Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Pluralsight has developed a great training course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps with EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

It is presented by the most excellent Dan Wahlin, and is really comprehensive.  Details of the course outline can be found here.

Free 1-Month Subscription to the Course

Pluralsight is offering a special promotion that allows you to get a free 1-month subscription to watch the above course as many time as you want at no cost.  There is no obligation to buy anything at the end of the offer and you don’t need to supply a credit card in order to take part in it.

To get access to the course you simply follow @pluralsight on Twitter and then visit this page and enter your Twitter name using the form on it.  Pluralsight will then send you a private twitter message containing the access code that you can use to subscribe to the course.  Once you are subscribed to the course you have one month to watch the course (and you can watch it as many times as you want during the month). 

Pluralsight is running the promotion through April 27th – so sign-up now to get access.  Once you are signed up you then have a month to watch the course.

Hope this helps,

Scott

P.S. And if you are new to Twitter you can also optionally follow me: @scottgu

Published Thursday, April 19, 2012 10:55 PM by ScottGu
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Comments

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Friday, April 20, 2012 3:03 AM by Anon

thnx. but it's not possible to download samples. it needs a plus account.

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Friday, April 20, 2012 3:56 AM by Otsile Earl Kole

Thank you for the info Scott...

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Friday, April 20, 2012 4:51 AM by safipeti

Thanks for sharing!

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Friday, April 20, 2012 6:10 AM by Andrew Knox

I'm a subscriber and am watching this course at the minute - these types of videos are great where you see various pieces of tech integrating with each other, and listening to the authors explanation for building it in the way that they are. Great stuff - reminds me of the MVC Storefront screencast by the great Rob Conery :)

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Friday, April 20, 2012 7:48 AM by Noel Arlante

Is this a Monthly Plus with offline viewing? :) Thanks Scott!

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Friday, April 20, 2012 9:11 AM by teoman

great news, thanks Scott!

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Friday, April 20, 2012 10:13 AM by Betonlol

Thx for sharing this!

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Friday, April 20, 2012 10:26 AM by AbelebA

Thanks,

I will certainly take advantage of it and forward this to my team.

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Friday, April 20, 2012 10:49 AM by Renjith Maxy

Thanks for letting us know.

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Friday, April 20, 2012 11:05 AM by David Bohunek

Thanks, will you it for sure!

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Friday, April 20, 2012 11:42 AM by Will Bosacker

To bad it requires a Twitter account; otherwise, I'd watch it.  I don't have a Twitter acount and I don't want one.  Sorry...

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Friday, April 20, 2012 11:51 AM by شات

thanks alot very much

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Friday, April 20, 2012 12:34 PM by Alejandro Hidalgo

I am with Will.  I would love to watch the course, but i will not open a Twitter account because of this!

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Friday, April 20, 2012 12:48 PM by Fred

@Will Bosacker, I hear ya about the Twitter account, I made one for scenarios just as this.  I created a new Gmail account for my "online self" and used that to sign up for on Twitter.  Outside of situations like this though I never use it.

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Friday, April 20, 2012 12:57 PM by Oz

I'm a paid member of Pluralsight and I can tell you that the videos are top-notch and informative. The constant inclusion of projects that directly relate to the content is one

of the things I love best about this company. I encourage everyone to take advantage of the

opportunity to enjoy new technology, and learn something new. After all, that's why we are develoeprs right?

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Friday, April 20, 2012 2:46 PM by Mike Collins

Awesome news!  Thanks Scott!

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Friday, April 20, 2012 4:28 PM by David Robinson

Scott you rock!  Love your material, keep up the good work

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Friday, April 20, 2012 6:49 PM by rrrsr7205

Got access code.  Pluralsite site managed to hide the "subscribe" button or whatever it takes to enroll in the course.  So here I sit with a hot access code and nowhere to go with it.

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Saturday, April 21, 2012 1:23 AM by meysam.savameri

Thanks for sharing.

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Sunday, April 22, 2012 4:02 AM by Andy (at least i think i am today)

I'm sure this will be a great course but I don't want a Twitter account either. And I don't want to have to create an email account just to create a Twitter account for situations like this. Why can't I just give them my email like the good old days and not have to manage me, myself and irene :)

Scott, can't you have a word?

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Tuesday, April 24, 2012 6:51 PM by John

I don't have a Twitter account and don't want one. I guess Pluralsight want more Twitter followers, but staying in touch via email or RSS is just as viable.

PS. I predict the Twitter bubble will eventually burst and in 10 years time, we'll look back and say: "Remember when people used to tweet? How old school ..."

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Wednesday, April 25, 2012 12:59 PM by MattDub

After three tries, I got the access code.  Pluralsite site has managed to hide the "subscribe" button or whatever it takes to enroll in the course.  So here I sit with a hot access code and nowhere to go with it.  Plus the site pluralsight page is wrecked in Chrome.

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Wednesday, April 25, 2012 1:01 PM by MattDub

Oh looking a Pluralsight FAQ : "

We do not offer subscriptions to a single course; however, you can get a Monthly subscription to view all of our courses for just $29/month and disable auto-renew so that you’re only charged for a single month. This is a very economical way to watch just one course."

