After Tim Oâ€™Reillyâ€™s article â€œWhat is Web 2.0â€ in 2005, there has been considerable buzz around Web 2.0 technologies and the companies that use them. From the open platform Facebook to the rich user interfaces of web mail clients like Microsoft Exchange, the architecture of web applications is changing rapidly. Jon Rauschenberger, CTO for Clarity Consulting, together with the Central Region Architect Evangelists, will discuss lessons learned and best practices around collaboration, rich user experiences, and data syndication from existing Web 2.0 application architectures. Weâ€™ll also provide guidance on how current Microsoft platform technologies like AJAX for ASP.NET, SharePoint Server 2007, and WCF can be used to turn those lessons into a practical corporate Web 2.0 architecture. Finally, weâ€™ll take a look at the next generation of Microsoft technologies like Silverlight and Visual Studio 2008 and discuss how architects can design and deploy applications beyond the current Web 2.0 experience.
Session 1: â€œWhat is Web 2.0: Beyond the Buzzwordâ€
Session 2: â€œArchitecting Web 2.0 Applications on the Microsoft Platformâ€
Jon Rauschenberger is the Chief Technical Officer for Clarity Consulting, a software development consulting firm based in Chicago, Illinois. He regularly presents at national technical conferences such as MEDC, TechED and VSLive! and is a frequent author of technical articles for publications such as Microsoft Developer Network, Visual Studio Magazine and .NET
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Architects and Senior Developers who are interested in becoming an architect.
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