Full Developer Session List for Developer & IT-Pro Days 2007

The full developer  for is now available. Below you can find all the developer-oriented sessions, session level and the speakers listed. 

In the will be delivering following sessions:

  1. PRE-WEB201 The Microsoft Web Story: ASP.NET 2.0, ASP.NET AJAX, and WPF/E
  2. PRE-WEB202 The ASP.NET 2.0 AJAX Extensions
  3. PRE-WEB203 The Microsoft AJAX Library
  4. PRE-WEB204 Introducing WPF/E

During the main conference we will have 9 Level 200, 18 Level 300 and 5 Level 400 sessions for developers:

  • DEV201 Team System for Database Developers – Stuff you wish you had yesterday – Roy Osherove
  • DEV202 Implementing Continuous Integration: With and Without Team System – Roy Osherove
  • DEV203 The .NET Language Integrated Query (LINQ) Framework – Raj Pai
  • DEV204 ADO.NET vNext – LINQ, Object Services, and the Entity Data Model – Bob Beauchemin
  • DEV205 Visual Studio Orcas: Improving the End-to-End Application Development Experience – Jay Schmelzer
  • DEV206 Demonstration of Real World WPF Projects using Expression Blend – Carrie Longson
  • DEV207 Seven Perspectives on CardSpace – Ronny Bjones
  • DEV208 Building Rich, Highly Interactive Web Apps with WPF/E – Jeff Prosise
  • DEV209 Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0: End-to-End Overview of Microsoft’s New Web Application Server – Bart De Smet
  • DEV301 A Deep Dive Into The Guidance Automation Toolkit (Or: Sit Back And Make It Do Your Work) – Jelle Druyts
  • DEV302 Practical Implementation of Composite Smart Clients with CAB and SCSF – Kurt Claeys
  • DEV303 Smart Client: Getting the most out of Windows Forms and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) – Chad Hower
  • DEV304 Regular Expressions – Roy Osherove
  • DEV305 Best practices for adapting Team System to fit your projects Project Management, Project Processes and Reporting needs – Steven Wilssens
  • DEV306 FIT for acceptance testing: Beyond Unit Testing and Test Driven Development – Roy Osherove
  • DEV307 C# 3.0: Future Directions in Language Innovation – Raj Pai
  • DEV308 WPF Data Binding Explained – Peter Himschoot
  • DEV309 WCF communication patterns: more than request-reply – Christian Weyer
  • DEV310 Beyond ABC: WCF practices from the field – Christian Weyer
  • DEV311 Optimizing and Extending ASP.NET AJAX – Jeff Prosise
  • DEV312 Working with browser-enabled InfoPath forms and workflows in MOSS 2007 – Joris Poelmans
  • DEV313 MOSS 2007 Policies and the Records Center – Patrick Tisseghem
  • DEV314 Customizing and Programming MOSS 2007 Search – Patrick Tisseghem
  • DEV315 Office Open XML development deep dive – Doug Mahugh
  • DEV316 Improve database application performance using SQL Server Service Broker – Bob Beauchemin
  • DEV317 SQL Query Plans In Depth – 80/20 tuning – Bob Beauchemin
  • DEV318 What’s New in Visual Basic 9.0 for Application Developers – Jay Schmelzer
  • DEV401 Profiling and Optimizing .NET Applications – Ingo Rammer
  • DEV402 Hardcore Production Debugging of .NET Applications – Ingo Rammer
  • DEV403 Real World Customization of Windows Workflow Foundation – Ingo Rammer
  • DEV404 Building WCF-based Services with WF-enabled Business Logic – Christian Weyer
  • DEV405 Asynchronous ASP.NET 2.0 Programming – Jeff Prosise

will deliver and end-to-end track on Architecture:

  • ARC201 Session 1: Essentials of the Architect and Architecture – Ron Jacobs
  • ARC202 Session 2: Essentials of Architectural Analysis – Requirements, Constraints, Patterns, Functional and Operational aspects – Ron Jacobs
  • ARC203 Session 3: Essential Abilities of the Architecture – Availability, Scalability, Security – Ron Jacobs
  • ARC204 Session 4: Essentials for Architecture Review – Viability and Documentation – Ron Jacobs
  • ARC205 Session 5: Software as a Service (SaaS): Just another Hype? – Ron Jacobs

The full agenda with the exact scheduling will be published soon here: .

We’re approaching 1000+ registrations and it’s exactly two weeks before the start of the event. If you aren’t registered yet, you can still do so !


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  1. B# .NET Blog says:

    Only two weeks left for this year’s Belux Developer and IT Pro Days 2007 . If you haven’t registered