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Thursday, April 26, 2012 3:59 PM by sandeepp

great , thanks Scott

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Friday, April 27, 2012 12:53 AM by ankit.sri

Good as always,thanks Scott

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Monday, April 30, 2012 3:10 AM by tan_vision_12_2010

Offer Expired.:( i m to late

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Thursday, May 10, 2012 11:49 AM by Paul Jones

Can you please answer these simple questions. Are you going to release the next version of ASP.NET? Is your team working on it? I have to take some important project related decisions, please don't mind. If the future Roadmap is clear it helps a lot.  

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Friday, May 11, 2012 12:06 AM by ScottGu

@Paul,

>>>>> Can you please answer these simple questions. Are you going to release the next version of ASP.NET? Is your team working on it? I have to take some important project related decisions, please don't mind. If the future Roadmap is clear it helps a lot.  

I'm not sure I understand your question exactly.  We are currently in beta for ASP.NET 4.5 and Visual Studio 11 - so yes we are definitely going to be releasing it.  You can learn more about some of the great improvements coming with it here: http://www.asp.net/vnext

Hope this helps,

Scott

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Tuesday, May 15, 2012 3:03 PM by mohammadjafari

tnx for sharing

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Thursday, May 17, 2012 2:14 PM by Kristina

Can you please answer these simple questions. Are you going to release the next version of Webmatrix? Is your team working on it? I have to take some important project related decisions, please don't mind. If the future Roadmap is clear it helps a lot.

Which time you have choose to release webmatrix. Uservoice site make me thing about the feature they have made.

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Thursday, May 17, 2012 11:37 PM by ScottGu

@Kristina,

>>>>> Can you please answer these simple questions. Are you going to release the next version of Webmatrix? Is your team working on it? I have to take some important project related decisions, please don't mind. If the future Roadmap is clear it helps a lot.

Yes - we are definitely going to be releasing the next version of Webmatrix.  It will be out shortly and is going to be very cool :)

Thanks,

Scott

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Thursday, May 17, 2012 11:50 PM by VishalNahar

on respone.redirect the cookies expier in the timout mentioned rather then sliding effect.

13 hours, 10 minutes ago|LINK

on respone.redirect the cookies expier in the timout mentioned rather then sliding effect.

I do a response.redirect depending on type of user so once the response.redirect is done the auth cookie expire in the timeout time instead of considering the siliding effect the same does not happen with FormsAuthentication.RedirectFromLoginPage method, so before calling response.redirect I called FormsAuthentication.SetAuthCookie which also did not work.

and this all is before the half time of the cookie timeout.

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Thursday, May 17, 2012 11:52 PM by VishalNahar

oh that was by mistake

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Monday, May 21, 2012 5:46 AM by Akshay Kulkarni

Currently I am a webforms developer. I started learning Asp.net MVC. But recently I saw previews of Windows Server 8 Beta. I was surprised to see Metro UI on Windows Server. I thought Metro was for Windows Client only. Now I am little confused as to continue with Asp.net or not. If Metro[and probably WinRT] is the future on Windows Server 8 then is this the last version of .NET framework[.NET 4.5]? Or are you planning to have future versions for .NET and will they be equally supported on Windows Server. In other words what is the "preferred technology" on Windows Server 8 and onwards, .NET or Metro?

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Monday, May 21, 2012 8:50 PM by ScottGu

@Akshay,

>>>>>> Currently I am a webforms developer. I started learning Asp.net MVC. But recently I saw previews of Windows Server 8 Beta. I was surprised to see Metro UI on Windows Server. I thought Metro was for Windows Client only. Now I am little confused as to continue with Asp.net or not. If Metro[and probably WinRT] is the future on Windows Server 8 then is this the last version of .NET framework[.NET 4.5]? Or are you planning to have future versions for .NET and will they be equally supported on Windows Server. In other words what is the "preferred technology" on Windows Server 8 and onwards, .NET or Metro?

Metro is a client-side application approach to build client-side applications that are installed locally on the machine (and do not run in a browser).  You can use C#/VB/.NET to build applications with it.

ASP.NET is a server-side application approach that enables you to build web applications that run within a browser on the client.  You can obviously use C#/VB/.NET to build applications with it.

If you want to target browsers (or any platform) you should use ASP.NET.  If you want to build Windows 8 metro applications that are installed locally on Windows 8 machines then use metro.  You can optionally have these client applications call ASP.NET Web APIs on the server.

The good news is that you can use C#/VB/.NET and Visual Studio for both.

Hope this helps,

Scott

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Tuesday, May 22, 2012 1:53 PM by fredalsa

Hi Scott.

I'm trying to send all fields that I have into the Edit page to a class to update those fields. but I don't know how.

Can you help me on this?

Thanks.

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Saturday, May 26, 2012 1:35 PM by mohammadsufiyan

Thank You Very much....for the post

# re: Great Free Course on Building ASP.NET MVC Apps With EF Code First, HTML5 and jQuery

Saturday, June 2, 2012 8:26 AM by Movers In Dubai

I've been using Beta 2 for the last month or so and it's been a love-hate relationship. When it works is great, but there are many things that are buggy and cause crashes and package load errros. Also some of the ASP.NET 4.0 features in Beta 2 were not quite working the way they were spec'd so I for one am really glad to see another public preview.

One suggestion (if it isn't obvious) - I hope you are putting some effort towards making sure that the transition from the RC to release will be possible without a complete machine repaving. A complete cleanup routine (more thorough than /reset settings today) would also be useful.

Anyway glad to see another public preview is coming before release...