On Tuesday, November 9th, Krish Mandal, Eric Fitchett, Paul Hurlock and I attended an event in New York called HTML5 Live. My intentions going into this were to get a better understanding of HTML5, where it is now, and where it’s going.
I actually got more out of the conference than I had anticipated. I was pleasantly surprised with some of the tools that were demonstrated, and some of the HTML5 features that were shown, particularly native validation and the enhancements to Adobe’s Creative Suite. As I expected, the general sentiment was that HTML5 is going to be big, but it is only practical to develop it right now in a controlled browsing environment. Progressive enhancement is certainly possible, but with all the uncertainty around video and audio codecs, and how other native features will be handled in a standardized way…
In the month of July we’re going to be holding a FREE, half-day, hands-on workshop on MDX and Analysis Services around the country.
If you’re in the Los Angeles, New York City or Hartford, CT areas, come join us. We’ll be deconstructing real-world examples and in the process explaining important things to consider in how Analysis Services handles certain expressions.
8:30AM – 9:00AM Registration & Breakfast
9:00AM – 12:00PM Hands-On Workshop
Wed. 07/15/2009 – Anaheim, CA – Click Here to Register
Wed. 07/15/2009 – Burbank, CA – Click Here to Register
Tue. 07/28/2009 – New York, NY – Click Here to Register
Wed. 07/29/2009 – Bloomfield, CT – Click Here to Register
Here are more details about the event:
Tallan and New Horizons are pleased to present a Complimentary Half-Day, Hands-On Workshop: Real-World SQL Server Analysis Services and MDX
Overview of the Workshop
MDX is the universal query language for OLAP databases, just like…
This weekend was the first Hartford area Microsoft Code Camp. It was very successful with well over 150 attendees and over 22 presenters. We presented the following topics:
Lee Rodgers – Spring.NET & IOC
Reddy Kadasani – Silverlight – Lighting up the Web
Presentation content and demo content will be posted to this site in the next few days, so please check back.
Addition information about the code camp can be found at the Conneticut .NET user group website (http://ctdotnet.org).
We always enjoy giving presentations and seminars on BizTalk 2006 and show IT and business stakeholders what BizTalk can do for their business. Last week was no exception with our Tallan Fall Seminars series.
In both events we had a focused group of companies/individuals who were mostly looking into adopting better ways to manage their integration processes. The goal of the seminars was to introduce BizTalk and give simple demos on how to perform message integration as well as business process modeling using orchestrations in BizTalk. If you were one of the attendees and want to learn more on how we can help you, contact us for more information.
The presentation from the NYC event can be found here.