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                                                     Join us for a high level overview of Tech·Ed where we explain the major components of the event and
 TE101                   TechEd 101                  how to take advantage of all that is offered. Whether it is your first TechEd or your 18th, you'll find
                                                                                                                                                                    Richard
                                                     something new has been added to make your experience more valuable.
                                                                                                                                                                   Campbell      6/6/2010   1:00PM
                                                     In a tight market, smart people take a long-term perspective by investing in their professional
                                                     development. The bottom line is that certification helps IT professionals get jobs and keep them. Join
CER101                Certification 101              the Microsoft Certified Professional team to learn about the value and benefits of Microsoft
                                                     Certification, especially in this tight job market. We cover the certification process, choosing a
                                                     certification path, preparing for your first exam, taking an exam, and what to expect after that.
                                                                                                                                                                  Dana Calleja   6/6/2010   2:00PM
                                                     Join us for a high level overview of Tech·Ed where we explain the major components of the event and
TE101R                   TechEd 101                  how to take advantage of all that is offered. Whether it is your first TechEd or your 18th, you'll find
                                                                                                                                                                    Richard
                                                     something new has been added to make your experience more valuable.
                                                                                                                                                                   Campbell      6/6/2010   4:00PM
                                                     In a tight market, smart people take a long-term perspective by investing in their professional
                                                     development. The bottom line is that certification helps IT professionals get jobs and keep them. Join
CER101R               Certification 101              the Microsoft Certified Professional team to learn about the value and benefits of Microsoft
                                                     Certification, especially in this tight job market. We cover the certification process, choosing a
                                                     certification path, preparing for your first exam, taking an exam, and what to expect after that.
                                                                                                                                                                  Dana Calleja   6/6/2010   5:00PM
                                                    In Foundational Sessions, senior executives from Microsoft bridge the general Keynote topics and the
          FOUNDATIONAL SESSION: From Concept to in-depth Breakout Sessions by sharing the company’s vision, strategy, and roadmap across our
 FDN-1
          Reality with Developer Platform and Tools products and technologies. Focuses on Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4, including Application
                                                    Lifecycle Management, Silverlight and Windows Phone 7.
                                                                                                                                                                  Jason Zander   6/7/2010   11:00AM
                                                  In Foundational Sessions, senior executives from Microsoft bridge the general Keynote topics and the
          FOUNDATIONAL SESSION: IT Infrastructure
                                                  in-depth Breakout Sessions by sharing the company’s vision, strategy, and roadmap across our
 FDN-2        from the Desktop to the Cloud:
                                                  products and technologies. Focuses on Windows 7, Desktop Virtualization, Windows Server, and
                 Deploy – Manage – Scale
                                                  Systems Center.                                                                                                  Garth Fort    6/7/2010   11:00AM
                                                  In Foundational Sessions, senior executives from Microsoft bridge the general Keynote topics and the
            FOUNDATIONAL SESSION: Extending       in-depth Breakout Sessions by sharing the company’s vision, strategy, and roadmap across our
 FDN-3
             Business Productivity to the Cloud   products and technologies. Focuses on SharePoint, Microsoft Office, Unified Communications, and
                                                  Microsoft Online Services.                                                                                       Neil Leslie   6/7/2010   11:00AM
                                                     Is it possible to connect business objectives with IT initiatives? Haven’t we tried too many times just to
                                                     find that it is too hard? In this session we walk through a proven process to assess your current
           Connecting IT to Business Objectives: A   Infrastructure and Business Productivity capabilities using the Microsoft Optimization Models, and
ARC202       Conversation about the Microsoft        proceed to demonstrate the new Infrastructure Capabilities Integration business solution catalogue for
                   Optimization Models               horizontal and industry solutions, which are the latest addition to the Microsoft Optimization
                                                     Framework. We then walk through a practical example of how to bridge a set of example business
                                                                                                                                                                    Eduardo
                                                     objectives to their corresponding IT initiatives.
                                                                                                                                                                    Kassner      6/7/2010   1:00PM
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                                                                 TechEd North America 2010 (as of May 20, 2010)

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                                                       In this session we discuss the features in the BizTalk 2010 release. We focus on how this release will
                                                       help developers build BizTalk applications faster and IT admins to manage BizTalk deployments better.
             What’s New in Microsoft BizTalk Server
                                                       We also demo some of the new features! In addition, we discuss our vision for the next big release of
 ASI311     2010 and a Sneak Peek into the Future of
                                                       BizTalk. We discuss the themes for the release, how BizTalk will align with AppFabric and .NET
                            BizTalk
                                                       technologies and the customer scenarios we hope to target. We demo some of the exciting prototypes
                                                                                                                                                              Balasubramani
                                                       and present the roadmap for BizTalk future releases.
                                                                                                                                                                an Sriram   6/7/2010       1:00PM
                                                       In today’s world there is plenty of talk about healthcare change, transparency, accountability, and
            How Partners Healthcare, a Worldwide       patient quality. As a world-renowned leader in Imaging and Radiology Medicine, Massachusetts
 BIC205      Leader in Radiology Medicine, Uses        General Hospital is at the forefront of driving that change. Come see how they are using Microsoft SQL
            Microsoft BI to Improve Patient Quality    Server, SharePoint, ASP.NET and other Microsoft technologies to create a business intelligence culture
                                                       for managing organizational processes that ultimately result in improving patient care.
                                                                                                                                                                 Mitch Ocampo 6/7/2010     1:00PM

                                                       The PowerPivot management dashboard allows administrators to identify bottlenecks, track resource
                                                       consumption and in general understand how the PowerPivot parts on the farm are running. An
                                                       important feature of the dashboard is that it is extensible. Administrators can write and add new
                                                       reports to the dashboard. In this chalk talk, we present the reporting schema that PowerPivot provides
               Building Custom Extensions to the
BIE04-INT                                              and show how some of the most frequently used reports are implemented. We take a few, sample
              PowerPivot Management Dashboard
                                                       ‘what-if’ scenarios and show how to solve the requirement via a report and then link that report into
                                                       the dashboard. To have the scenarios be as real-world as possible, we open up the list to suggestions
                                                       from attendees prior to the session and let them submit their requests for what kind of reports they
                                                       would like to see us develop in the talk.
                                                                                                                                                                 Dave Wickert   6/7/2010   1:00PM

                                                       SharePoint dashboards and scorecards can help you and your organization achieve even greater
                                                       success. Join us for an in-depth view of how to deliver these capabilities using the PerformancePoint
                                                       Services capability in SharePoint Server 2010. In this technical overview, we explain the architecture,
                                                       deployment, and configuration options of this new service and detail what components are enabled
            Configuring PerformancePoint Services in
 BIE201                                                with the Site Collection and what Site features are required for storing PPS dashboards, scorecards,
               Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010
                                                       and reports in SharePoint Lists and Document Libraries. We also explain how moving PerformancePoint
                                                       into SharePoint impacted how we secure your businesses data with the new claims-based
                                                       authentication framework. After this session, you will be well prepared to begin implementing and         Joe Wallace;
                                                       designing your dashboard and scorecard IT strategy with SharePoint Server 2010.                               Josh
                                                                                                                                                                 Zimmerman      6/7/2010   1:00PM




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                                                                  TechEd North America 2010 (as of May 20, 2010)

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                                                       Do you remember when we talked about Decision Support, more than Business Intelligence? Even
                                                       today, when technologies and business have changed so much, one of our key objectives is still to help
                                                       decisions makers. In this session we explore the critical architectures and information patterns that
            Business Intelligence Overview: Decisions,
 BIO101                                                influence your decisioning process. We ask, and answer, vital, but often overlooked questions such as
                       Decisions, Decisions
                                                       “What counts as a decision? How do we validate that our decisions were good or bad? Can we
                                                       automate decision making?” Although dealing with important business processes, there will be demos,
                                                       there will be technology insights, and hopefully there will be some humour too.
                                                                                                                                                                Donald Farmer 6/7/2010     1:00PM
                                                       Learn how to set up and manage an enterprise-scale performance management solution using the
               Creating an EPM Environment Using       newest offerings from Microsoft. Establish a greater understanding of the components in SQL Server
BIP03-INT       Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 and       2008 R2 and SharePoint 2010 that can enable your business to become a world competitor. Hear best
                         SharePoint 2010               practices on how to define, develop, and deploy key performance indicators, metrics, indicators,
                                                       analytic charts, decomposition trees, and other useful tools to bring your EPM program to life.
                                                                                                                                                                Daniel Evans    6/7/2010   1:00PM
                                                       SQL Server Reporting Services 2008 R2 provides a new feature called Report Parts. This enhances
            Business User Productivity via Report Part collobaration between report developers and end users. Report authors can share data sets and report
 BIU202
            Galleries in SQL Server Reporting Services components to enhance information integrity and productivity. This session showcases the value and
                                                       workflow for using the Report Parts in SQL Server Reporting Services.
                                                                                                                                                                Roger Sanborn 6/7/2010     1:00PM
                                                       Cloud Computing is a reality and is changing the technology industry. Your professional life will be
                                                       affected whether you choose a solution from Amazon, Google, Microsoft, or others. How quickly will it
             How Will Cloud Computing Change Your
BOF01-DV                                               change the economic paradigm of companies and their priorities? How much will you have to learn?
                             Life?
                                                       What new opportunities will arise? How soon will it affect your job? Bring your experiences and
                                                       questions to contribute to the discussion.
                                                                                                                                                                Michael Stiefel 6/7/2010   1:00PM

                                                    This session is an open discussion on hardware solutions (excluding servers for the most part) that help
                                                    to enhance the Microsoft collaboration infrastructure. Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint, Office
                                                    Communication Server, Windows Server, and Active Directory are the primary Microsoft technologies
            Hardware Enhancements for the Microsoft covered. Hardware solutions for storage, network acceleration\optimization, network security, etc. are
BOF30-IT
                  Collaboration Infrastructure      discussed, but some software solutions might be covered too. Experts on Exchange, SharePoint,
                                                    storage, networking, virtualization, and more are leading the discussion; each of whom has more than
                                                    a decade of experience designing and deploying solutions to over a million users. The focus is on high-
                                                    level solutions reducing cost and optimizing resources.
                                                                                                                                                                 Jason Sherry   6/7/2010   1:00PM




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                                                      Monday is Windows Client Day in Microsoft Certification! This Certification Preparation session focuses
                                                      on what you need to know to get certified and pass the Windows 7 Technology Specialist Microsoft
                                                      Certified Professional exam. The session is led by an expert Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) who
             Certification Prep Session on Windows 7 regularly presents on this topic. The presenter walks you through the objectives that are covered in the
 CER201
            Technology Specialist Series: Exam 70-680 exam, gives you some general exam taking tips and technology “gotchas” about Windows 7. This
                                                      session is your last step in getting ready for this exam. Don’t miss it and the other Windows 7
                                                      Certification Preparation Session at Tech·Ed North America. Once you are ready to take the exam, walk
                                                      over to the Prometric testing center across the hall and get your 50% exam discount!
                                                                                                                                                                 Craig Brown     6/7/2010   1:00PM
                                                 This session helps IT decision-makers take advantage of Cloud Computing to meet the new imperatives
                                                 of business agility. Discussion includes guidance for conducting your own Cloud Assessment and the
 COS209     Building Momentum with Windows Azure best standardization practices within your IT department. Also covered is ISV migration successes,
                                                 Platform technology innovation in one short year, and Microsoft’s own internal Cloud adoption of                 Prashant
                                                 Windows Azure.                                                                                                    Ketkar        6/7/2010   1:00PM

                                                     With the explosion of media, Web, and social computing, there has been significant need for efficient
                                                     storage, management, and performant access to unstructured data in an enterprise environment. Most
                                                     of these contents reside as files in Fileservers today. Relational databases have been traditionally weak
           Scaling the Management of Unstructured
                                                     in handling unstructured data in an efficient manner. SQL Server has invested significantly in making it
DAT11-INT Data with Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 and
                                                     easy to store, manage such unstructured data by combining the power of the file system capabilities
                          FileServer
                                                     with traditional relational management. In this session we explore the SQL server FILESTREAM and
                                                     Remote BLOB storage technologies in depth and discuss how they together provide an end-to-end
                                                     solution for managing unstructured data in an enterprise environment.
                                                                                                                                                                 srini acharya   6/7/2010   1:00PM


                                                        Learn how the Microsoft SQL Server 2008 data platform complements and builds on the foundations
                                                        provided by Windows Server security capabilities. SQL Server uses the core security infrastructure of
                                                        Windows to help build secure applications that are easy to manage with the choice and flexibility of
                                                        different authentication, authorization, access control and hardening options. Together they provide a
              Better Together: Secure SQL Server on
 DAT304                                                 secure, reliable and manageable platform for database application development and management.
                        Secure Windows
                                                        This session looks into some of the core security capabilities of Windows and how SQL Server leverages
                                                        those capabilities to make SQL Server a secure platform on Windows Server and helps protect your         Al Comeau;
                                                        databases through enhanced security features.
                                                                                                                                                                  Devendra
                                                                                                                                                                    Tiwari       6/7/2010   1:00PM




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                                                     The Visual Studio Debugger provides a slew of features that make the task of debugging both easier
                                                     and more efficient. Learn about time-saving tips and tricks for the Visual Studio 2010 Debugger. Hear
          Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Debugger Tips about the new mixed-mode debugging feature, the breakpoints window enhancements, the new
DEV06-INT
                           and Tricks                Windows Presentation Foundation visualizers, and a number of other features. Also learn about thread
                                                     debugging enhancements, new features for making stepping into properties easier, and more. Join us
                                                     as we crack open the toolbox and walk through some of the debugger's best practices.                             Habib
                                                                                                                                                                    Heydarian    6/7/2010   1:00PM
                                                      Visual Studio 2010 brings a range of new capabilities for anybody doing team-based Windows
                                                      development. This session begins with a broad introduction to the new Visual Studio landscape,
                                                      showing the role played by each part of this toolset. It then walks through the primary scenarios that
            Introducing Microsoft Visual Studio 2010:
 DEV203                                               the 2010 release targets, including building in quality throughout the development process, working
               What It Is and Why You Should Care
                                                      with legacy applications, and heterogeneous development with Java, Oracle, and other non-Microsoft
                                                      technologies. The goal is to provide a big-picture view of what Visual Studio 2010 offers and how it can
                                                      be used.
                                                                                                                                                                  David Chappell 6/7/2010   1:00PM
                                                     Over the last two decades, Microsoft has been developing ever-more powerful and flexible data
                                                     development technologies, from DB-Library and OBDC to the ADO.NET Entity Framework and WCF
                                                     Data Services. "But when," many bewildered developers ask themselves, "do I use which technology or
             Data Development GPS: Guidance for      which data access layer? What are their relative strengths? What are the best choices for my
 DEV324    Choosing the Right Data Access Technology application type (Winforms, Windows Presentation Foundation, MVC, Webforms, Silverlight, etc.)?
                  for Your Application Today         How do these fit my development process (whether DDD, TDD, Code Centric, Database Centric, etc.)?
                                                     Which ones will Microsoft continue to support and develop into the future?" This session explores
                                                     some of the patterns and methodologies prevalent in data development and guides you through this
                                                     important decision-making process.
                                                                                                                                                                  Shyam Pather   6/7/2010   1:00PM

                                                       Are you considering adopting IronRuby or IronPython in your Microsoft .NET enterprise applications?
                                                       Thinking about integrating dynamic languages with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF),
                                                       Windows Workflow Foundation (WF), Microsoft SQL Server, SharePoint, etc? Are you wondering what
                                                       other customers are doing and the challenges they are facing?
            Integrating Dynamic Languages into Your
 DEV406                                                This session uses a series of real-world customer scenarios to provide a practical view for the adoption
                     Enterprise Applications
                                                       of dynamic languages such as IronRuby and IronPython in enterprise applications. The session
                                                       illustrates how the use of these languages can drastically improve the development experience in
                                                       technologies such as WCF, WF, SharePoint or SQL Server. We dive deep into some of the best practices
                                                       and techniques that will help developers to integrate IronRuby and IronPython into some of the most
                                                       important technologies of the .NET programming portfolio.                                                      Jesus
                                                                                                                                                                    Rodriguez    6/7/2010   1:00PM


