Design patterns such as Model View Controller (MVC) have proven to be indispensable in building well architected applications across a multitude of platforms. Come learn about how to build modern web applications using AngularJS and the Model View Controller Pattern.
NOTE: Part I of DOUBLE LENGTH SESSION
NOTE: Part II of DOUBLE LENGTH SESSION
Come browse whats new in VS vNext (aka “14”). We will discuss the new project layout, tight integration with the cloud, and some interesting developments in .NET that make it so you can bring your own IDE in case VS isn’t your cup of tea. We will go through the major features together, and there will be time to ask questions at the end.
This talk shows how to use the WPF MVVM/MVC framework subset of theCODE Framework to build a modern and professional interface in a highly productive way. Emphasis is put on building reusable and
maintainable interfaces in a structured way that can be taught to all developer skill levels without sacrificing implementation and architecture quality.
In a short time, SignalR has grown from a humble open source project to an officially supported part of the ASP.NET namespace. SignalR enables you to break the dependency on the web’s request/response cycle without having to curate the whole process of creating web sockets, long polling, and using the right servers. SignalR does it for you with an intuitive architecture that lets you focus on building an app that updates the server and connected clients as things happen.
In this talk we’ll discuss how to create a game using the Unity Game Engine, with a focus on the 3D game environment. Unity can help you to create a first person shooter or runner game in full 3D. We’ll look at how to add your own 3D assets, how to manipulate shaders and lights, how to use physics and how to create 3D environments and make a game your own!
By now you’ve heard of unit tests. Perhaps you’ve read an article about them or watched a video. Maybe you’ve even tried to write a few yourself, but the whole unit testing “thing” hasn’t quite hit home yet. Maybe you’ve been put off by the Testinistas or your company thinks unit tests are just a bunch of extra code. No matter where you are on this spectrum, if you aren’t writing unit tests as part of your daily coding, then this talk is for you. In this gentle introduction, we will discuss the value of unit tests. You will learn some practical techniques you can use to start to make unit testing part of your daily routine.