Microsoft ArcReady Coming to a City Near You!



Architecting for the Client Tier

The client (or presentation) tier of our applications is taking on an increasingly important role. Users are expecting more compelling user interfaces, but they also want more functionality from their applications. In this ArcReady we examine how to design and deliver well architected client applications that will be easy to maintain and extend.

Session 1: Trends and Patterns on the Client Tier

In our first session we will take a vendor and platform neutral look at some of the trends and emerging technologies that can be used on the client tier. We will look at techniques like Mashups, technologies like Natural User Interfaces (NUI) and the increasing importance of the mobile platform. We will also look at some common patterns that can be used in the architecture of the client tier.

Session 2: Applying Microsoft Technology on the Client Tier

In our second session we will take some look at how we can use Microsoft technologies to create well architected and compelling client applications. We will look at technologies like Silverlight and WPF that can be used to create compelling clients. We will also look at technologies that can be used to make your applications more extensible for future development. We will also examine some architectural guidance developed by the Microsoft Patterns and Practices group.


· A forum for aspiring and practicing architects to discuss industry trends

· An overview of Microsoft’s roadmap as it relates to software architecture

· A mechanism to solicit your feedback

· An opportunity to showcase the work you do!


Architects and Senior Developers who are interested in becoming an architect.


Events are held in 16 cities across Central Region. To register for this event, please visit

Location/Registration for IL/IN/WI events

Waukesha, WI  4/28/2009  9:00am – 11:45am

Indianapolis, IN  5/4/2009  9:00am – 11:45am

Chicago, IL  5/5/2009  9:00am – 11:45am

Downers Grove, IL  5/20/2009  9:00am – 11:45am

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