Tracking the tracks at Tech Ed New Zealand


Microsoft Tech Ed New Zealand 2008: Web/UX track contents

, posted: 14-Jun-2008 09:25

It looks like one of the first tracks to be "locked" at Microsoft Tech Ed New Zealand 2008 is the web and user interaction one.

This is the list of sessions for this track:


Scott Hanselman Developing ASP.Net Applications using the Model View Controller pattern
Scott Hanselman RESTful data services with the ADO.Net Data Services Framework
Harry Pierson Microsoft Silverlight and Dynamic Languages
Hank Janssen Managing IIS Infrastructure (TBC)
Hank Janssen PHP, FastCGI and IIS7 (TBC)
Jonas Folleso Silverlight 2 for Developers
Trent Mankelow(NZ)/Susan Wolfe (AU) Self Service Usability
Jefferson Fletcher IE8 for Developers (TBC)
Jefferson Fletcher IE8 Compatibility (TBC)
Nigel Parker (NZ)/Shane Morris (AU) Designing XAML applications using Expression Studio 2.x (TBC)
Scott Cate ASP.Net AJAX Deep Dive (TBC)
ScottHa, Scott Cate, Harry, Jonas, Hank, Jefferson Web futures panel - where is it all going and what challenges are ahead? (TBC)



Other related posts:
Registrations open for Microsoft Tech.Ed New Zealand 2010
Connect with your local .Net user groups
Microsoft Tech.Ed Online: Office and UC






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