Transfer Presentation Recording and Sample Application

If you were unable to attend the Connect presentation yesterday that Brian Rinaldi organized for Transfer ORM, you can watch the recording here .

I haven't uploaded the slides, as I figured that the recording is far more valuable than just the slides by themselves. If you want the slides, let me know, and I'd be happy to post them somewhere for download.

I've also uploaded the sample application that I displayed during the presentation, and that can also be downloaded from here .

I have also updated the SVN version of the tBlog sample application (Much thanks to A J Mercer for doing the work on that) so that it works on v0.6 RC1. It still needs the setup SQL for Oracle, but I'm sure this won't be an issue for most people (anyone want to do that for me?).

All in all, I was very happy with the presentation, but if you have any feedback on it at all – from information presented, to presentation style, please feel free to post it in the comments or send me an email directly .

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  • Dan Wilson | December 1, 2006

    Mark,
    Would you please post the slides also? I would like to use them for reference.

  • Kumba | December 2, 2006

    Hi mar,

    Thanks for the slides. I’ve just downloaded the Powerpoint presentation at

    http://www.compoundtheory.com/?action=transfer.presentation

    It seems the presentation doesn’t contain the code for the example. Slide 33 says "Example Application… Let’s see some code!". However, none is included.

  • Mark | December 2, 2006

    Kumba,

    The example application is on the same page.

  • Kumba | December 3, 2006

    Thanks Mark.

    Please forgive the typo in your name. Wish I could edit it out.

    I have indeed downloaded the example application. My point is about the slide presentation. The slide that says "Example Application… Let’s see some code!" can be confusing. It suggests there are more slides to follow. You could add "(Refer to tCalendar Example Application)" or remove the slide altogether.