Wrap up of my first “Atlas” webcast this week

Thank you to everyone who attended the webcast. I hope you found it valuable. There were TONS of questions. I want to thank Robert Shelton for the helping with the arduous task of manning the Q&A queue while I was presenting. I just did a quick scan of the question log and there were a few questions that did not get answered before some folks dropped off. When you drop off, your question disappears from the queue. I will go through the log and do my best to blog outstanding answers. I asked a few of you to follow up with some more details to better understand your scenario. Please do so at http://blogs.msdn.com/federaldev/contact.aspx.

I also promised to publish my deck and demos, but we just ran into a storage limit on www.federaldeveloper.com. Unfortunately, it will take a bit longer to get the deck and demos posted. Stay tuned.


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  1. Tyler says:

    Loved the presentation today.  Could you suggest a way to invoke an ATLAS enabled callback from separate object such as a Flash multimedia.  

    just invoke a click event for a button, or something in that vein?

    Also, where can I find a link to the client-side presentation this Friday where you’ll likely answer this and other questions?

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