So earlier this week I finally completed my final chapter for the next Visual Basic
book from Wiley/Wrox, "Professional VB 2005 with .NET 3.0" book. The
book is due to be released right around Tech Ed and you can view more information
on it here:
For those of you familiar with the "Star Trek" movies - lets just say this is an even
numbered release, but more on that at another time.... which since it's now complete
should give me a little more time for blogging.
However as the title of this post notes it's about upcoming webcasts. In my
case I have a webcast this Friday February 23rd, the title is: "Introduction to the
Authentication and Membership Controls of ASP.NET 2.0" . This is one of two
webcasts I'm doing on the topic of ASP.NET 2.0 membership. This
session is part of a special series being promoted by Microsoft and Dr. Dobbs focusing
on introducing developers who are more familiar with tools like PHP and Cold Fusion
to the power of ASP.NET. In particular you'll find that I do all of my demonstrations
using either Firefox or Opera as the browser to help illustrate how ASP.NET's built
in membership controls are browser agnostic. To register for this session or
another session in the series click on the banner just below. The scehduled
time for my first membership session is Friday at 1:00PM Pacific Standard
Time (4PM Eastern Standard Time) and you can find it under the category "Adv. ASP.NET
The second session is titled "Customizing ASP.NET 2.0 Authentication and Membership"
is available from the same location. It's scheduled 1 week later (March 2nd)
with the expectation that if you can attend the first session then you'll be able
to attend the second session as well.
Also let me point out I'm not the only InterKnowlogy presenter. Joel Rummerman,
one of our up and coming engineers, will be presenting "ASP.NET AJAX Client Component
Development". Joel's session is rated as Level 400 because he goes in-depth
in working with the AJAX component model, not just how to use AJAX but how to actually
develop custom controls. Joels session is available under the 'Web Designer'
track and is scheduled for Thursday, March 1st at 9:00AM PST.
Another InterKnowlogy presenter is Tim McCarthy. Tim is an experienced presenter
who will be discussing "Taking Advantage of the Enterprise Library in Your Site".
Tim's presentation is also Friday March 2nd, however his presentation starts at 10:00
AM PST. You can find a link to Tim's presentation on the ASP.NET 2.0 Track.
We look forward to seeing you in our sessions - and heck you can peruse
some of the other valuable sessions, there are alot of great presenters participating
in this program.
BTW, as noted in the graphic you get a 'web development kit' if you register
for two or more sessions as part of this event.
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