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Your host Nikola Dudar is a Program Manager in Windows division of Microsoft Corporation. He has been working on Windows Web Services API during Windows 7 and various additions to Visual C++ during VS2005 and VS2008. More details are in LinkedIn profile under Nikola's formal name Mykola Dudar.
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Hello! Thank you everyone who attended the talk on Windows Web Services API at PDC 2008. For those who could not make it, I am attaching to this post a version of a slide deck and demos I have been using.
Remember that you need to have Visual Studio 2008 and Windows SDK for Windows 7 pre-Beta to build and run demos on pre-Beta version of Windows 7.
Also, the video recording of this talk will be posted tomorrow afternoon at this location, http://channel9.msdn.com/pdc2008/PC01/ .
If you have any feedback, please feel free to comment on this post or contact me directly using the form on the blog. I promise to keep posting more updates on the blog in the future.
Need information as we are working on developing Web services for Printer Drivers to support from XP onwards.
For introduction to WWSAPI, please check out the video and the slide deck from PDC 2008 presentation from here: http://channel9.msdn.com/pdc2008/PC01/. If you were at PDC 2008, check out the hard drive you have received that contains full version of pre-release documentation for WWSAPI. If you have any specific questions, just ask them in comments.
Below you may links to resources available for connecting C/C++ code and Web Services using Windows Web