Parallel Programming with Design Patterns covers many of the key patterns and gives examples of how they can be implemented using .NET Framework 4.0 libraries. This talk is aimed at experienced software developers who’re relatively new to parallel computing space but expect it to become more important to their work.
Cloud Computing – Challenges and Opportunities talk starts with an overview of Windows Azure, Microsoft’s cloud computing platform, as a concrete example of a large scale highly shared cloud. The talk explores the tension between, on one hand, the desire for reduced cost and increased agility, and on the other hand, securing apps and their data. The talk also discusses the need to evolve the app model to truly attain the advantages of cloud computing.
Extending the Visual Studio 2010 SharePoint Tools session will teach you the concepts and techniques required to create extensions so you can leverage the full extent of your SharePoint development knowledge when developing SharePoint 2010 solutions.
Identity Management and SharePoint 2010 session discusses the challenges with identity when you’ve multiple types of backend systems and how ForeFront Identity Manager with SharePoint can address and solve your complex identity problems.
Using the OSI Model for Securing Your SharePoint 2010 session take the attendee from Level 1 to 7 in the OSI model on configuring security in a SharePoint 2010 environment. We’ll cover such topics as NAP, LoopbackCheck, IAG, as well as permissions.
Use Data Views to Get to Your Data – Both Inside and Outside of SharePoint session, it’s shown how the list view and data view tools available can be used to reformat the presentation of the data using conditional formatting, pre-formatted styles, xPath expressions and more.
Developing Windows Phone 7 Applications for SharePoint 2010 session, you’ll learn how to develop SharePoint apps that enable the mobile workforce to collaborate on the go.
Using InfoPath 2010 and SharePoint Designer 2010 to Manage SharePoint List Forms session shows how each functionality works and explores the pros and cons of using each method to customize your SharePoint list forms.