CMAP Code Camp 2008 Spring Edition

Yesterday, I gave a talk at CMAP Code Camp about the asp.net mvc framework and AJAX using JQuery. This is my first time speaking, so I was a little nervous. I think I did ok but I can’t really tell. Of course, the talk didn’t go as planned, because Visual Studio didn’t cooperate. Thankfully, I had a Plan B and pulled up code that I had already prepared and just walked through it and explained it. I wanted to give more details but I didn’t have enough time.

So, if you have attended the talk, I would love to hear your feedback, so please leave me a comment or send me a not through the contact page.

Previously, I posted some asp.net mvc framework resources over here. You can also see my mvc bookmarks at http://del.icio.us/eibrahim/mvc

There are also tons of JQuery resources at www.jquery.com and I found this handy JQuery 1.2 cheat sheet (remember: this is for version 1.2)

document.write(”);

var scribd_doc = new scribd.Document(2093417, ‘key-r2kryjbgk3xe6r92w2k’); scribd_doc.addParam(‘height’, 370); scribd_doc.addParam(‘width’, 450); scribd_doc.addParam(‘page’, 1); scribd_doc.addParam(‘mode’, ‘list’); scribd_doc.write(’embedded_flash_2093417_ie0ue’);

“According to most studies, people’s number one fear is public speaking. Number two is death. Death is number two. Does that sound right? This means to the average person, if you go to a funeral, you’re better off in the casket than doing the eulogy.” – Jerry Seinfeld.

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0 thoughts on “CMAP Code Camp 2008 Spring Edition

  1. Hi Emad, You rock. I was in the audience and I like your session a lot. I think it was tough to present at the last session since everyone was a bit overwhelemed. Even so, I think you did a very good job. I am a jQuery user too. I haven’t get time to dig into ASP.NET MVC yet. Keep your good job. Good luck with your new endavors too.Harry

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  2. Hi Emad,

    You rock. I was in the audience and I like your session a lot. I think it was tough to present at the last session since everyone was a bit overwhelemed. Even so, I think you did a very good job.

    I am a jQuery user too. I haven’t get time to dig into ASP.NET MVC yet.

    Keep your good job. Good luck with your new endavors too.

    Harry

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