Please join us for an interesting session presented by Stephen Forte
Applications today are expected to expose their data and consume data-centric services via REST. In this session we discuss what REST is and have an overview of WCF Data Services and see how we can REST enable your data using the Open Data Protocol (OData). Then you will learn how to leverage existing skills in Visual Studio, LINQ and data access to customize the behavior, control-flow, security model and experience of your data service. We will then see how to enable data-binding to traditional ASP.NET controls as well as Silverlight. We’ll look at other consumers of oData including SQL Server PowerPivot for Excel, wrapping up the session by talking about consuming other OData based applications in .NET as well talk about a non-Microsoft client. This is a very demo intensive session..
Speaker Bio – Stephen Forte:
Stephen is the Chief Strategy Officer of Telerik, a leading vendor in .NET components. He sits on the board of several start-ups including Triton Works and is also a certified scrum master. Prior to this he was CTO and co-founder of Corzen, Inc, a New York based provider of online market research data for Wall Street Firms and before that CTO of Zagat Survey in New York City as well as co-founder of the New York based software consulting firm The Aurora Development Group. Stephen is the Microsoft Regional Director for the NY Metro region, an MVP, INETA speaker and co-moderator and founder of the NYC .NET Developer User Group. He speaks regularly at industry conferences around the world and has written several books on application and database development. He currently Stephen has an MBA from the City University of New York.
Date: 27th January, 2011Time: 18:15 for 18:30Venue: Microsoft Cape Town (Please note the address below)Golf Park 3, Engen House, Raapenberg Road, MowbrayPlease RSVP (!) at http://sadevct201101.eventbrite.com/
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