May 10th London .NET User Group

Below is the agenda for the 10th. Please sign up. Location is:

10 May: AJAX Development
Web sites are getting richer and user’s expectations around the level of interaction that they can have with a web site are growing.

In this session Mike Ormond of Microsoft take a look at the Microsoft AJAX Library as well as enhancements in Visual Studio "Orcas" for the JavaScript developer such as IntelliSense and debugging.

We’ll then move on to talk about the ASP.NET AJAX Extensions and finish up by looking at the sample controls in the ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit that make the building of your rich site easier than ever.

Ever since he can remember, Mike’s been interested in ‘how stuff works’, so an engineering career was a natural progression. After completing his degree at Strathclyde University, he toyed with transforms in imaging systems, played with hoppers in payment systems, scheduled headless clients in automated test solutions and helped real customers in product support! Nowadays he spends his time thinking about web and Office development and worrying about how to keep pace with change and whether or not he locked the back door.

May 10th: Have we got object-orientation all wrong?
Have we got object-orientation all wrong? "Object Thinking" (ISBN 0-7356-1965-4) by David West asserts that we have. Alan Dean explores this assertion, and demonstrates self-describing objects / self-evaluating rules with code examples.

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