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Saturday, April 10, 2004
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Design and Architecture for .NET Applications - Level 300
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=25743
April 13, 2004, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Pacific Time
Rockford Lhotka, Technology Evangelist and CEO, Magenic Technologies

There are many ways to architect a .NET application. Based on Magenic's architecture experience with .NET at numerous clients, learn which ways work best for Web and Microsoft Windows development. Discover when to use object-oriented designs, and when to use data-centric designs. Find out when to use and not to use Enterprise Services, Remoting, Web services, and other key .NET technologies.

Patterns & Practices Live: Powered by LogicLibrary Logidex - Level 200
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=25875

April 15, 2004, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Pacific Time
Brent Carlson, Vice President of Technology and Co-founder, LogicLibrary

Patterns offer proven solutions to recurring application architecture, design, and implementation problems within a particular context. The Microsoft(r) Platform Architectural Guidance (PAG) Group has developed a number of patterns and best practices for use by architects and developers as they design and build enterprise solutions. The MSDN Logidex .NET Library, powered by LogicLibrary Logidex, provides fast, easy access to the PAG patterns and practices on MSDN. This webcast will use the .NET PetShop reference application to introduce participants to the text and model-based search capabilities of Logidex and to the content of the Logidex .NET Library, showing how the various components of this application are related to PAG-provided patterns and application blocks and to core .NET Framework capabilities.

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