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Glasgow: Building Web Applications with Visual Studio 2008
SD Seminar
Day and evening seminars
Start : Thursday 03rd of April 2008 06:30:00 PM
End : Thursday 03rd of April 2008 06:30:00 PM
Contact info :

Room 16 (Level 2)
Continuing Professional Development Centre,
Glasgow Caledonian University,
Cowcaddens Road,
Glasgow G4 0BA
Email : [email protected]


18:00 Doors Open
18:30 Welcome
18:35 Getting to grips with LINQ to XML
18:50 What's new in T-SQL for SQL Server 2008
19:05 Break
19:15 Building Web Applications with Visual Studio 2008
20:30 Prize giveaways
20:45 Meetup in Waxy O'Connor's for chat and a drink.

Getting to Grips with LINQ to XML
Speaker: Colin Angus Mackay
LINQ is one of the new lanugage features available in C# 3.0. In this session we will have a look at the new language features to support LINQ and LINQ itself.

What's new in T-SQL for SQL Server 2008
Speaker: Martin Bell
Abstract to come

Building Web Applications with Visual Studio 2008
Speaker: Mike Ormond

In this session we will explore what’s new for web developers in Visual Studio 2008. Demos will include the new HTML designer, CSS enhancements, improvements when working with scripting and the three new ASP.NET 3.5 data controls. We may even throw a bit of AJAX in there, just for fun!

* Windows Vista Ultimate
* Visual Studio 2008 Standard Edition
* Windows Server 2008
* SQL Server 2008 (voucher for when released)

Glasgow Caledonian University's Continuing Professional Development Centre. For directions to the university see Google Maps and the campus map (We're in building 2, CPD Centre)

After the event we will, as is traditional, repair to Waxy O'Connor's on West George Street near Queen Street Station.

The event is FREE. The doors open at 18:00 for a 18:30 start.

We would, however, like to know if you are coming. Please press the "Add Me" button below to indicate you are coming. There is no automated email confirmation, if you see your user name added to the list then we know about you.

Who's Going ? (9) : CAMackay, AlanP, MartinBell, dutchy, Cgemmell, carcer, TheNinja, kstenson, gerryc

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