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MSDN webcasts related to Windows Mobile platform for June 2004
Posted on 31-May-2004 21:18. | Tags Filed under: News.



MSDN Webcast: Mobile .NET: Today, Tomorrow, and Beyond - Developing Mobile Applications for Longhorn - Level 400
2 June 2004 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM Pacific Time
Derek Ferguson, Chief Technology Evangelist, Expand Beyond Corp.
Mobility is an integral part of Longhorn, the codename for the next generation of the Microsoft Windows operating system. Exciting new capabilities for mobility at the OS level will present significant new opportunities for architects and developers capable of leveraging them--will you be ready? In this fifth webcast of the 6 part series, Derek Ferguson, Chief Technologist for Expand Beyond and Editor-in-Chief of the .NET Developer's Journal, will describe all of the most important enhancements to mobility that will occur in the Longhorn timeframe, as well as presenting several code-level demonstrations of mobile .NET development under Longhorn to get you ready to catch the next wave in Microsoft Windows technology.

MSDN Webcast: Mobile Software Initiative using the .NET Framework - Level 200
8 June 2004 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM Pacific Time
Clayne Robison, Intel Corporation
By becoming aware of the network connectivity state of a mobile device, MSI-enabled software liberates the end-user from concern about connection state. While much research has been done to determine the best native Win32 APIs to use, little has been done to assist .NET developers MSI-enable their applications. This webcast presents methods for using .NET Framework classes to obtain information about system network connections, thus allowing applications to adapt to mobile environments.

MSDN Architecture Webcast: Mobile .NET: Today, Tomorrow, and Beyond - Architecting Mobile Solutions for Longhorn - Level 400
9 June 2004 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM Pacific Time
Derek Ferguson, Chief Technology Evangelist, Expand Beyond Corp.
Mobility presents every organization with the opportunity to dramatically increase it's productivity at minimal cost. Exciting new capabilities for mobility in Longhorn--the codename for the next generation of the Microsoft Windows operating system, will enable architects to design mobile systems with far greater security, reliability, and performance. In this final webcast of the 6 part series, Derek Ferguson, Chief Technologist for Expand Beyond and Editor-in-Chief of the .NET Developer's Journal, will describe all of the most important enhancements to mobility that will occur in the Longhorn timeframe, as well as several patterns and best practices for fully leveraging these improvements in the design of your mobile solutions.

MSDN Webcast: Delivering Rich-Client Features with Thin-Client Delivery - Level 200
24 June 2004 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Pacific Time
Brad McCabe, Director of Development/Chief Technology Evangelist, Infragistics
Focus on meeting today's IT challenges, using thin client or browser based delivery with the rich client features users expect. This webcast will look at the Infragistics Expense reference application as a real world example of some of the power and advanced features that are possible with ASP.NET and outside-of-the-box development tools. We will demonstrate the challenges of delivering a robust interface utilizing HTML and explore some working code to evaluate solutions.


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