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Default : Celebrate the Maturity of Microsoft's Enterprise

2008 will usher in the golden period for professionals working within a Windows platform-computing environment. With an avalanche of releases dubbed the "Global Launch Wave", the Microsoft IT community has geared up for one of the most important enterprise launches ever in its history.

If you work on Microsoft technologies, there is no way you can afford to miss the Great Indian Developer Summit 2008 (http://developersummit.com/conference.html#dotnet). and there’s no reason to either. The first-of-its-kind conference offers the ultimate value of leading-edge skills and luminary speakers from the world over. From Visual Studio 2008 and .NET Mobile to BizTalk Server and SharePoint 2007, you will come back to work more productive and valuable to yur company. So if you’re keen on taking your knowledge and you capabilities beyond mere industry standards, you know where you need to be!

From May 19-20 2008, come hear luminaries from the world of .NET discuss and debate new technologies emerging from the Microsoft stable; tune into .NET's laser focus on business-critical applications, and soak into experiential learning of software development tools and practices in the golden period of .NET.

You will not find talks of this caliber at other events. Some very good speakers are already lined up (http://developersummit.com/speakers.html)
• SharePoint 2007 Feature Deployment for the Developer by Ed Musters, Sharepoint Guru
• Silverlight 2.0 Deep Dive Workshop by Todd Anglin, ASP.NET Master
• Visual Studio Team System Hands-on Lab by Jean-Luc David, VSTS/FTS Guru
• RIA Development on The Microsoft Stack Using Flex by Mike Grushin, RIA & Web 2.0 Expert
• Doing More With CruiseControl.Net and nAnt by Donald Belcham, Code Craftsman
• SQL Server 2008 Deep Dive Workshop by Chad Boyd, SQL Server Expert
• .NET Gotchas by Dr. Venkat Subramaniam, Agile Mentor
• Building Great UX with .NET by Kalpesh Parmar, Web Clients UX Patterns Expert

The workshops include:
• Workshop: Silverlight 2.0 Deep Dive
• Workshop: Hands On Lab: SharePoint 2007 Development
• Workshop: Master Class: The Elements of User Experience
• Workshop: SQL Server 2008 Deep Dive
• Workshop: Harnessing Domain-Specific Languages (DSLs)
• Workshop: Parachuting Into Brownfields
• Workshop: Acceptance Test-Driven Development
• Chalk Talk: Open Session SQL 2008 Q&A

See here for more details on this rocking summit: www.developersummit.com

To register, email at developersummit@saltmarchmedia.com





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