Jan 16, 2009 - Save the date!
I’ll be speaking at the Washington DC stop of the MSDN Developer Conference on January 16, 2009. The topic is Building Business-Focused Applications Using Silverlight 2
Building Business-Focused Applications Using Silverlight 2
What if you could develop your solutions with the ease pioneered by Microsoft Office Access, deploy them like an Internet application, and take advantage of the power of Microsoft .NET? Learn about an exciting new technology that is all about making business applications for RIA (Rich Internet Applications) much easier to build. In this session, hear how we've made n-tier application development as simple as traditional 2-tier, provided application level solutions to developers, and how we're doing all of this with the same .NET platform and tools on both the client and server.
MSDN Developer Conference
Building on the buzz, excitement, and industry-changing announcements of the Microsoft Professional Developers Conference (PDC), the MSDN Developer Conference will deliver the core message, content, and experience of the PDC in a one-day, multi-track event to multiple cities across the United States in December 2008 and January 2009.
Attend the MSDN Developer Conference for a glimpse into the future of the Microsoft Application Platform. You will experience Microsoft’s vision for Cloud Computing, our Internet services platform that will enable you to extend existing solutions, creating applications that seamlessly bridge the gaps between PC, Web, and phone. Be among the first to see the full range of advances in Windows 7, the next major version of the Windows client operating system. Sessions include the latest developments in .NET, Silverlight, Live Mesh, and more.
By attending the MSDN Developer Conference, you will get an early peak at what the future of the Microsoft Application Platform will mean for you personally. Register today so you can stay current in an ever-competitive job market, enhance your engineering skills, and gain access to the next generation of tools and technology. The cost to attend is just $99. And, did we mention that attendees will get some cool giveaways?
If you are a developer who enjoys diving deep into technology, depends on keeping current in the Microsoft platform, or holds responsibility for the technical strategy of your organization, then the MSDN Developer Conference is for you.
The event is $99 with lots of excellent updated PDC content, and some great give-aways. Check out all the other topics and register here.