The Virtual ASP.NET MVC Conference (MVCConf) happened earlier today. Several thousand developers attended the event online, and had the opportunity to watch 27 great talks presented by the community.
All of the live presentations were recorded, and videos of them will be posted shortly so that everyone can watch them (for free). I’ll do a blog post with links to them once they are available.
Special Pluralsight Training Available for Next 48 Hours
In my MVCConf keynote this morning, I also mentioned a special offer that Pluralsight (a great .NET training partner) is offering – which is the opportunity to watch their excellent ASP.NET MVC 3 Fundamentals course free of charge for the next 48 hours.
Scott Allen is the presenter, and the format, video player, and cadence of the course is really great. It provides an excellent way to quickly come up to speed with all of the new features introduced with the new ASP.NET MVC 3 release.
Click here to watch the Pluralsight training - available free of charge for the next 48 hours (until Thursday at 9pm PST).
Other Beginning ASP.NET MVC Tutorials
We will be publishing a bunch of new ASP.NET MVC 3 content, training and samples on the http://asp.net/mvc web-site in the weeks ahead. We’ll include content that is tailored to developers brand-new to ASP.NET MVC, as well as content for advanced ASP.NET MVC developers looking to get the most out of it.
Below are two tutorials available today that provide nice introductory step-by-step ASP.NET MVC 3 tutorials:
I recommend reviewing both of the above tutorials if you are looking to get started with ASP.NET MVC 3 and want to learn the core concepts and features behind it.
Hope this helps,