Wednesday, November 1, 2017 at 6:30:00 PM Centriq 8700 State Line Rd. Suite 200, Leawood, KS

Hangman Game From Scratch using ASP.NET MVC and WEB API

Have you ever wondered what it would take to create a simple game, and write it with ASP.NET MVC?

While writing that application, have you ever realized, "WOW !!  There're a lot of moving parts to this ?!?!??!!" ?

While teaching students in his ASP.NET web development class, Ray demonstrated the *original* CONSOLE based hangman game, and then demonstrated transforming and writing the equivalent game in ASP.NET MVC.

In this month's presentation you will see and consider what's involved with:

--  what design considerations are involved

--  what OBJECTs can be used

--  what are the VIEWs

--  what is in the CONTROLLER

--  what is in the MODEL

--  what logic is in each of the previous "steps"

--  how to implement specialized  HTML HELPERS and EXTENSION METHODS

--  ** THEN ** - incorporate WEB API as a "back end service"

(all of *that* for a simple "Hangman Game" ?!?)


See you there !!!

Ray Harris Mini-Bio:

Ray has been in the IT industry for 20 years. He has functioned as a software analyst, developer, project manager and software architect in the transportation arena; mutual fund financial services arena; health provider and insurance arena; mechanical engineering arena; video, voice and data cable provider arena; and most recently, the IT Benchmarking arena and manufacturing arena. 

Currently Ray teaches Python / C++ / Java / ASP.NET / C# at a local community college, owns his own consulting company and does work for various consulting companies around the Kansas City area.

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