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  • 1. Heysel Brussels, December 4-5th 2001 This year’s DevDays 2001, December 4-5th at Heysel Brussels, consists of 2 technical/strategic days, 23 different technical sessions, delivered by 28 top speakers! Day 1, December 4th gives you the best opportunity to get first-hand insights on .NET development using the very latest tools and technologies. We will show you how Visual Studio .NET simplifies your ability to create XML Web services and .NET applications to integrate a multitude of disparate systems. During the closing keynote we will demonstrate a Web Services application that integrates IBM WebSphere with Visual Studio.NET. Don’t miss this… Day 2, December 5th will show you the key highlights of this year’s PDC (Professional Developer Conference, Los Angeles October 22-26th) delivered by 3rd Party speakers like David Chapel and Microsoft EMEA Application Architects. During this day you will discover what’s next for .NET. You will be among the first to get the code everyone’s going to be talking about - .NET My Services, the building block XML Web Services. Registration Details: For the 2 days, December 4-5th: 199 € Only for the 1st day, December 4th: 149 € More information: www.microsoft.com/belux/msdn/devdays2001
  • 2. Agenda December 4th: Keynote/General Session introducing .NET 9:00am – 10:15am Hans Verbeeck – Chris Volckerick Break 10:15am – 10:30am Development Architect Track Development Integration & Track I Track II Interoperability Track Create Windows What’s new in What's new in Integration Applications with Microsoft Visual Microsoft® Visual strategies for Visual Studio.NET Studio .NET Architect C++® .NET by Microsoft’s by Edition Ronald Laeremans Application Server Peter Demeyere By Program Manager Platform Info Support Steven Wyns Microsoft Corp by Guidance Philippe Destoop 10.30 – 11.30 10.30 – 11.30 Microsoft Consulting 10.30 – 11.30 Services 10.30 – 11.30 Lunch 11:30 – 12:30 Build Web Working with C#, UML Application Security Building mobile Applications with and Rational Rose in Framework: Today applications for the Visual Studio.NET Visual Studio.NET and in .NET Microsoft Platform By by By by Hans Verbeeck & Rational Rose Karel Dekyvere Patrick Van Asch Darwin Leung Microsoft Consulting Microsoft BeLux & Azlan – FleXcom 12.30 – 13.30 Services Christophe Peerens 12.30 – 13.30 Ezos 12.30 – 13.30 12.30 – 13.30 Switch sessions 13:30 – 13:45 Create XML Web Performance Analysis Microsoft® Visual Microsoft® .NET Services with Visual and Load Testing C++® Managed Framework: Studio.NET of .NET applications Extensions Interop Integrating with by By Workshop Existing Code Koen Van Tolhuyzen Jan De Coster by by Cronos - Xnet Compuware-Numega Ronald Laeremans Patrick Tisseghem & Program Manager Jurgen Postelmans 13.45 – 14.45 13.45 – 14.45 Microsoft Corp U2U 13.45 – 14.45 13.45 – 14.45 Break 14:45 – 15.15 ADO.NET : Taking Using Enterprise Enabling Integration ADO to the Internet Templates to Manage Solving DLL Hell Across Organizations by Guidelines and Best with the Wilfried Jansoone Practices Microsoft® .NET by Guidance by Framework Gunther Beersaerts Alain Leroy by Microsoft BeLux Microsoft Consulting Marc Mertens Services Azlan-FleXcom 15.15 – 16.15 15.15 – 16.15 15.15 – 16.15 15.15 – 16.15
  • 3. Switch sessions 16:15 – 16:30 Closing keynote by Yves Kerwyn, Microsoft BeLux & Jan Blondé, Sydney-Tristar Showing VJ# + Interopability demo between IBM WebSphere and .NET 16.30 – 17.30 Cocktail 17.30 – 19.00 Session abstracts December 4th: Keynote/General Session introducing .NET (09.00 – 10.15) Visual Studio is Microsoft's integrated developer toolset. The .NET version represents the largest single advance in this toolset's architecture and capabilities, with a focus on creating and assembling business-to-business and business-to-consumer Web services, based on XML and open Internet protocols. Get a look at the tools first-hand and find out just what Visual Studio.NET and the .NET Framework provide for building the next generation of applications that will power the Web. Create Windows Applications with Visual Studio.NET (10.30 – 11.30) Even with the move to Web applications, rich Windows apps remain critical to the success of many businesses. Come to this session to learn how you can take advantage of Visual Studio's support for Windows Forms to build more powerful Windows applications—and even connect them to Web Services. What’s new in Visual Studio.NET Architect Edition (10.30 – 11.30) Successfully building complex applications requires a solid architecture and common understanding of the requirements across the development team. This track will cover these aspects. You will learn about the Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Architect modeling tools built on Visio technologies, the new Enterprise Template project type and Template Description Language, an XML-based grammar for providing guidance in Visual Studio .NET, are also demonstrated. You will also learn about the testing capabilities within Visual Studio .NET that enable performance, load, and functional testing of XML Web services and applications. What's