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Subject: Microsoft Training Opportunity: Integration with Office 2007 Made EZ!
Have you considered how to integrate your solution with Microsoft Office 2007? Open XML represents an exciting advance toward achieving the ease of integration with Microsoft Office 2007, where broad interoperability allows documents to be archived, restructured, aggregated and re-used in new and dynamic ways.
This 2-day Open XML technical deep dive will provide a detailed understanding of:
· Practical details of the Open XML schemas
· Office Open XML file formats architecture
· How to work with the new .NET 3.0 packaging API
· How to create rich data-driven Open XML documents programmatically
Target Audience: ISV/SI Architects and Developers, Information Worker Solutions.
· Open XML Architecture
· XML Programming in .NET
· Office Open XML Packages
· Custom XML and Content Controls
· XSLT and Open XML
Doug Mahugh is a Microsoft Technical Evangelist specializing in the Office Open XML file formats. He is also the moderator of the OpenXmlDeveloper.org web site, where Open XML developers share tips, techniques and source code for a variety of development platforms.
His background in software development started in the 70s, at The Boeing Company as a Fortran programmer. Through the 80s and 90s he worked in 80x86 assembly language and FoxPro as an independent consultant specializing in bar-code tracking systems for large corporate filerooms. Clients included Ernst & Young, KPMG Peat Marwick, The Chicago Board of Trade, Marmon Group, Motorola, Helene Curtis, and Allstate. After a few years of developing and maintaining a custom line-of-business system for a large wholesale auto auction starting in 2000, he joined Microsoft in 2005.
Chris Predeek is an independent consultant and trainer for Developmentor who has been working with Open Office XML since 2005. His software development career started in the late 90s as a C++ developer for the windows platform. He’s used Microsoft technologies through COM, COM+, and finally to the .NET platform. Recently he’s been specializing in Office 2007, SharePoint 2007, and BizTalk 2006.
Prerequisites: To participate in the hands-on labs, you will need to bring a laptop with Office 2007, Visual Studio 2005 SP1, and .NET Framework 3.0 preinstalled.
Dates: June 18-19, 2007
Location: San Francisco, CA
Microsoft would like to extend a special thank you to Mindjet for hosting this event!
Mindjet makes software that helps people manage and visualize information. Its leading product, MindManager, helps people work smarter, think more creatively, and save time. MindManager enables individuals to quickly convey and organize information in a scalable visual map format. With over 880,000 licenses globally, MindManager is spreading virally as more individuals and companies realize the power and simplicity of the product.
Customers include 85 of the Fortune 100 and over 50% of the global 2,000 including such companies as Charles Schwab, Cisco, FAA, HP, Unilever, WebEx, BMW, Wells Fargo, Microsoft, and many others. Mindjet is headquartered in San Francisco with offices throughout the world and is backed by the leading international venture capital firms, Investor Growth Capital, Inc. and 3i.