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                                                    The buzz in the IT industry about cloud computing has continued to grow. There are many different
                                                    perspectives on the cloud, its capabilities, its enablers, and what it means to the world of IT operations
            Managing Systems from the Datacenter to
MGT301                                              and systems management. Hear the Microsoft System Center team’s perspective on what cloud
                          the Cloud
                                                    services mean for the datacenter, what you can do today with these services, and how your approach
                                                    to cloud services can help you change your company's IT operations for the better.
                                                                                                                                                                     Paul Ross       6/7/2010   1:00PM
                                                      This session provides an overview of the key investment areas and capabilities of Project Server 2010
            Microsoft Project and Project Server 2010 and Project Professional 2010, including demand management, portfolio analysis, time tracking,                 Christophe
 OSP209
                           Overview                   business intelligence/reporting, and other better together capabilities, by being built of top of            Fiessinger; Jan
                                                      SharePoint 2010 Enterprise features.                                                                              Kalis        6/7/2010   1:00PM

                                                        Search connects people to the information they need to get their jobs done. General productivity
                                                        search solutions connect a broad set of people to a broad set of information. They deliver a great
               What’s New in Enterprise Search in       search experience out of the box and are designed to be easy to set up and maintain. Most general
 OSP217
               Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010         productivity search solutions allow some amount of customization and extensibility, but they don’t
                                                        provide many “information management capabilities.” In this session you learn about the new                  Jeff Fried;
                                                        enterprise search capabilities in SharePoint 2010 and how to support general productivity applications.        Rohit
                                                                                                                                                                     Bhargava        6/7/2010   1:00PM
                                                        In this session, Outlook Program Manager Andrew Sullivan reviews the various integration points
             Microsoft Outlook and Exchange 2010:       between Outlook and Exchange 2010, highlighting core scenarios for end users and valuable
 OSP314                                                                                                                                                               Andrew
                   Better Together Overview             integration points for IT pros and anyone managing a messaging infrastructure. This session covers
                                                                                                                                                                   Sullivan; Andy
                                                        Outlook and Exchange in great detail -- no question is off limits!
                                                                                                                                                                     O'Donald        6/7/2010   1:00PM
                                                        Driven by customer needs, the security industry is evolving into a new phase of development: the
                                                        convergence and integration of IT protection, access, and management around an identity-centric
 SIA203        Introducing Business Ready Security      framework. In this session we dive into Microsoft's Business Ready Security strategy and the
                                                                                                                                                                      Brjann
                                                        supporting solutions, show demos of the latest technologies that are enabling this industry shift, and
                                                                                                                                                                   Brekkan; Joe
                                                        provide real-world implementation examples.
                                                                                                                                                                      Licari         6/7/2010   1:00PM

                                                        The Microsoft .NET security stack is widely recognized as delivering a tightly integrated Web service
                                                        development platform offering highly customizeable/built-in Microsoft ASP.NET declaritive methods
                                                        within Web configuration files. However, as Web services need to be extended across non-Microsoft
                                                        platforms and to other security domains, a perimeter Security Gateway becomes a complementary add-
              Deploy Cohesive Web Service Security
                                                        on. Gateways dramatically simplify deployment of an external threat mitigation model that combats
SIA31-INT     Bridging Microsoft and Non-Microsoft
                                                        SQL injection, script inject, and a host of other XML content attacks. The Security Gateway also shields
                            Platforms
                                                        Microsoft developers from having to configure WS-Security enablement within other non-Microsoft
                                                        platforms effectively lowering time to market. In this session, Intel security expert Blake Dournaee
                                                        outlines the deployment architecture, presents ways to extend .NET security externally, and outlines
                                                        techniques for scaling/accelerating XML Web services via Security Gateways.                                    Blake
                                                                                                                                                                     Dournaee        6/7/2010   1:00PM
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                                                    With over 500,000 downloads a month, Wiresharks is the world’s most popular network analyzer and
                                                    listed as one of the top five security tools by insecure.org (Fyodor, maker of Nmap). In this active
            Wiretapping Kung Fu: Becoming a Network session, Laura Chappell explains and demonstrates the Wireshark skills you should possess in order to
 SIA336
                          Analyst Guru              troubleshoot and secure network communications. From local and remote traffic capture tips to WLAN
                                                    graphing to VoIP playback to malware detection to application analysis to command-line statistical
                                                    reporting – this session lists the top skills that every troubleshooting IT professional should master.
                                                                                                                                                                 Laura Chappell 6/7/2010   1:00PM
                                               Microsoft Communications Server “14” promises to transform the way people will communicate across
                                               the PC, Web and phone, making traditional communications systems obsolete. In this session, Gurdeep
         Microsoft Communications Server “14”:
UNC205                                         Singh Pall, Corporate Vice President, Office Communications Group, talks about Microsoft’s vision for
       Transforming the Way People Communicate
                                               transforming business communications and the key investments we are making in Microsoft
                                                                                                                                                     Gurdeep Singh
                                               Communications Server “14” that will lead this industry transformation.
                                                                                                                                                         Pall      6/7/2010                1:00PM
                                                       Exchange Web Services and the Exchange Web Services API are the key APIs for Exchange
                                                       Development. This session outlines what types of applications are possible on Microsoft Exchange
            What You Need to Know about Exchange       Server 2010, and what enhancements we are planning in Exchange 2010 SP1, illustrated by some key
UNC310                                                                                                                                                              Albert
                        Web Services                   demos. The session also gives guidance on how you can best prepare for discovering and migrating
                                                                                                                                                                   Kooiman;
                                                       legacy applications, and what best practices to adhere to when upgrading these applications to be
                                                                                                                                                                     Jason
                                                       ready for Exchange 2010 and Microsoft Exchange Online.
                                                                                                                                                                  Henderson    6/7/2010    1:00PM

                                                       Join us to explore a proven architectural approach to migrating VMs between geographically separated
                                                       datacenters. While there has been a lot of buzz in the industry around the VMware/Cisco/EMC “VCE
                                                       Coalition", Microsoft and partners deliver compelling and differentiated solutions. This architecture
                                                       leverages Hyper-V and multi-site Windows Server 2008 R2 clustering from Microsoft, “Best-in-Class”
                                                       storage replication technology from Hitachi Data Systems and a real-world data and Fibre Channel
                                                       infrastructure from Brocade. Also featured, Hitachi Storage Cluster (HSC) for Hyper-V allows simplified
                                                       management of your VM operations, without requiring manual intervention on your storage arrays.
             Hyper-V Live Migration over Distance: A
VIR02-INT                                              Not a marketing presentation, this is a highly interactive and technical session, featuring demos and
                  Multi-Datacenter Approach
                                                       walkthroughs, diagrams and explanations of the architecture and more. You'll leave this session
                                                       knowing everything you need to deploy this solution when you get home (and then get promoted, or
                                                       at least justify your next trip to Tech·Ed).

                                                       All session attendees also receive a FREE copy of the joint Microsoft / Hitachi Data Systems / Brocade
                                                       Whitepaper!                                                                                                   James
                                                                                                                                                                   Schwartz;
                                                       Do not miss this session - this is sure to be one of the highlights of the show!                               Ryan
                                                                                                                                                                  Sokolowski   6/7/2010    1:00PM

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                                                         Learn about the Microsoft virtualization strategy from the datacenter, to the desktop, to the cloud --
                                                         and how it will help you cut costs and build value. In this session we review and demonstrate Microsoft
                                                         virtualization products and discuss how you can use them to solve today's IT issues (cost cutting,
                                                         consolidation, business continuity, green IT), develop new computing solutions (VDI) and build a
            Virtualization 360: Microsoft Virtualization foundation for a more dynamic IT environment, including cloud computing. The session reviews all of
 VIR206      Strategy, Products, and Solutions for the the latest Microsoft virtualization products, including Application Virtualization (App-V), Microsoft
                           New Economy                   Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V), Windows Server 2008 with Hyper-V, and Microsoft Hyper-V
                                                         Server, as well as the System Center management platform (including Virtual Machine Manager 2008
                                                         R2). Learn about the innovative pricing and licensing structure that allows further savings to lower
                                                         both acquisition and ongoing ownership costs. Learn how you can enable IT to become a cost cutting
                                                         mechanism with Microsoft virtualization and management technologies.
                                                                                                                                                                        Dai Vu      6/7/2010   1:00PM

                                                        This session focuses on the benefits realized from refreshing client and server infrastructures with the
                                                        latest processor technology from Intel and latest software from Microsoft. We examine the benefits of
                                                        this new platform, rooted in new technologies from both Intel and Microsoft, and how our joint
                                                        technical collaboration is extending these benefits for IT managers. On the client side, we explore the
                                                        new capabilities of the new 2010 Intel Core processors with vPro technology together with Windows 7
             Realizing Value from Client and Server
                                                        and how this combination helps deliver IT efficiency and streamlining of IT Costs. Examples of these
 WCL207     Refresh for Your Enterprise: The Smarter
                                                        benefits realized from a client refresh, are provided based on Intel’s own internal Windows 7
                           Enterprise
                                                        deployment and other customers. On the server side, we look at the enhancements made in the latest
                                                        Intel Xeon processor-based servers together with Windows Server 2008 R2 and Microsoft SQL Server
                                                        2008 R2 delivering new opportunities for IT manager to build a solution foundation for data-intensive
                                                        business applications by helping to deliver new levels of performance, reliability, energy-efficiency, and
                                                        security.                                                                                                      Josh Moss;
                                                                                                                                                                     Tony Hamilton 6/7/2010    1:00PM
                                                        We've all seen those sites where it's obvious the developer didn't consult a designer. There's no user
              Top 10 Design Mistakes Made By Web        experience flow, the colors clash, you don’t quite know what to do on the site. During this session, we
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               Developers and How to Avoid Them         take a look at the top mistakes made by Web developers when they don't have access to Web
                                                        designers; and hopefully learn a few techniques for making sure your sites look great!
                                                                                                                                                                      Pete LePage   6/7/2010   1:00PM
                                                        Come see and hear about the latest innovations in ASP.NET MVC 2 and the tooling support in
                                                        Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 and 2010. We introduce you to a range of productivity (and extensibility)
                                                        enhancements such as template helpers, model validation, and the new “Areas” feature, which
 WEB316     What’s New in Microsoft ASP.NET MVC 2       enhances the team development of large Web sites. With template helpers, you can get your Web site
                                                        up and running for any data entity type without having to create UI. With improved server side
                                                        validation and brand new client side validation support, your business data model can define the
                                                                                                                                                                       Jonathan
                                                        behavior of your application automatically. All this and more!
                                                                                                                                                                         Carter     6/7/2010   1:00PM

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                                                As the title states, this session is about demos only, no slides. If you want to learn about the latest
                                                technologies for Embedded such as Microsoft Silverlight for Windows Embedded, Windows Embedded
                                                Standard 7 (componentized version of Windows 7), the latest Microsoft Auto, and see all of these
            Windows Embedded Overview: Demos of
 WEM308                                         running on actual hardware, if you want to learn how to build your own media center or any kind of
               the Latest and Upcoming Releases
                                                embedded device, this session is for you! Not only will you get demonstrations of the latest releases,
                                                but you will also get to see the future products such as the next release of Windows Embedded in real
                                                demos. Why would you miss this?
                                                                                                                                                                 Olivier Bloch   6/7/2010   1:00PM
                                                      Terry Myerson is the Corporate Vice President of Windows Phone Engineering. He shows how
                                                      Windows Phone will excite business end-users and enable rich applications that run on PC, Web, and
 WPH201      Windows Phone 7: A New Kind of Phone     phone. He covers all aspects of Windows Phone 7, highlights the use of Windows Phone in key work
                                                      scenarios, discusses IT capabilities to support these, and illustrates the rich development platform for
                                                      applications run across PC, Web, and phone.
                                                                                                                                                                 Terry Myerson 6/7/2010     1:00PM
                                                Windows Server 2008 R2 continues to build on the most significant advancement in enterprise
                                                management and automation technologies that assist IT in their efforts to administer and troubleshoot
                                                large server environments. This session not only shows disparate in-the-box Windows Server 2008 R2
                                                management technologies, but demonstrates how they work together to enable new automation,
                                                alerting, monitoring, and troubleshooting scenarios. These technologies include WMI, Windows
                                                Remote Management (WS-Man), Windows Remote Shell, Windows Eventing and Event Forwarding,
          New Remote Management Technologies in PowerShell scripting, and PowerShell remoting.
WSV07-INT
                 Windows Server 2008 R2
                                                This Chalk Talk will focus on demos and whiteboard in order to facilitate a deeper discussion about
                                                these technologies and how they fit together. In addition, several corporate scenarios will be discussed
                                                that use these new features as well as the problems they addressed. These scenarios include tracking
                                                intermittent edge case issues in a large environment, running scripts against a large number of servers,
                                                and remotely troubleshooting systems across un-trusted networks. These technologies will be
                                                presented in an enterprise context so they can be leveraged across a very large number of servers
                                                where automation and programmatic action is critical (including down-level platforms). The demos will            Otto Helweg     6/7/2010   1:00PM
                                                Windows Small Business Server (SBS) is the next generation server solution from Microsoft that is
                                                designed for small businesses. By integrating management, messaging, and security technologies
            Windows Small Business Server 2008
 WSV206                                         together into a single product, SBS allows you to achieve greater efficiencies than ever before. With
                   Migration Overview
                                                SBS, you can more proactively manage your environment, increase user productivity, and provide
                                                sophisticated and seamless remote access capabilities.
                                                                                                                                                                 Adam Denning 6/7/2010      1:00PM




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                                                 Question: When is your bank's Web site NOT your bank's Web site? Answer: After some criminal
                                                 hijacks your bank's DNS domain, fooling you and other bank customers into divulging your usernames
                                                 and passwords to that criminal's Web server. (And don't think that anti-phishing software would help
                                                 here -- it doesn't!) DNS was long considered to be the safe, secure bedrock of the Internet. In the past
                                                 few years, however, an age-old, fundamental set of DNS vulnerabilities have led to attack approaches
                                                 like the online banking theft scenario (which, by the way, is not simply a fantasy -- a proof-of-concept
                                                 attack of its type unfortunately worked quite well). What to do? The answer among most Internet
                                                 infrastructure experts is to implement a series of DNS extensions collectively called "DNSSEC," a
                                                 technology first proposed in 1997. Despite DNSSEC's age, you've probably either never heard of it or
                                                 never had a reason to care much... but that's all changing. Since 2009, DNSSEC implementation has
         DNSSEC and Windows: Get Ready, 'Cause
WSV333                                           kicked into high gear. Many important top-level domains like .gov, .org and much of the root zone are
                    Here It Comes!
                                                 now on board with DNSSEC, with .com and .net compliance soon to follow. The good news, then, is
                                                 that DNSSEC's finally getting some traction and so the bad guys' opportunity to seize control of DNS is
                                                 being steadily eradicated. The bad news is that unless your Windows client and server software
                                                 understand DNSSEC, then you and your users sadly get no protection from DNSSEC at all. In order to
                                                 play in (and benefit from) this secure new world, you need to understand how to configure and
                                                 maintain DNSSEC-smart systems. Join uber-DNS-geek Mark Minasi in a look at what exact problem
                                                 DNSSEC tries to solve, how it does it, and how Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7 implement
                                                 that solution. DNSSEC is one of the foremost "gotta learn it" technologies of the next couple of years
                                                 even if you DON'T plan to sign your zone, so don't miss this talk from the only guy who can explain DNS
                                                 things and still keep you awake!


