Live Sessions at Mix in Vegas

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BronwenWeeGo.jpgFor those fortunate enough to be going to Mix in Vegas this year, there’s a bunch of Live Services sessions you should check out:

Developing with Windows Live
Wednesday, March 5 3:00 PM – 4:15 PM, Delfino 4003
Speaker(s): Angus Logan, Miguel Moreno Toscano (Coke Europe)
Audience(s): Technical
Session Type: Breakout
Learn how to build dynamic and interactive applications using the full capabilities of the Windows Live platform including APIs that enable streaming media, messaging, storage, presence, authentication, and more. Also learn how to use the Windows Live Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio to more easily integrate Windows Live services into ASP.NET applications.

Developing Applications with Microsoft Virtual Earth
Thursday, March 6 4:15 PM – 5:30 PM, Delfino 4105
Speaker(s): Chris Pendleton
Audience(s): Technical
Session Type: Breakout
Learn how to incorporate Microsoft Virtual Earth’s mapping and aerial photography data from around the world, in both 2- and 3-dimensional environments, into your own applications.

Adding Instant Messaging to Any Site
Wednesday, March 5 4:30 PM – 5:45 PM, Delfino 4003
Speaker(s): Keiji Kanazawa, Nikhil Kothari
Audience(s): Technical
Session Type: Breakout
Learn how your web site visitors can engage with Windows Live Messenger users by taking advantage of the Windows Live Messenger control and library. This session covers how to code with the Messenger Library in JavaScript or C# (using Script#), and we also show how you can drive Microsoft Silverlight UI with the Messenger Library.

Accessing Windows Live Services via AtomPub
Friday, March 7 8:30 AM – 9:45 AM, Delfino 4105
Speaker(s): Pablo Castro
Audience(s): Technical
Session Type: Breakout
Come learn how Microsoft is moving towards a unified approach for accessing online services based on AtomPub. We cover how all Windows Live services can be accessed using AtomPub as well as how integrated Microsoft Visual Studio support including ADO.NET Data Services Framework (aka Project “Astoria”) allows anyone to easily develop, deploy, and access online services using AtopPub.