Speaking at San Diego .Net User Group Fall Tech Day on ASP.NET MVC in Action

The San Diego .Net User Group has invited me to give two presentations to the Fall Tech Day event.

I’m giving two presentations in the morning.  The first presentation has been on tour quite a bit in 2008 starting with Tech Ed 2008 and then on an INETA User Group tour in the summer.  The second presentation is brand new and based on my upcoming book and lessons learned on real projects I’m directing.  If you are in the area, make sure to register on the site and come on out.

TDD, DI, and SoC with ASP.NET MVC
Description: Spelled out, it is test-driven development, dependency injection, and separation of concerns with Active Server Pages .Net Model View Controller. This talk will dive into how to design a presentation layer using ASP.NET MVC. In today’s industry, TDD, DI, and SoC are proven concepts that lead to more maintainable applications. Along with demonstrating how to use these techniques with ASP.NET MVC, we will discuss just what concerns should be separated. This talk provides a unique perspective on separation of concerns and uses TDD and DI to make it happen. MvcContrib is used in all the demos.

ASP.NET MVC in Action
Microsoft is releasing a new version of ASP.NET that uses a model-view-controller pattern for handling an http request. This session will not cover the basics of the ASP.NET MVC Framework. Instead, this session serves the advanced developer looking to get past basic samples and dive into working with this new version of ASP.NET to create complex business applications. The material will cover as much design as anything else, and the speaker will share real-world experiences using ASP.NET MVC in enterprise applications. Get a good night’s sleep before coming because the pace will be fast and the coverage deep.