.