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Register for the Internet Explorer 9 Webcast Series Vol 13-25 | November, 2010
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Chances are you’ve heard about Internet Explorer 9. If you haven’t had the opportunity to download and install Internet Explorer 9 Beta, I’d strongly recommend doing so by visiting BeautyOfTheWeb.ca ! With Internet Explorer 9, we’ve made many improvements to help web developers unleash a more beautiful web through support for specifications like HTML5, CSS3, SVG, DOM Levels 2 and 3, WOFF, and through unique capabilities like pinned sites! If you’re a web developer looking to find out more about these and other improvements made to Internet Explorer 9, you can check out the extensive documentation and fun demos listed at the Internet Explorer 9 Test Drive site .

One of the challenges we all face as developers is keeping up-to-date on the latest innovations around specifications and technologies like Internet Explorer 9. That’s why I’m happy to announce that starting later this month, we’ll be kicking off the Internet Explorer 9 Webcast Series . We have partnered up with the fine folks at Imaginet to bring you four, 1-hour webcasts packed with the technical content you need to get yourself up-to-date on Internet Explorer 9. This is one webcast series you won’t want to miss so make sure to register TODAY !

And don’t forget to register for the Building Awesome Apps for Windows 7! Community tour . We'll also have the Live Simulcast on Nov. 24th. Learn more here .

-November 30th-Tuesday-12pm-EST-An Overview of Internet Explorer 9 and An Interview with Microsoft Experts. REGISTER NOW

-December 2nd-Thursday-12pm-EST-What’s New for Developers in Internet Explorer 9. REGISTER NOW

-December 14th-Tuesday-12pm-EST-Taking Advantage of Pinned Sites with Internet Explorer 9 and Windows 7. REGISTER NOW

-December 16th-Thursday-12pm-EST-Building Turbo-Charged Web Experiences. REGISTER NOW

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