Yesterday’s InfoPath WebCast: MSDN Webcast: Business Logic in InfoPath 2003

Hello all,

I want to start by apologizing to all of you who tried to connect to yesterday’s WebCast.  We had some network issues that were preventing most people from connecting.  However, the WebCast was recorded and is available on-demand via the following URL:

If you weren’t able to view it yesterday, I hope you will take the time to view the recording.  The talk was very interesting and informative.

I also hope you will join us next Tuesday, November 2nd for the next presentation in the InfoPath Webcast series “Using Managed Code and Visual Studio to Build Solutions” which will be presented by Willson Raj David, a developer on the InfoPath team.  I think we have all the kinks worked out so there shouldn’t be any problems connecting to the Live Meeting.  Also, remember that attendees who are not Microsoft employees who view the entire Webcast and fill out a survey at the end will be entered into a drawing for Halo 2.  (The contest is open to US residents only.  Full contest rules will be posted shortly.)

You can register for next week’s talk through the following URL:

Here is more information about the talk:

MSDN Webcast: Using Managed Code and Visual Studio to Build Solutions—Level 300    

Start Time:       Tuesday, November 02, 2004 1:00 PM (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) 
End Time:        Tuesday, November 02, 2004 2:30 PM (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) 

Event Description
Learn where Microsoft® Office InfoPath™  fits into the Microsoft® Office family. Find out about the Object Model and business logic programmability features in the product as well as the Microsoft® Visual Studio® Toolkit and managed code support that is available in InfoPath.

Presenter: Willson Raj David, Software Design Engineer, Microsoft Corp.

Willson Raj David is a developer in the Microsoft® Office InfoPath™ product division and has been with the product team for at least four years. He primarily worked on the Designer controls and other features. Willson’s core expertise is Microsoft C++ and COM and he also has extensive knowledge in many Web technologies.

Thank you,
Scott Roberts

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