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Day I (8th August,2009)
Time Agenda
08:30-09:30 Registration and Security Checking
Track1(Seminar Hall-1) Track2(Seminar Hall-2)
09:30-10:15 Welcome Keynote by Microsoft India
Abhishek Kant
Partner Keynote by Infragistics
Kalpesh Parmar
10:15 - 11:30 Inside the guts of .NET 4.0 – Part I
Speakers: Sanjay Vyas & Sarang Datye

Silverlight 3 for Designers and Developers
with Blend 3 Sketch Flow & DeepZoom
Speaker: Vikram Pendse

11:30 - 11:45 Tea Break
11:45 - 01:00 Inside the guts of .NET 4.0 – Part II
Speakers: Sanjay Vyas & Sarang Datye

Introduction to Microsoft Azure Platform Services
Speaker: Vikram RajKondawar

01:00 - 01:45 Lunch Break
01:45 - 03:00 Using Data Mining for Analyzing Data,
Predictions and Forecasting
Speaker: Nauzad Kapadia

Developing MVC based web apps
using ASP.NET MVC 1.0
Speaker: Rahul Rajadhyaksha
03:00 - 03:15 Tea Break
03:00 - 04:15 Team Development with Microsoft
Visual Studio Team System 2010 and Team FoundationServer

Speaker: Subodh Sohoni

JQuery 1.0
Speaker: Dhaval Faria

Day II (9th August,2009)
Time Agenda
08:30-09:30 Reporting for Day2
Track1(Seminar Hall-1) Track2(Seminar Hall-2)
09:30-10:45 Parallel Computing APIs with the Microsoft .NET Framework 4
Speaker: Sanjay Vyas

Silverlight for Developers
Speaker: Kalpesh Parmar

10:45-11:00 Tea Break
11:00-12:15 Using ADO.NET Data Services
Speaker: Nauzad Kapadia

Overview of Windows Azure
Speaker: Monish Darda

12:15-01:30 Office for developers
Speaker: Dr. Nitin Paranjpe

Living on Live Services – Introduction to Microsoft Live Framework
Speaker: Mayur Tendulkar
01:30-02:15 Lunch Break
02:15-03:30 What’s New in C# 4.0 and VB 10
Speaker: Sarang Datye 

Developing AJAX application for Windows mobile
Speaker: Amol Vaidya

03:30-03:45 Tea Break
03:45 – 05:00 PowerShell - Use it, Extend It, Embed It
Speaker: Raj Chaudhuri

Rapid application development using Windows Mobile Line of Business Solution Accelerator 2008
Speaker: Mayur Tendulkar

Session Abstract
1) Introduction to the Microsoft Azure Services Platform
Cloud computing is a new buzzword today and this seems a little fuzzy, over used, misinterpreted as well. The entire software industry is trying to create a niche in the cloud space. There seems to be many labels like private cloud, public cloud , data center as cloud, infrastructure as cloud etc…This session will demystify what is cloud computing in today’s scenario, where are we presently and where are we headed to. The bulk of the session will be to introduce “Microsoft’s Azure Services Platform”, which is the cloud computing stack offering by Microsoft. This will include the Microsoft’s Operating system (Azure), Services platform (.NET services, SQL services, Live Service) and the end user applications.
2) Overview of Windows Azure
Providing operating system as a service is the crux of Microsoft’s Windows Azure which forms the kernel of the cloud computing stack. This session will delve deep into various components and features of this cloud based operating system. Key principles of an OS include computation, storage, service management (scheduling, load balancing, resource allocation etc.) & developer ease of use. We will see how each of these has been implemented and also what are the latest and new feature additions in Windows Azure. The session concludes with end user portal setup and future roadmap.
3) Using Data Mining for Analyzing Data,Predictions and Forecasting
Data mining is the process of searching through data to extract patterns and trends by using various algorithms. Data mining is a component of Analysis Services that predicts unknown data values and categorizes entities from relational or online analytical processing (OLAP) data. In this demo packed session, we will look at three practical case studies to understand the fundamental concepts of Data Mining.
1. We will analyze a set of prospective customers and predict which of these customers are most likely to purchase a particular product.
2. We will analyze sales data over the last couple of years to predict future sales and profits.
3. We will analyze data of orders placed to see which products are being purchased together by customers. This will help us in modifying our website and prompt our customers to look at other similar products based on the ones they have added to the cart.
4) Using ADO.NET Data Services
The ADO.NET Data Services framework consists of a combination of patterns and libraries that enable the creation and consumption of data services for the web. The goal of the ADO.Net Data Services framework is to facilitate the creation of flexible data services that are naturally integrated with the web. In this session, we will learn how to expose our certain entities from our database as a WCF service. Client applications can use this service to execute any ad-hoc query against our entities relieving us the need to create various permutations and combinations of Service Operations.
5) Rapid application development using Windows Mobile Line of Business Solution Accelerator 2008
Windows Mobile LOB Solution Accelerator 2008 is a sample provided to get acquainted with Windows Mobile development. This is not an API, SDK or Framework, but a sample, which developers can use to understand software development for Windows Mobile. Moreover, this sample can be ‘reused’ to build new applications without re-inventing the wheel. This sample LOB application showcases the latest design possibilities and technologies in the world of mobile development. It features a set of tools, tips and tricks and best practices aimed at empowering developers to utilize the Windows Mobile platform to its fullest. It includes techniques for Adaptive application development, Sync Services for ADO.NET, WCF Store & Forward functionality, Microsoft MapPoint, LINQ and custom control development for Windows Mobile.
6) Living on Live Services – Introduction to Microsoft Live Framework
The Live Framework is the uniform way for programming Live Services from any platform, programming language, application or device. In current Community Technology Preview (CTP) release, developers with access to the Live Framework sandbox can access a user’s Contacts, Profile, and Mesh resources via the RESTful APIs or through one of the Live Framework Toolkits. This session is all about ‘Getting Started’ with Live Framework and accessing Live Services through it.
7) JQuery - jQuery is a lightweight JavaScript library that emphasizes interaction between JavaScript and HTML. Microsoft have announced plans to bundle jQuery on their platforms, Microsoft adopting it initially within Visual Studio for use within Microsoft's ASP.NET AJAX framework and ASP.NET MVC Framework. We will be looking at how we can use JQuery along with ASP.NET
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