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LADOTNET Master Series 004: MVC 3 - Tips, Tricks, and Best Practices with Scott Mitchell
Saturday, August 27, 2011 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (PDT)
LADOTNET Master Series: MVC 3 - Tips, Tricks, and Best Practices with Scott Mitchell
The Master's Series is a hands-on lab, lecture and training with a Microsoft MVP.
The event is a 8 hour training with breakfast and lunch served. Attendees are required to bring their own laptop and participate.
Scott Mitchell (http://www.ScottOnWriting.NET/ScottMitchell) is our trainer.
Topic: MVC 3 - Tips, Tricks, and Best Practices
Date: August 27th
PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A HANDS ON TRAINING!
This event is ideally for people who attended the first talk or already have sufficient experience with ASP.NET MVC 3. We will not be exploring introductory topics.
When building an ASP.NET MVC application developers are faced with a lot of
questions. What comprises the Models in MVC? What techniques are available
to build simple, yet powerful views? How best to keep your controllers from
ballooning in size? And what sort of busywork and tedium can be offloaded to
In this all-day, hands-on event, attendees start with a "baseline" ASP.NET
MVC 3 application and together, we will add new features. Along the way
we'll explore a variety of tips and best practices. We'll encounter pain
points and discuss and implement various solutions. Topics will range from
high-level, over-arching ones like options for building a domain model and
persistence layer, to ones very specific to ASP.NET MVC, like creating and
using custom display and editor templates in your views. And there will be
plenty of hands-on experience with popular open source tools like
This talk is tailored for developers who are already familiar with core
ASP.NET MVC concepts and are comfortable buildingASP.NET MVC applications.
Materials for the event.
When & Where
Los Angeles .NET Developers Group (LADOTNET.org)
The purpose of the organization is to support local developers and businesses with the latest information and education on Microsoft .NET technologies.