This month’s UG meeting is held on 17th November 2009, at Level 22 CF12, NTUC Building from 1845 – 2115 hrs. Light Refreshments will be served before the session.
Introducing Windows Workflow Foundation 4.0
Maung Maung Phyo. MVP (Security)
1900 – 2000 hrs
Programs coordinate work. The code for coordination and state management often obscures a program's purpose - making it hard to maintain and enhance further. Join us in this user group meeting to learn how programming with Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) 4.0 provides clarity of intent while preserving the functional richness of the .NET framework. See how easy it is to build workflows with the new Visual Studio 2010 workflow designer and learn how WF integrates well with other Microsoft technologies. If you've looked at WF before, come and see the changes to data flow, composition, and new control flow styles. Significant improvements to usability, composability, and performance make Workflow a great fit for a broad range of solutions on both the client and the server.
Maung Maung Phyo currently works as a Developer Tools Technical Specialist in Developer & Platform Evangelism team, Microsoft Singapore. Prior to joining Microsoft, he worked for NCS Pte Ltd where he architected and implemented numerous business solutions using .NET tools and technologies. He was awarded Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in Visual Developer - Security category. Maung Maung, being passionate about technologies, loves getting his hands dirty with latest Microsoft servers and technologies, enjoys sharing his knowledge with others. You can catch Maung Maung at the various Microsoft events, such as MSDN TechTalk, TechEd SEA, MEDC, TechFest, Mix-it-up, and also at the community events.
ASP.NET MVC 2
Alvin Lau, MVP (ASP.NET)
2015 – 2115 hrs
Developing applications with ASP.NET MVC 2 is going to be more productive than with ASP.NET MVC 1.0 with the improvements being made in this version such as the Templated and Paging Helpers. Additionally, those working with ASP.NET MVC 2 in the enterprise will find that some of the unique needs of their environment will be addressed via the new Areas and AsyncController features.
To register for the event, drop an email to microlau_at_sgdotnet_dot_org. Note that there’s currently no email confirmation for the event.
Directions to the venue can be found here