Smart Client Deployment with Windows Forms
This session focuses on how Windows Forms applications fit as part of a distributed enterprise environment. At the most basic level, a smart client deployment involves the ability to have users start applications from a link within their browser. This session will address how ADO.NET fits within smart client applications, and how the use of the smart client allows for the creation of self-updating Internet applications. These applications not only allow for the best combination of capability and deployment, but provide the ability to cache both application data and interface on the client machine. Moving forward, the growth of UDDI Services in Windows Server 2003 will provide additional enhancements to the smart client model. We’re going to take a look at how ‘No-Touch’ deployment enables us to leverage the client while still addressing the biggest concerns with distributed computing.
Microsoft Office 2003 and Visual Studio .NET 2003
What’s all the buzz around Microsoft Office 2003 development with Visual Studio.NET 2003? Join the millions of Office developers and see this presentation which will show you how Office development in Visual Studio has emerged to become a powerful way to develop your applications. You’ll be introduced to Office 2003 and Visual Studio .NET 2003. We’ll also show why the new features in Office 2003 allow for better Office applications. Finally, you’ll see how to use Visual Studio .NET 2003 to develop Office applications. This session also looks quickly into other tools and functionality that can extend Office 2003 development and summarizes the key features when building Office 2003 applications in Visual Studio .NET 2003.
Russ Fustino will be presenting from 1 – 5 pm.
See you there!