Web 2.0 in Enterprise D37- Architecting Web 2.0 Application on the Microsoft Platform

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This 33-page PPT explores how current Microsoft platform technologies such as AJAX for ASP.NET, SharePoint Server 2007 and WCF can be used to turn Web 2.0 buzz into a practical corporate Web 2.0 architecture.
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    10/31/2007

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      Architecting Web 2.0 Application on the Microsoft Platform
      After Tim O’Reilly’s article “What is Web 2.0” in 2005, there has been considerable buzz around Web 2.0 technologies and the companies that use them. In this session, Nick Wong will discuss how current Microsoft platform technologies such as AJAX for ASP.NET, SharePoint Server 2007 and WCF can be used to turn Web 2.0 buzz into a practical corporate Web 2.0 architecture.

      We will take a look at the next generation of Microsoft technologies such as Silverlight and Visual Studio 2008, and discuss how architects can design and deploy applications beyond the current Web 2.0 experience.
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