Getting Started in Visual Studio

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Getting Started in Visual Studio by Judy Calla
Recorded Live at Philly.NET CodeCamp April 2010 http://codecamp.phillydotnet.org/2010-1

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Summary
This presentation is a summary of the beginner series we presented in the last two Code Camps.  We will touch upon the things you need to know to get started in Visual Studio, including: The prerequisites:  HTML, XML, object-oriented programming, the Framework, design patterns, relational databases. Introduction to the Visual Studio development environment:  solutions and projects, templates, files created, the debugger, the configuration file. Creating Applications in Visual Studio:  Web applications, Windows applications, console applications, Windows services, Web services. Data-driven applications:  Connecting to databases in Visual Studio, retrieving and binding data in an application, T-Sql, data from files. 

Speaker
Judy has been a developer since 1989, starting with Basic and COBOL, and then moving to client/server and Web development.  She currently works for Penn National Insurance as a technical team leader in a production support and enhancement development group.  She is the president of Central Penn .NET Users Group in Harrisburg.  Judy specializes in beginner presentations for user group meetings and Code Camps

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