Announcing Web Camps Spring Tour 2013

Whew! Seems like we just got back from the Winter tour, and we're off again! We've got eleven international events coming up in March and April. Some are already sold out, so register today! And let your friends and co-workers who don't read blogs know, too, because there

Web Camps are free, no fluff, lots of code events where you can get learn what's new in the Microsoft web platform and how you can put it to use right away. They're by developers for developers - no marketing, just building web apps.

Upcoming events

Here's the list, with speakers:

ASP.NET and Web Tools 2012.2 Content

We've updated this content to include the new ASP.NET and Web Tools 2012.2 release, including the new Visual Studio web tools updates, ASP.NET Web API features, new ASP.NET MVC templates. We organized the content so we start with tools and frameworks (e.g. ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET Web API, Visual Studio, ASP.NET 4.5 Web Forms features), then dig into some specific scenarios for modern web application development. Here's the agenda:

  • Keynote: The ASP.NET Web Platform in Context
  • What’s new in ASP.NET 4.5 and Visual Studio 2012
  • Building and deploying websites with ASP.NET MVC 4
  • Creating HTML5 Applications with jQuery
  • Building a service layer with ASP.NET Web API
  • Leveraging your ASP.NET development skills to build apps for Office
  • Building and leveraging social web apps in ASP.NET
  • Building for the mobile web
  • Real-time communications with SignalR
  • Leveraging Windows Azure and Windows Azure Web Sites

Go on, register! And let your web dev friends and co-workers who don't read blogs know, too, because this is a great way for them to get a recap on what's going on with ASP.NET, Visual Studio 2012, HTML5, JavaScript, and more.


  • Come over to Helsinki sometime, you'd be very welcome

  • Is this essentially the same content as seen on the ASP.Net Jump Start videos?

  • I can read London here but when i go to website it says Reading, UK. Is there any event in London?

  • @breath2k It's pretty close. Each location can customize the content, but that's the base.

    @solideagle It's in Reading. I listed London as the metropolitan area; the Boston camp's in Cambridge.

  • Jon - You should add some Hot Towel SPA :)

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  • Ah I live in Istanbul but I missed the event... I hope you'll come Istanbul again in this year. I'm learning ASP.NET and I would like to meet you.

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