Brian Keller

Director of ALM Evangelism for Microsoft

February, 2005

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  • Brian Keller

    Free training on the .NET Framework designed especially for Java developers

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    We are currently accepting registrations for a "Java to .NET Framework Migration Workshop." This workshop has two primary goals:

    1) Teach Java developers the conceptual mappings between Java and the .NET Framework. For example, as a Java developer you know how to use RMI - but how do you use .NET Remoting? You know how deployment and updates work in the Java world - but how do I handle deployments and updates with the .NET Framework-baesed applications I'm building?

    2) This course also teaches code migration. Maybe you want to migrate your existing Java-based applications in part or whole to the .NET Framework - there are several automated and manual ways to approach this, but which way is best for your code base?

    I would encourage you to sign up for these courses using the links below. And if you know other Java developers who might be interested, please pass it along. There is no charge for completing this course, but space is limited so sign up today.

    Session 1:         

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    Java to .NET Framework Migration

    February 28th, March 1st  and March 2nd from 1PM-5PM EST

    303369 – Use this Event ID when registering

    www.hp-microsoft.net/netdeveloper/

    You can only register for 1 event.  Limited space is available. 

    Deadline is Feb 25th.  

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    Java to .NET Framework Migration

    March 2nd, March 3rd and March 4th from 8AM-12PM EST

    303374 – Use this Event ID when registering

    www.hp-microsoft.net/netdeveloper/

    You can only register for 1 event.  Limited space is available. 

    Deadline is Feb 25th.  

  • Brian Keller

    Want to make sure your application runs great on the .NET Framework 2.0? Let us test it!

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    Check out Jay's latest blog entry.

    I think this is a great opportunity for companies who want to make sure their application runs well on the .NET Framework 2.0. This way we can ensure we have logged any bugs that might crop up when you migrate your application forward to the .NET Framework 2.0 - and with any luck, we'll have the problems fixed or workarounds posted before you ever encounter them in production. What more could you ask for? See Jay's blog for more details (link above).

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