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Simone Chiaretta is a Software Architect and Developer from Milano, Italy that enjoys sharing via his blog his development experiences and more than decennial knowledge on web development with ASP.NET and other web technologies. He is Microsoft MVP in ASP.NET and he has been involved in many Open Source projects, but now he focuses only on SubText and taking it to the next level. He just wrote a book: Beginning ASP.NET MVC, published by Wrox Simone is a DZone MVB and is not an employee of DZone and has posted 67 posts at DZone. You can read more from them at their website. View Full User Profile

What’s new in ASP.NET MVC 4: slides and demo are now online

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Today I had my first live webcast for Microsoft Belgium, about the new features released with ASP.NET MVC 4 at Build in September.

There were around 80+ people registered and around 50 people attending, and almost nobody left before the end of the webcast, so I guess it pretty well. We also are aware there were some glitches in the audio during the async part of the webcast: the audio was also recorded directly from the mic, so the video that will be published in the next week on Channel9 will have good audio.

Or just register for the TechDays2012 Belgium next February, where The Gu, besides giving the opening dev session, will give a session on ASP.NET MVC 4.

Here are the slides I uploaded to SlideShare.

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Not related to ASP.NET MVC 4, but since a few people asked how I got the Lumia 800 skin on my WP7 emulator, here is the link: Windows Phone 7 Emulator Skin Switcher.

If you attended, please let me know how it went, and if you didn’t stay tuned: in a week or so the video will be available on Channel9. I’ll write a new post with the video.

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