MVC 3, "Third Times a Charm" references
I've applied to talk at the stack overflow dev days conference in Sydney in October. That would be an absolute blast. I rank my chances pretty low, but my excitement is high regardless.
Recently I talked at QMSDNUG, on 'MVC 3: Third Times a Charm', alongside Joe Cooney. It was a lot of fun, and we allegedly broke a record with our crowd size. It's basically a preview of what I'll cover in Wellington, though some material will be in or out as I revise.
(Higgins got another workout, and had some html5 goodness baked in)
I promised to put up the references from my talk. They're mostly about customizating your MVC 3 experience in Visual Studio. Here they are.
|bit.ly/d71zIJ||razor: ebook [pdf]|
|bit.ly/3Vwjvj||editor & display templates (Brad Wilson)|
|bit.ly/dIUPo4||MVC Mini profiler (Sam Saffron)|
|bit.ly/h8vQfX||Code templates (Scott Hanselman)|
|bit.ly/hwNUNS||MVC Scaffolding (Steve Sanderson)|
|bit.ly/khm2GL||Project Templates (Phil Haack)|
|bit.ly/hfWA6Z||Roundup of tutorials (Jon Galloway)|
If you use MVC 3, what are your favourite bits? What would you cover in a talk? If you don't use it, why not? And what are the sort of things you'd like to see deomonstrated?Next → ← Previous
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