[Teched Sessions Suggestion] A SQL Server DBA’s Guide To The .NET Framework and CLR Integration

Below is a session submission for Teched New Zealand/Australia 2005 if you are interested in the other submissions or other details please see: http://blogs.msdn.com/charles_sterling/articles/345959.aspx   Session Title: A SQL Server DBA’s Guide To The .NET Framework and CLR Integration Session Level: 300 Session Abstract: Most topics on SQL Server Common Language Runtime (CLR) integration are…


[Teched Sessions Suggestion] Advanced IIS Troublehooting/Debugging.

Session Title: Advanced IIS Troublehooting/Debugging. Level: 400    Abstract: This session aims to equip attendees with a detailed knowledge of IIS6 architecture, including the IIS processing pipeline and ISAPI. Building on this, attendees will be shown tools useful to troubleshooting IIS web application issues, and also debugging tools that are sometimes necessary to perform root-cause analysis….


[Teched Sessions Suggestion] Avalon Presentation Framework for Windows Forms Developers

Below is a session submission for Teched New Zealand/Australia 2005 if you are interested in the other submissions or other details please see: http://blogs.msdn.com/charles_sterling/articles/345959.aspx   Session Title: Avalon Presentation Framework for Windows Forms Developers Session Level: 300 Session Abstract: The Avalon Presentation Framework is going to be a revolutionary leap forward for desktop application developers….


[Teched Sessions Suggestion] Mainframe Integration for Developers with Host Integration Server 2004

Below is a session submission for Teched New Zealand/Australia 2005 if you are interested in the other submissions or other details please see: http://blogs.msdn.com/charles_sterling/articles/345959.aspx   Session Title: Mainframe Integration for Developers with Host Integration Server 2004 Session Level: 200 Session  Abstract: This session will focus on how to integration with the mainframe from a .NET…


[Teched Sessions Suggestion] Microsoft Command Shell (or .NET Eye for the Sys Admin Guy)

Below is a session submission for Teched New Zealand/Australia 2005 if you are interested in the other submissions or other details please see: http://blogs.msdn.com/charles_sterling/articles/345959.aspx Session Title: Microsoft Command Shell (or .NET Eye for the Sys Admin Guy) Session Abstract: This sys admin focused session introduces  the Microsoft Command Shell (also known as Monad) and looks…


Tell us how we are doing

The Visual Studio development team is looking to prioritize their development efforts, unfortunately without your input this can often be a challenging task -and of questionable value…If you have a chance please answer the questions below and drop me a piece of mail Chass@microsoft.com       1.     Which Microsoft products or applications do you use…


[Teched Sessions Suggestion] Mobilizing your Smart Client Applications

Below is a session submission for Teched New Zealand/Australia 2005 if you are interested in the other submissions or other details please see: http://blogs.msdn.com/charles_sterling/articles/345959.aspx   Title: Mobilizing your Smart Client Applications Abstract: Dr. Neil will explain how to ensure your managed application is ready to run on a mobile PC (laptop, notebook, Tablet PC). This…


[Teched Sessions Suggestion] Enterprise Resource Management with Active Directory

Below is a session submission for Teched New Zealand/Australia 2005 if you are interested in the other submissions or other details please see: http://blogs.msdn.com/charles_sterling/articles/345959.aspx Title:  Enterprise Resource Management with Active Directory  Abstract: Active Directory provides powerful and flexible methods for managing servers and resources in a single information store that is globally accessible throughout an…


[Teched Sessions Suggestion] Building Multi-threaded Mobile Applications

Below is a session submission for Teched New Zealand/Australia 2005 if you are interested in the other submissions or other details please see: http://blogs.msdn.com/charles_sterling/articles/345959.aspx Title: Building Multi-threaded Mobile Applications  Abstract: “Making an application multi-threaded is essential to give the user a smooth user interface.  This session looks at howmultiple threads can be used to keep…