Last week, I gave a LightSwitch 101 session to a group of experienced developers at the Pittsburgh .NET users group. This is the third such session I have given (also presented at the Hampton Roads .NET User Group and DevConnections) and the feedback has been very interesting. Before I go on, let me explain my perspective. I am not a developer, but I know LightSwitch very well. In fact, I am in the middle of writing, LightSwitch in Action, a beginner's book. Because of this, I am able to present the concepts, architecture, and workflow behind LightSwitch without the influence of being a coder (LightSwitch's workflow is a different way of thinking). My observations from all three events is very similar:
Even if you are a professional developer who can code in your sleep. Give LightSwitch a look. It just might help you solve some problems you are facing. I will likely be doing more introductory sessions, so watch our schedule. If you think a LightSwitch session would fit in your event, please let me know.