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The next release of Visual Studio has a major new language feature in VB/C#, “Async”. It will make for more responsive UIs, better performing web ASP websites, better network coding, and easier use of Phone/Silverlight/Windows APIs. Come to this talk to learn how it works and how to use it effectively. Learn how the .NET framework is changing to adapt to the Task-based Asynchronous Pattern. Learn what you should be doing right now to make your code ready for Async when it gets released.
Between lambda expressions in C# and functional programming in F#, we can now make use of patterns well beyond those popularized by the so called GOF. In this presentation we will learn the benefits of some useful patterns and how to implement them using C# and F#.
To help tame large applications and organize site functionality, ASP.NET MVC 2 introduced the concept of areas. Areas allow you to segregate controllers, models, and views into different physical locations, with the area-specific pieces in a single area folder. This article shows how T4MVC templates help you generate URLs and links between areas.
A SQL Server stored procedure, sometimes referred to as a stored proc or procedure, allows you to write one or more TSQL statements and store them within your database so that they can be called over and over again without having to write that code a again. This article shows you how to create a stored procedure for the Microsoft SQL Server database.
This video discusses the enhanced dependency graphs in Visual Studio 11. Dependency graphs represent your application structures as nodes and the relationships in your application as links. This video shows us how these graphs help you better understand your software so you can most efficiently enhance and maintain it.