3 SharePoint sessions have appeared on the PDC 2008 Sessions site today, if you haven't yet added these to your sessions on the PDC site go do it now so Mike Swanson can work his magic on his master sessions schedule.
Today is meant to be the last day of the revised Early Bird offer ($200 discount) for the Professional Developers Conference, so if you haven't registered yet, you still have until end of today to take advantage of this offer.
The following 3 SharePoint sessions were added to PDC08 sessions:
SharePoint: Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Extensions
Presenter: Chris Johnson
Learn how to use Microsoft Silverlight and SharePoint together. See us build a SharePoint application using the Visual Studio 2008 extensions for SharePoint.
Advanced, Cloud Services, SharePoint
FAST: Building Search-Driven Portals with Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Microsoft Silverlight
Presenter: Jan Helge Sageflåt
The combination of FAST ESP and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 allows for the development of powerful search-driven portals. Learn about the architecture and functionality of FAST ESP, and see how FAST ESP can complement and extend existing search features in MOSS 2007. Watch a demonstration that shows how to create search user interfaces by configuring and extending the FAST ESP Search Web Parts, including the use of Silverlight to deliver unique search experiences.
Expert, SharePoint, Silverlight
SharePoint: Advanced Asynchronous Workflow Messaging
Presenter: Alex Malek
Learn how to build an employee on-boarding application that depends on a server located inside another company. See how to use Microsoft Visual Studio to build the document workflow and have it asynchronously message a business service hosted on an "Oslo" server behind another company's firewall.
Expert, Oslo, SharePoint, WF
Update : 2 October 2008
2 additional SharePoint sessions added!
There are now a total of 5 SharePoint sessions at PDC 2008.
Dublin and Services: Expanding your .NET and SharePoint Applications
Presenter: Jacob Avital
Would you like to extend your existing applications running on SharePoint and .NET? Or, are you developing a distributed application and wondering how to harness SharePoint, code name "Oslo," and building block services to help solve problems? See a demonstration of the following scenario: a distributed-enterprise application is initiated on a SharePoint site, and during execution, it spawns building block services and "Oslo" workflows in the cloud (and on-premises) to enrich the process. Some of these workflows use cloud services for extended capabilities--all connected through the Internet Service Bus (ISB), with the user able to see the workflow and process execution.
Advanced, Cloud Services, Oslo, SharePoint
Sharepoint Online: Extending Your Service
Presenter: Troy Hopwood
Learn how to access and manipulate SharePoint files and data remotely with Web Services, customize your design and layout, and create workflows using Office SharePoint Designer 2007. See these extensibility points for SharePoint Online and more as we show you how to improve collaboration without running any on-premises servers.