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Thanks to all those who attended my session Retrofit WebForms with ASP.NET MVC at the Richmond Code Camp 2010.2.

To be honest, it was my very first time speaking at a big event like this and I was quite nervous during it.
I realized after the demo that I went through the topics quite faster than I should.
Nonetheless, I hope my session was helpful and you learned something from it.

 

Thank you all for asking very good questions so I can improve my presentation for next time.
Please let me know if you wanted to learn more about a certain topic that I didn't spend enough time explaining.

 

To those who are interested in downloading the Powerpoint presentation and the project demo, you can download it below.
Please let me know if you have any problem opening and running it.

The download zip file should contains 3 files.
(1) Demo project zip file
(2) SQL Server 2008 Demo database backup file. You'll need to restore it on your own computer.
(3) PowerPoint 2007

 

I am planning to write up a blog post series on my presentation in the near future as time permits.
So it will be easier for you to learn more about the topics from my presentation in detail.

Thanks,
Soe

Note: Updated and replaced with the NoVa CodeCamp 2010.2 Demo on December 11th 2010.

Posted on Sunday, October 10, 2010 11:28 PM MVC , CodeCamp | Back to top


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Thanks again! I think you did a great job. My head was hurting after learning all that information, but not complaining here. Keep it up!
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It is nice to work on something new and exciting. - Paradise Home Improvement Charlotte
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