First and foremost, make sure to thoroughly review the 2 DVDs you received for attending.  They include working samples of the demos I showed, as well as links to more samples, webcasts and virtual labs.

CardSpace

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Basic

Advanced

AJAX

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basic

what is JSON?                                    http://www.json.org/
ASP.NET AJAX Documentation            http://ajax.asp.net/docs/
ASP.NET AJAX Tutorials                     http:/ajax.asp.net/docs/tutorials/
Unobtrusive Coding                              http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unobtrusive_JavaScript
Accessibility                                       http://www.maxkiesler.com/index.php/weblog/comments/how_to_make_your_ajax_applications_accessible/lkkjsdlfkjslkjlksf
HIJAX                                                http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hijax, http://ajaxian.com/archives/hijax-graceful-degration
Micro Caching                                    http://aspalliance.com/251_ASPNET_Micro_Caching_Benefits_of_a_OneSecond_Cache
Security                                             http://www.net-security.org/article.php?id=949&p=1

advanced

Threat Modeling Books
• Hacking Web Applications Exposed, Second Edition. Joel Scambray, Mike Shema, and Caleb Sima. McGraw Hill. Provides an excellent overview of Web Application Security – including common attack vectors and mitigation strategies.
• Writing Secure Code, Second Edition. Michael Howard and Davie LeBlanc. Microsoft Press. Security Best Practices including input validation and target hardening.
• AJAX In Action. Dave Crane, Eric Pascarello, with Darren James. Manning Publications. A comprehensive overview of AJAX programming from a best-practices perspective.