VS Live 2012 Las Vegas

I will be speaking at VS Live in Las Vegas in March 2012.

Visual Studio Live is five days of practical, Microsoft-supported training for developers to help solve your tough .NET development challenges. You’ll find how-to advice and the tips and tricks that you’ll be ready to implement as soon as you get back to the office. Our expert faculty – including many Microsoft instructors – makes each session interactive so you can discuss your particular development roadblocks and come away with actionable solutions.

Visual Studio Live Las Vegas offers in-depth training in:

  • Cloud Computing
  • Cross Platform Mobile
  • Data Management
  • HTML5
  • Silverlight / WPF
  • Visual Studio 2010+/.NET 4+
  • Web
  • Windows 8/WinRT
  • Windows Phone 7

Visual Studio Live Las Vegas – Expert Solutions for .NET Developers

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Attendees who register for Visual Studio Live Las Vegas using priority code VLSPK2 will receive all-access Best Value Conference Package for just $1,595, a savings of $500.00 off the standard price of $2,095

I will be presenting on two topics

Entity Framework Code First – Beyond the Basics

This session will cover scenarios beyond the basics. Topics such as creation of object hierarchies and complex types will be discussed. Performance tips will be covered as well as usage scenarios in services. Techniques to handle schema changes will be discussed. High level overview of how to handle various RDBMS with Entity Framework will be part of the conversation.

Building Data Driven Applications Using WinRT and XAML

This session will help attendees understand data access techniques in WinRT. The talk will highlight various ways to persists the data locally and via services. Topics will include data binding implications in regard with data usages, asynchronous access to data, and binding to various XAML controls.

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