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Building Dynamic Applications with LINQ – Jim Wooley

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Tuesday, May 18th Meeting – Building Dynamic Applications with LINQ – Jim Wooley

Speaker Bio: Jim Wooley (http://www.thinqlinq.com/)
Jim Wooley is a frequent speaker, member of the INETA Speaker Bureau, MVP, and author of “LINQ in Action”. He is always striving to stay at the forefront of technology and enjoys the thrill of a new challenge. He has been active evangelizing LINQ since it’s announcement in 2005. Jim has actively helped to guide Microsoft through Software Design Reviews with product teams and is an active Microsoft Data Programmer Insider and Visual Basic Insider. In addition to speaking at numerous user groups and code camps in 7 states, Jim has presented at VSLive, DevWeek, DevLink, CodeMash, product launch events, MSDN conferences, and TechEd.

Event Abstract:
A number of technologies have been released in recent years which make building data driven applications easier. Starting with the declarative data models in LINQ and the Entity Framework, we are now able to build more dynamic applications quicker and easier than ever before. Building on top of LINQ, we now have the ability to present data dynamically through services (using ADO.Net Data Services), web applications (using ASP.Net Dynamic Data and enhancements to WebForms and MVC), client applications (through the WCF RIA Services) and external tools like Excel PowerPivot. In all of these, we can consume our data models the way we need to rather than by needing constantly modify our external contracts (in terms of Stored Procedures or service contracts). The capabilities we have available to us are not limited to the base scaffolding, but allows for significant customization as necessary for our particular business needs. In addition, we can reuse our underlying models to enforce business requirements while retaining these dynamic capabilities.

When: Tue, May 18, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Where: Mobile Information Technology (MIT) 651 Church St. Mobile, AL

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Written by rduclos

May 6, 2010 at 5:27 pm

Posted in LA.Net

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