ASP.NET MVC 4 introduces web developers to ASP.NET MVC, along
with the history of web applications on the Microsoft platform.
Developers will dive into each part of this framework and will
learn how to leverage each piece to its fullest with code examples.
Viewers will learn how to create well-structured MVC web
applications from scratch, add libraries and dependencies to the
web application without creating unnecessary coupling, create
dynamic web pages and screens that: accept, validate, and process
user input. Viewers will also learn how to expose complex data to
the application users through screens, extend the MVC framework to
create cross-cutting behavior with minimal code, and develop using
HTML5, CSS3, jQuery to create MVC web applications that function
equally well on desktops, tablets and smartphones.
About the Author:
Jeffrey Palermo is the President & COO of Headspring, a software engineering firm based in Austin, TX. Featured on the Inc. 500 and Austin Fast 50, Headspring gained attention in 2011 by winning the “National Best and Brightest Companies to Work For” award as well as the 2012 Austin Business Journal “Best Places to Work” list. Having studied and observed software history, trends, fads, and the constant pendulum swing that is the technology industry, Jeffrey prefers a "no surprises" approach to serving clients by providing the right solution to their unique problem. He is a six-time recipient of the “Microsoft Most Valuable Professional” (MVP) award and has spoken and facilitated at industry conferences such as: VSLive, DevTeach, the Microsoft MVP Summit, and Microsoft Tech Ed. He also speaks to user groups around the country as part of the INETA Speakers’ Bureau. A graduate of Texas A&M University, an Eagle Scout, and an Iraq war veteran, Jeffrey holds his share of certifications, has published many magazine articles, and has written two books. He is a recent MBA graduate of the Jack Welch Management Institute.