.NET Valley Live!

.NET Valley Live!

 

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Location: At Luzerne County Community College

Wednesday, March 19, 2008 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM

 

This event will begin at 5:30pm in room 712 in building 7. Be sure to register for each session in this event by clicking the register button under each presenter's picture. The agenda is as follows below:

Time

Happening

5:30pm

Pizza, Soda, and Social Gathering

6:00pm

Application Development: Mobile Development

7:00pm

Break

7:15pm

IT Professional: What’s New in Windows Server 2008

8:15pm

Raffle and Closing

 

Session 1 : 6:00 PM

 

John Baird began his computer programming career while in the US Navy. In 1982, he helped form and direct the first PC-based computer processing department for training and manpower in the Department of Defense. After leaving the military in 1988, John began a varied career as a consultant developing business

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Mobile App Development with .Net Compact Framework, SQLCE and PPC’s

 

Presented By: John Baird


Tags: Development | .NET | Mobile App | .NET Compact Framework | SQLCE | PPC
Session Length: 60 minutes
Session Summary:

This introductory presentation will cover the basics of setting up the compact framework, SQLCE, working with emulators, active sync and the differences between developing using the regular .net framework and the compact framework.

 

Session 2 : 7:15 PM

 

As a TechNet presenter and IT Pro, Michael’s mission is to help people work better, smarter and faster. With 20 years Industry experience he’s MCSE certified (NT/2000/2003) and enjoys sharing knowledge with a wide range of people. “The best part of my job,” he says, “is seeing ordinary people accomplish

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What’s New in Windows Server 2008

 

Presented By: Michael J. Murphy


Tags: IT Professional | Windows Server 2008
Session Length: 60 minutes
Session Summary:

Windows Server 2008, in addition to incorporating new capabilities and enhancements to existing features, includes a number of improvements in the core OS that enhance the Operating System’s capabilities in this area. Features aimed at increasing the ability of Windows Server 2008 to support highly critical workloads by improving operational reliability, reducing system failures, and easing management. We will also discuss improvements in other related elements in the platform that help Windows based systems and services help move an organization's IT Department forward.