MvcConf MVC Q&A call for questions

At MvcConf this Tuesday (2/8/2011), I will be hosting a Q&A session where YOU drive the content.  This is a 100% virtual conference. 

http://www.mvcconf.com/sessions/#palermo

mvcConf Speaker Jeffrey Palermo
Jeffrey Palermo
@jeffreypalermo

MVC Q&A

Most conferences are full of presentations with a little bit of Q&A at the end. This session is 100% Q&A, and YOU drive the content. I'll take a few questions people have posed through twitter and my blog, but during the session, I will answer questions as you submit them. My hope is to provide real-world contextual advice by accessing ASP.NET experience since 2002 and ASP.NET MVC experience since October, 2007 and my research in ASP.NET MVC in Action.

Please comment on this post to pose a question I can answer during this session.  I will also be taking questions via twitter.


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Rob Seder said on 2.08.2011 at 8:59 AM

Jeffrey,

The mvcConf - I'm hoping you'll cover some about viewengines? I'm not really clear on how you might "install" a view engine, and I'm gather that you can't really pick-and-choose, it's one view engine for an entire site, correct?

Also, what about upgrade path? I have a fairly extensive ASP.NET MVC 2 site that I've built (using the built-in ASP.NET view engine). Any tools to convert that to use Razor, for example? Thanks!

-Rob