Mickey Williams, of Interactive Software Engineering, Inc., developers of Eiffel.NET, will demonstrate how practical software projects can benefit today from the power of Eiffel.NET. Over its ten-year life Eiffel has evolved into one of the most usable software development environments available today.
Kent Sharkey (VS.NET Solution Developer Group, Microsoft) will speak on maximizing productivity and minimizing overhead with the very latest features in the production release of Visual Studio.NET. Developers will see first-hand how to best utilize the IDE to write software, as well as getting a sneak peek into some of the less-known but extremely powerful features.
This session focuses on new tools for developing applications with peer-to-peer capabilities with the Intel p2p .NET namespace. Application developers will learn about Intel's efforts to accelerate P2P application development and reduce development costs. While describing the architecture, features, and application categories enabled by these emerging tools, the session will also provide developers access to additional information on technical specifications and availability.