TechEd 2008 EMEA Presentations

TechEd 2008 EMEA Presentations

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Christian Liensberger and I will be presenting at TechEd EMEA in Barcelona Spain next week.  For those of you who will be attending, I hope we can get a chance to talk.  Although Christian and I will be spending a lot of time in the "Ask the Experts" section, please feel free to email me (using the Email link on the left sidebar) to set up a one-on-one meeting. 

These are the talks that we have lined up for the conference.  I hope to see you there!

WIN201 - Introduction to Microsoft Sync Framework (Liam Cavanagh)
Tuesday, November 11 09:00 - 10:15
In this session we will introduce Microsoft Sync Framework. Attendees will learn about the capabilities of the synchronization platform and see a demonstration of data collaboration across devices and services. We will use this demonstration as a guide in our walk-through of the key components involved in building an application using Microsoft Sync Framework that will enable any data store to exchange information.

WIN04-IS Sync Framework - Deep Dive (Christian Liensberger)
Tuesday, November 11 10:45 - 12:00
tive Session
Learn about the newest features that have been build into Microsoft Sync Framework version 1.0 and how they help you to synchronize your data with various devices, computers (PC to PC) or even services in the cloud. In the beginning of this session we are going to deliver a short overview of the Microsoft Sync Framework’s 101:

  • What are the advantages of Microsoft Sync Framework
  • How does synchronization work with the Microsoft Sync Framework
  • How does Microsoft Sync Framework make synchronization easier and more efficient

After this short dive we will write a custom provider for the Microsoft Sync Framework to showcase some of the hooks that you might find interesting when getting started with writing own providers. After the session you should be able to write custom providers for the Microsoft Sync Framework to enable the synchronization scenarios in your own applications. 

- Liam Cavanagh

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