NOTE: Even thought this is a WPF session, the focus is on tooling (i.e. VS2008 & Blend).  Silverlight 2 developers who want to understand the future tooling experience for Silverlight should attend this session.  In fact, the UI I created during the session is the EXACT SAME UI I will be using for my upcoming Silverlight 2 talks.

Join us to learn how to build Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) applications with the help of the new WPF designer in Microsoft Visual Studio 2008. In this session, we focus on the construction of a real-world application demonstrating how to get the best out of the designer's capabilities. Learn the basics of building WPF applications in the Visual Studio 2008 WPF designer, have a clear view on when you should work in XAML code and on the Visual Studio design surface to build your WPF application, and see how you can use Microsoft Expression Blend in conjunction with Visual Studio 2008 WPF designer.  This session has a heavy focus on Visual Studio 2008, with a light focus on Expression Blend.  The target audience for this session is developers.

When

Friday, March 14, 2008

2:30P-4:00P EST (11:30A-1:00P PST)

Register at this link:

http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032369774&Culture=en-US