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Getting Started with WebMatrix and Razor

Speaker:

David L. Penton

Abstract:

David L. Penton will demonstrate how you can easily use WebMatrix to easily create websites and apply the Microsoft Razor syntax to your site and become quickly productive with their templating engine. Razor syntax is a simple programming syntax for embedding server-based code in a web page. In a web page that uses the Razor syntax, there are two kinds of content: client content and server code. David will demonstrate how this fits into the ASP.NET model and discuss new advancements in WebMatrix and Razor.

Bio:

David L. Penton lives in the Dallas, Texas area and has a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Northwestern State University, Natchitoches, LA. He is currently the owner of Foundry Force, LLC, Prior to that he was a Lead Software Development Engineer / Performance Lead at Telligent Systems, Inc. Before that, he was a technical lead for the International Systems Group and then in Merchandising Systems at JCPenney, Inc., in Plano, TX. Before that, he was a senior business and analysis analyst for Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control in Grand Prairie, TX. During that time he has worked on various technologies. He currently spends most of his time with C# and SQL Server. Database platforms he has dealt with (development and admin) include but not limited to SQL Server, Oracle, DB2. David is a member of the ASPInsiders and was formerly a SQL Server MVP and then an ASP.NET MVP.

Recorded At:

North Dallas .NET UG

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