Slide decks and demo code from my Visual Studio Live 2011 (Orlando) sessions

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Yesterday I had two session in VS Live, one about the new features of WCF 4, and the other about the new way to develop web applications using ASP.NET MVC, the Razor view engine, jQuery, and IIS 7.5 Express. The slide decks and demo code for both sessions can be downloaded from here: http://bit.ly/vslive-2011-orlando I really enjoyed delivering both sessions, and congratulations to all the people that won Angry Bird balls for answering my questions, and for asking tough questions. Hopefully we will meet in next year’s VSLive (if my sessions are picked up again). ...

My MVC/jQuery/Razor/NuGet/IIS Express session at VS Live 2011 Redmond

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Today I had my WebDev session about the new technologies related to web development: ASP.NET MVC 3 Razor view engine jQuery NuGet IIS Express 7.5 I enjoyed the session very much, and by the amount of tweets it looks like I wasn’t the only one. I hope no one got hurt from my flying balls You can download the session’s slides and the two demos I showed from here: http://bit.ly/vslive-2011-redmond I’m off to San-Francisco tomorrow for the...

My WCF Session at VS Live 2011 Redmond

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Yesterday I had my WCF 4 session in VS Live, where I showed some of the new features of WCF 4, including: Configuration simplification IIS hosting features WebHttp improvements Routing services Discovery services I also talked a bit about some other new WCF 4 features such as the DataContractResolver type, the new ReceiveContext API for MSMQ bindings, Monitoring WCF with ETW and PerfMon, the new binary stream encoder, and the new throttling defaults. Those of you who stayed till the end also heard about some of the new features that will be in WCF 4.5. So if you’ve missed the session, had to step outside for an...
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The month of October bears good news

Sunday, October 2, 2011

October began yesterday with an email from Microsoft congratulating me for receiving Microsoft’s Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award. I’m a connected system developer MVP, which kind of describes my work – working with distributed systems, connecting clients and servers, building WCF services, ASP.NET applications, working with IIS servers, etc… This is the first time I receive the MVP award, so I’m quite excited. Special thanks to the people who helped with my nomination – Guy Burstein and Meir Pinto from Microsoft Israel, to my managers at Sela Group – David Bassa and Ishai Ram, and of course to...