Technology has become so ingrained in our lives that many children today don’t know life without it. Whether it’s a mobile device, a computer, a gaming console, or a smart TV, our children use some form of modern technology every single day. And while our children might be experts in using technology, they’re primarily using it only for consumption. So why not build on their expertise, and teach them how to create what they consume, or better yet, show them what it takes to make the technologies they’re using?
We’ve been talking a lot about how we’ve used our courses to introduce kids to programming in our local schools, and how important it is for children to learn to program. Our belief is that all schools should offer computer programming courses as standard parts of their curriculum, however, this is not yet a reality. In the meantime, while we’re working on making this a reality, parents can give their kids a head start.
your server-side Web framework is even more appealing. It removes much of the clutter associated with WebForms and gives you direct access to requests using the well-known Model View Controller pattern. It also makes it trivial to create Ajax endpoints for your client-side calls, all as part of the same controller implementation.
This learning path progresses through the core features of ASP.NET MVC, finishing with the latest features of the ASP.NET MVC 4 release and a pair of end-to-end courses that show you real-world examples of building modern Web applications with ASP.NET MVC.
Learning Path Objective
ASP.NET MVC Proficiency
Developers with .NET experience who are familiar with ASP.NET WebForms and are looking to begin using MVC as their Web framework.
Learning Path Course Sequence
There you have it – in just over 24 hours you can learn all you need to know about ASP.NET MVC, and how to use it to build modern, responsive Web applications.
Thanks for all of the learning path recommendations, and keep them coming (in the comments below)! We’ll be posting more in the weeks ahead.
Our library has grown to over 300 courses and almost 1000 hours of content, which means if you spent 8 hours a day watching Pluralsight courses it would take you nearly 6 months to watch the entire library. Of course we wouldn’t stop publishing courses while you watched, so by the time you finished, you’d have another 100+ courses to watch!