                                                                                                                                                            Mark Minasi   6/7/2010   1:00PM
                                                 The cloud computing paradigm combines service orientation with utility computing. How does this
                                                 impact application architecture? How do we design solutions that seize on the opportunity of cloud
          When Green Meets Cloud: Application    computing, to increase efficiency and effectiveness of our solutions in this new world? Come and hear
ARC305
             Models for Utility Computing        how solution architects need to change the way they design in this new environment. Also, hear what
                                                 new pressures on solution architects can be expected as the datacenter evolves into a cloud
                                                                                                                                                              Ulrich
                                                 environment.
                                                                                                                                                             Homann       6/7/2010   2:45PM




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 Code                         Title                                                                      Abstract                                                        Speaker        Date      Time


                                                    Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) rely on tools such as Silverlight and Windows Phone 7 to present data
                                                    to users in an interesting and interactive manner. With Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) 4,
                                                    developers can use a unified programming model for accessing services and data in any Microsoft .NET
                                                    Framework-based application – including RIAs. This session explores how you can leverage your WCF
              Powering Rich Internet Applications:
                                                    skills along with rich tooling to build distributed services for the RIA. This talk rationalizes the use case
ASI01-INT   Windows Server AppFabric, Web Services,
                                                    for WCF RIA Services, but focuses mostly on innovations in the core WCF feature set. The talk also
                   and Microsoft Silverlight
                                                    shows how WCF simplifies talking to web2.0 services like Bing, REST based service. Also, learn how to
                                                    build a WCF backend service that enables rich and high performance messaging to RIA Clients like a
                                                    video chat. By the end of this session you will understand some of the powerful architectures available
                                                    to you for building RIAs with WCF.                                                                                   Deepesh
                                                                                                                                                                         Mohnani       6/7/2010   2:45PM

                                                        Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is a flexible and powerful platform for building service-
                                                        oriented applications, and with that flexibility comes some complexity. As of .NET Framework 4 –
                                                        configuring, securing, hosting and managing WCF services has never been easier! WCF 4 and Windows
                                                        Server AppFabric come together to help developers and IT administrators overcome the complexity.
              WCF Made Easy with Microsoft .NET
                                                        Come find out how much easier it is to configure WCF services in .NET 4 including alignment with the
 ASI310        Framework 4 and Windows Server
                                                        Microsoft ASP.NET configuration model and a reduced configuration footprint. Also learn Windows
                         AppFabric
                                                        Server AppFabric features for the IT administrator, finally making it easier for IT administrators to easily
                                                        access settings they care about such as security and throttling features; providing control over the
                                                        hosting lifecycle of WCF services; and giving new visibility into faults, exceptions, and tracing and             Michele
                                                        diagnostics features to help you manage your service deployments in production un-intrusively.                    Leroux
                                                                                                                                                                        Bustamante     6/7/2010   2:45PM
                                                        Implementation of a new BI setup in TDC based on Microsoft's BI suite: The first benefits. Hear how
                                                        TDC in spite of many older legacy systems are able to create drill-down down to individual customers
                                                        and products, analyzing the movements from the customers and between products and describe the
               Improve Business Transparency by         business consequences at top level. In the light of BI solution, it has been possible to implement
 BIC206
              Leveraging Microsoft BI Strategically     governance on a number of areas. The governance has helped ensure a better decision process. The
                                                                                                                                                                         Jacob Kjaer
                                                        Solution makes knowledge cross-organizational and personal at the same time. The result is BI for all
                                                                                                                                                                       (Finans); Mads
                                                        types of users built on Microsoft SQL Server 2008, Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and
                                                                                                                                                                           Stensig
                                                        Microsoft Office Excel 2007/XLCubed.
                                                                                                                                                                          Bukballe    6/7/2010    2:45PM
                                                     In this session, learn how to cleanse your data and apply business rules to your data in SQL Server
            Data Cleansing with Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS). Learn how to solve complex data problems quickly in SSIS using simple
BIE06-INT
                      Integration Services           techniques in the data flow. We start by showing you an easy package to bring you up to speed with
                                                     SSIS; then show how to use transforms to satisfy common scenarios in the industry.
                                                                                                                                                                        Brian Knight   6/7/2010   2:45PM
            Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Fast Track Data
                                                      This session gives an overview on Fast Track Data Warehousing and provides methodologies and best
BIE12-INT      Warehouse Configuration and Best
                                                      practices for building and configuring Fast Track systems.
                            Practices                                                                                                                                   Jim Hautala    6/7/2010   2:45PM
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                                                      This session introduces Master Data Services (MDS) and describes typical solutions. Product
             Introducing Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 demonstrations illustrate how Master Data Services can help synchronize operational systems and
 BIE203
                       Master Data Services           build better dimensions in analytic systems. The session includes an overview of MDS features
                                                                                                                                                                      John
                                                      including product demonstrations and shows how to get started implementing MDS.
                                                                                                                                                                    McAllister   6/7/2010   2:45PM
             Advanced Report Authoring Techniques Are you already familiar with designing reports for SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services? Are you
 BIO302     with Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Reporting looking for how to add that wow factor to your reports or your customer demos? This session covers
                            Services                 advanced report authoring techniques, focusing on new features of SSRS 2008 and 2008 R2.
                                                                                                                                                                  Roger Sanborn 6/7/2010    2:45PM
                 Delivering Self-Service BI in Your      Excel and PowerPivot gives users the power to create compelling self-service BI solutions, and
 BIU203      Organization Using Microsoft Excel, Excel   facilitates sharing and collaboration on user-generated BI solutions. Come and learn how you can
                                                                                                                                                                  Albert Chew;
               Services, and Microsoft PowerPivot        deliver these scenarios to everyone in your organization.
                                                                                                                                                                    Daniel Yu    6/7/2010   2:45PM
                                                  Agile software development has gone mainstream, but what is really happening with agile teams in the
                                                  wild? This session invites you to share your story and hear from those who are practicing agility. Is your
         What's Really Happening with Agile Teams
BOF02-DV                                          team struggling? Are you finding great success? Find advice or offer it at this session. Whether you are
                        in the Wild?
                                                  experiencing "ScrumBut", screaming fast Kanban, or a waterfall existence with agile aspiriations, this
                                                                                                                                                                  David Starr;
                                                  BOF offers tools to take home and drive positive organizational change.
                                                                                                                                                                  Mike Vincent   6/7/2010   2:45PM
                 Best Practices for Windows Client       Speak about the special tricks/processes that save your job when it comes to the building, deployment,
BOF28-IT
                           Management                    and management of Windows clients (Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP).
                                                                                                                                                                   Chad Miller   6/7/2010   2:45PM
                                                        Monday is Windows Client Day in Microsoft Certification! This Certification Preparation session focuses
                                                        on what you need to know to get certified and pass the Windows 7 Deployment Technologies for OEM
                                                        Technology Specialist Microsoft Certified Professional exam. The session is led by an expert Microsoft
                                                        Certified Trainer (MCT) who regularly presents on this topic. The presenter walks you through the
            Certification Prep Session on Windows 7 for
 CER202                                                 objectives that are covered in the exam, gives you some general exam taking tips and technology
                         OEMs: Exam 70-683
                                                        “gotchas” about Windows 7. This session is your last step in getting ready for this exam. Don’t miss it
                                                        and the other Windows 7 Certification Preparation Session at Tech·Ed North America. Once you ready
                                                        to take the exam, walk over to the Prometric testing center across the hall and get your 50% exam
                                                        discount!
                                                                                                                                                                  Kyle Rosenthal 6/7/2010   2:45PM
                                                         This session provides information for planning and deploying connector software used to interface
             Planning and Deploying Microsoft Online     with the Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS). The session discusses supported OS platforms for
COS11-INT
                   Services Connector Software           the connector and highlights deployment scenarios for large corporations as well as smaller                 Gary
                                                         businesses.                                                                                               Henderson     6/7/2010   2:45PM
                                                         Come hear how the Windows Azure Platform provides a scalable compute and storage environment
                                                         with Windows Azure, secure connectivity with Service Bus and Access Control Service, and a relational
 COS303      Lap around the Windows Azure Platform
                                                         database with SQL Azure. Learn about these new services and see several demos that show how to
                                                         build applications that run in and take advantage of Microsoft’s new cloud platform.
                                                                                                                                                                   Steve Marx    6/7/2010   2:45PM
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  Code                         Title                                                                    Abstract                                                     Speaker         Date      Time

                                                       Users have become accustomed to the simple interfaces of search engines such as Microsoft BING and
                                                       Google. They want to be able to enter key words and have their applications sift though vast quantities
              Searching Unstructured Text Data:        of text to get results quickly. Did you know that you can give your users that search ability? SQL Server
DAT07-INT Microsoft SQL Server Full Text Searching for Full Text Searching is the key. And it's as easy as 1-2-3! Come and learn how to setup and use full text
                     DBAs and Developers               searching with SQL Server. Chock full of demonstrations, this session starts with setting up full text
                                                       searching on the database, and ends with issuing a full text query from within a Windows Presentation
                                                       Foundation .NET application.
                                                                                                                                                                    Robert Cain     6/7/2010   2:45PM

                                                     This session provides a comprehensive overview of the newly released version of SQL Server --
                                                     Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2. Get a comprehensive understanding of the new technologies and
                                                     improvements included in this release to that will help your organization scale with confidence on a
            An Overview of Microsoft SQL Server 2008
 DAT201                                              trusted platform, improve IT and developer efficiency, and enable managed self-service BI. This session
                 R2 (repeats on 6/9 at 1:30pm)
                                                     includes exciting demonstrations of the key scenarios enabled by this innovative release and how
                                                     customers and partners have already started taking advantage of the improvements. Additionally, we      Fausto Ibarra;
                                                     provide a sneak peek into the technology and scenarios planned for the next release of SQL Server.        Sabrena
                                                                                                                                                               McBride              6/7/2010   2:45PM
                                                         The Visual Studio 2010 IDE has been completely rewritten for Visual Studio 2010, and it contains a ton
                New IDE and Language Features in
                                                         of new features, some of which aren't easily discoverable. In addition, both the C# and Visual Basic
 DEV204      Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Using Visual
                                                         languages add a host of new features in their latest versions. This session both introduces new IDE
                           Basic and C#
                                                         features, and explores new language features.
                                                                                                                                                                     Ken Getz       6/7/2010   2:45PM
                                                      When was the last time you saw a computer with only a single CPU and single core? Even smaller
                Manycore and the Microsoft .NET       devices have more than one core and it’s fairly common to find machines with four cores, eight cores,
 DEV314      Framework 4 with Microsoft Visual Studio and even more. This presentation dives into key areas of support, including the new
                              2010                    System.Threading.Tasks namespace, PLINQ, and some of the new coordination data structures that
                                                      ease the burden of writing parallel code.                                                                    Huseyin Yildiz   6/7/2010   2:45PM
                                                         With the release of Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate, we now have a great new ability to visualize
             Build Your Own Cool Visualizations Using    architectural dependencies using Architectural Graphs. But why stop there? In this session, learn how
 DEV402
                             DGML                        to utilize the Directed Graph Markup Language (DGML) to extend these architectural graphs with data
                                                         specific to your domain or organization.
                                                                                                                                                                   Suhail Dutta     6/7/2010   2:45PM




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  Code                         Title                                                                      Abstract                                                      Speaker       Date      Time

                                                     Testers perceive developers as cowboys interested in building cool features using the latest
                                                     technologies and solving the hardest problems which, incidentally, might solve a customer problem.
                                                     Developers think that testers prevent cool features from release by wasting time running and re-
                                                     running arbitrary sets of tests and filing often useless bugs. Too often developers and testers work
          Developers Are from Mars, Testers Are from
DPR05-INT                                            against each other which reduces application quality and ultimately results in a poor product. During
                            Venus
                                                     development of Microsoft Visual Studio 2010, we took a very different approach, eliminating the walls
                                                                                                                                                                       Anutthara
                                                     between test and development and building a real partnership on behalf of our customers. In this
                                                                                                                                                                       Bharadwaj;
                                                     session, we discuss the successes and failures of our approach, its impact on our products, and how we
                                                                                                                                                                        Gautam
                                                     will try to improve the approach in the future.
                                                                                                                                                                        Goenka       6/7/2010   2:45PM
                                                          In this session we review the top 10 ways you can cause unit testing to fail to work for your project.
 DPR204           Top 10 Mistakes in Unit Testing         From readability problems and lack of trust to mock object abuse and semi-integration testing -- these
                                                          gotchas can save you lots of time, sweat, and tears on your current and next projects.
                                                                                                                                                                      Benjamin Day   6/7/2010   2:45PM
                                                       Windows PC and server operating systems are designed to work cooperatively with the hardware to
                                                       save power. Unfortunately, it only takes one application to undermine all of those efforts – and that
             The Efficiency Imperative: The Importance
 DPR308                                                application could be yours. Discover some of the simple things you can do in your application to ensure
            of Making Your Applications “Energy Smart”
                                                       that it isn’t needlessly wasting power and money, and learn about tools you can use to understand
                                                                                                                                                                      Kim Shearer;
                                                       how energy efficient your application really is.
                                                                                                                                                                       Mark Aggar    6/7/2010   2:45PM
                                                          Still not clear about the many different perspectives on the cloud? Wondering what it means to the
                                                          world of IT operations and systems management? Join us to get the Microsoft System Center team’s
             Ask the Experts about Managing Systems
MGT10-INT                                                 perspective on what cloud services mean for the datacenter. Bring your questions about what you can
                 from the Datacenter to the Cloud
                                                          do today with these services, and learn how your approach to cloud services can help you change your
                                                          company's IT operations for the better.
                                                                                                                                                                       Paul Ross     6/7/2010   2:45PM
                                                          Join the System Center team to learn how Microsoft System Center products are helping customers to
              Microsoft System Center Roadmap and         lower costs and increase their business capabilities. This session focuses on the latest product updates,
 MGT203
                             Strategy                     goals, and roadmap for the products before drilling into key upcoming releases such as Configuration
                                                          Manager v.Next, Essentials 2010, Data Protection Manager 2010, and Service Manager 2010.
                                                                                                                                                                       Garth Fort    6/7/2010   2:45PM
                                                          Let's talk about what's new in Office 2010, specifically about implications for IT pros. Topics include
                                                          security improvements, hardware and performance enhancements, Web Apps principles and
 OSP208      Microsoft Office 2010 for IT Professionals   deployment, App-V and Office, improvements to application compatibility testing, tips/tools to get
                                                                                                                                                                         Andy
                                                          your end users prepared, and much more. This session serves as a great intro/overview before diving
                                                                                                                                                                       O'Donald;
                                                          into each topic in more depth in separate Tech·Ed sessions
                                                                                                                                                                       Quin Nikel    6/7/2010   2:45PM




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  Code                        Title                                                                  Abstract                                                    Speaker          Date      Time

                                                     Identity and access is at the center of the secure and well managed infrastructure, and a robust
                                                     identity and access infrastructure and management solution is critical to enabling the people in your
              Business Ready Security: Exploring the organization to be successful. This session looks at the Identity and Access Management (IAM) solution
  SIA321
            Identity and Access Management Solution from Microsoft. The solution consists of our Active Directory technologies including Federation
                                                     Services, Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager, and access features in Microsoft Forefront Unified            Brjann
                                                     Access Gateway.                                                                                              Brekkan        6/7/2010   2:45PM
                                                       How bad is it? What are the things that you need to be worried about in your job? Where is this whole
                                                       thing headed? Join Kai Axford and the FBI Cyber Squad as we look deep into recent trends evolving in
  SIA339           Trends in Cybercrime 2010           the dark underground of the Internet and help you seperate the myth from the real world. What are
                                                       the bad guys doing and how are they doing it? Are we at risk? You can bet that this session will be
                                                                                                                                                               Allyn Lynd; Kai
                                                       packed, as we'll leave plenty of time for audience questions and discussion!
                                                                                                                                                                   Axford        6/7/2010   2:45PM

