Dr. Doris Chen's Blog

Dr. Doris Chen is a Developer Evangelist at Microsoft for the Western region of the United States. http://twitter.com/doristchen

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  • Blog Post: Entity Framework is now Open Sourced

    Just a few months after open sourcing of ASP.NET MVC 4, ASP.NET Web API, and Razor Microsoft is now happy to announce we will release the source code for the Entity Framework under an open source license as well! Just like the open source ASP.NET components and open source Azure SDKs, Entity Framework...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft will Open Source ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET Web API and Razor

    Microsoft and Open Source?  Read more about ASP.NET MVC, Web API, Razor  and Open Source from Scott Guthrie. “Microsoft has made the source code of ASP.NET MVC available under an open source license since the first V1 release. We’ve also integrated a number of great open source technologies...
  • Blog Post: Free Video Training: MVC3 | Available Until March 18

    Great news! MVC3 video training from Pluralsight is going to be available for free until March 18th. You can watch any of the course modules for free on http://www.asp.net/mvc/pluralsight . The 6 videos in this course are a total of 3 hours and 17 minutes long, and provide a nice overview of the new...
  • Blog Post: jQuery Presentation and Demo for HTML5 User Group

      I had the honor to speak at Silicon Valley HTML5 User Group tonight.  About 90 developers with different background in PHP, JavaScript, .NET and Java attended this talk.  I had a great time and I hope you enjoy it as well. Here is the agenda and hopefully it will make everybody happy...
  • Blog Post: WebMatrix will Release Thursday, Jan 13th

    After several months in public beta , WebMatrix will officially release to the web this Thursday, January 13 th , 2011 .  What is WebMatrix? WebMatrix is a free offering that provides everything you need to build Web sites using Windows.  It streamlines Web site development and makes it easy...
  • Blog Post: Free jQuery Events in Silicon Valley

    Two free jQuery events will take place next week.  I know a lot of you are interested of jQuery technology so come join us.  Free food and a lot of give aways.  November Talk – jQuery Makes Writing JavaScript Fun Again I will be presenting a jQuery session for the Bay .NET User Group next...
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