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Sunday, April 18, 2004
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Architecting and Building Smart Client Solutions: The Future of Application Development - Level 200 [1]
April 22, 2004, 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM Pacific Time
Tim Huckaby, CEO, InterKnowlolgy

In Spring of 2003, Tim Huckaby was tasked by Microsoft® Norway to develop and deliver a keynote level "Architecting and Building Smart Client Applications" presentation for the Microsoft® Visual Studio® .NET 2003 launch in Oslo. In performing the research to put together the content and demos necessary for a great presentation, Tim discovered multiple instances of inconsistent messaging in smart client application development that still exists today. Even today, Microsoft has multiple conflicting definitions of what a smart client application is and there are still some very distinct and differing "siloed" opinions of smart client applications within the Microsoft Product Groups. Developers won't want to miss this webcasts demonstrations that will help demystify these inconsistencies and narrow the definition of what a smart client application is.

Patterns & Practices Live: P&P Update - Level 200 [2]
April 22, 2004, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Pacific Time
Sandy Khaund, Group Product Manager, Microsoft Corporation

This webcast will be a patterns & practices Spring 2004 Update. This is a follow-up to the October 2003 webcast about patterns & practices, the library of guidance and code to help build sound solutions for the .NET Framework. In this webcast, we will provide an overview of the upcoming deliverables provided by patterns & practices (Shadowfax, Performance & Scalability, Integration Patterns) and give you a preview of other activities that the team will be pursuing in the months ahead.


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