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  • Blog Post: SoundByte: Windows Azure Orientation

    Windows Azure Orientation, Level 100, 15 th April, 10-11am UK Time Our next SoundByte, “ Windows Azure Orientation ”, will be run on Friday 15 th April 2011 from 10:00 – 11:00 UK Time . The session is charged at the rate of 1 hour from your ADM contract for up to 2 Live Meeting connections...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint 2010 - A comparison with SharePoint 2007

    Our next SoundByte, “ SharePoint 2010 - A comparison with SharePoint 2007 ”, will be run on Friday 18 th March 2011 from 11:00 – 12:00 UK Time . The session is charged at the rate of 1 hour from your ADM contract for up to 2 Live Meeting connections (and unlimited attendees at each...
  • Blog Post: Identity in the cloud: Access Control Service usage scenarios

    Our next SoundByte, “ Access Control Service usage scenarios ”, will be run on Friday 14 th January 2011 from 11:00 – 12:00 UK Time . The session is charged at the rate of 1 hour from your ADM contract for up to 2 Live Meeting connections (and unlimited attendees at each of these connections...
  • Blog Post: ADM SoundBytes: Identity in the cloud

    Our next SoundByte is: "Identity in the cloud: Access Control Service usage scenarios" It is charged at the rate of 1 hour from your ADM contract. For this price you may have up to 2 Live Meeting connections, and you are of course free to use these to broadcast to a room full of people in...
  • Blog Post: ADM SoundBytes: A lap around the Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF)

    Our next SoundByte is: "A lap round the Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF)". It is charged at the rate of 1 hour from your ADM contract. For this price you may have up to 2 Live Meeting connections, and you are of course free to use these to broadcast to a room full of people in...
  • Blog Post: ADM SoundBytes: The Free Lunch is Over – Patterns for Parallelisation

    Our next SoundByte, “ The Free Lunch is Over – Patterns for Parallelisation ”, will be run on Friday 15 th October 2010 from 11:00 – 12:00 UK Time . The session is charged at the rate of 1 hour from your ADM contract for up to 2 Live Meeting connections (and unlimited attendees...
  • Blog Post: ADM SoundBytes: Incorporating Security Practices into your Development Lifecycle

    Our next SoundByte, “ Incorporating Security Practices into your Development Lifecycle ”, will be run on Friday 17 th September 2010 from 11:00 – 12:00 UK Time . The session is charged at the rate of 1 hour from your ADM contract for up to 2 Live Meeting connections (and unlimited attendees...
  • Blog Post: ADC SoundByte: Parallel Programming in Visual Studio 2010

    Our next SoundByte takes a look at some of the new features in Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4.0 that enable you to develop parallel applications with ease. It is charged at the rate of 1 hour from your ADC contract. For this price you may have up to 2 Live Meeting connections, and you are of...
  • Blog Post: ADC SoundByte: A Lap Around jQuery

    Our next SoundByte takes a look at jQuery – a JavaScript library growing in popularity all the time as more and more customers add script to their web sites. It is charged at the rate of 1 hour from your ADC contract. For this price you may have up to 2 Live Meeting connections, and you are of course...
  • Blog Post: ADC SoundByte: Bing Maps - Easy to integrate in JavaScript and Silverlight, and here’s how

    This month we have a new SoundByte from Chris Barker on integrating Bing Maps for the Enterprise with your application. This is a huge growth area of interest for a lot of our customers, but many don’t realise how easy it can be, what features are available, or what the right approach is. Chris will...
  • Blog Post: ADC SoundBytes September – October 2009

    The ADC Team has two SoundBytes scheduled over the coming months. One is a repeat of a popular session by Ryan Simpson, and the other is a new one delivered by Simon Ince. Ryan has also updated his session to include a brief overview of the new features in the Visual Studio 2010 Performance Tools. ...
  • Blog Post: ADC SoundBytes August – October 2009

    The ADC Team has three further SoundBytes scheduled over the coming months. Two are repeats of popular sessions by Chris Barker and Ryan Simpson, and the third is a new session delivered by Simon Ince. Ryan has also updated his session to include a brief overview of the new features in the Visual Studio...
  • Blog Post: ADC SoundBytes: July – September 2009

    The ADC Team has three further SoundBytes scheduled over the coming months. Two are repeats of popular sessions by Morgan Skinner and Chris Barker, and the third is a new session delivered by Simon Ince. The titles, dates, and abstracts are shown below. The sessions are charged at the rate...
  • Blog Post: ADC SoundBytes: Continuous Integration with BizTalk Server 2009

    The ADC Team’s next SoundByte will be run by Ben Moore. It is entitled “Continuous Integration with BizTalk Server 2009”, and will be run on Friday 26th June 2009 from 11:00 – 12:00 UK Time. If you’re keen to see how you can improve your development processes when using BizTalk 2009 you will find this...
  • Blog Post: ADC SoundBytes: Introduction to the Performance Tools in Visual Studio 2008 Team System

    The ADC Team’s next SoundByte will be run by Ryan Simpson. It is entitled “ Introduction to the Performance Tools in Visual Studio 2008 Team System ”, and will be run on Friday 24th April 2009 from 11:00 – 12:00 BST . Almost any system can benefit from proactive performance tuning and bottleneck diagnosis...
  • Blog Post: ADC SoundBytes: A Developer’s Introduction to IIS7

    The ADC Team’s next SoundByte is entitled “ A Developer’s Introduction to IIS7 ”, and will be run on Friday 27 th March 2009 from 11:00 – 12:00 GMT by William Gunaratne. If you’re looking at moving to IIS7, and would like to get an overview of what options it can give your developers, we would recommend...
  • Blog Post: ADC SoundBytes: Instrumentation in .NET

    After our first pilot SoundByte on Silverlight 2 by Chris Barker was a great success, we’ve started scheduling more in – the first of which is below. SoundBytes are quite a different offering to the usual ADC service, so if you have any feedback on how we’re running them we’d love to hear – just pass...
  • Blog Post: ADC SoundBytes: Optimising Silverlight 2 Performance

    Here at the ADC Team we are constantly listening to our customers and trying to offer better ways to meet their needs. As part of this continuing improvement, we're just about to pilot a new offering known as “SoundBytes”. SoundBytes are short, focused, technical sessions aimed at developers and architects...
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