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  • Blog Post: New Podcast Series on MisfitGeek.com

    Joe Stagner , ASP.NET/Web community guru, has just launched a new podcast on MisfitGeek.com . In this first episode he talks with Scott Hunter, a Senior Program Manager Lead on the ASP.NET Team, about the future of Web Forms and how Web Forms compares with ASP.NET MVC. He also talks about web data controls...
  • Blog Post: Channel 9 Interview: ASP.NET MVC using Visual Basic XML Literals

    I just posted an interview on Channel 9 with Dmitry Robsman, the Product Unit Manager for ASP.NET. In this interview he shows us how he implemented ASP.NET MVC views using Visual Basic's XML Literals instead of .aspx pages. Dmitry shows us how this makes coding the views much cleaner using standard OOP...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET Dynamic Data Tutorials

    Bill Burrows has released more video tutorials! This time he focuses on the ASP.NET Dynamic Data feature that is available in Visual Studio 2008 SP1 .  If you need to build a quick web site against a database then you should definitely check this framework out. Also check out the Web Development...
  • Blog Post: More Videos on ASP.NET MVC

    Bill Burrows has released a new set of videos on the ASP .NET MVC Framework - Preview 4 Update which provides an overview of the MVC pattern as well as shows you how to perform adds and updates against a database. If you missed them, you should first check out his Intro to MVC videos and LINQ to SQL...
  • Blog Post: Video Tutorials on ASP.NET Model-View-Controller (MVC) Framework

    Bill Burrows , Visual Basic MVP, has done it again and is creating another series of video tutorials on the ASP.NET MVC Framework . Based on ScottGu's blog posts , Bill teaches us how to use this pattern of web development using Visual Basic. Check back often, right now Bill explains the basics and more...
  • Blog Post: LINQ Enabled Personal Web Site Starter Kit

    Jim Wooley , VB MVP, has rewritten the original Personal Web Starter Kit using LINQ for the data tier rather than stored procedures and ADO.NET and has put it up onto Code Gallery . The starter kit manages images in a SQL database by album. You can download the LINQ-enabled Personal Web Starter Kit...
  • Blog Post: Northwind Meets Virtual Earth - Generate VE Maps with LINQ

    With Visual Basic 9 and LINQ you can easily create XML from multiple data sources including relational data, other XML sources or any other queryable object. Since most modern systems interact with each other in some form of XML the possibilities are endless. SOAP, XAML, HTML, RSS can all be created...
  • Blog Post: Visual Basic ASP.NET Data Tutorials

    Scott Guthrie has a post about some great content that's up on the www.asp.net site on Working with Data in ASP.NET . By default the Visual Basic tutorials are shown but you can also get C# versions as well.
  • Blog Post: Visual Basic ASP.NET "How-To"- style Videos

    One of the things I've been working on is a set of "How-To" or "How-Do-I" style videos for Visual Basic developers (more on the details of this series later ;-)). In doing my video format research I've been looking at videos on the web, in particular the ones on www.asp.net which impressed me. ( I blogged...
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