Chris Leong

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Microsoft Virtual Tech Days for Developers

Microosft Virtual Tech Days

What is it?
A 24 hour Virtual Event where you can learn about all different development technologies that Microsoft offers.

When?
1st April, 2009

Topics?

  • Windows Development and Frameworks
  • Windows Mobile Development
  • Office and SharePoint Development
  • Developer Tools, Languages & Practices
  • Web Development & User Experience

Get some details about the sessions here

Check it out at Microsoft Virtual Tech Days

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Slides to Innovation Day Jan & TechNet MSDN summit

I know i have not been updating my slides lately. Its really a very hectic few weeks for me as I spend a lot of time finishing up my presentation for a big event – Technet MSDN.

It was really a “good” experience because its the first time in my life that i need to present to 360 -380 people. Here’s the link to my slides for both events

Innovation Day – Building Interactive Applications with Visual Studio 2008

Technet MSDN – WPF & Silverlight – Sharing Skills and Codes

For those of you who wants to have the demo that i use in Technet MSDN. Check out Scot Gu’s blog . I “borrowed” his sample =)

Innovation day – Great User Experience with WPF & Silverlight

Today, I just did a talk on a event called Microsoft Innovation Day. This event previews some of the emerging technologies and trends, resources, and business benefits. MDEC is also doing a pitch on how technopreneur’s can get pre-seed funding for their business ideas.

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MSP Bootcamp & Innovation day Slides

I’ve just recently did an event for Microsoft Student Partner Program (KLCC) and Microsoft Innovation Day at Cyberjaya. Both events are fantastic, there were a lot of response and interest regarding Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) & Silverlight.

As promised, here are the slides for both events.

Here are some links that you could take a look at

  1. Get Started with WPF
  2. When to adopt WPF
  3. Some good FAQs about interoperability  between WinForm and WPF apps