Welcome Time: 8:00 AM
Metro Toronto Convention Centre
255 Front Street West
North Building John Bassett Theatre Toronto Ontario M5V 2W6
Product(s): BizTalk Server, SQL Server, Visual Studio and Windows.
Audience(s): Developer and IT Professional.
Related Industry: Education,Financial Services,Government,Professional Services,Telecommunications.
Winter Tour 2006 – Application Platform
Keeping up with the latest tools, techniques and best practices is tough when your fulltime job keeps you in the trenches and heads down. Take this opportunity to learn the best practices in designing, developing, testing, deploying and managing data driven applications. If you are working with the Microsoft based platform or technologies such as SQL Server, Windows, Visual Studio or BizTalk, then this event will help you! The four sessions will look at real world scenarios of building and deploying an internet application and walk through common challenges and solutions that many companies and individuals face. You will leave this event with a better understanding of the key Microsoft based technologies and best practices to help you with your job and provide you with a great opportunity to network with your peers in the industry.
There will be a common session in the morning; followed by two separate afternoon tracks to allow for a deeper discussion on role specific needs.
Morning Sessions (combined audiences):
Session 1 – Designing the architecture
Session 2 – Building, deploying and maintaining the application
MSDN Afternoon Track (for developers)
Session 3 – Developing a web based application on the Microsoft-based applicationplatform
Session 4 – Building a strong data foundation to your application
TechNet Afternoon Track (for IT Pros)
Session 3 – Enhancing Scalability and Availability of the Microsoft Application Platform
Session 4 – Managing and Monitoring the Microsoft Application Platform
8:00 AM Registration
9:00 AM Presentation
Official Website: https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032319210&culture=en-ca&flag=1
Added by libinpan on March 2, 2007