Presentation materials for my “Testable WebForms with MVP” are available at the links below:
First, SQL Saturday Baton Rouge 2014 has opened registration and placed the session list online. If you’re interested in development at all this is a must attend event. The sessions span all areas of development. The tracks include: .NET, Business Intelligence, Career Development, CIO/IT Manager, DBA, IT Pro, PowerShell, SharePoint, SQL Dev, and Web/Mobile dev. Please visit the website and sign up if you’re interested.
Secondly, I will be presenting “Testable WebForms with MVP”. This will be an intermediate topic and I’ll be assuming experience using ASP.NET WebForms and a basic understanding of unit testing. All code examples will be in C#. Here’s the description I sent in:
MVC is all the rage but what about all the code you already have written in ASP.NET WebForms? How can you make it maintainable and testable? In this session, I’ll show how you can make WebForms applications testable using Model-View-Presenter.
The information for this year’s Baton Rouge SQL Saturday & Tech Day came online this past week. It’s scheduled for August 4, 2012.
Free SQL Server, SharePoint and .NET training! Chance to win great prizes! What more could an IT Professional ask for? If this sounds good to you, then don’t miss your opportunity to attend SQL Saturday #150 and TECH Day, the largest FREE training event in Louisiana dedicated exclusively to SQL Server, .NET, Development, SharePoint and Business Intelligence. This is a COMMUNITY driven event!
For more information visit the official website at: http://sqlsaturday.com/150/eventhome.aspx
This Saturday (August 14th) LSU will be hosting SQL Saturday #28. The all day event will feature a number of great sessions and speakers. If you’re a technology professional in the Baton Rouge area, this event is a must. Along with the speakers and sessions, there will be plenty of local technology professionals attending (close to 600 registered attendees) which should make it a great event for networking.
The local user groups will also have a table setup to help spread the word. If you’re interested in getting involved with the .NET, SQL, or SharePoint user groups, please stop in and say hello. I’ll probably spend most of the day at the table talking up the New Orleans SharePoint User Group.