The Winter Northeast Roadshow series has run its course! Jim and I traveled about 2,000 miles to deliver seven events for nearly 600 people across the Northeast, and had a great time bringing developer technology and practices to you.
As promised, we’re posting the content and resources from each of our sessions.
Look for the content from Jim’s sessions, "Windows Workflow Steals the Show" and "Adventures in Data with Silverlight, WCF REST, and ADO.NET Data Services" on his blog.
SESSION: "Tech Update"
- MSDN Developer Conference
- Microsoft BizSpark
- Microsoft Web Platform Installer
- Scott Guthrie on Silverlight 3
SESSION: "ASP.NET AJAX 3.5 and jQuery"
Slides & Demos
- Presentation and Demo Content (via SkyDrive)
- Downloadable samples from the book "jQuery in Action"
- jQuery UI Demos
- PhotoGallery Application – Stephen Walther
- ASP.NET AJAX Home
- jQuery UI
- Scott Guthrie – Enabling jQuery IntelliSense
- jQuery Cheat Sheet
- jQuery Cheat Sheet 2
SESSION: "Deeper into Windows Presentation Foundation"
Demos (no slides used)
- Session Demo Content (via SkyDrive)
- Logon Screen Demo
- UIElement3D Sphere Sample
- 3D Solids Sample
- WPF Toolkit & Ribbon Preview – Hands On Lab
- CodePlex WPF Home
- WPF 3.5 SP1 Graphics – David Teitlebaum Interview
- WPF Performance Suite
- WPF Toolkit
- XAML Power Toys
SESSION: "Lunch in the Lab – A Look at Microsoft Research"
- Presentation Slides (via SkyDrive)
Thanks to everyone who invested the time to join us for these events. Special thanks to the each of the following companies and organizations who helped us along the way:
- Rochester Institute of Technology
- Vermont Technical College
- State of Maine – Central Maine Commerce Center
- Daniel Webster College
We couldn’t have delivered the Roadshow without your fantastic support!
We’re going into hibernation for a little while to reacquaint ourselves with family and friends, but early 2009 will see many events, including our Spring Roadshow, likely in the later February into March timeframe.
Keep an eye on our blogs and sign up for MSDN Flash to hear updates on that and other events as they emerge.
Thanks again, and we’ll see you again on the road!