After a short break we made in the community schedule, because of Tech-Ed Eilat that started on the day of the recurring schedule of our meetings... we're meeting again !!!
Because of a large demand from the community members, this meeting is about Security.
This time Nimrod Luria a member of the Microsoft ACE Team, is going to talk about "Security in the Web 2.0 World" and as a well known expert on the security field he is going to dazzle you with his knowledge.
The lecture is going to reach out and touch one of the most amazing technologies that came out of Microsoft on the last few months, and I'm talking about Silverlight.
Silverlight is running and installed on the client, so if you are asking yourself.... "hmm... client side.... and what about security? how should I write secure code for that?" this is the session for you.
This is your opportunity to see more aspects of that technology, and know more about security in the Web 2.0 in general.
Details and Registration
I'll love to see you all again.
(BTW, The meeting is going to take place in a the office+Vista room in Microsoft, so when you're coming please refer to the desk at floor 1)
That's it, another Tech-Ed conference came to its end, and once again I'm impressed by the outcome, mainly it's because I'm familiar with the hard and excellent work of the Microsoft Israeli team to raise this kind of an event.
I was really glad to see so many people attending my session, and to see the interest in the technologies I was talking about. I think that a very interesting technology future is lying ahead of us, and it's always great to drive this road with people that you like.
For those of you who missed My session, but still wish to se
e it, my session was video recorded and will be available in a short while through Microsoft site and this blog.
In the meanwhile, my session slides and demos are available for download :
Many thanks to those of you who attended my Session and to those of you that come every month to WDC meetings and by that giving it the energy that a new User group needs. Thanks to Sela that recorded my session (and in fact, recorded the whole event), and of course thanks to Microsoft Israel.
I'll be glad to read your comments.