MSDN Webcast: Southern Fried Road Show Presents REST with ADO.NET Data Services  (Level 200)
MSDN Webcast: Southern Fried Road Show Presents REST with ADO.NET Data Services (Level 200)
Event ID: 1032392745
Language(s): English.
Product(s): Other.
Audience(s): Pro Dev/Programmer.

The MSDN Southern Fried Road Show is a half-day free developer event with a southern flair, where you learn about some of the latest developments in Microsoft technologies. Couldn't catch the road show when it came to your town? Then tune in to this series to see what you missed.
 
The evolution of the Web has seen many changes in patterns and standards for working with services. In a world of Asynchronous JavaScript And XML (AJAX) and other lightweight clients, not all services need to be implemented with the bells and whistles that SOAP and its many specifications allow for. And not all services need to be "transport-neutral." An alternative architectural approach, known as representational state transfer (REST), is well-suited for many Web-based scenarios. You can implement a RESTful architecture by using a variety of current and future Microsoft technologies. But how do you decide which ones are the best choices for your scenarios?
 
In this second of three webcasts, we examine how to use the new ADO.NET Data Services (formerly code-named Astoria) to expose specific data stores as RESTful services. We explain how you map resource requests to your data model and HTTP verbs to data operations.

Presenters: Chad Brooks, Architect Evangelist, Microsoft Corporation

Chad Brooks is an architect evangelist with Microsoft Corporation. He works with the Microsoft developer and architect communities across the Southeast, driving understanding around Microsoft products and how those products fit into today's heterogeneous environments. Chad joined Microsoft in 2000 in the Healthcare and Life Sciences Services Group, where he was responsible for architecting Microsoft .NET Framework—based solutions for some of the largest Microsoft pharmaceutical and hospital customers. Prior to Microsoft, Chad worked as a technical architect for HealthAxis, providing benefits administration, claims administration, and imaging solutions for healthcare insurance companies. Chad is based in Atlanta, GA.

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