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Series of webcasts about ASP.NET MVC 3 (in Italian)

After a long gestation period, today it was published on Channel9 a series of webcasts about ASP.NET MVC 3. This webcasts Ugo Lattanzi, a fellow ASP.NET Italian MVP, and I recorded (in Italian) covers the following topics: Introduction to the new features of ASP.NET MVC 3 Razor, the new view engine of ASP.NET MVC 3 How ASP.NET MVC 3, SQL CE 4 and EF CodeFirst work together Introduction to IoC/DI and how to use Ninject inside ASP.NET MVC 3 ...

7 books for a .NET Summer reading list (2011 version)

In the previous years “n books for a .NET Summer reading list” used to be the title of the book list post. Now, in the last of my 4 posts with books suggestions I am back to the original title. In my introductory post I said I would have listed only a few web development on .NET books. In fact there are only 2. Web Development on .NET Professional ASP.NET MVC 3 While Professional ASP.NET MVC v2 was mainly an update of the original professional MVC1 book, the third remake, due to the nature of the new...

ASP.NET MVC 3 Preview 1 is out

Still not officially announced by anybody inside Microsoft, but quietly this morning the first preview of ASP.NET MVC 3 appeared on Microsoft Download. And it’s exactly what everyone was expecting after last month’s announcement of Scott Guthrie of Razor, the new view engine for ASP.NET MVC. What else does this new version bring to the table? First of all it takes a dependency on .NET4. It means that you cannot be able to use it unless you migrate you applications to the latest version of the .NET framework (and if the story repeats itself, with the RTM...