Windows Applications Development with Visual Studio 2010

The end users of your apps are being exposed to radical new experiences on Windows every day. Apps they use in their day-to-day jobs are starting to take advantage of hardware-accelerated graphics, 3D animation, and performance optimizations available on multiple core machines. This session examine how the integrated designers, improved support for line-of-business scenarios, and […]

The end users of your apps are being exposed to radical new experiences on Windows every day. Apps they use in their day-to-day jobs are starting to take advantage of hardware-accelerated graphics, 3D animation, and performance optimizations available on multiple core machines. This session examine how the integrated designers, improved support for line-of-business scenarios, and enhanced platform support in Visual Studio 2010 make it easier and faster to deliver innovative Windows apps. Also how you can enhance existing apps to take advantage of new Windows 7 capabilities and capitalize on multiple-core processing:

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