New class: ASP.NET MVC Boot Camp developer training

Posted by: Jeffrey Palermo, on 09 Mar 2009 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

I'm currently developing the curriculum for an ASP.NET MVC Boot Camp.  This class is going to happen even if we have to run it on the Release Candidate because the framework is coming to RTM very soon.  This is a 3-day course, and we will go deep and fast.  This course is NOT for people new to ASP.NET.  We assume knowledge of WebForms and the ASP.NET request pipeline.  Although we will be working with and enhancing a full web application complete with multiple architectural...

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