                                                    This interactive session covers the details around troubleshooting Voice in Office Communications
                                                    Server 2007 R2. Come prepared to discuss real-world issues, as we breakdown how to troubleshoot
                                                    everyday issues and complex issues that occur in environments where enterprise voice is deployed
          Troubleshooting Voice in Microsoft Office with OCS 2007 R2. In addition we take a look at OCS 2007 R2 voice related resource tools that are
UNC11-INT
              Communications Server 2007 R2         available and provide scenarios and examples of when, where, and how to use them. We take a deep
                                                    dive into logs, validation tools, and diagnostic reports and take out the voice centric pieces for
                                                    troubleshooting. The following are just a few areas that we can cover in the session: ICE, STUN, and
                                                    Turn; Validation of ports needed for Voice and Video Conferencing with OCS 2007 R2.
                                                                                                                                                               Byron Spurlock 6/7/2010      2:45PM

                                                       General Manager of Exchange Server, Harvinder Bhela, talks about (and demos) key investments in
                                                       Exchange Server 2010 and SP1 and how Exchange provides unprecedented IT cost savings; the richest
                                                       user experience across the PC, phone, and browser; and better management of risk through built-in
             Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP1: An
 UNC201                                                protection and compliance features. This session covers key topics including archiving and tiered
                  Overview of What’s Coming
                                                       storage; low cost disk use and the expansion of mailbox size while reducing costs; Unified Messaging
                                                       and Voicemail Preview, and much more. Learn more about how Exchange Server 2010 SP1 delivers
                                                       powerful productivity tools to your users in a way that best fits your business and technology needs.     Harvinder
                                                                                                                                                                   Bhela         6/7/2010   2:45PM
                                                    Microsoft Communications Server “14”, Microsoft Communicator “14”, and Microsoft Exchange Server
                                                    2010 provide the communication platform for developers to rapidly build solutions that integrate and
           Building Communications Enabled Business
                                                    extend communications into their business processes based on familiar tools and skills. In this session,
 UNC207    Processes with Microsoft Communications
                                                    learn about communication scenarios enabled by these products, the new Wave "14" APIs used to
                          Server “14”
                                                    build those scenarios, and detailed code examples to help you implement communications in your own
                                                    applications and business processes.
                                                                                                                                                                Chris Mayo       6/7/2010   2:45PM



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  Code                        Title                                                                   Abstract                                                       Speaker         Date      Time

                                                      Companies today face many challenges and have certain priorities they must address. With Microsoft
                                                      Virtualization you can address these challenges and concerns with the essential capabilities Microsoft
                                                      delivers through the products they already own. When you couple Microsoft Virtualization solutions
                                                      with Integrated Management to bring it all together you now have the visibility into your environment,
                                                      while increasing your capability to respond to the ever-changing business requirements. Learn how
                                                      Microsoft Desktop Virtualization can help companies with their Access, Data Security, and Compliance
 VIR317     Desktop Virtualization: You Have a Choice concerns while also providing Anywhere Access for their Users. Learn about the Breadth of the
                                                      Solutions Microsoft Provides on the Desktop from User State Virtualization, to Application
                                                      Virtualization and OS Virtualization. See how RemoteFX enhances your VDI and Session Virtualization
                                                      experience. See how App-V 4.6 helps all of your users address application to application compatibility
                                                      issues. See how User State Virtualization helps with protecting against the loss or theft of your users’    Michael
                                                      PCs. This vision of Virtualization shows that Microsoft has the capabilities you need today with a path  Greene; Robin
                                                      to the future.                                                                                              Brandl            6/7/2010   2:45PM
                                                Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2010 come with a wealth of deployment tools. In this session, come
                                                see what's new, what's improved, and what's just plain cool in deployment tools. We overview the
                                                                                                                                                            Jeremy
           Windows 7 Deployments: What's in the tools (and programs) you need for Planning, Image Engineering, Application Remediation, Deployment
WCL03-INT                                                                                                                                                 Chapman;
          Toolbox? (Weapons of Mass Deployment) Engineering, and actual deployment, including: MAP, ACT, OMPM, ORK, WAIK, USMT, LTI, ZTI, SCCM -
                                                                                                                                                         Mike Niehaus;
                                                the whole alphabet is represented. Additionally, we cover your questions on real-world applicability for
                                                                                                                                                             Steve
                                                these tools as well as deployment challenges and strategies.
                                                                                                                                                           Campbell                 6/7/2010   2:45PM
                                                       There are many common questions and misunderstandings circulating around application compatibility
                                                       which can leave the customer in a state of fear or worse, paralysis. If you are not already conversant in
                                                       application compatibility, then join Chris and Aaron (the "nerdy odd couple") for an overview of the
               What Everyone Should Know about
 WCL204                                                questions you can expect to hear, and the straight talk answer you can provide in return. We won't
                   Application Compatibility
                                                       arm you to become an application compatibility expert (though, if you like what you see, we could use
                                                       the help), but we'll make those questions easier for you to answer so you can go about the business of
                                                                                                                                                                      Aaron
                                                       keeping your customers happy and informed.
                                                                                                                                                                     Margosis       6/7/2010   2:45PM
                                                      Getting the fundamentals right was a key goal of Windows 7. The team worked hard to decrease
                                                      memory usage, disk I/Os, and power usage while increasing speed, responsiveness, and scale. As a
           Fundamentals in Windows Applications for
                                                      result of this work there are a number of new technologies in Windows 7 to help developers get the
 WCL306    Developers: Graphics, Power, Services, and
                                                      fundamentals right for their applications as well. Come learn how you can modernize your software by
                           Profiling
                                                      using these new technologies like Direct2D, DirectWrite, timer coalescing, and Trigger-Start services.
                                                      Come learn how you can modernize your software for Windows 7 and beyond.
                                                                                                                                                                   Yochay Kiriaty   6/7/2010   2:45PM




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  Code                        Title                                                                      Abstract                                                         Speaker        Date      Time


                                                       You’ve seen the beautiful user interfaces and you have seen the gratuitous animations. And it’s in the
                                                       browser. And it is not just any browser; it is cross platform. You might not be doing it now, but you will
                                                       do it eventually. You will be building rich Internet applications (RIA) in Silverlight. It is just a matter of
                                                       time. Silverlight adoption is soaring and with a compelling version 4 coming it appears to be the
                                                       dominate player in the .NET stack for years to come. This session was designed as an introduction to
               Jump into Microsoft Silverlight… and    Silverlight to get you over that big learning curve that has frustrated many and well on your way to
 WEB203
                 Become Immediately Effective          building great applications in Silverlight. For instance, learn how to use the Microsoft Expression Blend
                                                       to augment Visual Studio. In this session, learn a number of tools you will be using like tools from the
                                                       Expression Suite and some XAML design, syntax and rendering tools. When you walk away from this
                                                       session not only will you be on your way to building your own Silverlight applications, but you will be
                                                       able to download the source to the Silverlight reference application that is used heavily in the demos
                                                       of the session.
                                                                                                                                                                        Tim Huckaby     6/7/2010   2:45PM
                                                    Performance tuning of Web sites is not a secret art form. All you need is a few tools and a checklist.
                                                    This session has four parts:
          My Web Site Is So Slow...and I Don’t Know 1. Get familiar with performance optimization concepts
 WEB308
                   What to Do about It!             2. Introduce performance tools and resources
                                                    3. Take a sloooow Web site and make it fast
                                                    4. Give a checklist of best practices with which you can make the Web a faster place                                Thomas Deml     6/7/2010   2:45PM
                                                    This interactive session helps you navigate the Windows Phone from a user perspective. If you have
                                                    not seen Windows Phone 7 in action and want to get a close look, come to this session. Erik Helgerson                  Augusto
WPH03-INT     Windows Phone 7 Demo Only!
                                                    is our ‘Chief Windows Phone Demo Officer’ and he walks you through the Windows Phone user                            Valdez; Erik
                                                    experience.                                                                                                           Helgerson     6/7/2010   2:45PM

                                                    A growing number of employees are using their smartphones for business purposes. This makes
                                                    planning secure access to email, documents, and applications a mission critical job for IT. Learn how
                                                    Forefront Unified Access Gateway makes accessing email and documents from Windows Phones
           Windows Phone 7: Deploy Microsoft
                                                    secure. This session presents the top things you can do to improve the security of your Windows
           Forefront Unified Access Gateway for
 WPH301                                             Phone deployment, including deploying ActiveSync with Microsoft Exchange Server, providing secure
        Access Control to SharePoint, Exchange, and
                                                    remote access to Microsoft SharePoint, planning and publishing line-of-business applications, to take
                           More
                                                    advantage of this evolution. Take full advantage of your IT investment in Exchange Server and
                                                    SharePoint. This session covers architecture, deployment best practices, application publishing and                 Ben Bernstein
                                                    traffic filtering for better protection of information.                                                                  ; Uri
                                                                                                                                                                         Lichtenfeld    6/7/2010   2:45PM




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 Code                         Title                                                                     Abstract                                                         Speaker      Date      Time

                                                Whether you are running financial risk modeling, solving difficult engineering problems through
                                                simulation, or making scientific discovery through advanced computing, Windows HPC Server 2008 R2
                                                Beta 1 provides a productive, cost-effective to integrate, and high-performance computing (HPC)
       An Overview of the Windows HPC Server R2 solution that runs on x64-bit hardware. This session covers new features in Windows HPC Server R2
WSV302
                         Beta 1                 Beta 1 including cluster administration, job scheduling, and application development using the
                                                Windows Communication Foundation based Cluster SOA framework. Discover advancements in
                                                Diagnostics and Reporting, Job Scheduling and Resource Management, and more. This new version
                                                truly takes HPC to the next level.
                                                                                                                                                                       Wenming Ye    6/7/2010   2:45PM

                                                   Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 provide the automation platform and a set of solutions that
                                                   empower your customers to manage the breadth of their IT environment. This demo-heavy session
                                                   shows you how you can use Windows PowerShell 2.0, WMI and WinRM 2.0 to fully automate your
                Windows Server 2008 R2: Tips on    Windows world all the way from hardware and Server Core to System Center products. It also helps
WSV334      Automating and Managing the Breadth of you optimize your Server Management capabilities and shows you how you can scale your
                     Your IT Environment           management experience as you move from Windows Server 2008 R2 Management tools to Microsoft
                                                   System Center. Solution demos include Server Manager, Remote Server Administration Tool
                                                   enhancements and Best Practices Analyzers (BPA) a new addition to Windows Server 2008 R2 that
                                                   helps you diagnose server configuration problems and maintain optimal server configurations.                        Jeffrey Snover;
                                                                                                                                                                       Mir Rosenberg 6/7/2010   2:45PM
                                                       We think of Dell as a global technology solution provider – but what is it like inside of Dell’s internal IT
                                                       shop? With over 90,000 employees and a fast-moving global business focused on technology solutions,
                                                       Dell internal IT has its hands full. The good news is that Dell is a solution business – and Dell IT strategy
                                                       is all about handling the complexities of large-scale business needs, optimizing for agility and
ARC204        Inside Dell’s IT Architecture Strategy
                                                       simplicity, and focusing on Dell customers. In this session we talk about the successes and lessons
                                                       learned in Dell’s Architecture organization, and how Architecture drives the IT strategy, promotes
                                                       business innovation, and helps Dell deliver technology solutions that enable people everywhere to
                                                                                                                                                                         Angela
                                                       grow and thrive.
                                                                                                                                                                         Yochem      6/7/2010   4:30PM

                                                    Master Data Services (MDS) serves as an authoritative source or hub for multiple line-of-business (LOB)
                                                    systems including Microsoft Dynamics ERP and Microsoft Dynamics CRM Solutions. The MDS Windows
          Building Operational MDM Solution with
                                                    Communication Foundation API requires integration software to work with most LOB applications and
ASI06-INT Microsoft SQL Server Master Data Services
                                                    BizTalk Server is the ideal selection for this task. This session shows how to integrate (pick one:
                and Microsoft BizTalk Server
                                                    Dynamics CRM, Dynamics AX, Dynamics GP) with MDS. It includes an in-depth example of the steps
                                                    required to do this integration with code examples and product demonstrations.                          Syed Rasheed;
                                                                                                                                                              Val Lovicz             6/7/2010   4:30PM




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 Code                         Title                                                                    Abstract                                                     Speaker        Date      Time

                                                        The Microsoft application server has many parts: Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and
                                                        Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) (along with other parts of the Microsoft .NET Framework), the
            Understanding the Microsoft Application
 ASI203                                                 forthcoming AppFabric, and others. This session takes a big-picture look at these technologies,
             Server: AppFabric, WF, WCF, and More
                                                        illustrating what they do and how they fit together. The goal is to make clear when and why using
                                                        Microsoft’s application server technologies can help you create better applications.
                                                                                                                                                                  David Chappell 6/7/2010    4:30PM

                                                        This session provides a preview to PowerPivot best practices developed via SQLCAT’s interactions with
                                                        customers as well as Rob Collie’s six months of hands-on experience using the product to solve real-
                                                        world problems. This session is highly technical: Dave Wickert will provide a detailed explanation of
                                                        PowerPivot components and architecture, and give an in-depth look at server-side configuration
             SQLCAT: PowerPivot Best Practices and
BIC06-INT                                               options and best practices. Rob will provide a similar view of client-side practices, both from the
                   Enterprise Case Studies
                                                        SQLCAT perspective as well as from PivotStream LLC’s production usage of PowerPivot. Additionally,
                                                        Rob will describe some of the considerations and lessons learned from deploying one of the world’s
                                                        first PowerPivot “software as a service” platforms. Throughout this session, the themes of High
                                                        Availability, Scalability, and Robustness will be emphasized.
                                                                                                                                                                    Rob Collie    6/7/2010   4:30PM
                                                        In this session, learn how Schumacher Group, the third largest emergency medical management
                                                        services company in the U.S., leveraged their enterprise business intelligence program to drive
            Healthcare Innovator Schumacher Group       fundamental change in their revenue streams. Schumacher was able to combine process change,
 BIC301      Utilizes Microsoft BI to Gain $30MM in     advanced BI applications, and organizational change management principles to improve their revenue
                                                                                                                                                                      Gwen
                            Revenue                     generation processes by $30 million annually while lowering their risk profile. The Schumacher story is
                                                                                                                                                                    Guillotte;
                                                        a great example of the transformational power of business intelligence when it is combined with
                                                                                                                                                                  Jonathan Cary;
                                                        strategic focus and appropriate sponsorship.
                                                                                                                                                                   Patrick Bolin 6/7/2010    4:30PM
                                                        In this session, learn about solutions and best practices from the SQLCAT team for consolidating
                                                        Analysis Services solutions. Learn about consolidating relational sources with Analysis Services, about
              Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services    utilizing processing and query servers, and about a custom load balancing solution. Learn how to
BIE01-INT       Consolidation Best Practices and        configure your consolidated environment for achieving high-availability and performance, and
                         Considerations                 monitoring and balancing resource utilization. We present performance and availability numbers based
                                                        on the Microsoft Sales consolidated environment, and we demo the Analysis Services Load Balancing
                                                                                                                                                                  Carl Rabeler;
                                                        solution.
                                                                                                                                                                  Josh Caplan     6/7/2010   4:30PM
                                                      There are numerous new features in Reporting Services as part of the upcoming SQL Server 2008 R2
                                                      release. In this session, all new features are introduced with specific focus on several of the most
            Introducing the New Features in Microsoft
 BIE308                                               notable. These include the new data visualizations, comprised of data bars, sparklines, indicators, and
              SQL Server 2008 R2 Reporting Services
                                                      maps. Next, an exploration of shared components that promote “grab and go” report design. Finally,
                                                      an introduction to the ATOM data feeds.
                                                                                                                                                                   Peter Myers    6/7/2010   4:30PM


