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Deep Dive on Data Driven Experiences
Deep Dive on Data Driven Experiences
Deep Dive on Data Driven Experiences
Deep Dive on Data Driven Experiences
Deep Dive on Data Driven Experiences
Deep Dive on Data Driven Experiences
Deep Dive on Data Driven Experiences
Deep Dive on Data Driven Experiences
Deep Dive on Data Driven Experiences
Deep Dive on Data Driven Experiences
Deep Dive on Data Driven Experiences
Deep Dive on Data Driven Experiences
Deep Dive on Data Driven Experiences
Deep Dive on Data Driven Experiences
Deep Dive on Data Driven Experiences
Deep Dive on Data Driven Experiences
Deep Dive on Data Driven Experiences
Deep Dive on Data Driven Experiences
Deep Dive on Data Driven Experiences
Deep Dive on Data Driven Experiences
Deep Dive on Data Driven Experiences
Deep Dive on Data Driven Experiences
Deep Dive on Data Driven Experiences
Deep Dive on Data Driven Experiences
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Deep Dive on Data Driven Experiences

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Come learn how technologies like Silverlight, Language INtegrated Query (LINQ), and SQL Server 2005 can help developers build impactful, dynamic applications that reach the broadest possible audience.

Come learn how technologies like Silverlight, Language INtegrated Query (LINQ), and SQL Server 2005 can help developers build impactful, dynamic applications that reach the broadest possible audience.

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  • 1. Aaron Dunnington – Program Manager Tim Scudder – Development Manager Microsoft Corporation
  • 2. Build a socially aware RIA (Rich Internet Application) leveraging: Silverlight .NET 3.0 LINQ to Objects LINQ to XML Semantic web, XML, RDF & FOAF SQLServer 2005 Themes: Data Binding, Query and Aggregation
  • 3. Aaron Dunnington – Program Manager Microsoft Corporation
  • 4. Web = Human readable content. Sematic Web = Machine readable content. W3 Specification: RDF (Resource Description Format) Implimentations RSS (Really Simple Syndication…) FOAF (Friend of a Friend) SIOC (Semantically-Interlinked Online Communities) SKOS (Simple Knowledge Organization System)
  • 5. RDF (and FOAF) uses subject-predicate-object expressions, called triples.
  • 6. Aaron Dunnington – Program Manager Microsoft Corporation
  • 7. Aaron Dunnington – Program Manager Microsoft Corporation
  • 8. Aaron Dunnington – Program Manager Microsoft Corporation
  • 9. Themes: Data Binding, Query and Aggregation Build a socially aware RIA (Rich Internet Application) leveraging: Silverlight .NET 3.0 LINQ to Objects LINQ to XML Semantic web, XML, RDF & FOAF SQLServer 2005
  • 10. Rapidly Building Data Driven Web Pages with Dynamic ADO.NET 10:00AM – 11:15AM Today Samuel Druker - Microsoft Shyam Pather – Microsoft Accessing Data Services in the Cloud 11:30AM – 12:45AM Today Pablo Castro - Microsoft
  • 11. Client Sample Code: www.silverlight.net XML Developer Center: msdn.microsoft.com/xml Aaron's Blog: blogs.msdn.com/adunnington/ LINQ: Search for quot;Linq Projectquot; on MSDN Email Tim Scudder: timothy.scudder@microsoft.com Aaron Dunnington: aaron.dunnington@microsoft.com

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