We’ve got some sensational WPF training kits just in. There’s some great content in these 2-disk sets and we’re looking to get them out widely.
Disk 1 is an install of all of the VS2008 express editions.
Disk 2 is where the real goodness is. It installs WPF Reactor (about which, more in a later post), pre-configured with the WPF-in-a-Box content
And, when I say some, I mean LOTS.
If you can think of more good ways to distribute them and get their content widely used, then let me know.
Audience(s): IT Manager,IT Professional.
Duration: 75 Minutes
Start Date: Friday, 3 April 2009 11:00 AM Australia (East)
Windows 7 has many features for the consumer, developer and IT Pro. But what about Security? In this session we’ll talk about and show some of the important security features that are coming as part of Windows 7. These include Applocker™, Bitlocker™ and Bitlocker To Go™, DirectAcess™, User Account Control and the security changes to Internet Explorer 8. There will be demo’s on all these technologies so you can see firsthand how Windows 7 security has been improved!
Speaker - Jeff Alexander, IT Pro Evangelist, Microsoft
Jeff Alexander is a IT Pro Evangelist for Microsoft and travels across Australia speaking to customers and partners about the latest technologies. Jeff can be seen speaking at Security events, TechEd and other recognised Industry Tech events. Jeff started as employee number 27 at Microsoft Australia and has been with the company for 21 years. Jeff’s blog is http://blogs.technet.com/jeffa36 Twitter Hashtag #win7live
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CodeCampOz is fast approaching - (4-5 April in Wagga Wagga). Mitch has announced the speakers and sessions, and talked about the important social aspects of CodeCamp, in addition to the obvious technical benefits.
Looks like another great CodeCamp!
What are you waiting for?
Sign up NOW!
Update – Wow! that was quick! All the spots are gone. Sorry about that.
Dave beat me to it, but anyway …
Next week, 10-12 March, Chris Auld is running a three day dive into the Azure platform in the Sydney CBD. There is some great material, it’s free, and we feed you! If you’re interested in attending, contact me via this blog and I’ll put you in touch with the right people. Of course seats are limited, so get in quick.
Registration and Breakfast
Azure Services Platform Overview
Introduction to Windows Azure
Introduction to SQL Services
Introduction to .NET Services
Introduction to Live Services
Building Services for Windows Azure
Lab: Windows Azure (3)
Building Applications using SQL Data Services
Labs: SQL Data Services (3)
Building Applications using the .NET Service Bus & Workflow Service
Labs: .NET Service Bus, .NET Workflow Service
Identity and the .NET Access Control Services
Labs : Access Control Service
Building Mesh-enabled Web Applications
Labs: Live Framework & Live Services (3)
Building applications for the Azure Services Platform
Wrap-up & Next Steps
Tim’s blogged about a cool WPF reference application released onto CodePlex by Microsoft and Vertigo. Family.Show 3 is a family tree program that allows you to quickly enter relationships, key dates and other information. Dave tells me it’s not perfect for that (it’s a reference app and has some limitations in its implementation of the genealogy functionality he was after), but it is great for showing off some neat techniques, not least of which is the ability to install it directly from the Vertigo site via ClickOnce.
I’ve deliberately left out direct links from this post because you should check out Tim’s post and check out Family.Show.3
Tim Sneath : Announcing Family.Show v3 – Our WPF Reference Application