SSW Update - March 2003
Do you avoid reviewing performance without metrics?
Sydney .NET User Group
THIS MONTH ONE WEEK LATE - Tuesday 25th March
Mobile computing has been a promise for ages. PDAs are a really convenient device for
many business uses. This session shows how .NET developers can use VS.NET and the .NET
Compact Framework to create real world applications. This demo will be using SQL Server
on a handheld device. Along the way Adam and David will highlight some of the features and
technologies that you need to be especially careful with and show how you can overcome
their limitations.

Adam will also present some new code generators to help you with your daily coding.

George Doubinski will be talking about using third-party controls and integrated tools in ASP.NET.

Tuesday 25th March 2003, 5:45 pm at Microsoft, 1 Epping Road.

SSW BIG Tech Breakfast Building Web Applications with ASP.NET - Friday 28th March
ASP.NET is a revolutionary new version of Microsoft's Active Server Pages. It provides a wealth of new features that make developers more productive and the applications they build faster, more reliable and scalable. There's a lot to learn about ASP.NET and this session is devoted to bringing you the latest and best information. You will walk away with code samples you can plug into your application. More

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XML Web Services Conference 2003
This conference will look at what you need to do to prepare your organisation for Web Services; what small steps are being taken towards what may have seemed, until recently, lofty goals; how simple and more complex Web Services are already being used in Australia; and what those implementing Web Services have done to achieve it. More
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Cheers until next time, Adam
SSW Database Services Manager and Microsoft Regional Director, Australia
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