ASP.NET Webcast Week - January 19 - 23, 2004

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  1. ASP.NET Webcast Week - January 19 - 23, 2004
    Learn about ASP.NET from the experts! These free webcasts are live and interactive. Live code demos and attendees asking in depth engaging questions are all part of these live webcasts. This is a great way to get educated, engaged, and enlightened on Microsoft ASP.NET. Register for all 12 webcasts at http://msdn.microsoft.com/asp.net/using/training/webcasts.




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    Introduction to ASP.NET
    1/19/2004, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
    Event Description: This Webcast will introduce the next version of Active Server Pages, ASP.NET. ASP.NET is a major upgrade to the current version of ASP. Xcopy deployment, control-based encapsulation, clean separation of code from HTML, strongly-typed, compiled languages and event-based page processing will change the way you develop UI for server-based Web applications. This session covers the ASP.NET Page Framework from the ground up: architecture, ASP.NET syntax, server controls, control families: intrinsic controls, list controls, and rich controls. Finally, this session covers business objects, web services, and migration issues. Presented by Jacob Cynamon



    Best Practices: Migrating from ASP to ASP.NET Part I
    1/19/2004, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
    Event Description: In this Webcast, Asli Bilgin walks you through the architectural design considerations that must be addressed before you determine a migration strategy from ASP to ASP.NET. She explores the various migration strategies, such as vertical and horizontal migrations, as well as providing best practices for choosing a migration strategy. She then drills down into the development process, pointing out tips and tricks for migrating your code to ASP.NET. Asli reviews both architectural and syntactical design differences between ASP and ASP.NET, as well as providing you with her personal tips for working with managed code in Visual Studio.NET. Presented by Asli Bilgin


    Inside IIS and ASP.NET: Intercepting HTTP Requests
    1/20/2004, 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
    Event Description: By now, you've learned how easy it is to build Web applications and Web services with .NET-but now you want more. You want to intercept raw HTTP requests as they arrive at your Web server's door, and manipulate them right out from under ASP.NET. This Webcast will show you how to "butt-into" the HTTP round trip and alter how requested resources are handled or get a look at raw request data so you can pre-process information and redirect traffic. You'll learn how HTTP handlers, handler factories, modules, and SOAP extensions for Web Services give you a pluggable component model for configuring ASP.NET applications; see where each component fits in the pipeline; and watch demonstrations that put custom implementations of each pipeline component to good use. Presented by Michele Leroux Bustamante



    From JSP to ASP.NET: A Developer's Perspective
    1/20/2004, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
    Event Description: This Webcast will point out the differences between JSP and ASP.NET architectures and highlight the components of an ASP.NET-based solution: server controls, ADO.NET vs. J2EE equivalents-custom tags and JDBC. We will examine how some common web application problems, like authentication, session state, and caching are solved in ASP.NET. Additionally, we'll showcase some Microsoft® tools, such as JLCA, that will ease JSP to ASP.NET migration. In the end-we expect that developers with a reasonable understanding of JSP and related J2EE technologies will understand the possible ASP.NET solutions, know the migration tools available, and be able to better assess migration strategies for their own environment. Presented by Edgar Sánchez



    ASP.NET Globalization Architecture Made Easy
    1/21/2004, 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
    Event Description: You know globalization is a critical success factor for today's enterprise, but rarely do you plan for it in version 1.0. Whether you're building Windows or Web applications, the .NET Framework makes it easy to support this usually painful process because of its IDE support, robust assembly deployment and versioning features, and globalization class libraries. This Webcast will show you how to architect your ASP.NET applications from the start for globalization and demonstrate how you can point, click, and drag your way to an internationalized application. You will see which .NET Framework classes automatically respond to culture settings, and learn best practices for building, deploying and versioning .NET resources, and how to apply database content, data binding, and content translation to your ASP.NET application architecture. Presented by Michele Leroux Bustamante.



