<< Part 1: Config transforms Part 3: Publishing with Web Deploy >> In the first part of the series we looked at config transforms and how we’ve moved on from the bad old days of manual Web.config configuration at release time. Now let’s take a look at how we can incorporate this into a nice clean deployable package with the rest of the application. Many people, me included at one stage, have only ever been familiar with the concept of .NET compilation as a result of building within Visual Studio. Keep in mind though that Visual Studio is no more than an IDE. Ok, it’s a particularly good IDE but it...
I usually run private workshops around these, here's the upcoming public events I'll be at:
- AusCERT: 23-27 May, Gold Coast (Australia)
- NDC Oslo: 6-10 Jun, Oslo (Norway)
- "Hack Yourself First" – The Workshop: 13-14 Jun, London (United Kingdom)
- "Hack Yourself First" – The Workshop: 15-16 Jun, Birmingham (United Kingdom)
- West Midlands Evening Talk (details TBA): 16 Jun, Birmingham (United Kingdom)
- User Group Talk (details TBA): 21 Jun, Netherlands
- NDC Sydney: 1-5 Aug, Sydney (Australia)
- iPadlooza: 28-29 Sep, Gold Coast (Australia)
- Microsoft MVP Summit: 7-10 Nov, Seattle (United States)
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