Windows Vista for Developers Clinic

24 Feb

For developers who want to create connected applications with visually appealing and highly-differentiated user experiences, Windows Vista provides the most productive, secure and reliable platform.  Developers can take advantage of the .NET Framework for rapidly building connected and secure applications or websites, leverage native Windows APIs for additional functionality and performance or freely mix between the two models.

This one-day instructor-led clinic and hands-on lab for developers introduces students to high-level information and facilitated discovery on the Microsoft Windows Vista platform, maintaining and enhancing their productivity and driving them to further study and adoption of Windows Vista as their preferred application development platform.


Session 1: Introduction to Windows Vista Application Development

The session provides an overview of the major goals and benefits related to developing applications for Windows Vista. The session focuses on the new features available in Windows Vista and on an overview of the application compatibility issues for deploying existing applications that might not be Windows Vista compatible in a corporate environment.

Session 2: Introduction to Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 Technologies

The session provides an overview of the .NET Framework 3.0 programming model. After explaining the basic concepts of .NET Framework 3.0, the session describes how to develop applications using Windows Communication Foundation and Windows Workflow Foundation as well as how to use CardSpace.

Session 3: Introducing Windows Presentation Foundation

The session provides an overview of how the Windows Presentation Foundation provides the foundation for building applications and high fidelity experiences in Windows Vista, blending together application user interfaces (UIs), documents, and media content.

Session 4: Introducing the Windows Vista APIs

The session provides an overview of the new Windows Vista APIs and demonstrates how to use the new APIs to develop applications for the RSS platform and to query the Windows search engine.

Hands-on Lab: Developing Applications for Windows Vista

The hands-on lab provides students an opportunity to work with developing applications for Windows Vista in a hands-on environment. This lab focuses on new application development features in Windows Vista.

Please register using the information below:

Mountain View – April 3, 2007  
Microsoft Silicon Valley Campus
1065 La Avenida
Mountain View California 94043
Registration: 8:30 am
Event: 9:00 am -12:00 pm
Event ID: 1032329711

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Posted by on February 24, 2007 in Training


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