MSDN – The Microsoft Developer Network – Free Events

If you have developers within your college, busily coding applications and systems for your intranet, then you may want to let them know about the free MSDN events coming up over the next few months. They're aimed at mainstream development engineers, and given that some colleges have people developing internal applications, with a big emphasis on web applications, it looked like many of the following events might be of interest.

The links contain all the information on the agenda, and presenters. The "SharePoint for Developers" event will probably be of most interest, as there are a number of colleges using SharePoint to support collaboration and workflow around the campus. I'm tempted to go to the Silverlight one, as I've seen so many wow applications built in it, but I rather suspect it would go whoosh over my head!


MSDN: Demand Good Service
Date: 25 October 2007
Location: Reading


MSDN: Developing on the Windows Live Platform
Date: 06 November 2007
Location: TVP

MSDN: Building Dynamic Web Applications with Microsoft Silverlight
Date: 08 November 2007
Location: London

MSDN: SharePoint for Developers
Date: 20 November 2007
Location: Edinburgh

MSDN: SharePoint for Developers
Date: 21 November 2007
Location: Edinburgh

MSDN: SQL Server 2008
Date: 22 November 2007
Location: Bradford

MSDN: An Introduction to the Microsoft Web Platform (and how do it for zip, nada, zero cost to you)
Date: 27 November 2007
Location: Reading

MSDN: Web, Web, Web: Visual Studio 2008, ASP.NET 3.5 and Silverlight
Date: 28 November 2007
Location: Birmingham

MSDN: What's new in Smart Client Development
Date: 29 November 2007
Location: Bristol


MSDN: SQL Server 2008
Date: 04 December 2007
Location: Reading

MSDN: What's new in Visual Studio 2008 and .Net Fx 3.5 for the Web Developer
Date: 06 December 2007
Location: London

Find out about all MSDN events

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