For those who did not (yet) look at the ASP.NET MVC programming model there is good news: trainers, Microsoft Regional Directors and MVP's are delivering series of WebCamps that brings newly developed content for developers to help them start with this "new" technology.
ASP.NET MVC 3 is a framework for developing Web applications that are very easy testable and maintainable, by leveraging the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern. This approach allow developers to maintain a clear separation of concerns among the responsibilities of the application – the UI logic using the view, user-input handling using the controller, and the domain logic using the model. Installation of their framework is available a package that includes templates and tools for Visual Studio 2010. ASP.NET MVC framework is built on ASP.NET 4, which means that developers can take advantage of existing ASP.NET features like authentication and authorization, profile settings, localization, and so on.
Web Camps are trainings that are suitable not just for the hard-core Microsoft developers, but also for the developers that have been using other platforms and tools. Also, it is possible to start developing using freely available tools like Visual Studio 2010 Express or WebMatrix.
After I have successfully delivered Web Camp in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, I am planning to deliver it again in Tuzla, but this time based on the recently announced new version of ASP.NET MVC3. Also, I am planing to deliver it in Croatia and other nearby countries as well, I will send notifications using this blog, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
More info about ASP.NET MVC, WebMatrix, Razor and WebCamps can be found here http://webcamps.ms/