@chanbazz, @Haresh Ambaliya: I wrote up a blog post that includes links to source code for many of the demos: http://weblogs.asp.net/jgalloway/archive/2013/02/28/building-web-apps-with-asp-net-jump-start-over-6-hours-of-free-asp-net-video-training.aspx
Mar 01, 2013 at 10:47 AM
@Andy - Thanks for adding the link to the comment thread. Sorry if you felt it was unattributed, we did mention the project by name and there were not slides shown during this part. I didn't have the github repo URL memorized.
Nov 05, 2012 at 10:34 AM
@colinhoult Glad you enjoyed the talk!
The Fall 2012 Update supports Visual Studio Express 2012 for Web (see release notes) so you should see them. The new templates we showed (Facebook, Single Page Application) are for ASP.NET MVC 4 projects in C# for this preview release, so make sure that's where you're looking.
Nov 03, 2012 at 10:20 AM
@Mark b - Glad you liked it! Yes, you can download the ASP.NET Fall 2012 Update BUILD Preview from http://www.asp.net/vnext.
Jul 28, 2012 at 12:22 PM
Thanks for the aspConf shoutout. We have all the sessions filmed in Channel 9 studio online of course, bue are still getting videos from remote presenters, getting them edited, etc. We have 30 online now, more going up every day.
Also thanks to the other conference organizers (Eric Hexter and Javier Lozano) and our volunteer staff.
Thanks for the shoutout! One pretty surprising clarification - all the tips except 3 (IIS config) and 9 (config transforms) go all the way back to ASP.NET 2.0, some even earlier.
Say hi to the tauntauns for me. I agree, they are not hotels.
@section31 Thanks, we'll look at that!
Thanks for the mvcConf shoutout - and for all the great support in Channel 9 studios!
By the way - all sessions, including the Live Meeting sessions, are being posted on Channel 9. I think all but a couple are already live by now at the link you posted - http://channel9.msdn.com/Series/mvcConf
Oct 27, 2010 at 10:39 AM
@Tominator2005, @N2Cheval - Thanks for the feedback. We'll definitely be writing unit tests, and should have talked about that in this episode. We're not going to be tracking products, so I was really just showing the flow and mechanics of a new MVC 3 project doing CRUD operation using EF Code First. We'll nuke that controller and model and rebuild with unit tests, probably in episode 3 or 4. Episode 2 is already recorded, and it covers the Windows Phone UI.
We are planning to keep building this out to a full working system. File / New Project is kind of by nature a Level 1 topic. Don't worry, this will ramp up as we get the groundwork laid.
There are different approaches to pair programming - the model in which one writes the test and the other writes the code is effective, and we may try that, but it's a little tricky to pass the keyboard back and forth when we live 3000 miles apart. Step one is covering the basics, and that includes getting me up to speed on Windows Phone developement and getting Jesse up to speed on the server-side / MVC side.