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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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If you have started using Web Services API and building either clients to web services or web services in native code, here is an event where the product team that works on the API can help you. On May 19-21 there will be
WWSAPI-specific "virtual lab" scheduled as part of "Enterprise Network Solutions" with Windows Server 2008 R2. As an attendee of this lab, you join the event using Microsoft LiveMeeting and you "bring" your code to the event by hosting a development configuration at your location. Then as you develop new features using Windows Web Services API, we are helping you with any issues you encounter while you use the API and it tools.
Below are some details of how this "virtual lab" is organized and list of requirements to participate in it. If you are interested, please use the Contact Form on Phil's blog to tell us more about your Windows Server 2008 R2 solution and to request more information.
This "virtual lab" is available primarily for registered Independent Software Vendor (ISV) Partners. The focus of this lab is only on solutions that leverage new features of Windows Server 2008 R2. Note that this is not a traditional training event. Your solution must use new features in Windows Server 2008 R2 like Windows Web Service API. There are a limited number of presentations, and hands-on-lab exercises are optional. We expect all attendees to have a working knowledge of Microsoft Server technologies. You are also going to receive complementary preparatory materials.
A Virtual Lab event takes place within "Virtual Rooms". Virtual Rooms are independent LiveMeeting sessions accessible within a specific schedule. The Main Room
is where you and all other attendees gather for keynote presentations and open-forum discussions. The Lab Room is where all attendees obtain guidance related to optional Hands-on-Labs. The Chalk-Talk Room is where attendees interact directly with Microsoft Product Team members and Subject Matter Experts. The
Project Room is where you and your team independently develop, build, and test your Windows Server 2008 R2 solution.
If you are interested, please use the Contact Form on Phil's blog to tell us more about your Windows Server 2008 R2 solution and to request more information. If you are accepted, you will receive more details about how you can get ready for the lab.
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Thanks everyone for attending the session on building web services in C++ code during TechEd 2009! I