INETA (the .NET User Group People) just created a virtual user group called Live From Redmond… We will have Microsoft folks give Live Meeting talks every week on topics we hope you will find interesting.  These are open to anyone.  We hope you will come and enjoy… and maybe even join your local INETA user group to continue the fun!

 

Enjoy!

 

Date

Description

April 12th
5:30 pm PDT


Crossbow – Building WPF and Windows Forms hybrid applications
Mike Henderlight

Wondering how to take advantage of the power of the next generation presentation technology, Windows Presentation Foundation while preserving your existing investments in Windows Forms? This talk discuss key scenarios for integration between the two technologies, and strategies for building hybrid applications that take advantage of Windows Forms and the Windows Presentation Foundation. We show integration from both application perspectives and demonstrate how each can augment the other.

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Meeting URL: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/microsoft/join
Meeting ID: Z3XWMN
Meeting Key: 4:Hz<\*Sg

April 20th
8:30 am PDT


Essential Tips and Tricks for .NET Compact Framework Application Developers
David Kline

Developing applications for the .NET Compact Framework is very similar to developing for the .NET Framework. There are, however, some important differences and considerations to keep in mind. From best practices to debugging and diagnostics, this session presents the essential tips and tricks for .NET Compact Framework application development, direct from the .NET Compact Framework product team.

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Meeting ID: FJ2G8J
Meeting Key: 3[6&;FSjX

April 26th
8:30 am PDT


Improving your web application’s user experience with Atlas
Shawn Burke

Atlas allows ASP.NET developers to add great client-side richness to their web application using server-side methodologies using Extender Controls. Learn how the Agility Team is launching a project to leverage the power of the community to build a library of Extenders for all developers to use.

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Meeting ID: 54ZNTW
Meeting Key: fm:SM.6b7

May 4th
5:30 pm PDT


IIS7.0 as a development platform
Brett Hill

Discover a new world of opportunity for developers. IIS 7's capabilities are delivered via modules that you can load, unload, or replace at runtime. Using modules, written in native or managed code, you can implement entirely new capabilities for IIS 7 and the web applications it delivers. In this presentation, you will see how modules can change the client experience for all websites simultaneously without any modification to code on the site level. In addition, you'll see what IIS 7's .net integrated pipeline means for security, configuration, and integration of your applications into a truly extensible web platform.

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Meeting ID: ZTH9K9
Meeting Key: QZRXm9/wX

May 11th
8:30 am PDT


Using Cider to build WPF applications
Paul Kuklinski

Check out how the Windows Presentation Foundation Designer for Visual Studio (Cider) delivers a familiar experience for .NET developers building WPF applications. We’ll walk through basic form design scenarios, developer-designer workflow with the Expression Interactive Designer, and look at the design-time experience for some of WPF’s more advanced capabilities.

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Meeting ID: HWN763
Meeting Key: s<%5^WH=n

May 17th
5:30 pm PDT


Using ASP.NET 2.0 and SharePoint together
Mike Ammerlaan

This session will cover integration of Windows SharePoint Services v.3.0 and ASP.NET 2.0, and discuss how you can use ASP.NET web parts, master pages, and controls in your SharePoint sites to build powerful web applications.

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Meeting ID: 273WC9
Meeting Key: QXf6~m"5P

May 23rd
8:30 am PDT


An Introduction to WinFX AddIn's
Jack Gudenkauf

Have you ever wanted to have your application dynamically load and communicate with generic components at runtime? Interested in how to create independently versioning, mutually distrustful components, that work together? This talk will discuss how to address versioning and isolation utilizing the WinFX Add-in model.

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Meeting ID: XKR6RB
Meeting Key: BQ6s)p~wQ