Live From Redmond


The .NET Framework groups are offering the third series of Live Meeting presentations called “Live from Redmond”.  These talks are given by product team members so the content is directly from the program managers and developers on the team and the attendance and feedback has been overwhelmingly positive.  Click on the link to register.


Upcoming Smart Client Talks




























Date


Title


Speaker


November 7


Live From Redmond: ClickOnce Tips and Tricks and What’s New in Orcas


Saurabh Pant


November 14


Live From Redmond: Smart Client: Offline Data Synchronization and Caching for Smart Clients


Steve Lasker


November 28


Live From Redmond: Client Application Services in Orcas


Saurabh Pant


December 4


Live From Redmond: Visual Studio: Developing Local and Mobile Data Solutions with SQL Server Everywhere


Steve Lasker


December 6


Live From Redmond: IronPython: Developing Agile but Rich Client Applications Using Python


Mahesh Prakriya


 


Upcoming Web Talks
































Date


Title


Speaker


November 9


Live From Redmond: Introducing the Microsoft AJAX Control Toolkit


Joe Stagner


November 16


Live From Redmond: Building your own Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX Control Extender


Joe Stagner


November 21


Live From Redmond: Using the Microsoft AJAX Library with “Other” Server Technologies


Joe Stagner


November 30


Live From Redmond: Microsoft AJAX Patterns - Implementing Predictive Fetch with Microsoft AJAX


Joe Stagner


December 8


Live From Redmond: An In-Depth Look at the "ListView" Control


Kashif Alam


December 12


Live From Redmond: Team Development on Web Applications


Jim Bresler


Comments (2)

  1. jeffz@live.com says:

    hi, seems that ‘Live From Redmond: Building your own Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX Control Extender’ does not exsited…

  2. wleong says:

    I looked into your inquiry and checked with the speaker.  The AJAX Control Extender session did not happen due to technical difficulties.  Contact me if you need a pointer to alternate materials on the topic.  Thank you.

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