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Dev Day II – October 10th, 2011 – Update

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{EAV_BLOG_VER:8551b89f31ea387b}I enjoyed Dev Day II yesterday – it was a well-attended event and the presentations were interesting. I especially enjoyed Kieran Logan’s presentation on RoleConnect.com‘s use of NoSQL, Azure and Lucene.Net.

I forgot to say it at the time, but I am putting my own presentation up here for anyone who’s interested: ASP.Net MVC.

When I get a bit more time will add posts on the custom view engines I developed for the talk – LoggingViewEngine and PdfViewEngine: respectively, a custom View Engine to Log View HTML automatically and a custom View Engine to render a standard Razor view as a PDF instead.

And I will get round to finishing my series on C# encryption and decryption soon as well …

Written by andrewlocatelliwoodcock

October 11, 2011 at 19:35

Posted in ASP.Net MVC, C#, Razor, View Engines

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  1. Cheers Andrew – good talk yourself. You had a particularly tough challenge, trying to keep people engaged at the end of a long day. Judging by the questions afterwards, the usual Irish thing – ask no questions during the presentation then corner the speaker later, it was well received

    Kieran Logan

    October 18, 2011 at 02:02

    • 🙂

      Yes, I got a few emails afterwards but I figured that as I had the same number at the end as at the start, I hadn’t done badly!

      As an aside, I will be putting to code base up here in another post soon but it is in the process of morphing into something slightly different at the moment … watch this space …

      andrewlocatelliwoodcock

      October 18, 2011 at 16:53

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