My MSDN Day Presentations and Resources

 

I recently delivered MSDN Day talks on Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4.0 as well as WPF and Silverlight 2.  The presentations for the sessions can be downloaded from MSDN Presentations

Drop a comment if you have a question or face issues in getting the PPT.

Meanwhile, the PPT is just a flow of slides that helped with my presentation and there were a lot of Demos that I delivered as a part of the sessions and I am giving here below the reference links for the Demos (Some of them are from www.asp.net  and MSDN Blogs site and some of them are my own blog posts done earlier)

ASP.NET 3.5 SP1 – History, Script Combining, Charting, Dynamic Data, Entity Framework and Silverlight Media Player Demo

Script Combining with .NET 3.5 SP1

ASP.NET Charting Controls

ASP.NET History - Support for Back Button

Silverlight Media Player

ASP.NET Dynamic Data Website

Entity Framework

Managed Extensibility Framework

MEF Download and Community

Visual Studio 2010 Features

Channel 9 Show 10-4

Windows Presentation Foundation

WPF Toolkit

WPF Ribbon Preview

Photosuru

WPF Resources

Silverlight 2

Silverlight Get Started

Silverlight Toolkit

Follow the MSDN Team

MSDN India Blog

MSDN India Twitter

Cheers !!!

Note: Presentation and the resources provided here are for informational purposes, might be outdated with new releases and therefore should not be taken as final.  For more information, please visit http://msdn.microsoft.com

Print | posted on Thursday, March 19, 2009 3:29 PM

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Harish
Could u please share the TESCO demo using Silverlight / WPF ..which u demonstrated in Infosys. Chennai to sivakumar_V@infosys.com
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Could u please share the TESCO demo using Silverlight / WPF ..
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aiaga po migo volarwes
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This post is very old, and things have changed. Go pull JQueryUI for the tabs code, it'll get you where you want to go.
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