TechEd 2013 Talks & Source Code

Posted on June 10, 2013. Filed under: ASP.NET, Entity Framework, Visual Studio | Tags: , , , , |

Last week I had the pleasure of attending TechEd 2013 to present a couple of sessions. Here are links to the session recordings, slides and source code.


Breakout Session: Entity Framework 6: Database Access Anywhere, Easily

This session covers the basics of EF6, open source, and a series of demos for the new EF6 features.




Channel 9 Live: Entity Framework 6

This was a short (30min) informal chat with Robert Green about EF6. We talk about new features and the move to open source.




Breakout Session: How to Build ASP.NET Web Applications Using Async

This session put me well outside of my comfort zone since ASP.NET is not my area of expertize. I tried to put together a talk that walked folks through the same learning curve I went through as I learnt the subject matter (in 75min rather than a couple of weeks).

I’m also fortunate to have access to a bunch of people who design and build ASP.NET and/or have presented on this topic before. Many thanks to Levi Broderick, Damian Edwards, Scott Hunter, & Glenn Condron for their help with previous content, reviewing my content and answering a bunch of questions I had. Thanks also to Brad Wilson and Steve Sanderson whose previously recorded sessions were a big help.




    Rowan works as a Program Manager for the ADO.NET Entity Framework team at Microsoft. He speaks at technical conferences and blogs at Rowan lives in Seattle, Washington with his wife Athalie. Prior to moving to the US he resided in the small state of Tasmania in Australia. Outside of technology Rowan's passions include snowboarding, mountain biking, horse riding, rock climbing and pretty much anything else that involves being active. The primary focus of his life, however, is to follow Jesus.


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