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TechEd AU and NZ 2006 Planning: More content for your review!

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So heres some of the early thinking around the Office System and Developer tracks. Still to come are "Database and Business Intelligence", "Windows Client", "Patterns and Practises (Architecture)", "Web Developer" and "Connected Systems"

Thanks to Andrew Coates doing the Developer track and Penelope Lewin and Angus Logan doing the Office System track!

Office System

  • Infrastructure Topics in SharePoint Products and Technologies: Administrative Architecture and Planning for Deployment
  • Developing Workflows for the 2007 Microsoft Office System and Windows SharePoint Services (version 3)
  • Effective IT Governance Using the Microsoft Office Enterprise Project Management (EPM) Solution
  • Using the Web Content Management Features of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 to Build Great Looking Sites
  • New Tools and Techniques for Deploying the 2007 Microsoft Office System: Advanced Topics
  • Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007: Create and Customize SharePoint Web Sites and Build Workflow-Enabled Applications
  • Microsoft Office Project Server 2007: Overview
    Document and Records Management Using Microsoft Office 2007 Server and Client Technologies
  • Integrating Microsoft Office InfoPath 2007 Forms into Workflow Solutions and Business Processes
  • Migrating Your Content Management Server 2002 Web Sites to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007
  • Microsoft Office Access 2007: Designing Collaborative Data Applications
    Enterprise Search Technical Drilldown in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007
  • Windows SharePoint Services and Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server: Upgrade and Migration
  • Microsoft Office Groove 2007: Enterprise Deployments
  • Microsoft Office Visio 2007: Building Data Visualization Solutions
  • Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Microsoft Office (VSTO) version 3.0: What's Coming
    Microsoft Office Open XML Formats
  • Microsoft Office InfoPath 2007: Development, Deployment, and Hosting of Rich and Browser Forms
  • Deploying Windows Vista and the 2007 Microsoft Office System with Business Desktop Deployment Solution Accelerator 3.0 (Part 2)

Developer

  • CLR: Deployment, Installation and Configuration Best Practices for the .NET Framework and Managed Code Applications
  • Using the New Windows Mobile 5.0 APIs for Application Development
  • (WinFX) Windows Forms: How to Build Windows Forms Applications Today That Will Interoperate Well with Windows Presentation Foundation
  • Visual Basic: Today and Tomorrow
  • Windows Forms: Building Enterprise-Ready Forms Applications
  • Smart Client: Offline Data Synchronization and Caching for Smart Clients
  • Sharing Assets Between the .NET Compact Framework (Windows Mobile) and the .NET Framework (Desktop Windows)
  • Developing Applications That Work on Both Pocket PC and Smartphone
  • Visual Basic 2005: Application Development Tips and Tricks
  • Visual C#: Directions in Language Innovation
  • Visual Studio: Leveraging Your Visual Basic 6 Investments with VB 2005
  • Visual C#: Tips and Tricks - Productivity Tips for the Visual C# 2005 IDE
  • Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server (Part 1): Applying Version Control, Work Item Tracking and Team Build to Your Software Development Project
  • Visual Studio: Developing Local and Mobile Data Solutions with Visual Studio 2005
Comments

  • I've had a visitor this week, one of "my boys" David Lemphers has been up in Sydney,
    shadowing me...

  • "Visual Basic 2005: Application Development Tips and Tricks " : boring!!! (unless you are a n00b)
    "Tips and Tricks - Productivity Tips for the Visual C# 2005 IDE " : could be very popular, based on attendances at similar sessions at prior techeds.

    One thing that has been missed is integrating custom code & assemblies into sqlserver and SSRS. If this interests you and you need a presenter, let me know and i will liaise with you or Nigel P about it.

    And can we not have too many TFS sessions? They have been done to death already at user groups, and it is priced out of reach for a lot of companies so most devs won't get much exposure to it.


    Cheers,
    Shane



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