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  Code                         Title                                                                     Abstract                                                     Speaker        Date      Time

                                                         We all have the same question when it comes to the Microsoft BI tools: "Which tool do I use to solve
             Using the Microsoft Business Intelligence   my problem?" In this session we discuss possible ways to identify the right selection criteria to create
BIO09-INT
                              Stack                      the right solution. This session gives you a better understanding of why the different Microsoft BI tools
                                                                                                                                                                     Joe Wallace;
                                                         allow you to solve the right BI needs, and where the gaps and opportunities lie.
                                                                                                                                                                     Pej Javaheri   6/7/2010   4:30PM

                                                         Microsoft has a broad range of tools that can be used to create a BI application: PerformancePoint,
                                                         Reporting Services, and Excel on the presentation side and SQL Server, Analysis Services, PowerPivot,
                                                         and Excel models on the data side. Which ones should you use, and when? Should an application mix
                                                         and match or should an application focus on a limited set of tools? While the technologies in each class
 BIP301          So Many BI Tools, So Little Time
                                                         have similarities (PerformancePoint, Reporting Services, and Excel all have bar charts), they are
                                                         fundamentally different and should be used in different circumstances. Compare the tools and learn
                                                         nuances of each of them by seeing them in the context of real-world examples. See how choosing
                                                         different tool strategies can impact your application.
                                                                                                                                                                      Dan Bulos     6/7/2010   4:30PM
                                                 Over the past two years, the open source jQuery JavaScript library for front-end development has
         The jQuery Phenomenon: What Has It Done grown tremendously and now is used 1 in 3 web sites. jQuery is now included in Microsoft Visual
BOF04-DV                                                                                                                                                             Chris Pels;
             for You and Where Will It Take Us?  Studio 2010. Many developers swear this is the best thing since sliced bread. Come discuss what it has
                                                                                                                                                                        Craig
                                                 done for you or learn what it is and how it might be a useful tool in your arsenal.
                                                                                                                                                                     Shoemaker      6/7/2010   4:30PM
                                                     Managing technical people is a real challenge. And at the end of the day, a manager is only as
                                                     successful as the team he/she surrounds themselves with. In this session we discuss challenges and
BOF29-IT    Managing and Recruiting Technical Talent
                                                     best practices in identifying new talent, measuring real technical knowledge, and building a team that
                                                     rocks.                                                                                                          Bob Willer     6/7/2010   4:30PM
                                                       Monday is Windows Client Day in Microsoft Certification! This Certification Preparation session focuses
                                                       on what you need to know to get certified and pass the Windows 7 IT Professional Series MCP exams.
                                                       The session is led by an expert Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) who regularly presents on this topic.
            Certification Prep Session on Windows 7 IT
                                                       The presenter walks you through the objectives that are covered in the exam, gives you some general
 CER203     Pro Administrator Series: Exams 70-685 and
                                                       exam taking tips and technology “gotchas” about Windows 7. This session is your last step in getting
                               70-686
                                                       ready for this exam. Don’t miss it and the other Windows 7 Certification Preparation Session at Tech·Ed
                                                       North America. Once you ready to take the exam, walk over to the Prometric testing center across the
                                                       hall and get your 50% exam discount!
                                                                                                                                                                     Craig Brown    6/7/2010   4:30PM
                                                    Microsoft understands that cloud computing needs to provide the same level of manageability and
                                                    serviceability as existing premises applications. This session provides IT pros and businesses guidance
          Deploying, Managing, and Monitoring Cloud
COS03-INT                                           on best practices around management and deployment of Windows Azure applications to meet service
               Applications on Windows Azure
                                                    level agreements and application upgrade requirements. Microsoft provided tooling is used in some
                                                    cases to illustrate.
                                                                                                                                                                     Ryan Dunn      6/7/2010   4:30PM


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  Code                        Title                                                                     Abstract                                                      Speaker         Date      Time


                                                      Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 includes an exciting new platform called StreamInsight for building rich
                                                      data processing over real-time event streams. This technology is ideal for applications that need to
                                                      process high volumes of event stream data with no latency. Come to see how StreamInsight and its
                                                      high-data rate/low-latency capabilities help you derive new business value in key scenarios and use
                 Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2
                                                      cases across verticals such as manufacturing, oil&gas, utilities, Web analytics, health care, IT
 DAT204    StreamInsight: Come See the Value of Real-
                                                      monitoring to financial services. This session discusses how to include StreamInsight into your
                    Time Data Management
                                                      Microsoft product stack and how to orchestrate rich end-to-end solutions for your organizations using
                                                      StreamInsight, Microsoft BizTalk Server, Microsoft SQL Server, and offerings from our partners across
                                                      domains with real-time data management needs. We also touch on deployment and licensing for
                                                      StreamInsight as part of this session.
                                                                                                                                                                    Torsten Grabs    6/7/2010   4:30PM
                                                         This session provides a deep dive by providing walk-throughs and demos of how to run and maintain
                                                         SQL Server in a Hyper-V virtual machine environment. We provide an overview of terminology and
               Microsoft SQL Server Consolidation:
                                                         concepts as well as key requirements and recommendations for setting up the proper environment.
 DAT307      Building a Private SQL Server Cloud with
                                                         We discuss and demonstrate how to set up, maintain, monitor, and manage SQL Server instances
                           Virtualization
                                                         hosted in virtual machine, and both highlight and show the benefits that can be leveraged from this
                                                         process.
                                                                                                                                                                    Rob Reinauer     6/7/2010   4:30PM
                                                     Learn how to become a Visual Studio coding guru! In this fast-paced session, learn to write code faster
                                                     than a speeding bullet, leap around large projects in a single bound, and become more powerful than a
          Microsoft Visual Basic and C# IDE Tips and
DEV09-INT                                            locomotive with the debugger. We take a wild ride through C# and Visual Basic IDE features in
                            Tricks
                                                     Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 and indispensible out-of-the-box solutions that will help you get your job
                                                                                                                                                                       Dustin
                                                     done better and faster.
                                                                                                                                                                      Campbell       6/7/2010   4:30PM


                                                         Take your career further through earning Microsoft Certification Master or Architect credentials. Learn      Andrew
               Microsoft Professional, Master and
                                                         from people who have actually achieved these credentials the truth behind how, why, and when to             Ehrensing;
            Architect Level Certifications: Notes from
 DEV211                                                  pursue advanced certification. A panel of three speakers take you through the steps and give you the       David Elfassy;
            Those Who Have Conquered and Lived to
                                                         inside story on their experiences in these programs. Don’t miss this session if you want to elevate your   Dustin Smith;
                           Tell the Tale
                                                         knowledge to the next level and get certified to demonstrate that knowledge.                               Gordon Ryan;
                                                                                                                                                                       Zoran
                                                                                                                                                                      Markovic       6/7/2010   4:30PM
                                                         The Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) is a new library in the Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 that
             How and When to Use MEF: Too Much Is        addresses the problems of monolithic software by simplifying the design of extensible applications and
 DEV304
                       Never Enough                      components. In this session, learn the basics of MEF and see MEF used in a variety of applications built
                                                         on the .NET Framework, from Microsoft Silverlight to the Server.
                                                                                                                                                                    Jon Flanders     6/7/2010   4:30PM


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Code                        Title                                                                       Abstract                                                       Speaker        Date      Time


                                                      Are you still using Microsoft Visual SourceSafe? Is your source code in Subversion? Have you hobbled
                                                      together a set of open source tools that just “get the job done”? Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Team
                                                      Foundation Server is the best next-step from Visual SourceSafe and other version control systems. In
                                                      this session we dispel the myths for why you aren’t already using Team Foundation Server, show you
DEV321     Team Foundation Server for Everyone
                                                      how get started – including migrating your existing code from Visual SourceSafe – and introduce you to
                                                      some of the additional capabilities of Team Foundation Server that will enable you to set up
                                                      continuous integration builds, with quality gates, and document and track items from your backlog. If
                                                      you’ve been thinking about trying Team Foundation Server, now is the time to check it out.
                                                                                                                                                                      Doug Seven     6/7/2010   4:30PM
                                                      Everybody likes to talk about best practices, tips, and tricks, but often it is by analyzing failures that we
                                                      learn from our own and others' mistakes. In this session, Steve describes various anti-patterns and
DPR304    FAIL: Anti-Patterns and Worst Practices
                                                      worst practices in software development that he has encountered in his own experience or learned
                                                      about from other experts in the field, along with advice on recognizing and avoiding them.
                                                                                                                                                                      Steve Smith    6/7/2010   4:30PM
                                                      The next release of Configuration Manager is coming! For over a decade now, Systems Management
                                                      Server and Configuration Manager have been used by thousands of customers and partners to deliver
                                                      classic management capabilities to clients and servers. As we enter a new era for IT Administration, the
           Microsoft System Center Configuration
MGT308                                                System Center flagship product is evolving. In this session we present our vision for user-centric client
                Manager v.Next: Overview
                                                      management, and demonstrate improvements from Configuration Manager 2007. This session
                                                      promises to be very interesting. We demonstrate a functioning product to showcase some of these
                                                                                                                                                                        Jeff
                                                      major improvements, so you know you can't miss it!
                                                                                                                                                                      Wettlaufer     6/7/2010   4:30PM

                                                     Business Connectivity Services (BCS) – the evolution of the Business Data Catalog – is a key feature of
                                                     SharePoint 2010. In this session we discuss the new improvements to this functionality for this release.
                                                     BCS now enables you to bring external data into SharePoint and Office, reuse it, and empower end-
                                                     users to gain insight into the underlying data in a reusable way. This is all done within the browser with
                                                     full Create/Read/Update/Delete (CRUD) operation support, tighter integration with Office client
         Business Connectivity Services in Microsoft
OSP202                                               applications, and better tools for modeling business entities. Learn about the major BCS improvements
                SharePoint 2010: Overview
                                                     and see a detailed demo of how to build a declarative solution using SharePoint Designer, InfoPath
                                                     Designer and the SharePoint SDK -- without using a developer, or requiring you to write any code. The
                                                     solution we demo for you connects to back-end systems to both present data and to allow interaction
                                                     with this data from within SharePoint and Office applications (such as SharePoint Workspace, Outlook,
                                                     and Word).                                                                                                       Juan Balmori
                                                                                                                                                                         Labra       6/7/2010   4:30PM
                                                   Technology innovations keep getting better and better, so what’s new in SharePoint 2010 for social
         Overview of Social Computing in Microsoft computing? Find out what is new, improved, and the business value of social computing in this session.
OSP211
                 SharePoint Server 2010            As the tools are tied closer to communication, content management, business insights, and search
                                                   capabilities, social computing in SharePoint 2010 will allow end users be more productive and efficient.
                                                                                                                                                                       David Pae     6/7/2010   4:30PM
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  Code                         Title                                                                   Abstract                                                    Speaker         Date      Time

                                                      SharePoint 2010 has many new developer oriented features. Developers can build collaboration
                                                      applications on the platform features of SharePoint 2010, the new tools for SharePoint 2010 make
            Overview of the SharePoint 2010 Developer developers more productive and new hosting options for SharePoint solutions provide more flexibility
 OSP212
                             Platform                 in deployment. This talk is a lap around SharePoint 2010 for developers providing a brief look and code-
                                                      based demos of the major new features in building user interfaces, building on the data platform and
                                                      in general programmability.
                                                                                                                                                                  Paul Andrew     6/7/2010   4:30PM
                                                        Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager (FIM) is a powerful platform which can satisfy many customer
              Identity and Access Management: Best
                                                        requirements for identity and access management. This interactive session covers capacity planning,
SIA03-INT      Practices for Deploying and Managing
                                                        project planning, and best practice configurations from the product team. This session is appropriate
               Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager
                                                        for all attendees interested in FIM.
                                                                                                                                                                 Nima Ganjeh      6/7/2010   4:30PM
                                                       Join us as we walk through all the best practices and technologies available to help secure and extend
                Business Ready Security: Securely
                                                       Microsoft SharePoint to your employees on the go, partners/vendors and even customers! This session
            Collaborate with Partners and Employees
 SIA323                                                demonstrates how to help protect your SharePoint server from malware and inappropriate content,
            Using SharePoint, Microsoft Forefront, and
                                                       and how to protect data from leaking into the wrong hands. Learn how easy it can be to securely
            Windows Server 2008 R2 Active Directory                                                                                                                  Brjann
                                                       publish your SharePoint site for remote employees and partners to access.
                                                                                                                                                                    Brekkan       6/7/2010   4:30PM

                                                        This interactive Session looks at what can go wrong with some of the core modalities of Office
                                                        Communications Server 2007 R2 such as IM/Presence and Conferencing, and how to determine and
                                                        resolve those issues. We can provide an overview of the OCS 2007 R2 architecture and how it interacts
                                                        with the different components in an environment with DNS, Load Balancers, Certificates, and Firewalls.
                 Troubleshooting Microsoft Office       We can also explore the tools that can expedite OCS troubleshooting immensely like validation tools,
UNC12-INT
                 Communications Server 2007 R2          snooper, logger, and many more. In addition we can provide common OCS 2007 R2 deployment and
                                                        operational scenarios that might occur and look into the diagnostic reports and logs that will uncover
                                                        potentials issues. The following are just a few areas that we are prepared to cover in the session:
                                                        Federation issues, external users not able to connect to the internal environment, validation of the
                                                        correct ports needed for remote and internal access Web Conferencing, and IM functions.
                                                                                                                                                                 Byron Spurlock 6/7/2010     4:30PM
                                                     Rand Morimoto, author of the bestselling book "Exchange 2010 Unleashed" shares over two years of
            Upgrading from Microsoft Exchange Server
                                                     early adopter and real-world experience in upgrading from Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2007 to                 Jeff Guillet;
 UNC303     2003/2007 to Exchange Server 2010: Tips,
                                                     Exchange 2010. Rand covers strategies in preparing for a successful upgrade as well as common pits               Rand
                   Tricks, and Lessons Learned
                                                     and traps to avoid in the process.                                                                            Morimoto       6/7/2010   4:30PM
                                                        Learn about the new Microsoft Communicator “14” Experience & What’s new in IM/Presence. See
             Microsoft Communications Server “14”:
                                                        demos of the newly re-designed client which accommodates the evolution of Communicator to
 UNC320      What's New in Microsoft Communicator
                                                        provide a single interface for your communication needs. Also, learn about the investments made in
                 “14” Experience and Backend
                                                        instant messaging, presence, people experience and Office Integration etc.
                                                                                                                                                                  Amit Gupta      6/7/2010   4:30PM


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 Code                          Title                                                                   Abstract                                                      Speaker       Date      Time

                                                        VDI is an emerging desktop deployment option that is taking the IT world by storm. But, this new
                                                        technology represents not just a new form of desktop, but also new forms of licensing. In this session,
VIR07-INT         Solving the VDI Licensing puzzle      we aim to demystify the licensing behind VDI, and take a deeper look at licensing Windows VECD and
                                                        the Microsoft VDI suites. If you have questions around Microsoft's licensing for virtual desktops, but
                                                        didn't know whom to ask, this is the session for you.
                                                                                                                                                                   Max Herrmann 6/7/2010     4:30PM
                                                       This is a must-see session for anyone who is comparing VMware with Microsoft's virtualization
                                                       offerings. This session reviews Microsoft technology compared to VMware, focusing on what
            Understanding How Microsoft Virtualization differentiates Microsoft Virtualization from VMware technologies. The session also covers effective
 VIR204                                                                                                                                                               Jason
                      Compares to VMware               strategies for integrating Microsoft virtualization into datacenter environments. The discussion
                                                                                                                                                                    Fulenchek;
                                                       features one company's experience with implementing Microsoft virtualization. If you need to learn
                                                                                                                                                                      Roger
                                                       how the Microsoft virtualization stack compares to VMware's, this is the session for you!
                                                                                                                                                                     Johnson      6/7/2010   4:30PM
                                                        Take what you’ve seen and learned here at Tech•Ed and put it to work with your own hands. Visit the
                                                        Windows Azure Boot Camp and let us set you up with all of the bits and tools you need to start rocking
                                                        in the cloud, and walk through deploying your first cloud application. Bring your application, build one
                                                        with us, or deploy a sample application we have ready to go. All you need to bring is your laptop and
                                                        we take care of the rest. While you’re at the Windows Azure Boot Camp, we can also discuss your
                                                        applications back at work, and how they might fit into the cloud. We can even teach you how to talk
                                                        about the cloud with management. We supply a free, temporary Azure account for you to play with!
                                                        Space is limited and is available on a first-come, first-seated basis.

