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Sam Abraham Software Engineer/Architect: Putting Customers First April 2010 Entries
Upgrading from MVC 1.0 to MVC2 in Visual Studio 2010 and VS2008.

In this brief post, we will go over upgrading NerdDinner from MVC1 to MVC2 all while leveraging the multi-targeting support in VS2010 to continue developing with .Net 3.5. We also cover upgrading to MVC2 when using Visual studio 2008 SP1 and provide useful links on the subject.

Posted On Sunday, April 18, 2010 1:28 PM

UPDATED: IntelliTrace As a Learning Tool for MVC2 in a VS2010 Project

I will be using IntelliTrace in my upcoming talk at the Ft Lauderdale ArcSig .Net User Group Meeting on April 20th 2010 (check for more information), as a learning tool to demonstrate the internals of the lifecycle of an MVC2 application. I will also be providing some helpful links that cover IntelliTrace in more detail at the end of my article for reference. UPDATE: Just included a Video of Scott Hanselman using the VS2010 "Call Stack " to showcase MVC.

Posted On Thursday, April 15, 2010 8:28 PM

Free Pizza Social is back to Fladotnet's West Palm Beach .Net User Group
Sherlock Staffing is bringing back the free Pizza/Soda after-meeting social to Fladotnet's West Palm Beach .Net User Group. Group members will have ample time to network and share experiences while enjoying pizza and soda after each meeting. Alex Funkhouser, Sherlock Staffing's President and Chief Talent Agent, is a continuous supporter of the .Net community with Sherlock Staffing maintaining a strong presence in every user group and quickly stepping-in as sponsors to meet any arising community need. ......

Posted On Sunday, April 4, 2010 10:53 AM

Hello From South Florida
Fellow Blog Readers: I figured I use my first blog post on GeeksWithBlogs to introduce myself. I recently relocated from Long Island, NY to South Florida where I joined a local company as Software Engineer specializing in technologies such as C#, ASP.Net 3.5, WCF, Silverlight, SQL Server 2008 and LINQ, to name a few. I am an MCP and MCTS ASP.Net 3.5, looking to get my .Net 4.0 certification soon. Having been in industry for a few years so far, I figured I would share with you my take on the importance ......

Posted On Thursday, April 1, 2010 9:46 PM

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