Los Angeles .NET Developers Group mtg, Mon, June 3
Please join us at the next meeting of the Los Angeles .NET Developers Group
Monday June 3, 2002, 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm @ UCLA Campus,
Dodd Hall, Room 175 (room subject to change).
Speaker: Ken Getz
Topic: Web Services -- Beyond the Basics
6:30 pm - 7:00 pm: Networking, registration, pizza, and soft drinks.
*There is no charge for admission. Members are asked to voluntarily
contribute $7 to cover the cost of refreshments.
It's simple to get started creating Web services in VS .NET, but once you
get past the basics, what's next? In this session, you'll learn about some
"next steps", including exception handling, an introduction to
authentication, calling Web services asynchronously, using XML shaping,
using XML Web Services to provide common content across multiple
applications, and transferring binary information using Web Services. If
you've got the basics down, it's time to move on to the next level.
About Ken Getz:
Ken Getz is a senior consultant with MCW Technologies and splits his time
between programming, writing, and training. He specializes in tools and
applications written in Access, Visual Basic, and the rest of the Office and
BackOffice suites. Ken is co-author of several books, including Access 2000
Developer's Handbooks, Visual Basic Language Developer's Handbook, and VBA
Developer's Handbook. He co-wrote training materials and teaches for AppDev.
Ken is a frequent speaker at technical conferences, and has spoken at the
Microsoft TechEd conferences since 1994. Ken is a Technical Editor for
Access/VB/SQL Advisor magazine and Contributing Editor for Microsoft Office
Directions: The easiest way to get there is to take the 405 Freeway,
exit at Sunset Boulevard, go East about 2 miles to Hilgard Avenue,
turn right heading south, and make an immediate right at the first corner
(there is no light), you may park in Parking Structure 3 or 2.
Use this map to find Dodd Hall, which is about two blocks due south of
Parking Structure 3 (see http://www.ucla.edu/map).
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