I’ve been out of blogging for these past few days to attend training about ASP.Net using MS Visual Studio. And now, I’m back. So, instead of thinking for a topic to post for NubiTeki, I’ll just share my experience and some interesting learning on that week-long training.
The training is about the basic of ASP.Net using MS Visual Studio 2010. Although the technology is not yet obsolete, because of the latest MS Visual Studio 2012, the course is still good especially for beginners. Beginners? Oh yes! Even that I’m using VB.Net for more than 2 years, and C# for months, ASP.Net is just new for me.
Aside from ASP.Net, I also learned some technologies like LINQ to SQL, ADO.Net Entities, WCF, and Ajax. Those technologies are not new for the world but it’s just on the training that I learned about them. And, of course, I almost mastered the drag-and-drop technology of Microsoft. LOL! I now wonder, maybe someday, even the non-programmers can develop a system just by dragging and dropping controls, methods, functions, and classes. So, if that day would come earlier as expected, I’ll be unemployed. Just kidding! But honestly, because of this training, I became interested on what MS Visual Studio 2012 got.
I’d like to thank my employer for the training; DB Wizards for providing the course (the facilities are good, I love the foods too); and Mr. Oliver Lorenzo, our trainer/ facilitator.
Author: Kris Edison Macomb
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