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ALT.NET Conference: best event I ever attended

I’m still recovering from the jet-lag, after the almost 15hrs of travel time back from Seattle, were I attended both the ALT.NET Conference and the MVP Summit. In this post I’m going to tell you my thoughts on the weekend of discussions that happened at the ALT.NET conference. Thoughts on the MVP Summit will follow in another posts. The ALT.NET Conf way They were 2 days full of valuable contents and valuable discussions: there were 4-5 parallel sessions each hour, on the most various topics: from what can be done to make the opensource community on .NET grow,...

Some clarifications on my opinion about ALT.NET

My opinion about the ALT.NET probably has been misunderstood by a few bloggers that only focused on the first part of the post. Both Ayende and Jay Flowers disagree with my opinion that 80% of the developers can't get the concepts behind ALT.NET. Actually I didn't say that they can't get it, I only said that they don't want to stay up to date, which is a lot different. Even if there are a lot of talks going on, a lot of blog around (as Jay says in his post) most of the developers are not interested in "being on...

Yet another ALT.net opinion

I wanted to write my opinion about the ALT.net thing since a long time, but I really never find the time to sit down and organize my ideas into an organic post.The event that "triggered" this post is my friend Lorenzo asking my opinion about his blog post "There are architect and Architects" (it's in Italian but here is the link to the auto-translated version by Google). In his post Lorenzo, commenting on Sam's post about leaving CodeBetter and ALT.NET, adds some thoughts about something that usually the hard-core ALT.NET people don't get: imagine you have an Enterprise-level project,...

More details on the MVC for ASP.NET

I just watched the videos published by ScottHa with the presentation by ScottGu on the new MVC framework for ASP.NET, and really liked the approach the MS team that is going to be lead by Phil is having on this: everything is pluggable, everything is replaceable, no more postbacks, no more viewstate. To view the video yourself, if you are not among the 20k subscribers of Scott Hanselman blog, go to his post and follow the links to watch the videos in Silverlight format. Or download the WMV files: ScottGu on MVC at ALT.NET Conference ...

MVC framework for ASP.NET

Phil Haack already semi-announced it when he said he was going to work for Microsoft and would be the Program manager for the new MVC framework for ASP.NET that Microsoft was planning to build. Today at the ALT.NET conference, Scott Guthrie officially announced it. The main goals of the MVC for ASP.NET are: Natively support TDD model for controllers. Provide ASPX (without viewstate or postbacks) as a view engine Provide a hook for other view engines from MonoRail, etc. Support IoC containers for controller creation...