VS 2010 & .NET Fx 4.0: Disponible la Beta2 del Training Kit (Preview de Octubre)!

Pues eso, que ya tenemos disponible para descarga la Beta2 del Training Kit de Visual Studio 2010 y .NET Framework 4.0 Beta2. Como siempre, el training kit viene cargadito de material para empaparse de las novedades de la Beta2 de Visual Studio 2010 y .NET Framework 4.0. Por cortesía de Jason Olson, aquí va el resumen de los contenidos :-)….molaaaa!

Presentations

  • What’s New in .NET Framework 4
  • What’s New in Visual Studio 2010
  • Introduction to ASP.NET MVC
  • Introduction to Managed Extensibility Framework
  • Introduction to .NET RIA Services
  • Introduction to “Velocity”
  • Parallel Computing for Managed Developers
  • Web Deployment with Visual Studio 2010
  • What’s New in ASP.NET AJAX 4
  • What’s New in ASP.NET Web Forms 4
  • What’s New in C# and VB
  • What’s New in ADO.NET Data Services
  • What’s New in Entity Framework 4
  • What’s New in Windows Presentation Foundation 4
  • What’s New in Windows Workflow 4

Hands-On Labs

  • Introduction to ADO.NET Data Services
    • Exercise 1: Creating and Consuming ADO.NET Data Services
    • Exercise 2: Consuming ADO.NET Data Services using ASP.NET AJAX
    • Exercise 3: Extending Data Services with Service Operations and Interceptors
    • Exercise 4: Adding Client-Side Paging with Row Count
  • ASP.NET AJAX 4
    • Exercise 1: Leveraging a Client-Side Template
    • Exercise 2: Using the DataView Control
    • Exercise 3: Creating Custom Markup Extensions
    • Exercise 4: Declaratively Instantiating Behaviors
  • Creating Plan My Night – ASP.NET MVC Application
    • Exercise 1: Creating an ASP.NET MVC Application, Plan My Night
    • Exercise 2: Creating Entity Framework Data Model
    • Exercise 3: Adding AJAX For Searching Activities
  • Enhancing Plan My Night – ASP.NET MVC Application
    • Exercise 1: Adding Caching using “Velocity”
    • Exercise 2: Structuring an Application using MVC Areas
  • Introduction to ASP.NET Web Forms 4
    • Exercise 1: Controlling Server Control ClientIds
    • Exercise 2: Enabling Bi-Directional Routing Support
    • Exercise 3: Granular ViewState
  • Microsoft Office Programmability in C# and Visual Basic
  • Introduction to F#
    • Exercise 1: Types in F#
    • Exercise 2: Using the Let keyword
    • Exercise 3: Functions
    • Exercise 4: Lists
    • Exercise 5: Pattern Matching and Recursion
    • Exercise 6: Types and Discriminated Unions
  • Introduction to the Managed Extensibility Framework
    • Exercise 1: Using MEF To Dynamically Add Modules to an Application
    • Exercise 2: Dynamically extending a form
  • Introduction to “Velocity”
    • Exercise 1: Setting up and running “Velocity”
    • Exercise 2: Programming directly against “Velocity” as a generic object cache
    • Exercise 3: Using Velocity’s SessionState provider with ASP.NET
    • Exercise 4 (Optional): Configure “Velocity” Cache in a cluster
  • Introduction to Workflow 4
    • Exercise 1: Hello Workflow
    • Exercise 2: Refactoring Workflows
    • Exercise 3: The CodeActivity
    • Exercise 4: Dynamic Workflows with XAML
    • Exercise 5: Testing Workflows
    • Exercise 6: WorkflowApplication
    • Exercise 7: Adding If/Else Logic
    • Exercise 8: Error Handling
    • Exercise 9: Activity Designers
    • Exercise 10: Hosted Designer
  • Introduction to Parallel Extensions
    • Exercise 1: Parallelize existing algorithm using static Parallel helper class
    • Exercise 2: Create and run parallelized Tasks
    • Exercise 3: Using the Task<T> class to create and run tasks that return a value
    • Exercise 4: Parallelizing LINQ queries using PLINQ
  • Test-Driven Development in Visual Studio 2010
  • WCF Service Discovery
    • Exercise 1: Ad-Hoc Discovery
    • Exercise 2: Metadata Extensions
    • Exercise 3: Announcements
    • Exercise 4: Discovery Proxy
    • Exercise 5: Legacy Discovery
  • Web Development in Visual Studio 2010
    • Exercise 1: Using HTML Code Snippets
    • Exercise 2: Web.config Transformations
    • Exercise 3: Packaging and Deploying Web Applications
    • Exercise 4: Packaging and Deploying Web Applications for IIS
  • Building a Data-Driven Master/Detail Business Form using WPF 4
  • Multi-touch Gesture – MFC
  • Multi-touch WMTouch – MFC
  • Ribbon – MFC
  • Taskbar – MFC

Demos

  • ContosoAutomotive (Parallel Extensions + MEF + WPF)
  • AdventureWorks AJAX
  • ASP.NET AJAX Ten-In-One
  • Managed Languages Ten-In-One
  • Barrier
  • CountdownEvent
  • Hello Visual Studio 2010
  • Introduction to the Managed Extensibility Framework
  • Parallel Baby Names
  • Parallel For Loop
  • Parallel LINQ (PLINQ)
  • Parallel Tasks
  • “Velocity”

Publicado por

Juan Carlos González

Juan Carlos es Ingeniero de Telecomunicaciones por la Universidad de Valladolid y Diplomado en Ciencias Empresariales por la Universidad Oberta de Catalunya (UOC). Cuenta con más de 12 años de experiencia en tecnologías y plataformas de Microsoft diversas (SQL Server, Visual Studio, .NET Framework, etc.), aunque su trabajo diario gira en torno a SharePoint & Office 365. Juan Carlos es MVP de Office Servers & Services desde 2015 (anteriormente fue reconocido por Microsoft como MVP de Office 365 y MVP de SharePoint Server desde 2008 hasta 2015), coordinador del grupo de usuarios .NET de Cantabria (Nuberos.Net, www.nuberos.es), co-fundador y coordinador del Grupo de Usuarios de SharePoint de España (SUGES, www.suges.es), así como co-director de la revista gratuita en castellano sobre SharePoint CompartiMOSS (www.compartimoss.com). Hasta la fecha, ha publicado 8 libros sobre SharePoint & Office 365 y varios artículos en castellano y en inglés sobre ambas plataformas.

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