New in Microsoft® Visual C++® .NET (10.30 – 11.30) Explore the new features that a Microsoft Visual C++ developer needs to know about in order to take advantage of the Microsoft .NET Framework Web Services. Learn about managed language extensions to Microsoft Visual C++, new support for RAD development, the new shared development environment, ATL and MFC support for Web services, and more. Integration strategies for Microsoft’s Application Server Platform (10.30 – 11.30) This session will talk about the different integration strategies Microsoft offers. Products and technologies like “Host Integration Server 2000”, “MSMQ and MQSeries bridge”, “CICS/IMS integration”, “Message Broker Integration”, COM-TI… will be discussed. Build Web Applications with Visual Studio.NET (12.30 – 13.30) With Visual Studio.NET, your development skills easily translate to expert Web
  • 4. development. We'll show you how to bridge the .NET paradigm shift and discover how to leverage ASP.NET and Web Forms in your next-generation Web applications. Working with C#, UML and Rational Rose in Visual Studio.NET (12.30 – 13.30) This presentation will discuss and demonstrate how easy it is to become more productive in a VS.NET environment using UML to design your C# code. We will show how you can start with your existing C# code base to get a UML model using Rational Rose, and keep it up-to-date as you extend and re-factor the code. We will also show how to present the right kind of information to your analysts and customers, while keeping the links to your design and code. And all this happens seamlessly right inside the VS.NET shell! Application Security Framework: Today and in .NET (12.30 – 13.30) Learn about the security services built into the Microsoft Server family and how application developers can leverage these services to build highly secure applications. This session will present an overview of the .NET Framework security infrastructure, including the evidence-based security model and role-based security model. Topics covered will include code access permissions, security policy and permission grants, how to use permission demands to control access to protected resources, both generic and Windows identity based role-based security. Building mobile applications for the Microsoft Platform (12.30 – 13.30) Create XML Web Services with Visual Studio.NET (13.45 – 14.45) Web Services provide a rich set of components that communicate using standard Internet protocols. These will become key building blocks for the next generation of applications, whether Windows- or Web-based. We will demonstrate how to speed development by plugging Web Services into your own application development projects. Performance Analysis and Load Testing of .NET applications (13.45 – 14.45) This session will show you how to identify bottlenecks and optimize .NET applications, profiling at source-level of managed code and load testing of Web Services using the SOAP communication protocol. Microsoft® Visual C++® Managed Extensions Interop Workshop (13.45 – 14.45) Learn how to use the new Managed Extensions in Microsoft Visual C++.NET to interop between native and Microsoft .NET code. Understand how to determine when Managed Extensions are best for Microsoft .NET interop, and when other methods such as COM to Microsoft .NET interop will work better. Microsoft® .NET Framework: Integrating with Existing Code (13.45 – 14.45) The ability to seamlessly interoperate with existing code is one of the most important features of the Microsoft .NET Framework. This session will demonstrate the use of the Common Language Runtime's Interoperability Services which allow Microsoft .NET applications to continue to use the services exposed by existing COM objects. The talk will cover the important concepts of COM and Microsoft ActiveX® interop, and will include demonstrations of the commonly used tools and techniques that make interop possible. The talk will also explain how Microsoft .NET objects can be used from existing applications like Excel. Attendees will leave this session with a solid understanding of how the CLR's Interoperability Services work and techniques needed to write Microsoft .NET code that interoperates with the vast repository of existing code within their enterprise. ADO.NET: Taking ADO to the Internet (15.15 – 16.15)
  • 5. XML is one of the hottest standards in development. But until Visual Studio.NET, integrating XML into your data access has not been easy. Learn how you can harness Visual Studio.NET's deep XML support with ADO.NET to integrate interoperable, robust data access into your applications and components. Using Enterprise Templates to Manage Guidelines and Best Practices (15.15 – 16.15) In this session, you will learn how to create an application construction kit using Visual Studio.NET Enterprise Architect. Specify an initial project structure, including re-usable components, technologies, and design patterns then provide step-by-step instructions for assembling the application that can be communicated directly to your development team in the Visual Studio.NET environment. This session will specifically discuss the new Enterprise