What’s New for Developers in Windows Vista Networking

The Windows Core Networking team will be on hand to answer your questions about the new technologies and features for network application development on Windows Vista.  This chat is for developers, and anyone else, interested in Windows Vista and Windows Longhorn Server network advances.  This is a great opportunity for you to interact directly with the developers, testers and program managers that are building these technologies all without ever leaving your desk!  For us it's a great opponent to meet you, hear about your scenarios, as well as what you like, dislike, and what you would like to see in the future from us.

The product team members that will be on-hand for this chat cover a wide spectrum of networking technologies such as: Winsock, IPv6, new P2P API's, System.Net, WinINet/WinHttp, Windows Filtering Platform (WFP), Http.sys, new QoS platform, Winsock Kernel, etc.

Be sure to add September 1st, 11-12 noon PST to your calendar.  When the time comes, you can enter the chat room by going here.  We hope to see you there!

- Billy Anders

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