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MSDN Architecture Webcast: Architecting Your Smart Client Applications Using Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Software Architects (Level 200)     
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When you are architecting service-oriented applications such as smart clients, it is sometimes easier to conceptualize how the entire application will work in your head. But what if you need to document the application model? What if you are working with an extremely complex environment? Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Software Architects provides a suite of tools to help you visually model an application, validate it against a network and hardware infrastructure, and then deploy y...

MSDN Webcast: Preventing Attacks at the Application Level: Parameter Manipulation and Error Trapping (Level 300)     
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“Parameter manipulation” is a familiar term to many developers, but few are aware of its exact meaning. This webcast demonstrates the tools and techniques for parameter manipulation and shows how a hacker can use them to exploit a Web application. Learn how to protect your code from these types of attacks using parameter validation methods like data conversion and regular expressions. This webcast also explains how a hacker can gather sensitive data using unhandled exceptions and common elements...

Support WebCast: Microsoft .NET Framework and XML Serialization     
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May 30, 2002

The Microsoft .NET Framework provides the developer with highly customizable APIs to serialize and to deserialize objects into XML. In this session, you will learn how to use the classes implemented in the System.Xml.Serialization namespace to do this task....

Learn the Integral Steps on the Road to Project Recovery     
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There you are, project manager of a brand new project, you have done your project planning and have started implementation. Now you are thinking about what you can tell your PMI colleagues at the next chapter meeting, creating a wondrous spreadsheet to avoid project failure and revolutionize project control, and learning how to use a new whiz-bang software package you have just bought, when BAM - you are in trouble. A project wreck and you never saw it coming!...

9 Reusable Parallel Data Structures and Algorithms     
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This column is less about the mechanics of a common language runtime (CLR) feature and more about how to efficiently use what you’ve got at your disposal. Selecting the right data structures and algorithms is, of course, one of the most common yet important decisions a programmer must make. The wrong choice can make the difference between success and failure or, as is the case most of the time, good performance and, well, terrible performance. Given that parallel programming is often meant to im...

MSDN Architecture Webcast: Real World Design for Resilience: The Infrastructure Architecture of Microsoft.com (Level 300)     
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Microsoft.com is one of the busiest Web sites in the world and a constant target for hackers. Join this webcast to learn what drives the infrastructure design decisions of this site from the team that architected it and manages it today. Find out how architectural decisions were key to the adoption of the new, 64-bit platform now in production and had no negative effect on site availability. When security patches are released, Microsoft Update and the Download Center push out more than 80 gigaby...

MSDN Webcast: Developing High-Performance Applications with the .NET Compact Framework (Level 300)     
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Can you really write managed code that performs comparably to native code? You bet you can, and you can do it with much greater productivity. But, it may require you to change some of your thinking and plan ahead. Let the experts teach you how to design and build your Microsoft .NET Compact Framework applications for maximum performance and efficiency. Build performance into your applications right from the start....

MSDN Webcast: Advanced Serialization (Level 300)     
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If you write distributed applications, chances are good that you use serialization (although you may not know it). This webcast focuses on the internal workings of the serialization engines that are included in the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 and discusses some serialization techniques you can use to get the best results for your applications....

MSDN Webcast: .NET Framework: CLR Internals (Level 400)     
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Learn how the common language runtime (CLR) works "from soup to nuts." Learn about the CLR execution model, including intermediate language, verification, just in time (JIT) compilation, metadata, and assembly loading. Explore the runtime relationship between code, types, and objects, and also the relationship between a thread's stack and the heap. See how the CLR garbage collector knows which objects are in use and which are not, so that memory from unused objects can be reclaimed. Attend this ...

MSDN Webcast: Preventing Attacks at the Application Level: Misconfigurations and Administrative Errors (Level 300)     
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This webcast explains how an application that you might think is secure can still be exploited due to production problems like misconfigurations and administrative errors. You will learn how to test a Web-based application for critical security defects and view demonstrations of how to edit Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) query string data, power-on self test data, HTTP headers, and HTTP cookies. In addition, this webcast presents real-life examples of Web applications that were exploited due...