                                                        What you need to bring:
                                                        A computer or laptop running Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows
WAzBC-1             Windows Azure Boot Camp             Vista Service Pack 1, or Windows Vista Service Pack 2.

                                                        We will have the following bits on USB drives to install onsite and get you up and running:
                                                        •Microso Visual Studio 2010 Release Candidate (free), Microso Visual Studio 2008 SP1, or Microso
                                                        Visual Web Developer 2008 Express Edition with SP1*
                                                        •SQL Server 2005 Express Edi on (or above) (this is usually installed with Visual Studio)
                                                        •Windows Azure Tools for Microso Visual Studio
                                                        •AppFabric SDK
                                                        •Windows Azure Pla orm Training Kit

                                                        *If you use Express Edition you should update to the Visual Studio 2010 free trial, to ensure you are      Brian Moore;
                                                        able to complete all of the labs.                                                                          Brian Prince   6/7/2010   4:30PM




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  Code                         Title                                                                    Abstract                                                      Speaker       Date      Time

                                                    In this fun and interactive session we look at different ways to convert a Windows XP machine to
            Can We Bust This Myth? “There Is No Way Windows 7, keeping user data and settings in place, while installing required applications in the
 WCL201      to Upgrade a Windows XP Computer to process. Will the MYTH be busted or is it true? We actually look at different technologies to do this
                                                                                                                                                                     Jay Ferron;
                          Windows 7”                daunting task. Can it be done in 75 minutes? This is a level 200 introduction to this important issue for
                                                                                                                                                                       Jeremy
                                                    many companies today.
                                                                                                                                                                      Chapman      6/7/2010   4:30PM
                                                         See how hosted, cloud-based services from Microsoft can help you more efficiently manage and secure
                                                         your business PCs without the need to set up enterprise deployment infrastructure. This session gives
 WCL203        Online Services for PC Management         you details on online tools from Microsoft and how they fit in with the rest of your desktop
                                                         environment including Windows 7, the Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack, and Microsoft System
                                                         Center products.
                                                                                                                                                                    Marc Shepard   6/7/2010   4:30PM

                                                         xCopy Web deployment is a myth, the reality is that today’s world of Web deployment is far away from
                                                         xCopy... Remember creating monolithic deployment documents which no one likes to read and still
                                                         missing a step is a recipe for disaster…? Remember researching how to write custom actions or
              Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 for Web       PowerShell scripts or painfully handcrafting Web server settings in IIS + web.config and then running
 WEB204
                          Deployment                     SQL Scripts on DB Servers… I have lived that life and know it is not fun to sit in a tension-filled room
                                                         for several hours to deploy Web applications and write post-mortem documents after all that ordeal…
                                                         In 75 minutes, learn the new Visual Studio 2010 Web deployment technologies and discuss various tips
                                                         and tricks to make your Web deployment really tension free!!
                                                                                                                                                                    Vishal Joshi   6/7/2010   4:30PM
                                                         Don't let cross-browser CSS display issues surprise you at the end of your next project. We explore a
             Practical Strategies for Debugging Cross-
 WEB309                                                  variety of tools and resources that can help you diagnose and correct cross-browser display issues
                       Browser Display Issues
                                                         during development, as well as after the fact.                                                              Lori Dirks    6/7/2010   4:30PM
                                                 Windows Phone is an important tool for personal productivity and collaboration. Windows Phone 7
        Deploying Windows Phone 7 with Microsoft will be taking this to the next level. In this session, learn what's new in Office Mobile, how it integrates
 WPH202    Exchange Server 2010 and Microsoft    with SharePoint Server and how to create the highest impact for users. This session also presents the
                  SharePoint Server 2010         new functionality that is available with Exchange Server 2010 in combination with Windows Phone and
                                                                                                                                                                      Augusto
                                                 offers deployment guidance.
                                                                                                                                                                       Valdez      6/7/2010   4:30PM
                                                         Extremely complex Excel workbooks can take hours or even days to run on a desktop system. By taking
                                                         advantage of a Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 cluster, some of these Excel calculations can be greatly
              Scaling out Microsoft Excel 2010 with      accelerated. This instructor-led lab explores the manner in which speadsheets using Excel 2010 can be
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                  Windows HPC Server 2008 R2             offloaded to an HPC cluster running Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 to provide huge performance
                                                         improvements. We cover the opportunities, clearly identify the types of workbooks which can benefit
                                                         from this approach, and lead a class through a few examples.
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                                                        Windows Server 2008 R2 is an awesome operating system, and the real benefits are for the IT
                                                        administrator. Join Matt Hester and Chris Henley, authors of "Windows Server 2008 R2 Administrators
                                                        Instant Reference" as they cover the ten hottest topics in the world of Windows Server 2008 R2 from
             10 Hot Topics Every IT Admin Needs to
WSV201                                                  the IT admin's perspective. Ever hear of Windows Core protocol? You will! How are your Hyper-V
              Know about Windows Server 2008 R2
                                                        skills? We'll make them better! Ever used the graphical interface from PowerShell? We’ll show you
                                                        how! What happened to Terminal services? Why is Remote Desktop so much better? We’ll show you!
                                                                                                                                                                  Chris Henley;
                                                        If you’re an IT administrator you don’t want to miss this session!
                                                                                                                                                                  Matt Hester     6/7/2010   4:30PM

                                                        “The network is slow.” Spine-tingling words to any IT professional. They always blame the network.
                                                        This session focuses on the top reasons network performance generates complaints. Using Wireshark,
                                                        the world’s most popular network analyzer, Laura examines network traffic patterns that “point the
             Death of a Network: Identify the Hidden    finger” to the cause of complaints. In addition, Laura provides a list of network characteristics you
WSV303
              Causes of Lousy Network Performance       should look for when optimizing network architecture, rolling out new applications or expanding your
                                                        WLAN, VoIP, cloud-based computing configurations. Finally, Laura explains the steps used in
                                                        application analysis and compares an optimized and un-optimized communication. You will walk away
                                                        with a clear list of steps to take the next time the users whine "the network is slow."
                                                                                                                                                                  Laura Chappell 6/7/2010    4:30PM
                                                       Windows Server runs on many of the servers in your data center, but perhaps not all of them. It may
                                                       not be feasible to move all applications or functions to Windows, or some critical business applications
                                                       may not leverage all the value of your Microsoft infrastructure. Learn how to better integrate and
            Living in a Mixed Environment: Integrating
WSV318                                                 operate platforms (Linux/UNIX) and applications (like SAP) from outside the Microsoft family using
                Your Heterogeneous Infrastructure
                                                       technology including directory services, management, and virtualization. Come see how easy it can be
                                                       to (for example) centralize Linux/UNIX/application security in the directory you already own, and how
                                                                                                                                                                  John Kelbley;
                                                       to backup Linux at no additional cost with Windows!
                                                                                                                                                                   Larry Mead     6/7/2010   4:30PM
                                                        In this session we share experiences on moving a large enterprise customer from a non-Microsoft
            Microsoft SharePoint Deployment to the      platform to the BPOS-D SharePoint cloud. Based on actual customer experience and examples we
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              BPOS-D Cloud: Good, Bad and Ugly          discuss what can go wrong, tripwires to watch out for, as well as provide advice on how to make this a
                                                        smooth experience.                                                                                        Marc Dencker    6/8/2010   8:00AM
                                                       In this session, learn how to set up standard and data-driven subscriptions using Report Manager. We
            Creating Report Subscriptions in Microsoft discuss creating file-share, email, and null subscriptions; and how to deal with potential issues with
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               SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services      parameters and security. We also demonstrate a sophisticated Microsoft ASP.NET-based application
                                                       that creates subscriptions by calling the SSRS Web Services API.
                                                                                                                                                                   Paul Litwin    6/8/2010   8:00AM




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                                                         This chalk talk allows you to learn about the Microsoft SQL Server Fast Track Data Warehouse
                                                         Architecture initiative to better understand how to build, configure, load, query, and maintain a SQL
                                                         Server Fast Track System. During this session, learn how to:
             Developing a Microsoft SQL Server 2008      • Design a cost-effective, balanced system for Data Warehouse workloads
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                   Fast Track Data Warehouse             • Reduce Hardware costs by using commodity reference hardware configurations
                                                         • Reduce costs by leveraging prescriptive guidance and best practices for data layout, loading, and
                                                         management                                                                                                   Eric Kraemer;
                                                         • Reduce risk by leveraging Microsoft reference tested data warehouse architectures                          Ross LoForte     6/8/2010   8:00AM

                                                        There are many reasons to contemplate data integration: constructing a data warehouse, achieving
                                                        master data management, getting synchronization and consistency, system migration or consolidation,
                                                        and B2B data acquisition and sharing. At the same time, there are several technical approaches to
                                                        solving these problems: Bulk or batch movement, federated queries, replication and message or event
                                                        orient movement. Microsoft offers many products and features that can solve parts of these problems
            Data Integration at Microsoft: Technologies
 BIE202                                                 with specific technologies: Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS), SQL Server Service Broker,
                       and Solution Patterns
                                                        SQL Server Replication, Distribute Query, Microsoft BizTalk Server, and Master Data Services. Taken as
                                                        a whole, Microsoft products can solve your data integration problems but no single product or feature
                                                        can solve all of them. This session gives an overview of these problem types, the technology choices,
                                                        the Microsoft products, and helps you think about what products to use in which situations and
                                                        especially in which combination to make data integration a reality.
                                                                                                                                                                      Jeff Bernhardt   6/8/2010   8:00AM
                                                         Planning for capacity, connecting to external data, and on-going administration is critical to unleashing
                  Excel Services Deployment and          the new capabilities in Microsoft Excel and Excel Services. This session explains how to 'right size' your
 BIE305
                          Administration                 deployment, leverage new administration structure and tools, and configure security and external data
                                                         connections to enable and empower business users to access and analyze the information they need.
                                                                                                                                                                      John Campbell 6/8/2010      8:00AM

                                                         How can you design an effective, useful, and appealing dashboard? Many articles and books focus on
                                                         the mechanics of how to choose KPIs and the various formats available for displaying data. But even
                                                         the most significant information can be lost if it is not displayed in a memorable way. Is the right
                                                         format for critical values a grid, a graph, a gauge, maps, diagrams, or something else? What kinds of
                                                         information are best displayed in a line vs. a bar graph? Where does a scorecard fit into all of this?
 BIO204          Dashboard Design Best Practices
                                                         Since they are not static, how dashboards interact and how they fit into a larger reporting environment
                                                         offer a particular design challenge. Designing the navigation across the content on each dashboard
                                                         page is critical to communicating the desired message. In this session, learn techniques for displaying a
                                                         set of data in a dashboard for maximum impact and receive a framework for constructing dashboards
                                                         from the various content types.
                                                                                                                                                                        Dan Bulos      6/8/2010   8:00AM



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                                                        Explore a ground-breaking implementation of a pricing data warehouse for a major insurance carrier
                                                        utilizing the latest Microsoft BI tools and Hyper-V clusters. Canal Insurance was able to put detailed
                                                        profitability information in the hands of the product managers and senior level decision-makers quickly
                                                        and cost effectively by sweeping virtually all premium and loss data into the BI Reporting solution.
                                                        Deployment was through Microsoft Excel workbooks published to Microsoft SharePoint for power
                                                        users and Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services parameterized reports for the broader business
                                                        community.
             Blazing BI: Transpose to Expose and Rock
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                            Your BI Users!              Canal Insurance is now able to more accurately price their products, refine their market segments, and
                                                        introduce innovative products because their new BI solution includes:
                                                        • Blazingly fast drill-through loss ratios by every rating variable and loss category
                                                        • Analytical groupings specific to their unique business niches
                                                        • Visibility into business development activities in the agency channel
                                                        • Transaction level detail for trending, benchmarking and auditing
                                                        • Robust, scalable BI solution which is designed to incorporate the new data sources required for           Christina
                                                        product innovation                                                                                           Rouse        6/8/2010   8:00AM
                                                      Even though the recession of the past few years has hit our economy hard, the number of startups and
          Starting Your Own Technology Business or consultants has risen significantly. Thinking of finally founding that startup or venturing out on your
BOF53-ALL
          Becoming a Consultant in 2010 and Beyond own? Just curious what it would be like? Done it? Come join a discussion of what works, how do you             Alan Stevens;
                                                      get started, and more!                                                                                      Kathy Malone    6/8/2010   8:00AM
                                                      How do you get yourself noticed in these economically troubled times? Most specialists agree that
            To Certify or Not to Certify: That Is the certification is one of the best ways to do it! What does it mean to be certified? How do you become
BOF55-ALL
                           Question                   certified? Which options are available? Those and many other questions are answered in this                    Marcos
                                                      interactive session.                                                                                          Nogueira      6/8/2010   8:00AM
                                                     In this session we will talking about the past, present and future of the Contributor Community and the
            Community Contributors and the Microsoft Microsoft Learning Courseware Library. We will cover some challenges, some successes, some
 CER216
                 Learning Courseware Library         opportunities and what getting involved looks like. We’ll also look at the role of Community and some
                                                     specifics on how you can contribute and raise your visibility as an expert.
                                                                                                                                                                    Jeff Hora     6/8/2010   8:00AM
                                                       Making the decision to move your messaging and collaboration infrastructure to the cloud is a big step.
                                                       But now that you’ve finished the evaluation phase and have decided to purchase the Microsoft
                                                       Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS) for your organization, it’s time to move your users and data
                Implementing Microsoft Business
                                                       to the cloud. This session provides guidance for coordinating and performing deployment and
 COS205     Productivity Online Standard Suite (BPOS):
                                                       migration activities as you move from your current, on-premises environment to BPOS. This session
               Planning, Preparation and Migration                                                                                                             Mark Heneen;
                                                       guides attendees through three key deployment project phases: Plan, Prepare, and Migrate; with a
                                                                                                                                                                Steve Daigle;
                                                       focus on the tasks handled by partners and customers, plus a high-level review of tasks handled
                                                                                                                                                               Tracey Jordan;
                                                       internally by Microsoft services teams.
                                                                                                                                                                 Zach Beers   6/8/2010       8:00AM


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  Code                         Title                                                                    Abstract                                                      Speaker         Date      Time

