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CT MSDN Event announced.

 Thursday, August 31, 2006 1:00 PM -5:00 PM
Welcome Time: 12:30 PM

Session #1: Exploring the System.Net Namespace in the .NET Framework 2.0

Developers are increasingly being asked to create applications that interact with common network services. So, it’s a good thing the .NET Framework 2.0 enables you to write connected applications with less hassle and fewer lines of code. This session will delve into the System.Net namespace, including:

• How to create applications that detect network availability and connections

• Sending SMTP mail and transferring data via HTTP and FTP

• How to use the HTTP Listener class to write a simple Web server

Session #2: Windows Communication Foundation Exposed

Windows Communication Foundation (formerly code-named “Indigo”) is a set of .NET technologies for building and running distributed systems. WCF is a new breed of communications API that unifies previously disparate communications mediums and offers one single API for coding. In this session, we’ll explore:

• How WCF extends the .NET Base Class Library and builds distributed connected systems

• Where WCF fits into the larger WinFX world and how to use WCF to build distributed applications

• Enabling services that communicate across multiple boundaries and transports

• How to optimize for platform or performance

Session #3: Building the Next Generation of Web Applications with ASP.NET “Atlas”

Tired of postbacks taking precious seconds away from your Web app’s performance? Do users complain about slow-loading pages?  Are you wondering what the AJAX buzz is all about?  Learn how you can take advantage of ASP.NET 2.0’s new AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) framework – code-named “Atlas”– to build next-generation Web applications. This session will cover:

• The Atlas architecture, including scenarios associated with the AJAX programming model

• How to apply Atlas to enhance new or existing ASP.NET applications

• Applications that incorporate AJAX, Web services, and rich DHTML-based user experiences

 

If you are not in the CT area, check http://www.msdnevents.com/ for the session nearest to you! 

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