Description
Course info
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(802)
Level
Beginner
Updated
Jul 12, 2011
Duration
1h 48m
Description

A beginner's first look at the Microsoft Web Platform. After an overview of the "big picture", a series of demonstrations showcase different approaches to developing for the web.

About the author
About the author

J. Michael Palermo IV is a Microsoft Developer Evangelist based out of Phoenix, AZ

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

An Introduction to the Microsoft Web Platform
Hi. This is Michael Palermo. I am really proud and excited to be part of this video course, A Beginner's Guide to the Microsoft Web Platform. This module does serve as an introduction.

Web Forms - Web Application Projects
Hi. This is Michael Palermo. In this course, A Beginner's Guide to the Microsoft Web Platform, this module is going to focus on web forms specifically in web application projects.

Web Forms - Web Sites
Hi. This Michael Palermo. In this course, a beginner's guide to the Microsoft Web Platform, we're going to be addressing web forms, but we're going to be looking at them in this module in the context of websites.

MVC 3
Hi. This is Michael Palermo. In this course, A Beginner's Guide to the Microsoft Web Platform, we're going to be addressing in this particular module, MVC and specifically MVC 3.

WebMatrix - WebPages development
Hi. This is Michael Palermo. In this course, A Beginner's Guide to the Microsoft Web Platform, this module is going to focus on a new technology, web pages and how it can be used primarily in WebMatrix and we'll also see how it's applied in Visual Studio 2010.