Speaking at Umbraco Codegarden ‘10 on ASP.NET MVC 2

Next week I’ll be leading an ASP.NET MVC Bootcamp at the MVC pre-conference during annual Umbraco CodeGarden conference in Copenhagen starting next June 23rd.

Niels and Per have lined up a really impressive MVC Pre-conference. I’m really honored to be presenting alongside Steve Sanderson and Simone Chiaretta, two of the top MVC experts worldwide:

  • Simone will be talking about ASP.NET MVC Extensibility
  • Steve will be talking about Advanced ASP.NET MVC, BDD-TDD, and Web Security

I’ll be covering an introduction to ASP.NET MVC, pulling in some of my favorite bits from the Web Camps tour and going further with some pointers on where to go next with testing, migration strategies for components, what to learn next, etc. There are hands-on labs, as well, so if you’re coming make sure to be prepared and bring your laptop.

I’m really happy about the different tracks for this pre-conference – there will be great content for beginners and advanced developers going the whole time, so the talks can really focus on one experience level rather than trying to cater to the whole spectrum.

It looks like there are still some tickets available, so if you’re near Copenhagen next Wednesday and want to learn more about ASP.NET MVC, I can’t think of a better way to spend the day. (Codegarden 10 is sold out.)

On the way back, I’ll be stopping in to NYC for two days for the final Web Camp of the summer 2010 tour, speaking with Dan Wahlin. So if you’re too lazy to go to Copenhagen, maybe I’ll see you in NYC.

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