Next Wednesday, November 10th, I'll be presenting the session “Building Web Forms Applications Made Easier with Microsoft ASP.NET 4”.
The agenda for the session:
- An end-to-end story for getting started, developing, deploying in VS 2010
- Cleaner HTML, Search Engine Optimization, (SEO) and standards
- Improving productivity with dynamic data
- A lots of demo
DEV356: Building Web Forms Applications Made Easier with Microsoft ASP.NET 4
November 10th 2010: 1:00pm - 2:05pm
Also, Runatserver is offering to every TechDays attendee a rebate of 40% on the Silverlight Tour training. For more information : http://www.runatserver.com/techdays.aspx
Some of you probably find out that the beta version of IE9 seems to cause some issues when we want to run an ASP.NET or Silverlight in debug in Visual Studio. In reality, there is no issue. In fact, it’s IE9 who is too fast, compare to the Web Development Server (also called Cassini) which take longer to instantiate. A friend of the .NET Montreal Community Étienne Tremblay found a workaround for this issue. He wrote a post about his solution: http://geekswithblogs.net/etiennetremblay/archive/2010/10/07/ie-9-cassini-and-the-dreaded-dns-error-or-page.aspx
I tried it and it work fine for me!
Last week Microsoft release an alert on an security vulnerability associated with ASP.NET. A workaround was announce while waiting an official.
Today, Microsoft release the official security patch. Here is the link to access the security bulletin and the files: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/bulletin/ms10-070.mspx
For more information, you can also look at the blog of Scott Guthrie about the security issue http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2010/09/28/asp-net-security-update-now-available.aspx
So as per the recommendation of Microsoft, you should apply the patch to make sure you web application as soon as possible.