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Looking over the PDC sessions that are available, the ones that I find the most exciting right now include:

TLN307  C#: Future Directions in Language Innovation from Anders Hejlsberg

Day/Time: Wednesday, September 14 3:15 PM- 4:30 PM Room: Halls C & D (Petree Hall)
Day/Time: Thursday, September 15 2:15 PM- 3:30 PM Room: 402 AB
Speaker(s): Anders Hejlsberg
Session Type(s): Breakout
Session Level(s): 300
Track(s): Tools & Languages
Join Anders Hejlsberg, Distinguished Engineer and chief architect of the C# language, for an in-depth walkthrough of the new language features in C# 3.0. Understand how features like extension methods, lambda expressions, type inference, and anonymous types make it possible to create powerful APIs for expressing queries and interacting with objects, XML, and databases in a strongly typed, natural way. It is suggested that you attend "The .NET Language Integrated Query Framework: An Overview" before attending this session.

 

TLN308  Visual Basic: Future Directions in Language Innovation

Day/Time: Thursday, September 15 10:00 AM- 11:15 AM Room: 411
Speaker(s): Paul Vick
Session Type(s): Breakout
Session Level(s): 300
Track(s): Tools & Languages
Visual Basic 9.0 will offer radical improvements in its ability to work with data in all its forms: as objects, as XML, as relational data. Join the language architects for a detailed discussion of features such as query comprehensions, object initializers and anonymous types that enable querying data in a more flexible, natural way than ever before. Also, get a glimpse into the future of dynamic programming in VB with coverage of new features intended to radically simplify working with dynamically typed data on the .NET platform.

 

PRS312  ASP.NET: Future Directions for Developing Rich Web Applications with Atlas (Part 1)

Day/Time: Wednesday, September 14 5:00 PM- 6:15 PM Room: Halls C & D (Petree Hall)
Speaker(s): Shanku Niyogi
Session Type(s): Breakout
Session Level(s): 300
Track(s): Presentation
Take an in-depth first look at Atlas, a new set of technologies that will build on innovations in ASP.NET 2.0 and make it easier to build Web applications that deliver rich, interactive, and personalized experiences in the browser using technologies such as DHTML and XMLHttp. Atlas includes a 100% JScript cross-browser client script framework that allows you to easily build browser applications with rich UI and connectivity to Web services, full integration with ASP.NET application services such as user profiles, a set of ASP.NET server controls for Atlas, and a set of client application services. Learn how you can use the Atlas preview release and ASP.NET 2.0 to start developing richer Web applications.

 

PRS420  ASP.NET: Future Directions for Developing Rich Web Applications with Atlas (Part 2)

Day/Time: Thursday, September 15 11:30 AM- 12:45 PM Room: Halls C & D (Petree Hall)
Speaker(s): Nikhil Kothari
Session Type(s): Breakout
Session Level(s): 400
Track(s): Presentation
Take an in-depth first look at Atlas, a new set of technologies that will build on innovations in ASP.NET 2.0 and make it easier to build Web applications that deliver rich, interactive, and personalized experiences in the browser using technologies such as DHTML and XMLHttp. Atlas includes a 100% JScript cross-browser client script framework that allows you to easily build browser applications with rich UI and connectivity to Web services, full integration with ASP.NET application services such as user profiles, a set of ASP.NET server controls for Atlas, and a set of client application services. Learn how you can use the Atlas preview release and ASP.NET 2.0 to start developing richer Web applications.

 

See you there!

Posted on Friday, September 9, 2005 11:51 AM ASP.NET , Microsoft , Programming Languages | Back to top


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