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PDC08 keynotes online

For those who got budget cut and can’t go to PDC this year… Monday and Tuesday’s PDC 2008 keynotes can be watched online. You may need to use IE to see the video… sorry it’s Microsoft site…, or click the links below if you are using Chrome like me…

Ray finally cover the Cloud computing… I found it interesting in last Qcon 2007… 

Keynote 1

8:30-10:30 AM Pacific Standard Time (UTC -8) Monday, October 27 
Ray Ozzie, Amitabh Srivastava, Bob Muglia and David Thompson

Keynote 2

8:30-10:30 AM Pacific Standard Time (UTC -8) Tuesday, October 28 
Ray Ozzie, Steven Sinofsky, Scott Guthrie and David Treadwell

Archived … KEYNOTE VIDEO LINKS

10/27 Links

10/28 Links (when time come…)

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Almost a year of community tech preview, the first true beta of the ASP.NET MVC framework has been released. It is a radical departure from the WebForms that has been promoted in the past, returning to mainstream web programming. The MVC pattern used in most of the current framework such as Ruby on Rails and Java’s Spring Framework (spring.net)

It also emphasis on JavaScript, AGAIN…. While WebForms tried to hide JavaScript from the developer, either by wrapping it in controls or by processing data on the server, ASP.NET MVC embraces it. By default MVC web sites get a “Scripts” folder already pre-populated with ASP.NET AJAX and jQuery

Another example of vendor influences, which trying to trap you under their proprietary way of thinking, can’t suppress the community evolutions and innovations…

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