Upcomming Profile Webcast


[This is for Friday May 11th 8AM-9:30AM Pacific Daylight Time PDT]

Live From Redmond Series - Commerce Server 2007 Development Webcasts!

Hi there, we're launching a series of webcasts targeting Commerce Server 2007 developers. These sessions are developer presented and intended to provide you with a direct in-depth connection to the development team.

The first webcast is Profile System Development by David Hargis. Learn how to develop using Commerce Server 2007 Profile System. From creating, retrieving, writing, to extending the profile. The webcast will cover the following topics:

  1. Profiles System Architecture
  2. Profiles System Authorization Requirements
  3. Profiles Concepts and Tasks
  4. Site Terms Concepts and Tasks
  5. Authentication Concepts and Tasks
  6. Profile System initialization
  7. Profile CRUD
  8. Extending the Profiles System
  9. Profiles Schema & Editor
  10. Profiles caching & cache coherency approach

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  Subject: Live From Redmond - Commerce Server 2007 Profile System Development
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Comments (5)

  1. Brian says:

    Hello Max.

    Do you know if this webcast will be available later? I’d like to listen in and see what was discussed.

  2. MSDN Archive says:

    Yes, Caesar has a link see the following forum post http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=1580525&SiteID=1.

    -Max

  3. Brian says:

    Great. Thanks Max.

  4. J says:

    Is the demostration code published, yet? if so where?

  5. MSDN Archive says:

    No the code is not published sorry.

    -Max

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