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Introducing “Microsoft Mondays”. A program consisting of a series of Webcasts showcasing various Microsoft products and technologies. Each Monday we discuss a particular topic pertaining to development, infrastructure, Office tools, ERP, client/server operating systems etc. The webcast will be broadcast via LiveMeeting and can viewed from a web client. The idea behind the “Microsoft Mondays” program is to help you become more proficient in the products and technologies that you use and help you utilize their full potential.

SharePoint 2010 UI Customizations with Ribbon and Dialogs

Level – 300 ( Intermediate – Advanced )
SharePoint 2010 introduced the concept of Ribbons and Dialogs. In this session we will look at various methods that we can use to customize ribbon and dialogs. You will see how you can create custom ribbon controls that match any of the SharePoint 2010 out of the box controls. You will also learn how to link your ribbon to dialogs and create new dialogs. The session will also demo how we can work with the client object model and accept and do external and internal processing of data from dialogs.
Date: May 14, 2012
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. (GMT+3)
Featuring: Jerry Yasir, SharePoint Consultant, EJADA
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Introducing SQL Server Data Tools

Level – 300 ( Intermediate – Advanced )
This session introduces SQL Server Data Tools (previously called Juneau) and how developers can finally manage their SSIS, SSRS, and SSAS implementations and their databases through one central tool inside Visual Studio. Managing SQL Azure, as well as offline and online development will also be discussed. If you are a .NET developer or a SQL Server professional, this is a must-attend session.
Date: May 21, 2012
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. (GMT+3)
Featuring: Nabeel Derhem, Senior Solutions Architect, AL-ELM
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A Middleware in the Cloud: Windows Azure AppFabric

Level – 300 ( Intermediate – Advanced)
In this session you will learn about Service Bus for connecting on premise applications through the cloud without the hustle of network configurations and Claims-based authorization, Windows Identity Framework (WIF), and how to leverage the Access Control Service to enable claims-based access to your applications without having to manage user stores anymore.
Date: May 28, 2012
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. (GMT+3)
Featuring: Mohamad Halabi, Microsoft MVP & DevLifeStyle Lead, Ministry of Higher Education
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