                                                        Mission-critical applications require careful planning to achieve maximum uptime. Various factors like
                                                        availability SLAs for RPO (Recovery Point Objective) and RTO (Recovery Time Objective), log generation
                                                        rates, latency, storage environment, data size, application dependencies, virtualization, etc. contribute
                                                        towards building the availability strategy. As an architect or DBA it is important to develop the right
              SQL Server High Availability: Overview,
 DAT207                                                 HADR strategy and corresponding solution which meets the availability requirement and at the same
              Considerations, and Solution Guidance
                                                        time provide the cost benefit for your organization. Come to this session to learn about how you can
                                                        develop the right HADR solution for your environment. In this session, we discuss different solution
                                                        alternatives and explain the key metrics to use for making the decision as well as discuss best
                                                        practices.
                                                                                                                                                                     Vineet Rao      6/8/2010   8:00AM
                                                        SQL Azure provides a highly available and scalable relational database engine in the cloud. In this demo-
                                                        intensive and interactive session learn how to quickly build Web applications with SQL Azure
 DAT209        What’s New in Microsoft SQL Azure        Databases and familiar Web technologies. We demonstrate several new enhancements we have added
                                                        to SQL Azure based on the feedback we’ve received from the community since launching the service
                                                        earlier this year.
                                                                                                                                                                    Patric McElroy   6/8/2010   8:00AM
                                                       Hardware development leveraging n-core technology and 64Bit computing turned around the
                                                       capabilities of industry standard servers radically over the last six years. This session gives an on
                                                       overview on how these changes enabled the Windows and SQL Server platform to run largest SAP
                                                       implementations on industry standard hardware. Based on real customer scenarios, we show how
 DAT314     Microsoft SQL Server: The Platform for SAP existing SAP customers implemented SQL Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 R2 database compression
                                                       and the impact it made on their storage costs. High-Availability configurations of SAP customers with
                                                       SQL Server 2008 (R2) are shown and discussed for pros and cons. Principle considerations for
                                                       successful deployments of SAP on SQL Server are listed and impact of new technologies like SSD or
                                                                                                                                                                       Juergen
                                                       Virtualization discussed.
                                                                                                                                                                       Thomas        6/8/2010   8:00AM
                                                        This follow-on session to “Guidance for Choosing the Right Data Access Technology” session provides a
              Deep Dive into Microsoft Data Access
DEV01-INT                                               deep dive into practical applications for recommended data access layers. We build practical
                            Guidance                                                                                                                                 Chris Sells;
                                                        applications using a few technologies and delve into the pros and cons they offer.
                                                                                                                                                                     Diego Vega      6/8/2010   8:00AM
             Prototyping Rich Microsoft Silverlight 4
                                                        SketchFlow is the prototyping environment in Expression Blend. See how to use SketchFlow to
 DEV318      Applications with Microsoft Expression
                                                        collaboratively design, evolve, explore and review user experiences and interactive content.
                       Blend + SketchFlow                                                                                                                            David Carley    6/8/2010   8:00AM
                                                        Data Protection Manager (DPM) 2010 is now available and is intended to the best protection and most
             What's New in Microsoft System Center
MGT02-INT                                               supportable recovery available for Windows. This INT highlights some of the big items discussed
                Data Protection Manager 2010                                                                                                                           Jason
                                                        throughout the week of DPM sessions and reveals a few last surprises that we didn’t get to cover.
                                                                                                                                                                     Buffington      6/8/2010   8:00AM
                                                       This session walks you through the Opalis workflow designer, demonstrating along the way how to
            Opalis IT Process Automation: Introduction integrate Microsoft System Center products with other IT tools to create automated processes. Also,
 MGT204
                      and Technical Overview           see how Opalis customers have automated best practices for incident management, provisioning, and            Charles Joy;
                                                       change management.                                                                                           Mark Gosson      6/8/2010   8:00AM
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                                                        System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP2 is the latest release of the flagship System Center
                                                        product. While a general overview topic has been presented at past events, this session focuses on the
                                                        details of what has changed over the last year. New enhancements in SP2, which include support for
              Microsoft System Center Configuration
 MGT304                                                 both Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 are just some of the enhancements. In addition to new
                    Manager 2007: Overview
                                                        platform support, SP2 delivers enhancements to existing capabilities such as Asset Intelligence, and
                                                        Intel vPro. This session also details the plans for the upcoming R3 release of Configuration Manager,
                                                        which includes Power Management and Scale and Performance enhancements.                                         Jeff
                                                                                                                                                                      Wettlaufer     6/8/2010   8:00AM
                                                      This session covers how to use the new service level features in Operations Manager 2007 R2 to create
              Microsoft System Center Operations
                                                      service level reports and dashboards, how to use our out-of-the-box reports effectively and how to
 MGT311     Manager 2007 R2: Service Levels, Reports,
                                                      author reports. We cover how to author reports with ZERO programming and for those who like to get
            Dashboards, Report Authoring, and More!
                                                      their hands dirty some advanced report authoring. Come join us in this demo-packed session.
                                                                                                                                                                      Chris Harris   6/8/2010   8:00AM

                                                      Server virtualization technologies have taken front stage recently and many organizations have begun
                                                      to replace physical servers, including SharePoint servers, with virtualized machines. Virtualization of
                                                      the 2007 wave of SharePoint Products and Technologies has been supported for some time, and many
                                                      2007 farms have been successfully virtualized over the years. With a new version of SharePoint,
          Virtualization of Microsoft SharePoint 2010 however, come new best practices and new techniques for virtualization of SharePoint. This session
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                       Farm Architecture              focuses specifically on SharePoint Server 2010 farm virtualization, and how components of a
                                                      SharePoint 2010 environment can be successfully virtualized. Included in the discussion are new
                                                      virtualization High Availability options such as Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V Live Migration of
                                                      SharePoint guest sessions as well as time-tested design architecture examples using integrated
                                                      SharePoint failover techniques.
                                                                                                                                                                       Bill Baer     6/8/2010   8:00AM
                                                        SharePoint 2010 adds a new deployment model for SharePoint called Sandboxed Solutions. It is a
                                                        controlled solution packaging format that offers SharePoint Server Farm owners a way to easily
                                                        mitigate risk that custom code will cause issues for them. It does this by restricting the APIs that can be
              Developing with Microsoft SharePoint
 OSP308                                                 called and governing resources that can be used. Because of this, Sandboxed Solutions provide a
                Server 2010 Sandboxed Solutions
                                                        solution package that can be easily deployed to a shared server environment. This session describes
                                                        what Sandboxed Solutions are, it demonstrates how to create them with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010,
                                                        and how to deploy and monitor them on SharePoint farms.
                                                                                                                                                                      Scot Hillier   6/8/2010   8:00AM
                                                        Itching to upgrade your SharePoint Server 2007 farm to SharePoint Server 2010? Then this is the
                                                        session for you. In this session we cover the upgrade methods that are available, and explain how to
              Upgrading Microsoft Office SharePoint
 OSP401                                                 determine which one is the best way for you to get your content into your shiny new SharePoint 2010
              Server 2007 to SharePoint Server 2010
                                                        farm. Finally, we show you the way to reduce the amount of downtime you'll have. Your users will love
                                                        you for that.                                                                                                 Shane Young    6/8/2010   8:00AM


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  Code                        Title                                                                    Abstract                                                      Speaker        Date      Time

                                                        Learn about best practices for design and deployment of DirectAccess. Topics include: scoping and
             Secure Endpoint: Planning DirectAccess
                                                        planning and DA project, scalability, client deployment, server placement, designing and implementing
SIA02-INT     Deployment with Microsoft Forefront
                                                        high availability (Windows native and third-party), NAT64 and DNS usage, and integration with
                    Unified Access Gateway
                                                        Forefront Unified Access Gateway. We also share customer experiences from early deployments.
                                                                                                                                                                   Uri Lichtenfeld 6/8/2010   8:00AM

                                                       For people who create software today, working with identity isn’t much fun. There are too many
                                                       technologies and too much complexity. The industry-wide shift toward claims-based identity improves
            Understanding Claims-Based Applications:
                                                       this, offering a better, simpler approach. To help Windows developers embrace this new world,
            An Overview of Active Directory Federation
 SIA201                                                Microsoft has created a set of related offerings: Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) 2.0,
            Services (AD FS) 2.0 and Windows Identity
                                                       CardSpace 2.0, and Windows Identity Foundation (WIF). This session provides an overview of these
                           Foundation
                                                       technologies, showing the problems each one addresses and how they relate to one another. The goal
                                                       is to provide a big-picture understanding of Microsoft’s approach to claims-based identity.
                                                                                                                                                                   David Chappell 6/8/2010    8:00AM


                                                        Cloud computing offers enterprises of all sizes opportunities to shift and reduce costs, take advantage
                                                        of the latest technologies, gain disaster recovery capabilities, and do away with much of the headache
                                                                                                                                                                Andy Malone;
                                                        of managing servers and software. However, with cloud computing come concerns around security and
                                                                                                                                                                 John Howie;
 SIA332          Securing the Cloud: Expert Panel       privacy, especially in public clouds where data from one customer is stored alongside data belonging to
                                                                                                                                                                    Laura
                                                        another, and applications and services run side-by-side. Come to this panel session to hear from
                                                                                                                                                                   Chappell;
                                                        leading Microsoft and industry experts on cloud computing, as they provide their thoughts on cloud
                                                                                                                                                                Mark Minasi;
                                                        security and privacy, and answer your questions.
                                                                                                                                                                  Mike Chan;
                                                                                                                                                                Patrick Hevesi    6/8/2010    8:00AM
                                                        We're all familiar with using a defense-in-depth strategy when planning IT security. All these important
                                                        layers…yet none of them matter if I can take your servers and load them into my truck! Physical
             Gates, Guards, and Gadgets: The Physical
 SIA340                                                 security is an overlooked area of information security, simply because most IT professionals don’t have
                          Security of IT
                                                        the time or experience. Join Kai Axford and guests as they bring you up to speed on the latest advances
                                                        in physical security for IT and how to implement them in your environment, regardless of size.
                                                                                                                                                                     Kai Axford   6/8/2010    8:00AM
                                                        Exchange 2010 SP1 features several exciting new capabilities that leverage Rights Management
                                                        Services (RMS). This interactive session helps you put these features into action. We’re ready to
             Deploying Windows Rights Management
                                                        answer all your deployment questions – from the end-to-end installation and deployment of Windows
UNC04-INT    Services (RMS) with Microsoft Exchange
                                                        Server R2 RMS in your environment, to configuring RMS settings and enabling the IRM features in
                  Server 2010 SP1, Step-by-Step
                                                        Exchange 2010. We also support the discussion with live demos and helpful troubleshooting tips so
                                                        you can get up and running right away.
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                                                     Go beyond the basics of Exchange High Availability and gain a solid understanding of what you need to
           Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 High       know to design a highly available and site resilient Exchange 2010 solution. In this session we cover
UNC305
            Availability Design Considerations       Exchange 2010 Mailbox DAG design, including DAG sizing, database copy count/distribution, server
                                                     capacity planning, storage design, and network design.
                                                                                                                                                                Ross Smith IV    6/8/2010   8:00AM
                                                     Come and see an overview of the new Microsoft Silverlight and Windows Presentation Foundation
          The New Microsoft Communicator “14”        (WPF) controls for integrating Microsoft Communicator "14" experiences into your line-of-business
           SDK: Integrating, Extending and Adding    apps, as well as the new extension points where you can host and run your own applications within
UNC322
         Contextual Data to the New Communicator     Communicator. See how to pass the context of your application’s data along with the conversation,
                                                                                                                                                                David Ollason;
                         Experience                  and how to process it receiver side. Finally, learn how to build custom UI directly against the new
                                                                                                                                                                  Marcelo
                                                     Communicator Managed API.
                                                                                                                                                                   Farjalla      6/8/2010   8:00AM

                                                     To realize the true benefits of a virtualized solution, companies need good management. This session
                                                     demonstrates the true power and potential of a Microsoft Virtualization solution, and shows how
                                                     companies can save money, increase availability, and improve agility in the datacenter. IT organizations
                                                     today have applications or services they need to provide to customers with ever-changing resource
         Datacenter Virtualization: It's More than a demands. Microsoft’s dynamic datacenter provides a platform that responds to these needs and helps
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                        Hypervisor                   companies meet their SLAs. In this session, we also touch on high availability and disaster recovery
                                                     solutions, integrated management capabilities, and coexistence strategies for organizations, ranging
                                                     from the enterprise to the midmarket and even smaller organizations. See firsthand how Microsoft
                                                     delivers a powerful platform to run business critical applications and the direction we are taking
                                                     virtualization.
                                                                                                                                                                Kenon Owens      6/8/2010   8:00AM




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 Code                  Title                                                                Abstract                                                     Speaker        Date      Time

                                             Take what you’ve seen and learned here at Tech•Ed and put it to work with your own hands. Visit the
                                             Windows Azure Boot Camp and let us set you up with all of the bits and tools you need to start rocking
                                             in the cloud, and walk through deploying your first cloud application. Bring your application, build one
                                             with us, or deploy a sample application we have ready to go. All you need to bring is your laptop and
                                             we take care of the rest. While you’re at the Windows Azure Boot Camp, we can also discuss your
                                             applications back at work, and how they might fit into the cloud. We can even teach you how to talk
                                             about the cloud with management. We supply a free, temporary Azure account for you to play with!
                                             Space is limited and is available on a first-come, first-seated basis.

                                             What you need to bring:
                                             A computer or laptop running Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows
WAzBC-2      Windows Azure Boot Camp         Vista Service Pack 1, or Windows Vista Service Pack 2.

                                             We will have the following bits on USB drives to install onsite and get you up and running:
                                             •Microso Visual Studio 2010 Release Candidate (free), Microso Visual Studio 2008 SP1, or Microso
                                             Visual Web Developer 2008 Express Edition with SP1*
                                             •SQL Server 2005 Express Edi on (or above) (this is usually installed with Visual Studio)
                                             •Windows Azure Tools for Microso Visual Studio
                                             •AppFabric SDK
                                             •Windows Azure Pla orm Training Kit

                                             *If you use Express Edition you should update to the Visual Studio 2010 free trial, to ensure you are      Brian Moore;
                                             able to complete all of the labs.                                                                          Brian Prince   6/8/2010   8:00AM
                                             Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) 4 provide a host of new
          My Favorite Windows Presentation   features, including the Visual State Manager, new controls, a freshly redesigned designer, and more.
WCL202
               Foundation 4 Features         This session gets developers, both new and experienced with WPF, up to speed on some of the most
                                             popular new features.                                                                                       Ken Getz      6/8/2010   8:00AM
                                             Deploying, troubleshooting, managing, restricting, and validating applications are tasks that dog every
                                             IT organization. Whether you install applications manually, use static images, or implement
                                             sophisticated management technologies such as Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager,
                                             there are underlying fundamentals that make those technologies and processes, themselves,
          Best Practices Guide to Managing
WCL304                                       manageable. Learn what it takes to effectively manage compatibility testing as you move towards
                     Applications
                                             Windows 7, to provide a roadmap towards application manageability in complex organizations, and to
                                             support the diverse business, legal, and technical issues related to applications. This session takes a
                                             unique perspective, both technical and project management, sharing real-world experience gained
                                             from projects at companies large and small.
                                                                                                                                                        Dan Holme      6/8/2010   8:00AM



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                                                     The Lightweight Test Automation Framework (LTAF), available on CodePlex.com, is one of the tools the
                                                     Microsoft ASP.NET QA team uses to automate testing of the ASP.NET framework. It works in all of the
WEB01-INT       Web Test Automation with LTAF        major Web browsers and allows you to write test code in the .NET language of your choice. This
                                                     session walks you through LTAF's features and demonstrates common automation scenarios and
                                                     patterns using LTAF.                                                                                        Drew Miller     6/8/2010   8:00AM

                                                     It seemed that Bing came out of nowhere. Even Microsoft MVPs, who are privileged to product
                                                     information earlier than most, were surprised by the release of the new search engine. Well, Bing
                                                     really does seem to be holding its own and even standing out above other engines in many ways. But
                                                     part of the great thing about a search engine is the ability for us to leverage them from beyond just the
                                                     Web browser -- to access their services from our own applications. Bing exposes a great API to do just
 WEB310            Programming the Bing API          that, and not just the simple ability to perform text searches, but also image, video, and many specialty
                                                     searches. In this session, learn how to access the Bing API and perform all its great functionality from
                                                     within your own applications, by using another great Microsoft technology, Windows Communication
                                                     Foundation (WCF). WCF has the ability to act upon both SOAP and REST so it's great for not only
                                                     writing APIs but for consuming outside APIs as well. Come see how. And as a bonus, we may wrap
                                                     some of this stuff into some custom controls, too.
                                                                                                                                                                 Miguel Castro   6/8/2010   8:00AM

