Our very own Damian Brady took the stage at the DDD event in Brisbane to talk ASP.NET MVC

Mobile devices like tablets and phones are quickly becoming the primary way people access the web. So why are so many sites still not designed for them?

With ASP.NET MVC, it’s easier than ever to literally put your website in the palm of everyone’s hand. MVC 3 has many features that allow you to target mobile devices with different layout and even content. The recent developer preview of MVC 4 makes things even easier.

In this demo-heavy session, we show how quick and easy it is to create new MVC sites using the great Visual Studio tooling and Entity Framework 4. We’ll look at some different techniques and third-party libraries that make targeting mobile devices easy, and we’ll touch on ASP.NET MVC 4 and what it brings to the table.

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About the speakers

About the speakers

Damian D

Damian is a IT professional and self-pro claimed volleyball junkie / semi-professional drinker.

Professionally, Damian is a Senior Software Architect for SSW. He is based in our Brisbane office which he runs.

He writes mainly for ASP.NET in C# with the latest framework and tools available including the whole Microsoft ALM stack, VB.Net, PHP to a lesser extent, and has experience in many other languages.

Damian loves jQuery and ASP.NET MVC, and is a big fan of Scrum and test-driven development on the project management side.

Check out his blog here.

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