My Session Slides & Samples from DevConnections Orlando 2011 Talks

I just uploaded my slides and samples for my 4 talks from DevConnections Orlando.

This includes code & slides for:

AMV201: A WebForms Programmer’s First ASP.NET MVC 3 Application
This session is for any Web Forms programmer looking to get his or her head around ASP.NET MVC. The session will begin with a brief introduction ASP.NET MVC 3. During the remainder of the session, Paul will present a series of step-by-step demos, building a data-driven ASP.NET application utilizing the Razor View Engine, LINQ, and the Entity Framework. The demos will cover the population of select controls, and the incorporation of input validation, unobtrusive JavaScript, jQuery, dependency injection, and testing.

SBI201: Creating Report Subscriptions in Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services
In this session, learn how to set up standard and data-driven subscriptions using Report Manager. We discuss creating file-share, email, and null subscriptions; and how to deal with potential issues with parameters and security. We also demonstrate a sophisticated Microsoft ASP.NET-based application that creates subscriptions by calling the SSRS Web Services API.

SBI303: Programming SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services
In this session, you’ll learn how to programmatically manipulate SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services (SSRS) (and SSRS 2008 R2) and integrate SSRS into your ASP.NET, Windows Forms, and Silverlight applications by employing URL Access, Report Viewer controls, and the Reporting Services Web Services. Finally, you’ll learn how to extend reporting services by calling custom .NET assemblies from your SSRS reports.

and my Open Spaces talk…

Speaking at Conferences
Have you spoken at user groups or small gatherings but was wondering what it takes to break into conference speaking? Or maybe you've never spoken at all in front of an audience. Come listen to Microsoft ASP.NET Connections co-founder and conference chair Paul Litwin talk about how to go about finding conferences to speak at, how to improve your proposal acceptance chances, the do's and don'ts of conference speaking, and how to hone your speaking skills. Besides his conference chairing duties, Paul has spoken at DevConnections, TechEd, Comdex, and a number of user groups, code camps, and internal events.

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