What's New in .NET 4.0

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Recorded Live at Philly.NET CodeCamp April 2010

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Despite the fact that the Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4.0 have not yet been released, the framework is stable enough to take a look at, so that's what we'll do! In this presentation, we'll get to see some of this stuff in action while we take a look at what's new and cool in the next .NET Framework release. After a high-level, whirlwind tour of all the new changes across the .NET spectrum, we'll narrow our focus on the core fundamentals of the framework itself by taking an existing .NET 3.5 application and sprucing it up with the likes of language enhancements, the Managed Extensibility Framework, and even throw in a bit of the Dynamic Language Runtime for good measure!

Jess Chadwick is an independent software consultant specializing in web technologies. He has over a decade of development experience ranging from embedded devices in start-ups to enterprise-scale web farms at Fortune 500s. He is an ASPInsider, Microsoft MVP in ASP.NET, technical editor of the recently-released Silverlight 3 Programmers Reference (WROX) and is actively involved with the community, leading the NJDOTNET Central New Jersey .NET user group. You can visit his blog at http://blog.jesschadwick.com/.



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