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What’s new in ASP.NET MVC 4: slides and demo are now online

Today I had my first live webcast for Microsoft Belgium, about the new features released with ASP.NET MVC 4 at Build in September. There were around 80+ people registered and around 50 people attending, and almost nobody left before the end of the webcast, so I guess it pretty well. We also are aware there were some glitches in the audio during the async part of the webcast: the audio was also recorded directly from the mic, so the video that will be published in the next week on Channel9 will have good audio. Or just register for...

What's new in ASP.NET MVC 4 webcast: 17 January

ASP.NET MVC 4 is the new version of ASP.NET MVC that came out during Build in September: it included a few pretty interesting features like a newly revamped project template, a better asynchronous controller and, the main feature, native support for mobile version of the site, with device detection and mobile only views. Also some productivity enhancement were introduced, like recipes to automate repetitive coding tasks. And finally, if you run ASP.NET MVC 4 on top of ASP.NET 4.5, you also get its new features, like script&styles minification and bundling. I’ll talk about all that and, hopefully something...

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 ...

How attendees can help deliver a better webcast

Yesterday I delivered the first of the 3 presentations on ASP.NET MVC I'll be delivering in less then a month. It was also my first webcast ever and I'd like to share my impressions on the presenter experience and what an attendee can do to make life easier for the presenter, thus increasing the overall experience for everybody. The biggest and probably the most obvious difference between a webcast and a in person presentation is that you (as presenter) don't have a visual feedback, you don't get to see the people that are attending the presentation: you cannot...