    State Management in ASP.NET
    1/21/2004, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
    Event Description: Speed is one of the critical concerns impacting the development of Web applications. Where should you store your data; how did you maintain state in ASP 3.0; and what are the alternatives in ASP.NET? In this Webcast we will identify and demonstrate the alternatives that will optimize web site performance. Plan to join us for a discussion of cookies, QueryStrings, hidden form fields, ViewState, session state, application state, and cache object. Presented by Jim Blizzard



    Best Practices: Migrating from ASP to ASP.NET Part II
    1/21/2004, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
    Event Description: In this Webcast, Asli Bilgin walks you through the architectural design considerations that must be addressed before you determine a migration strategy from ASP to ASP.NET. She explores the various migration strategies, such as vertical and horizontal migrations, as well as providing best practices for choosing a migration strategy. She then drills down into the development process, pointing out tips and tricks for migrating your code to ASP.NET. Asli reviews both architectural and syntactical design differences between ASP and ASP.NET, as well as providing you with her personal tips for working with managed code in Visual Studio.NET. Presented by Asli Bilgin


    Building Your Own ASP.NET Server Controls
    1/22/2004, 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
    Event Description: This Webcast will focus on the intricacies of developing powerful, reusable, and high performance ASP.NET Server controls to enhance both your ASP.NET applications and ASP.NET developing experience. The main focus areas of this web cast will include: The ASP.NET Object Model; ASP.NET Server Control Object Model; Understanding Viewstate, Postback, and Control Events; using client-side script with you controls; interacting with other controls; sub-classing the built-in ASP.NET server controls to extend functionality; and Server Controls and the design time environment (Visual Studio® .NET). No ..NET Web Developer will want to miss the live demos of server control construction techniques or all the code samples that will be demonstrated in this Webcast. Presented by Chris Mazzanti



    Best ASP.NET Practices for Shielding Your Site from Hackers
    1/22/2004, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM


    Event Description: In this Webcast we will examine some of the techniques hackers employ to attack web sites, and demonstrate how ASP.NET developers can thwart those attacks preventatively. We will start by presenting some ASP.NET code; then we'll expose some typical, attacking hacker code, and finally-we'll show you how to neutralize the attack with the corrected ASP.NET code. Join us for this Webcast and you will be rewarded by learning techniques-like SQL injection, cross-site scripting, secrets storage, logging, configuration lockdown, and secure cookies. Presented by Edgar Sánchez


    ASP.NET for PHP Developers: Introduction
    1/23/2004, 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
    Event Description: This Webcast will provide PHP developers with an introduction to ASP.NET and discuss the differences between PHP and ASP.NET. You won't want to miss the live demonstrations covering: an Introduction to Database Access in ASP.NET, Migrating State Management from PHP to ASP.NET, XML Services in ASP.NET, Email and Regular Expressions as well as Additional Tips for PHP Migration. Participants should take away the ability to build data driven pages in ASP.NET, and gain a solid foundation for expanding on their ASP.NET web development toolkit. Presented by Paul Murphy



    Using the DataList and Repeater ASP.NET Controls
    1/23/2004, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
    Event Description: Rather than using tables and binding data yourself, ASP.NET makes it easy for you to create repeated, table-like displays using its list-bound controls. You can take advantage of the Repeater and DataList controls to create rich data-bound displays. In addition, these controls render HTML, so they can be used with any browser. You don't want to miss this Webcast where you will learn how these important controls work, how to bind them to data, how to work with templates for managing their display, and how to work with events associated with these controls. Presented by Ken Getz



    ASP.NET for PHP Developers: Migration Best Practices
    1/23/2004, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
    Event Description: This Webcast will provide solutions for common tasks encountered during a PHP to ASP.NET migration. Attendees will be introduced to-and learn best practices for User Controls and Events, Data Validation, Database Access, Session State, and Authentication and Roles. Be sure to be on hand for live demonstrations of: An introduction to User Controls and Event Handling in ASP.NET, Data Validation in ASP.NET, Using Databases in ASP.NET, Managing Session State in ASP.NET and Authentication and Roles in ASP.NET. Presented by Paul Murphy





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    MSDN Webcasts Team
     
    Georgeo Pulikkathara[MS], Jan 9, 2004
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