Workshop: "Understanding the ASP.NET Web Development Platform - From Rapid Prototyping up to Professional Applications"

Track: Tutorial

Time: Friday 09:00 - 17:00

Location: Musikhuset Nr. 222

Abstract: ASP.NET is Microsoft's web development platform included in the .NET Framework. The platform actually supports a variety of different development paradigms that you can use for creating different flavors of applications. While the foundation of the platform which deals with request-processing, state management or security is common, the platform supports a variety of development frameworks with different paradigms to support different needs and target groups. In this tutorial you will learn how you can use the different development frameworks depending on your needs and how you can combine them. You will take a the original ASP.NET web forms framework which favors a control-based model and simple separation of UI logic and presentation. Learn, how Dynamic Data Forms on one side address the needs of rapid prototyping with fast results. And finally see, how the ASP.NET MVC goes beyond the web forms framework with an implementation of the MVC pattern and therefore with a clear separation of concerns for the sake of reusability, maintainability and testability. In this tutorial you will touch the whole range of possibilities of the ASP.NET platform - check it out!


Mario Szpuszta, Microsoft

 Mario  Szpuszta

Mario works as an architect in the Developer and Platform Group of Microsoft Austria and supports software architects of enterprise accounts and top 10 web site accounts in Austria.

Mario always focussed on working with Microsoft technologies and started working with the .NET Framework very early. In the past years he focussed on secure software development, ASP.NET web development, web services as well as integrating Microsoft Office Clients and Servers in custom applications using Microsoft .NET, Office Open XML File Formats and web services.

Mario worked together with Ingo Rammer on writing ?Advanced .NET Remoting 2nd Edition? as co-author and participated in writing ?Pro ASP.NET 2.0 in C#? as well as ?Pro ASP.NET 3.5 in C#? together with Matthew MacDonald.