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MVC and Other .NET Technologies in a Real World Application with Tim Colton

Applying MVC and Other .NET Technologies in a Real World Application with Tim Colton

At our user group presentations over the past few years we have seen a number of different technologies which can be used to quickly build robust applications. Each technology addressed individual aspects of an application. During this presentation I’ll be taking a different approach. I will be showing how these technologies are combined into an actual real-world application. The technologies include: Entity Framework 4.1, T4 templates for code generation, meta-data driven architectures, dependency injection, MVC, jQuery and jQuery plug-ins.

Tim Colton is an Application Architect with The Spitfire Group. Tim has worked with various web technologies since the late 1990’s. His areas of expertise include web development using the .NET Framework (WebForms and MVC), JavaScript and jQuery. For the past six years he has worked for the Spitfire Group. As an Application Architect he has been responsible for the design, implementation and support of large scale web applications in the healthcare, real estate, and financial services industries. The Spitfire Group is an award-winning IT consulting firm providing business-driven technology solutions to our clients.

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  • Jonathan B.

    Very well presented review of a "business class" MVC application and new thoughts on code generation.

    November 12, 2012

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