Support WebCast: Microsoft .NET Framework: .NET Remoting Essentials     
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April 4, 2002

Microsoft .NET Remoting is the .NET technology that allows you to easily and quickly build distributed applications. All of the application components can be on one computer or they can be on multiple computers around the world. .NET Remoting allows client applications to use objects in other processes on the same computer or on any other computer to which it can connect over its network. During this presentation we will discuss what you will need to know to get started with .NET Remoting. We will talk about how .NET Remoting compares with DCOM, how to host remoted ..Read More..

Support WebCast: Programming XML in the Microsoft .NET Framework Part II     
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January 3, 2002

The objective of this session is to introduce developers to some basic features of .NET Framework XML assemblies and how this integrates with the other key framework components....

Support WebCast: Programming XML in the Microsoft .NET Framework Part I     
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December 18, 2001

The objective of this session is to introduce developers to implementing commonly used XML functionality in applications developed using the .NET Framework and Microsoft Visual Studio .NET....

Support WebCast: XML and Microsoft .NET     
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October 9, 2001

XML is everywhere in Microsoft .NET, and this session will explain what that really means. We will discuss how the .NET platform and components are integrated by XML. We will also talk about what classes and API you can use in .NET Framework to work with XML data....

Support WebCast: Microsoft COM+ and the Microsoft .NET Framework     
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March 22, 2002

This WebCast provides an introduction to COM+ services. We will discuss the steps you can use to build and deploy a COM+ component in the managed world. In addition, we will talk about the services exposed by various attributes in the ServicedComponent class and the EnterpriseServices namespace, including object pooling, transactions, events, and security. We will discuss exposing COM+ components through remoting and exposing a COM+ component as a Web Service. We will review deployment of COM+ application proxies and servers. We will also consider best practices to..Read More..

Support WebCast: Microsoft .NET Framework and Control Licensing     
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Wednesday, June 12, 2002: 10:00 A.M. Pacific time (Greenwich mean time - 7 hours)

During this Support WebCast, we will discuss the control licensing architecture in Microsoft .NET Framework. We will talk about design-time and run-time licensing support, custom license providers, and how to create licensed control classes....

Support WebCast: Integrating Microsoft .NET Development with Microsoft SQL Server 2000     
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Thursday, July 18, 2002: 10:00 A.M. Pacific time (Greenwich mean time - 7 hours)

During this WebCast, we will explore the ways to integrate assemblies and Web services written with the .NET Framework, for both tightly coupled and loosely coupled systems. We will first discuss the loosely coupled systems that implement URL queries, templates, and ADO.NET classes to send and receive XML documents. We will then explore the SQLXML 3.0 interface used for automatic exposure to SOAP, and ...

MSDN Webcast: Windows Forms: Making the Most of WinForms 2.0 Data Binding (Level 300)     
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In the Microsoft .NET Framework 1.x, data binding evolved from a connected two-tier prototyping tool into a sensible, disconnected, n-tier technology worthy of inclusion in mainstream applications. In the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0, there is even greater improvement! The design-time tools are richer, typed datasets offer greater encapsulation, user interfaces can be generated automatically, record navigation is greatly simplified, and master-detail scenarios are handled with ease. You can spen...

MSDN Webcast: Optimizing Scalability, Performance, and Availability with the .NET Framework (Level 400)     
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Creating and maintaining distributed, service-oriented applications is a challenge in terms of scalability, performance, and availability. Join this webcast to learn the implications of technologies like ASP.NET Web Services, .NET remoting, Enterprise Services, Message Queuing (also known as MSMQ), and Web Services Enhancements (WSE) to these three areas. Join this webcast to find out how to gauge the differences between technologies in terms of scalability, performance, and availability and see...

MSDN Webcast: .NET Framework: What's New in the Framework for Version 2.0 (Level 300)     
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Learn how the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 serves as the starting point for many of the great features you can use to make your development experience faster, easier, and more productive. Learn about key features of .NET Framework 2.0 that are exposed by the CLR, including the ability to host the CLR, new capabilities for network communications, ClickOnce, Edit-And-Continue (EnC), and 64-bit support. Whet your appetite for some of the many and varied new base class features, including strongly t...


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