Video lessons on ASP.NET MVC, Entity Framework, and LINQ - including MIX09, PDC, and TechED

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EDIT: During this post I started searching on video tutorials on ASP.NET MVC, EF and LINQ and found some very useful links which I shared here. As I believe videos are more interactive and easier to learn from. Hope, they'll help.

Guys, please share the resources to get start on MVC, Entity Framework and LINQ. And if you can define a way to get into it quickly and then drive it up please recommend that too.

I am an experience ASP.NET developer (C# 2.0) looking to adopt the latest framework. I am looking for a path to move into it quickly.

Thanks.

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7/22/2009 7:52:31 AM

Accepted Answer

The book "Pro ASP.NET MVC Framework" by Steven Sanderson is very good

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7/15/2009 8:48:42 PM

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Conferences:

ASP.NET MVC from MIX'09 Sessions

http://tinyurl.com/cs6z5y

NDC2009 videos

PDC 2008 Sessions for download

Micorosoft TechED Sessions (download)

You can also download the specific DVD that cover only MVC, Entity Framework and LINQ sessions. The complete size is 6.+ GB.

and few more:

tinyurl.com/24eum5

tinyurl.com/54xmrr

tinyurl.com/nczaph

tinyurl.com/ck8558

tinyurl.com/l8qtlx

tinyurl.com/nvtjpa

tinyurl.com/kwa7me

tinyurl.com/nfzgyw

ASP.NET MVC Podcast:

http://polymorphicpodcast.com/shows/mvcresources/

and some more link collection:

http://codeclimber.net.nz/archive/2008/01/28/ASP.NET-MVC-Link-collection.aspx

Deliciously delicious ASP.NET MVC

And at last but not least some useful text-based tutorials:

Migrating from Web Forms to ASP.NET MVC. Great Read!

ASP.NET Web-Tier explained! Must Read

How To: Use URL Rewriting in ASP.NET



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