Template project type and Template Description Language, an XML-based grammar for providing guidance in Visual Studio.NET. Solving DLL Hell with the Microsoft® .NET Framework (15.15 – 16.15) The self-describing nature of Microsoft .NET components simplifies deployment and provides the basis for solving DLL Hell. Examine how deployment is made easier by eliminating many of the extra steps and special tools required to deploy an application. Applications built using Microsoft .NET are isolated from changes made to the system by other applications because dependencies are deployed private to the application by default, and because references to those dependencies deployed elsewhere undergo explicit version checking. The notion of isolation is key to solving DLL Hell because many of errors caused by conflicts between unrelated applications are eliminated. Enabling Integration Across Organizations (15.15 – 16.15) BizTalk Server 2000 provides a powerful Web-based development and execution environment that integrates loosely coupled, long-running business processes, both within and between businesses. This session highlights BizTalk Server's capability to enable Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) across organizations. It shows how BizTalk Server is ideally suited towards synchronizing the processes designed by buisness analysts with the implementation of those processes by developers. A sample order-entry application will be demonstrated that integrates Office XP and MSMQ with BizTalk Server. Presentation team December 4th: Name Roles Alain Leroy Senior Consultant – Microsoft BeLux Christophe Peerens Senior Consultant - EZOS Chris Volckerick Business Manager ISVs – Microsoft BeLux Darwin Leung Consultant – Trainer – Azlan-FleXcom Gunther Beersaerts .NET Architect – Microsoft BeLux Hans Verbeeck MSDN Regional Director – Azlan-FleXcom Jan Blondé Application Architect – Sydney Tristar Jan De Coster Solution Architect Distributed Systems, Compuware NuMega Jurgen Postelmans Consultant – U2U Karel Dekyvere Consultant – Microsoft BeLux Koen Van Tolhuyzen Consultant – Cronos - Xnet Marc Mertens Consultant – Azlan-FleXcom Patrick Van Asch System Engineer, Microsoft BeLux Patrick Tisseghem Managing Partner – U2U Peter Demeyere Senior Consultant – Info Support
  • 6. Philippe Destoop Senior Consultant – Microsoft BeLux Roland Laeremans Program Manager Visual C++ - Microsoft Corporation Steven Wyns MSDN Regional Director – Guidance Tom Servaes Technical Representative Rational Rose Yves Kerwyn .NET Architect – Microsoft BeLux Wilfried Jansoone Consultant, Guidance
  • 7. Agenda December 5th: Time Title Description 9:00 – 10:30 Keynote This session will provide a developer with a view into the future with Microsoft .NET, focusing on key areas such as XML Web Services, .NET MyServices and the .NET framework. This is an exact repeat of the PDC keynote in LA including demos. 10:30 – Break 10:45 10:45 – XML Web XML Web Services is the new development model to 11:45 Services create the next generation of software that connects our world of information, devices and people in a unified, personalized way. This session will drill down into the technology to build XML web services using Visual Studio .NET, show the differences in building XML Web Services using .NET Remoting or ASP.NET. Finally the sessions will show how the model can be extended to support features such as security or billing through SOAP headers and custom attributes. 11:45 – .NET .NET myServices is a forthcoming set of consumer 12:45 MyServices related XML Web Services providing users with secure unified access to services such as their calendar and contact information across the internet from any device. This session will show how these services can be integrated into your applications and how you can simulate this environment through the use of a .NET myService emulation toolkit. The session will also cover how you can support the Microsoft Passport ™ today in your applications today to provide unified security across the internet. 12:45 – 1:45 Lunch 1:45-3:15 .NET This session will take a closer look at some of the key Framework features within the .NET framework to build the next essentials generation of application. Topics covered will include how the Common Language Runtime works - the process of execution, .NET Remoting, Reflection and COM Interoperability. 3:15 – 3:30 Break 3:30 – 4:30 Mobility This session will look at some of the new devices arriving in the near future such as the Pocket PC 2002 and the “Stinger” phone, platform support within the .NET Compact framework and development tools such as the VS.NET and the Mobile Internet Toolkit to build mobile applications 4:30 – 5:00 Q&A 5.00 – 6.00 Cocktail
  • 8. Presentation Team December 5th: Name Roles David Chapel David Chapel Associates Neil Hutson Group Manager – Application Architects Nic Merriman Senior Application Architect – Web Services Lester Madden Specialist Software engineer - .NET Framework Nigel Watling Specialist Software engineer - .NET Framework Eric Van Bever Senior Application Architect – XML and Web Services Clemens F. Vasters CTO, newtelligence AG