“This was the best training I’ve ever had, this was even more useful than TechEd” – Gabriel Cruz
Photo – “What do you mean you drive on the other [...]
The Web Camp in Los Angeles was a great success last Friday with Phil Haack, Jon Galloway and myself imparting a raft of knowledge on ASP.NET MVC 2, jQuery, Entity Framework Code-first, ASP.NET MVC 3 and Razor. However, there’s little time to pat ourselves on the back – because this week marks [...]
For the Web Camp in LA we asked you what you wanted to hear about at the event. This is always a bit risky because you end up not being able to please everyone but it was clear that there were some popular topics out there. Here are the results:
Every week we give you the chance to ask the experts questions on Web Camps TV when we’re in the studio. To ask a question – use the Facebook Live Stream below during the “on air time” and we’ll attempt to answer as many questions as possible. The show will be aired at a [...]
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We have upgraded to a bigger room and there are currently tickets available for the Web Camp in LA. If you were on the wait list you will be automatically assigned a ticket. If you’ve not yet signed up – make sure you do quickly!
Hot on the heels of the OData Helper for WebMatrix today we are pushing out a new helper into the community. The Windows Azure Storage Helper makes it ridiculously easy to use Windows Azure Storage (both blob and table) when building your apps. If you’re not familiar with “cloud storage” I would recommend you [...]
I’m a big fan of working smarter, not harder. I hope you are too. That’s why I’m excited by the helpers in WebMatrix which are designed to make your life easier when creating websites. There are a range of Helpers available out of the box with WebMatrix – you’ll use these day in, day [...]
Microsoft Street Slide
I came across this excellent video of a new type of view that Microsoft Research has put together which makes it easier to look at a street and side-step (or slide) to the right or left using panoramic stitching. I can see myself using this to find a particular building and [...]
Today, we are releasing the Web Camps Training Kit: July 2010 Edition – Download it here.
The kit includes all the content we presented around the world at the recent Web Camps events; presentations, demos, labs and more. Inside the new kit you’ll find content that covers the following technologies:
I’ve just published an update to our Web Application Toolkits! If you’re not familiar with Web Application Toolkits (WATs) then here’s a summary:
FREE Web App Toolkits help ASP.NET web developers complete common web development tasks and quickly add new features to your apps. Whether it’s Bing Maps integration or [...]