VSLive! Conference in Redmond, Washington

Posted Mon, Jun 14 2010 17:31 by Deborah Kurata

There is so much to know these days with all of the new technologies, techniques, and tools in Visual Studio and the .NET framework. How do you even decide which technologies deserve your attention and which you can "give a miss"?

One of the benefits of a technical conference like VSLive! is to figure out which new things are a "must know", which are a "fun to know", which are a "wait to know", and which are a "never need to know".

My presentations are on "Best Kept Secrets in Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4.0" and "Silverlight, WCF RIA Services, and Your Business Objects".

The first talk covers may of the tips, tricks, and lesser known features of Visual Studio and the .NET Framework. Most of these items should be on your "must know" or "fun to know" list.

The Silverlight talk covers how to communicate between Silverlight and your own business objects or plain old CLR objects (POCOs).

Click here to sign up. Use the promotional code: NSZV18 and you'll receive:

  • The all-access Best Value Conference Package for just $1,495, a savings of $300.00 off the standard price of $1,795.

Or

  • The 3-Day Conference Package for just $1,195, a savings of $300.00 off the standard price of $1,495.

You must use the priority code NSZV18 to receive the discount.

Hope to see you there!

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# VSLive! Redmond: Source Code For My Talks

Saturday, July 17, 2010 11:09 AM by Deborah's Developer MindScape

In this prior post , I provided information on registering for the VSLive! conference on August 2-6 

# The World's Simplest Silverlight/RIA/POCO Example

Tuesday, July 20, 2010 4:42 PM by Deborah's Developer MindScape

This post demonstrates how to use Silverlight and WCF RIA Services to access YOUR server-side business

# SL/RIA/POCO: Update Data

Tuesday, July 20, 2010 5:14 PM by Deborah's Developer MindScape

The prior post here detailed how to build a simple Silverlight application that used WCF RIA Services

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