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Mastering LightSwitch in Visual Studio 2012

LightSwitch in Visual Studio 2012 is the easiest way to create modern line of business applications for the enterprise. In this training you will learn how to build connected business applications that can be deployed to Windows Azure or Office 365 and run on the desktop as well as modern mobile devices. We’ll start with the basics of building the middle-tier services and data entry screens with simple validations and then we’ll move into more advanced scenarios like writing complex business rules and processes. You’ll gain a full understanding of the architecture of a LightSwitch application and how it embraces best practices in n-tier design while handling all of the plumbing code for you. Learn how to integrate multiple data sources like SharePoint and OData services, as well as data validation, authentication, and access control. See how to access the LightSwitch data services from other clients and platforms and how to extend the middle-tier with your own services using WebAPI. You’ll learn the ins-and-outs of the data and screen designers to maximize your productivity as well as how to build LightSwitch SharePoint 2013 apps. You’ll also see how to create HTML5\JavaScript clients that can run on any modern mobile device as well as advanced customization techniques to provide customized UI’s & dashboards for mobile users.

Learn more about LightSwitch on the Developer Center.



Full day workshop for only $25.00

Date:Saturday May 25th, 2013
Location:Delta Meadowvale (6750 Mississauga Road , Toronto, ON)
Room:Hazel McCallion A
From 9:00am to 5:00pm (lunch not included)

Note: This training will be in English / Cette formation sera présenté en anglais.

Register now! Space is limited.




LightSwitch workshop May 25th, 2013 at $25.00




Sponsor By

Note: We like to thanks our sponsors DevTeach, Microsoft and ObjectSharp for this event.

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Full day on Microsoft ALM Tooling

Join us as we go through the development workflow of a team with mature ALM (Application Lifecycle Management) practices fully utilizing the Microsoft ALM Tooling. We’ll take you through the entire lifecycle including:

  • Creating and Grooming the Product Backlog
  • Planning out Sprints/Releases
  • Storyboarding Screen Designs
  • Managing Work In Progress
  • Tracking Day-to-Day Progress
  • Automated Build and Deploy
  • Code Reviews
  • Manual Testing
  • Capturing Rich Bug Reports
  • Exploratory Testing
  • Automated Testing
  • Requesting/Gathering/Tracking Stakeholder Feedback

At the end of the day you’ll walk away with an understanding of the workflows and tooling that a mature team may use. A detailed look at how TFS and the Microsoft Development Stack can enable this; and a lot of general good practices that are tooling agnostic.



Full day workshop for only $25.00

Date:Sunday May 26th, 2013
Location:Delta Meadowvale (6750 Mississauga Road , Toronto, ON)
Room:Hazel McCallion A
From 09:00am to 5:00pm (lunch not included)

Note: This training will be in English / Cette formation sera présenté en anglais.

Register now! Space is limited.




TFS workshop May 26th, 2013 at $25.00




Sponsor By

Note: We like to thanks our sponsors DevTeach, Microsoft and RunAtServer for this event.

Speakers