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Using Async in Your Mobile Apps - On Demand

Presented by Craig Dunn

C# 5 added first-class support for asynchronicity in the language through the introduction of the async and await keywords. A powerful and brilliantly simple language tool, async makes it easy to write responsive user interfaces on mobile applications, which in turn, makes for delighted users. Async also makes complex workflows with error handling easier to write. This translates into proper error messages and proper program recovery. Finally, async eliminates bugs from your code by letting the compiler do the work for you. As a result, you can enjoy your work and focus on what really matters in your application. This session will show you how to get the most out of your apps by adding a little async.

Creating Data-Driven Mobile Web Apps with ASP.NET MVC and jQuery Mobile - On Demand

Presented by Rachel Appel

If you need to create new apps or update existing apps, using jQuery Mobile is the easiest way to develop solutions that meet the needs of the ever-increasing audience of the mobile market. jQuery Mobile provides a lightweight, cross-platform framework for developing mobile websites and applications.

Migrate to Modern Public Folders the Worry-Free Way - On Demand

Presented by John Rodriguez

Worried about migrating your legacy public folder environment to Exchange Server 2013 modern public folders? This session will give you the confidence to tackle even the largest migration—from planning and preparation through the migration itself, all the way to validation. Don't leave your migration to chance.

The Tao Of Exchange Server 2013 Sizing - On Demand

Presented by Jeff Mealiffe

Exchange 2013 introduced some significant architectural changes from prior releases; as a result, the process for sizing an on-premises deployment has also changed. In this session, we will discuss both the art and the science behind properly sizing an Exchange 2013 deployment.

Practical Uses of Windows Functions - On Demand

Presented by Itzik Ben-Gan

This session first explains the design of window functions and then covers practical uses of the functions, demonstrating how you can use them to address business challenges.

Developing Search Applications in SharePoint 2013 - On Demand

Presented by Matthew McDermott

This session looks at what developers can do with the SharePoint Search API to create custom search applications. Whether your goal is to enhance the SharePoint Search center or create custom search applications that take advantage of SharePoint’s powerful search engine, this session offers tools and techniques to help you build the solution and get the most from SharePoint Search.

Unit Testing ASP.NET MVC - On Demand

Presented by Craig Berntson

ASP.NET Model-View-Controller (MVC) is designed for testability. However, the out-of-the-box templates and examples are not well suited for good unit testing. This session will show how to modify a simple MVC application in a way that makes it testable. Along the way, we'll visit such things as repositories, mocks, dependency injection, and more.

What's New in Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V - On Demand

Presented by Jennelle Crothers

Are you a VMware professional who is looking to get more information on Microsoft virtualization and how Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V works? Are you wondering how it compares with VMware vSphere? This session will introduce you to the newest version of Hyper-V virtualization. At the end of this session, you'll be more familiar with Hyper-V and Windows Server 2012 virtualization, storage, and high-availability options. You'll also have a solid foundation and resources for further investigation.

Introduction to PowerShell for the Anxious IT Pro - On Demand

Presented by Jason Himmelstein

If you have been thinking these or similar things about the new world order under a PowerShell-driven regime, you are not alone. Come learn the basics and how to truly optimize your SharePoint implementation using this powerful ITPro toolset. You will walk away with a mind full of new ideas and a pocket full of scripts to get you started.

Troubleshooting SQL Server with SysInternals Tools - On Demand

Presented by Argenis Fernandez

In this demo-packed session, we will explore the use of SysInternals tools such as Process Monitor, Process Explorer, and many others to troubleshoot various problem scenarios with SQL Server. This session isn't for the faint of heart and is tailored toward those adventurous DBAs who often like to step out of their comfort zone. A fair knowledge of Windows OS internals is recommended.

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