Vermont.NET: Dec. Special guest & special night! Beth Massi on LightSwitch

**Pizza and Soda sponsored by Microsoft! (Thanks!!)**

Building Connected Business Applications in Light Speed
Visual Studio LightSwitch is the easiest way to create modern line of business applications for the enterprise. In this session you will learn how LightSwitch helps you focus your time on what makes your application unique, allowing you to easily implement common business application scenarios—such as integrating multiple data sources, data validation, authentication, and access control. See how LightSwitch in Visual Studio 2012 has embraced OData making it easy to consume as well as create interoperable data services. Then see how LightSwitch makes it easy to deploy these services to the Azure cloud and consume them from other client applications and platforms. You will also see how the LightSwitch team is enabling mobile scenarios making it easy to create HTML5/JavaScript companion clients for modern mobile devices.

Bio: Beth Massi is a Senior Program Manager on the Visual Studio team at Microsoft. Beth is a community champion for business application developers and has over 15 years of industry experience building business apps. She is a frequent speaker at various software development events and you can find her on a variety of developer sites including MSDN Developer Centers, Channel 9, and her blog Follow her on twitter @BethMassi

Thanks to DevTeach for
sponsoring Beth's travel to Vermont
for this meeting.
She'll also be speaking at
DevTeach (Dec 10-12).

Also note that Beth will be teaching a full day of Lightswitch as part of DevTeach. Register here:

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  • Julie L.

    Beth did an amazing job of now only showing Lightswitch potential to experienced devs, but she turned a lot of pre-conceived notions around about this topic. I think a lot of devs now have much more respect for and interest in Lightswitch. This is not Access, folks! :)

    December 16, 2012

  • Mark K.

    LightSwitch is really cool. I am looking forward to trying it.

    December 12, 2012

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