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By Howard Dierking - Released 21 March 2012
REST is an overloaded, and thus misunderstood term in architectural circles these days. This course attempts to clear up some of the misunderstandings about REST as well as provide a more practical approach for designing RESTful solutions - both clients and services. Additionally, we look at REST from the perspective of the cloud and show how REST is well-suited to meet the demands that the cloud brings to bear on a modern architecture.
This course provides the fundamentals on Team Foundation Server 2010 as an Application Life-cycle Management tool. This course will introduce you to the process templates and team project resources that describe how you work. It will talk about how to use the work items to manage the details of your work and how to use version control manage the assets of your projects.
This course takes a close look at a variety of mechanisms you can leverage to get great looking output from Powershell. The first two modules focus on string formatting and using the ToString method. The rest of the course looks at using Format-* cmdlets, hash tables, and using format files and Format XML.
The Data Access Application Block is a part of the Microsoft Enterprise Library. In this block there are many classes that you can use to help simplify your data access code and make it more portable. In this course we will learn about the Data Access Application block, how to use it to do basic querying of data and even map data from our database to objects. This course also covers the entire Data Access Application block, and is designed to help you master the block.