Announcement: ASP.NET Web API talk at HUNTUG 4/10/2012

Update: This will be a brand new talk for me, so let me me know in the comments if there are any particular points you’d like to see covered.

Here’s the abstract I threw together for my upcoming Web API talk at HUNTUG (@huntug) on Tuesday 4/10/2012. I hope to see a lot of familiar faces from my time in Huntsville! Perhaps a pre-game trip to Cricket’s!?

Do you love ASP.NET MVC, but you want to move beyond sending HTML to the browser? Are you interested in embracing HTTP and exposing a clean API to a wider range of clients? ASP.NET MVC 4, now in beta, includes the ASP.NET Web API to help you do just that. In this talk, we’ll examine what it’s good for as we build out a basic API with support for OData and content negotiation. We’ll also look at tips and tricks, gotchas, and security.

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About David Ruttka

I've been "making computers do things" since I first saw King's Quest on a 286 PC in the mid-80's, but I turned it into a career just over a decade ago. While the majority of my experience has been on the Microsoft stack (C#, .NET, ASP.NET), I've recently been diving deeper into JavaScript and exploring the Ruby universe. Occasionally, I'll do a public speaking gig or write a blog post. When I'm not coding, I enjoy spending time with my family, watching hockey, and playing the occasional video game. You can also find me on Stack Overflow, Google Plus, and Twitter. Microsoft Certified Programming in HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3 Specialist; MCPD Windows Developer 3.5
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