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I changed the way of blogging. Re-designed the site & started using the latest Windows Live Writer 2011!! Additionally added Microsoft Translator gadget available @ top of page, so that you can change the page in your preferred language!!
As I updated earlier, MEC 2014 concluded in Austin, Texas - MEC2014 delivered the latest content for Office 365 Exchange Online and Exchange on-premises customers. Content is delivered across tracks including: Architecture; Deployment & Migration; eDiscovery and Compliance; Exchange Extensibility; Manageability and Support; Outlook, OWA, and Mobility; and Security and Protection. Now you can get the recordings of the sessions @ http://channel9.msdn.com/events/mec/2014. Visit the sessions @Channel 9 & check it out Adding my few favorite sessions for your view…starting from its keynote session!!
Microsoft-hosted protocol plugfests provide software developers with the opportunity to learn more about the Microsoft protocols and to test their implementations of the Microsoft Open Specifications. Hosted on the Microsoft Redmond campus, each plugfest focuses on a specific task or technology area. Presentations are conducted by Microsoft engineers, who are also available for one-on-one and group discussions and to provide necessary assistance with configuration and running of the interoperability tests. Testing includes the use of protocol test suites that help evaluate whether an implementation’s protocol communications conform to the relevant Microsoft Open Specifications.
This time the Windows Server, Office and SQL Interoperability Teams are hosting a five day event at the Microsoft Redmond Campus. The event will cover topics such as; Windows File Sharing, SharePoint, Exchange, and SQL protocols.
Attendees will have the opportunity to: - Listen to presentations from Microsoft Subject Matter Experts - Windows, SharePoint, Exchange and OData session tracks - Meet with members of the Microsoft product teams -Leverage “internal” protocol test tools to test protocol implementations -Provide feedback on Microsoft’s Open Specification documentation -Get answers directly from our product teams and Microsoft Support
Hurry, you can Register book your clicking the link. On a first come, first serve basis, the first companies to register that plan to test will be provided with a private office/lab for use during the event (these fill up quickly)!!Note: The event starts @ Monday, June 16, 2014 9:00 AM and Ends @ Friday, June 20, 2014 7:00 PM; Time zone: (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) ; Location: Microsoft Building 25 , Microsoft Redmond Main Campus
Are you a .Net Developer who develop custom application using Exchange Web Services (EWS) Managed API or EWS (Auto-generated proxies)? Then this is for you. The EWS Managed API provides an intuitive interface for developing client applications that use EWS. The API enables unified access to Exchange resources, while using Outlook–compatible business logic. In short, you can use the EWS Managed API to access EWS in versions of Exchange starting with Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (SP1), including Exchange Online. However, do you know that not all features that are available in EWS are implemented in the EWS Managed API?
You can refer the above snapshot or related documentation identifies the EWS Managed API feature implementations that target different versions of Exchange. If the EWS Managed API does not implement a feature that you want to use, you might consider an auto-generated proxy object model.
You can download the .Net Universe 2013 poster. This Poster showing the main .NET SDKs, libraries and packages classified by application type and package type (NuGet, official support, etc.). This poster shows how the trends are changing in .NET as we´re moving from a single large .NET Framework to a more loosely coupled and autonomous libraries and sub-frameworks, many of them even published as NuGet packages and evolving continuously. The number of those libs and packages is evolving and growing, so having a visual photo of it can be helpful. The main idea of the poster is to show that you can create any kind of application with .NET, from the largest applications to the smaller apps: in the cloud, on the web, on desktops, tablets, phones, and in embedded environments (even watches!). Any of those application types is shown as category/bucket in the poster and within each bucket we´re tossing the main libraries/SDKs/packages out. Then we´re also showing cross-cutting concerns buckets like Security, Data Access, and .NET Extension libs. The main categories are the following: - Emerging application patterns (Mobile, Web & Cloud) - Established application patterns (Desktop and Embedded) - Cross-Cutting concerns Finally, the poster is putting a check/mark on every lib/SDK bullet depending if they are or not complaint with the following: - NuGet package - Open Source - Microsoft Official Supported You can print it out or use it as in electronic format (.PDF). Using the electronic format (.PDF) allows you to access each content URL/page related.
In continuation of my earlier post on MEC 2014, you can refer the following posts to get more info on event Wrap-up @ http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2014/04/02/mec-2014-wrap-up.aspx & http://blogs.technet.com/b/rmilne/archive/2014/04/07/mec-2014-the-aftermath.aspx. In addition, don’t forget to view the videos of Innovation lab, Exchange through the Ages/Exhibition etc:
Finally, you can have a look at the event gallery pics @ http://www.iammec.com/Gallery.aspx
In recent headlines, the Heartbleed vulnerability in OpenSSL has received a significant amount of attention. While the discovered issue is specific to OpenSSL, many customers are wondering whether this affects Microsoft’s offerings or not. To answer that, I found a similar query posted at Microsoft forum the update – here is the forum post and answer. In addition, you can refer post at Windows Azure blog - http://blogs.msdn.com/b/windowsazure/archive/2014/04/09/information-on-microsoft-azure-and-heartbleed.aspx!! Happy reading!!
Today morning the annual developer conference, //build 2014 kick started (April 2-4) at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. It started with keynotes on the mornings of April 2 and 3 (8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. PT). You can watch the keynote live stream and other sessions on Microsoft’s Channel 9 developer community site – lot of favourite sessions available in it . You can checkout @ http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2014
You can join us at Build for an unprecedented learning opportunity for developers building on the Microsoft platform. You can check the schedule, session, speaker etc @ http://channel9.msdn.com/events/build/2014
Today morning the prestigious event MEC 2014 (Microsoft Exchange Conference) kick started @ Austin, Texas. As you know MEC is the premier global event for Microsoft Exchange and Office 365 professionals to enhance their skills and meet with peers, speakers and the people who actually build and maintain the product. With hundreds of educational breakouts, interactive sessions and evening events to foster productive networking, MEC allows Exchange administrators, IT Pros and Developers to elevate their career potential and enhance their overall knowledge of Microsoft Exchange. You can refer the post @ http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2014/03/31/mec-is-here.aspx You can get the detailed info of MEC 2014: Session info @ http://www.iammec.com/Sessions.aspx (interesting sessions like Oslo, Clutter/Document Collaboration, Developing apps etc) Speaker info @ http://www.iammec.com/Speakers.aspx (good number of key speakers in the list) Agenda/Tracks@ http://www.iammec.com/Agenda.aspx (check it yourself) Enjoy!!