dot NET Valley Meets Next Wednesday 6/27 in Scranton

.NET Valley Live!

.NET Valley Live!


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Location: At The University of Scranton

Wednesday, June 27, 2007 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM


This event will begin at 5:30pm in the Hyland Hall Room 407. Parking is available along Jefferson and Linden Streets. In addition, there is a parking garage up the road. Be sure to register for each session in this event by clicking the register button under each presenter’s picture. The agenda is as follows below:




Pizza, Soda, and Social Gathering


IT Professional Talk




Developer Talk


Raffle and Closing


Session 1 : 6:00 PM


As a TechNet presenter and IT Pro, Michael’s mission is to help people work better, smarter and faster. With 20 years Industry experience he’s MCSE certified (NT/2000/2003) and enjoys sharing knowledge with a wide range of people. “The best part of my job,” he says, “is seeing ordinary people accomplish


Exchange 2007 Transport and Routing Architecture


Presented By: Michael J. Murphy

Tags: Exchange
Session Length: 60 minutes
Session Summary:

In this session, we present the improvements made to transport and message routing in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, and we highlight the benefits these changes offer to both users and administrators. We start by looking at the pros and cons of message routing and transport services in Microsoft Exchange Server 2000 and Exchange Server 2003. Next, we compare Exchange Server 2000 and Exchange Server 2003 with Exchange Server 2007. We demonstrate how to set up connectors between the Hub and Edge Transport server roles, and how to enable transport rules within your organization.


Session 1 : 7:15 PM


How many Microsoft presenters can claim they were “locked in” at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences with Mira Sorvino? Lindsay, for one. It’s a story you’ll have to get straight from the source. She has also produced content for a high traffic television network site and the


AJAX Best Practices


Presented By: Lindsay Rutter

Tags: AJAX | ASP.NET | JavaScript
Session Length: 60 minutes
Session Summary:

We’ll review the architecture of ASP.NET AJAX and check off key areas to consider. You’ll learn how to write cleaner and more maintainable code, how to address accessibility requirements, and how to keep your sites scalable and secure as you add interactivity. You’ll leave this session with the confidence you need to build industrial strength AJAX applications.

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