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REST Services and WP7

Speaker:

Amir Rajan

Abstract:

Amir Rajan will show how you can use ASP.NET MVC to create REST Services and how to interact with these services from WP7. We’ll go over what it “really” means to create a REST service (it’s not just about serving up JSON and XML over http) and see how we can leverage these services to create mobile based applications. Amir will also show the interoperability benefits REST gives us by taking a look at how WP7 can communicate with a Ruby On Rails web application, and Rest API’s provided by Twitter.

Bio:

Amir Rajan graduated from the University of Texas – Dallas with a degree in Software Engineering and Computer Science. He has been in the industry for six years and has grown temendously in that time period. He is a Microsoft Certified Enterprise Application Developer (MCPD – EAD), and has expertise in distributed application design, incremental technology migrations and solution architecture.

Amir is a Principal Consultant with Improving Enterprises. He is an active member of the .Net Community and has done many presentations on WCF, ASP.NET MVC, and Silverlight. Amir has an unwavering passion for software and is always striving to better the industry through community involvement, mentoring, and blogging. His blog is at http://www.amirrajan.net.

Recorded At:

North Texas Silverlight UG http://www.ntsilverlight.com/

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