Microsoft Developer Dinner Presenting Design your ASP.NET Application with Standards using Expression Web – March 25, 2009 Reston, VA


Microsoft Developer Dinner Presenting


Design your ASP.NET Application with Standards using Expression Web


 


 





















Where


Date/Time


Registration Link


Address


Reston, VA


Wednesday,


March 25th


(6:00 – 8:00PM)


http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/InviteOnly.aspx?EventID=CA-62-B8-9E-67-44-86-36-DF-86-44-26-89-88-04-8A&Culture=en-US


Microsoft Innovation &


Technology Center


12012 Sunset Hills Road


Reston, VA 20190


 


Speaker:


James Chittenden


Senior User Experience Evangelist


Microsoft Public Sector DPE (Partner Evangelism Team)


 


Background:


Expression Web allows professional designers and developers to easily take advantage of the best of dynamic Web-site design, enabling users to quickly and efficiently design, develop, and maintain standards-based Web applications with seamless integration with ASP.NET  and Visual Studio. Expression Web provides Web professionals with everything you need to build attractive, high-quality Web sites using Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), DHTML, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), and Extensible Hypertext Markup Language  (XHTML). With Expression Web you can unleash your creativity and bring your Web sites to life with sophisticated CSS design features including visual designers, specialized task panes, and tool bars that give you precise control of page layout and formatting. You can reduce complexity and ease integration of data by using powerful task panes and design tools which allow quick incorporation of XML data.


 


What you will learn:


In this session you will learn how to use Expression Web to help you create standards-based Web applications. Covering everything from Extensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML), Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), XML and Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformation (XSLT), we’ll make sure that the ASP.NET application that you build conforms to today’s modern web standards. The session will also help you get familiar with the features in Expression Web that will simplify your Web design, development, and deployment process.


 


Who should come:


This event is geared towards both Designers and Developers who wish to learn about the capabilities of Expression Web and design standards complaint websites using Expression Web.


 


-Nandita

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