WDCIL Call for Speakers

Monday, October 31, 2011

If you are not familiar with our user group, the Israeli WDC user group is a meeting place for web developers, designers, and architects, where we discuss new and existing web technologies, best practices in web development, and any other interesting stuff that relates to the web world. The user group is managed by Gal Kogman and yours truly, with the support of Microsoft Israel. This is just a short list of things we talked about in previous meetings: ASP.NET MVC Win8, HTML5, and JS libraries jQuery mobile...
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Israeli Web Developers Community (WDCIL) – September’s Meeting

Sunday, August 28, 2011

Hi All, The next meeting of the Israeli Web Developers Community will be held on September 7th 17:30-20:30, in Microsoft Ra’anana, Ha-Pnina 2 st. You can register to the event in the following link (registration is free): http://wdcilseptember.eventbrite.com You are also welcomed to visit WDCIL’s Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/wdcil The Future of Client Technologies Which client technology is going to be dominant in the upcoming future? How alive is Silverlight? CanHTML5 really change the picture? In this fast paced session we're going to see where both Silverlight and HTML5 are headed. We're going...
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Web Developers Community (WDC) updates

Friday, July 29, 2011

If you are not familiar with our user group, the Israeli WDC user group is a meeting place for web developers, designers, and architects, where we discuss new and existing web technologies, best practices in web development, and any other interesting stuff that relates to the web world. The user group is managed by Gal Kogman and yours truly, with the support of Microsoft Israel. You can read more about the user group on our Microsoft page (a bit outdated), and for the latest news and information, I suggest you visit our Facebook page. The first reason...
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Entity Framework 4 Lecture at the Web Developers Community (WDC)

Monday, September 7, 2009

Just wanted to say I had a great time giving this lecture. I’m pleased to hear people learned more than just about entity framework. Big thanks to Noam King for inviting me to give this lecture, and to Guy Burstein & MS for the accommodations. I’ve uploaded the presentation, code samples (Both EF 3.5 & 4.0) and the sample DBs I’ve used (as .MDF files, you’ll need to attach them to your db to make them work). You can download the entire file from here.
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