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SSW Tech Breakfast Rapid Development in Visual Studio .NET
In this session Adam will cover the following techniques:

 - Untyped Datasets vs    Typed Datasets
 - Using Typed Datasets and Data Binding
 - Using a Global Error Handler
 - Learning about the 3 types of settings you will use and implementing a Configuration Class
 - Looking at the 4 projects you will need
 - Using Code Generators
 - N-Tier development
Friday 30th January. 8:00am - 11:00am at SSW
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XML Web Services in .NET
Web Services provide a rich set of components that communicate using standard Internet protocols and will become key building blocks for the next generation of both Microsoft Windows or Web-based applications. See how to speed your development by plugging Web Services into your own application development projects. In this interactive session led by Dr Neil Roodyn and Adam Cogan, you'll take away a finer understanding of how Web Services can change your future application development.
Friday 27th February. 8:00am - 11:00am at SSW
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The Cutting Edge

G'day Developers!
When you build a web application, any dynamic page you think a user may wish to bookmark directly should be controlled through query string values rather than form values. In other words, search mechanisms should use the HTTP GET Request and query string values, rather than a POST with Form values. You may hear that query strings are bad and they leave you wide open to SQL injection attacks... more on query strings
Cheers until next time, Adam
SSW Chief Architect and Microsoft Regional Director, Australia
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This month Dr. Neil Roodyn will be showing us a preview of MS Build, and will be discussing automating your project build process. While MS Build is still in beta, it is set to be included in the next Visual Studio .NET release. MS Build will automate the build and deployment process into one smooth, streamlined step.

Adam Cogan will be presenting Windows Form tips revolving around wizard interfaces, and making a responsive user interface with threading.

Wednesday 21st January. 5:45 pm at Microsoft, 1 Epping Road North Ryde
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