I am thrilled to announce that I have authored a training course available at Pluralsight which is targeted for developers who are just beginning web development using the Microsoft web platform. Although it is a beginner’s course, it is designed to bring a current web developer not familiar with Microsoft up to speed with the latest terms, tools, and technologies.
The course provides a comparison of the same demo using Web Application Projects, Web Sites, Web Pages, and MVC. It also showcases Visual Studio 2010 and WebMatrix.
So if you are relatively new to web development using Microsoft technologies, take a look at “The Beginner’s Guide to the Microsoft Web Platform” at Pluralsight today! And if you can make the time for it, I would value your feedback.
I created a daily edition of a virtual paper via paper.li just a few days ago. I created a twitter list of developers in the Desert Mountain region (AZ, CO, NM, NV, UT) and have the paper generated from tweets from those folks. I also added #html5 and #css3 tags in the mix for content. The result has exceeded my expectations!
So grab a cup of your favorite beverage, sit back, and enjoy the paper!
Please join me at an HTML5 Web Camp near you! (Registration links below)
Keep hearing about HTML5? If you are a serious web developer or designer, you owe it to yourself to learn this new technology as soon as possible. One way to get a fantastic jumpstart is by attending an HTML5 Web Camp! This free one day event is an opportunity to connect with designers and developers and show you how you can start using HTML5 immediately.
An HTML5 Web Camp event is a unique opportunity, partnering classroom learning and hands-on-labs, and leveraging experts to help you build modern websites for today and beyond. The following topics will be considered at the upcoming HTML5 Web Camps:
- Overview of HTML5 and related technologies
- Development of web sites using new HTML5 syntax
- Adding Video, Sound, and Animations With HTML5
- HTML5 and today’s modern browsers
- Real-world scenarios for HTML5
June 10, 2011 Colorado Springs, Co
June 23, 2011 Irvine, CA
J. Michael Palermo IV
Dr. Doris Chen
Be a “Best of Web” Presenter at MIX11
Are you an expert on web development, design or monetization? Do you have interesting and unique information to deliver on creating next generation web sites? Submit your session proposal by Friday, January 14, 2011. The MIX content team will select the best proposals, and the MIX community will vote to determine who will present. Presenters will receive 3 nights hotel and a conference pass. Visit the Open Call page for detailed terms and conditions. See last year’s open call presenters and topics.
Save $500 + one night hotel at MIX11 – register by Feb 11
MIX11 registration opens in late January with a special offer for early birds – register by February 11 and save $500 on your conference pass, and receive one free night hotel when you book two or more nights at the Mandalay Bay. Join the MIX email newsletter and be among the first to learn about open registration, special offers, speakers and content for this year’s event.
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I am positioning all my technical blog posts to http://blogs.msdn.com/palermo4/
If you are curious why I am doing so, go read the first blog post and find out!
This month I am travelling to South Africa to speak at Tech Ed. Below is a screen capture of the sessions I will be delivering:
I am writing this blog at the Bellagio in Las Vegas, NV just moments after the keynote at DevConnections. The formal announcement has been made that Visual Studio 2010 has launched.
While this has been a long anticipated product release, I can’t help but wonder how long before the .NET community at large will actually embrace adoption. As a trainer, I encounter many developers who never switched from Visual Studio 2005 to 2008. A few number recently admitted using Visual Studio 2003.
With support for multi-monitors, code snippets in the web source view, UML diagrams auto-generated, framework enhancements and language features, improved deployment tools, and a fresh IDE – this is the one to switch to now for the developer who wants instant gratification and higher productivity.
Click on the new Visual Studio logo (above) for the cliff-notes on the features you want to know about – courtesy of Scott Hanselman.