The feedback continues to be highly positive about this series of webcasts, so we are offereing the third installment of the Live From Redmond webcasts. These webcasts are done by actual team members working on the technology itself - so if you have a question you won't get any closer to the source than here.

 

Upcoming Smart Client Talks

Date

Title

Speaker

Registration URL

7-Nov

Live From Redmond: ClickOnce Tips and Tricks and what’s new in Orcas

Saurabh Pant

link

14-Nov

Live From Redmond: Smart Client: Offline Data Synchronization and Caching for Smart Clients

Steve Lasker

link

28-Nov

Live From Redmond: Client Application Services in Orcas

Saurabh Pant

link

4-Dec

Live From Redmond: Visual Studio: Developing Local and Mobile Data Solutions with SQL Server Everywhere

Steve Lasker

link

Dec 6

Live From Redmond: IronPython: Developing agile but rich client applications using Python

Mahesh Prakriya

link

 

Upcoming Web Talks 

Date

Title

Speaker

Registration URL

10-Oct

Live From Redmond: Introducing the Microsoft AJAX Libraries

Joe Stagner

link

10-Oct

MSDN Webcast: Application Services in "Atlas"

Mir Tariq

link

19-Oct

Live From Redmond: Introducing the Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0 AJAX Extensions

Joe Stagner

link

26-Oct

Live From Redmond: An In-depth Look at UpdatePanel

Kashif Alam

link

2-Nov

Live From Redmond: Enriching Existing ASP.NET Applications with ASP.NET 2.0 AJAX Extensions

Richard Ersek

link

9-Nov

Live From Redmond: Introducing the Microsoft AJAX Control Toolkit

Joe Stagner

link

16-Nov

Live From Redmond: Building your own Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX control extender.

Joe Stagner

link

21-Nov

Live From Redmond: Using the Microsoft AJAX Library with “other” server technologies.

Joe Stagner

link

30-Nov

Live From Redmond: Microsoft AJAX Patterns  - Implementing Predictive Fetch with Microsoft AJAX

Joe Stagner

link

8-Dec

Live From Redmond: An in-depth look at the "ListView" control

Kashif Alam

link

12-Dec

Live From Redmond: Team development on web applications

Jim Bresler

link

I hope to see you at some of these talks,

Simon.