Hey everyone in Saskatchewan!
I’m stoked to be running my Asp.Net Mvc Framework Dojo. We are going to be covering some great topics and diving deep into the development of a database-backed, membership-enabled, fully functioning web app.
This is a hands on session – I need you to bring your laptop along, and I highly recommend that you have the tools installed before you come. We have about 150 minutes, and if you spend the first 45+ minutes installing tools, you just won’t get as much out of it!
D’Arcy Lussier, director, general manager and philosophical guidance counsellor for Praire IT/Dev Con is graciously providing a Dojo prep area where you will be able to download the bits. But for you keeners, grab a copy of the following so you don’t have to miss any sessions and you can dive right in:
Visual Studio 2010 – But, you’ll need to add some “fresh” if you want to hang out with the cool kids. Make sure you have the following:
- Visual Studio 2010 SP1
- The latest version of NuGet
- Asp.Net MVC 4 RTM Version IMPORTANT – the project templates and tooling have changed. To get the most out of this dojo, I need you to have the final version of MVC4 running on your machine.
Just a quick note…while I am a totally huge Windows 8 fan and encourage you to try it out, for the purpose of this Dojo session I highly recommend running from Windows 7 (or boot to a VHD from Win8 to Windows 7). I will be demoing a tool that has not yet been updated to work with the new version of PowerShell on Windows 8. If you are already running Windows 8 full time (like me!) then I will be able to help you out and we can work around it.
Really looking forward to meeting everyone and working through as much code as possible in 2.5 hours. See you there!