                                                The consumer market is driving devices applications development models, tools, market places to a
                                                new direction, and things are evolving really fast. Windows Embedded Compact being a small footprint
                                                componentized OS provides manufacturers the right tools and technologies to build next generation
                                                devices. Arriving soon, a new major release of Windows Embedded Compact will come along with new
            Windows Embedded Compact: New Tools tools.
WEM307
                     and Developer Story
                                                In this session, learn about the new tools, the integration into Microsoft Visual Studio, the Microsoft
                                                Silverlight for Windows Embedded development tools, gaining a good understanding of the new
                                                possibilities to develop next generation devices and how designers and developers can now work
                                                together to provide the best user experience on devices.
                                                                                                                                                                 Olivier Bloch   6/8/2010   8:00AM
                                                     Windows Phone OS 7.0 is coming! Want to learn what is new for the developer? This session covers
               Overview of the Windows Phone 7       the new application platform and provides a complete picture of the developer story. Learn about the
 WPH203
                     Application Platform            developer tools, the application frameworks, the support for Microsoft Silverlight, and the support for
                                                     Microsoft XNA.                                                                                               Drew Lytle     6/8/2010   8:00AM
                                                     In the coming year, IPv6 will be more and more established and widespread. But are you really ready
                                                     for it? In this interactive session, meet peers and discuss what the fuzz is really about. We cover IPv6
WSV10-INT We Come in Peace, or IPv6 Does Not Bite
                                                     enablers such as DirectAccess and IPv6 transition technologies, security, and whatever you bring to the
                                                     table!                                                                                                      Daniel Sörlöv   6/8/2010   8:00AM



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 Code                         Title                                                                   Abstract                                                      Speaker       Date      Time

                                                        What does it take to run Linux and other operating systems on Hyper-V alongside Windows? Where do
                                                        you obtain and enable the Linux specific Integration Services, and what do they actually do? What
            Deploying, Virtualizing, and Managing Linux
WSV305                                                  versions and configurations are supported by Microsoft? Now that you have virtualized Linux on Hyper-
                     and UNIX with Hyper-V                                                                                                                           Brett
                                                        V, how do you manage it? Find out why many organizations run Linux on Hyper-V, how to do it
                                                                                                                                                                  Shoemaker;
                                                        yourself, and what the benefits can be.
                                                                                                                                                                  John Kelbley   6/8/2010   8:00AM

                                                    Everything that you read these days seems to suggest that you should be moving to the cloud. But
                                                    where do you start? Which applications and services should you be moving? How do you build the
                                                    bridge between on-premises and the cloud? And more importantly, what should you be looking out for
                                                    along the way? In this session, we explore how the Tribune Company has embraced the Windows
                                                    Azure platform (including Windows Azure, Microsoft SQL Azure, Windows Azure AppFabric, and Project
ARC304      Real-World Patterns for Cloud Computing
                                                    codename “Dallas”) to enhance and extend new and existing applications. We explore how they
                                                    leverage elastic storage, scalable Web and Worker roles, leverage parallel and distributed compute,
                                                    and handle inter- and intra-organizational communications. This session provides you with specific
                                                    examples of cloud architectures (with examples) that will help you evaluate the Windows Azure
                                                    platform for your next project.
                                                                                                                                                                  Wade Wegner    6/8/2010   9:45AM
                                                       A primary goal of Web services is to provide a standard for interoperability across various
                                                       technologies. The WS-* protocols were introduced to build on the foundation of SOAP to address
                                                       enterprise requirements for services such as security, transactions, reliability, etc. It’s been several
                                                       years since WS-* kicked off. Where do things stand and can I depend on WS-* to achieve interop in my
ASI05-INT              Web Service Interop             enterprise? What are the various specs under the WS-* umbrella, and when do I need them? How
                                                       complete are the specs? How mature is the WCF implementation of the WS-* specs? How mature are
                                                       the other major enterprise vendor’s WS-* stacks and can I have a realistic expectation of achieving
                                                                                                                                                                     Jesus
                                                       interop for the scenarios I need? If I am stuck on interop issues where can I go for help and
                                                                                                                                                                  Rodriguez;
                                                       guidance? What are the best debugging tools to use?
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                                                     When you build composite applications on the new Windows Server AppFabric and on Microsoft
                                                     SharePoint Server 2010, you usually need to connect to existing line-of-business (LOB) systems. These
                                                     LOB systems may reside on non-Microsoft platforms (Oracle, SAP, IBM, etc.) and usually represent
                                                     mission-critical workloads that support daily business operations. Leveraging data from and initiating
                                                     transactions within these systems is a challenging task. You need to identify the functionality you need
                                                     and the interface to call from a wide array of options. You also need to map to their existing system
           Build Composite Applications That Include
 ASI307                                              data exchange format which may represent a complex transformation from the data structure needed
            Line-of-Business Systems in 15 Minutes
                                                     by the client of your composite application.

                                                       This session presents a couple of demos using tools and technologies that will help you to rapidly solve
                                                       these challenges. These technologies plug seamlessly into the Windows Server AppFabric and
                                                       SharePoint Server infrastructure to enable developers to focus on composite apps functionality rather     Paul Larsen;
                                                       than on the plumbing with existing LOB systems.                                                          Renga Srinivas;
                                                                                                                                                                 Sudhir Hasbe 6/8/2010        9:45AM
                                                   Have you written a Web application using the ASP.NET MVC framework based on the model-view-
                                                   controller pattern yet? Are you thinking about it, but not sure if it’s the right choice? If you have
                                                   worked with ASP.NET MVC you know it requires you to think quite differently about the architecture of
         Microsoft ASP.NET MVC: Share Your Stories a Web site.
BOF06-DV
                     from the Trenches
                                                   What worked? What hurt? How did you compensate? What was valuable? Did you use the source
                                                                                                                                                                      Robert
                                                   code? Practice TDD? Will you use MVC again? Come share your real-world experiences — your stories
                                                                                                                                                                     Goodearl;
                                                   from the trenches — and compare notes with others who’ve been there.
                                                                                                                                                                   Stuart Celarier 6/8/2010   9:45AM
                                                       Exchange Server 2010 brings a great new set of technologies, so what should we do in order to plan
                                                       our deployment? We discuss different implementation strategies; the choice between on-premise
            Planning Out Microsoft Exchange Server     deployment, hosted service, or both; server roles configuration and placement depending on the
BOF31-IT
                      2010 Deployment                  companies' infrastructure; availability, security, compliance, and other requirements. In this session we
                                                       share our experiences and discuss how to plan new deployment of Exchange Server 2010 as well as
                                                                                                                                                                     Vladimir
                                                       coexistence scenarios with previous versions.
                                                                                                                                                                     Meloski      6/8/2010    9:45AM
                                                     Tuesday is Windows Server 2008 Day in Microsoft Certification! This Certification Preparation session
                                                     focuses on what you need to know to get certified and pass the Windows Server 2008 Active Directory
                                                     Technology Specialist Microsoft Certified Professional exam. The session is led by an expert Microsoft
             Certification Prep Session on Windows   Certified Trainer (MCT) who regularly presents on this topic. The presenter walks you through the
 CER204    Server 2008 Active Directory: Exam 70-640 objectives that are covered in the exam, gives you some general exam taking tips and technology
                             or 83-640               “gotchas” about Windows Server 2008 AD. This session is your last step in getting ready for this exam.
                                                     Don’t miss it and the other Windows Server 2008 Certification Preparation Sessions at Tech·Ed North
                                                     America. Once you ready to take the exam, walk over to the Prometric testing center across the hall
                                                                                                                                                                      Russ
                                                     and get your 50% exam discount!
                                                                                                                                                                    Kaufmann      6/8/2010    9:45AM
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  Code                       Title                                                                     Abstract                                                      Speaker         Date      Time

                                                       Windows Azure allows any developer or business access to extreme scale computing and storage
                                                       capacity. This session provides developers insight on the underpinnings that make Windows Azure well
                Building High Capacity Compute
COS02-INT                                              suited for computationally intensive/burst applications, as well as design principles for loosely coupled
               Applications with Windows Azure
                                                       scale out applications that take full advantage of the Windows Azure platform. A typical example from
                                                                                                                                                                   Patrick Butler
                                                       the financial modeling industry is given to illustrate.
                                                                                                                                                                    Monterde        6/8/2010   9:45AM
                                                       This session provides a preview of the next generation of the Business Productivity Online Standard
            Microsoft Business Productivity Online                                                                                                                  Tom Keane;
                                                       Suite, including a preview of the new administration and end-user portals. The session demonstrates
 COS203     Standard Suite (BPOS) v.Next: What’s                                                                                                                      Vineeth
                                                       how the messaging and collaboration capabilities in BPOS evolve as the latest server technology is
                        Coming Soon                                                                                                                                Madhusudana
                                                       deployed in this collection of hosted enterprise software services.
                                                                                                                                                                         n          6/8/2010   9:45AM
                                                       Testers are always under time pressure to do more in less time, to do a better job, to make sure the
                                                       developers did not screw up the quality of the app. In this session we use Microsoft Test Manager
              High Speed, Low Drag Testing with        2010 and other testing tools in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 to demonstrate how to deliver bugs that
 DEV309
                Microsoft Test Manager 2010            get fixed the first time, every time; how to speed manual testing by fast-forwarding through your
                                                       application; how to prevent regressions by converting manual tests to Coded UI tests; and, how to
                                                                                                                                                                    Anutthara
                                                       identify the source and impact of changes even when developers “forget” to mention them.
                                                                                                                                                                    Bharadwaj       6/8/2010   9:45AM
                                                       In this session we take a look at an interesting technique and trend that can help you become more
            Increasing Your Productivity Using Code
DPR03-INT                                              productive as a developer: code katas - coding excercises that are repeated daily. They can be used for
                             Katas
                                                       learning test driven development, or any other type of coding (algorithems, for example).
                                                                                                                                                                   Benjamin Day     6/8/2010   9:45AM
                                                  Join us to learn developments that have taken place since the R2 release of Operations Manager 2007,
        What's New Since the Release of Microsoft
MGT205                                            including cumulative updates for SP1 and R2, new tools for diagnosis and troubleshooting, and new
       System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2
                                                  support for monitoring in the cloud.                                                                              Chris Harris    6/8/2010   9:45AM

                                                       The combination of the great presentation and user interface capabilities of Silverlight and the rich
                                                       collaboration platform of SharePoint create an unbeatable combination for making developers very
            Building Rich Internet Applications with   productive in building rich internet applications. SharePoint 2010 features new tools that make it
 OSP301       Microsoft Silverlight and Microsoft      easier to build with Silverlight, including a new Silverlight object model and REST services. In this
                    SharePoint Server 2010             session we show how to combine the capabilities of SharePoint and Silverlight together to create
                                                       Internet magic. We start with a few basic warm-up scenarios, and move to more full-feature line-of-
                                                       business and social applications that leverage the best of these platforms.
                                                                                                                                                                   Bob German       6/8/2010   9:45AM




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                                                        This session dives into Microsoft's endpoint security solution for businesses. Learn how you can
                                                        protect client and server operating systems from emerging threats and information loss, while enabling
              Business Ready Security: Protecting       secure access from virtually anywhere. This session includes a demo showcasing comprehensive
 SIA320      Endpoints from Advanced Threats with       protection provided by the multiple products included in the Microsoft Forefront Secure Endpoint
              Microsoft's Secure Endpoint Solution      solution. The session also highlights the multilayered protection with Forefront products including
                                                        Forefront Endpoint Protection, Forefront Threat Management Gateway 2010, and Forefront Unified
                                                        Access Gateway 2010.
                                                                                                                                                                  Adwait Joshi     6/8/2010   9:45AM
                                                     With the dark forces of Cybercrime continuing to grow, it’s critical that individuals and businesses are
                                                     fully aware that doing business in the “wild west” of the 21st century can be potentially disastrous.
            Cybercrime: The Gathering Storm (repeats
 SIA330                                              The sophistication of the latest generation of attacks is simply mind boggling. In this hard hitting 75min
                        on 6/10 at 5pm)
                                                     session Andy Malone spills the beans on the latest tools and tactics used by the bad guys. Packed with
                                                     stories, demos, tips and tricks, this is a security session you will not want to miss.
                                                                                                                                                                  Andy Malone      6/8/2010   9:45AM
                                                    During this session Marcus Murray uses live demonstrations to give you an insight in the impact of
                                                    choosing the correct authentication methods and strategy for your exposed systems and services. We
            Authentication and Passwords: The Good, look at various weaknesses and how they can be exploited using common tools and techniques and
 SIA338
                 the Bad, and the Really Ugly!      follow up with a step-by-step to implement strong authenication using Smart cards. The session covers
                                                    password strategies, smart cards, network transports, new features in Windows 7 and Windows Server
                                                                                                                                                                     Marcus
                                                    2008 R2, and more.
                                                                                                                                                                     Murray        6/8/2010   9:45AM
                                                        Come and meet members of the Communicator Client Platform team and discuss scenarios you would
             The New Microsoft Communicator “14”        like to implement on the Communicator client APIs. This session walks through some of the code            David Ollason;
UNC09-INT
                    SDK: Sample Demo Fest               samples that will ship with the Communicator "14" SDK and explains how you can leverage those in            Marcelo
                                                        your own projects.                                                                                           Farjalla      6/8/2010   9:45AM
                                                        As the volume of email continues to increase, you are likely seeking new and better ways to preserve
             What's New in Archiving, Retention, and    and discover this critical email data to meet an array of IT governance, legal, and compliance
 UNC307      Discovery in Microsoft Exchange Server     requirements. To help address these needs, Exchange Server 2010 introduced integrated archiving and
                            2010 SP1                    discovery capabilities. This session offers a technical overview and demonstration of the features and
                                                                                                                                                                      Kamal
                                                        functionality delivered in Exchange 2010 and updates coming in SP1.
                                                                                                                                                                    Janardhan      6/8/2010   9:45AM
                                                        Microsoft Communications Server “14” makes several significant updates and improvements on the
             Microsoft Communications Server “14”:      architecture of Office Communications Server 2007 R2. This session reviews the overall architecture
 UNC311
                         Architecture                   across the IM and Presence, Conferencing and Voice workloads, highlights changes from OCS 2007 R2,
                                                                                                                                                                   Mahendra
                                                        and explains their impact on the administrative and end-user experiences.
                                                                                                                                                                    Sekaran        6/8/2010   9:45AM
                                                     This is a freeform session that demos, whiteboards, and discusses what’s on YOUR MIND! Share the
          Failover Clustering with Hyper-V Unleashed pain you have using Failover Clustering with Hyper-V today, ask difficult questions or let us know why
VIR06-INT                                                                                                                                                         Steven Ekren;
                 with Windows Server 2008 R2         some customers avoid clustering even when there is a need to implement a high availability solution.
                                                                                                                                                                     Symon
                                                     Get the answers you need directly from Microsoft’s Clustering and High-Availability product team.
                                                                                                                                                                    Perriman       6/8/2010   9:45AM
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  Code                        Title                                                                    Abstract                                                    Speaker         Date      Time

                                                        Ever wondered what Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) can do to help you to more easily
           Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.6 and and quickly deploy Office? We cover the areas of investment in the next versions of both products --      Adam Kiu;
 VIR209
                      Microsoft Office 2010             App-V 4.6 and Office 2010 -- and we arm you with the information you need to make you successful         Karri Alexion-
                                                        with virtualizing Office.                                                                                   Tiernan       6/8/2010   9:45AM
                                                       Microsoft RemoteFX is a comprehensive set of technologies designed to enable a next-generation, full-
                                                       fidelity user experience for remote desktops and VDI. From a content standpoint, RemoteFX enables a
              Microsoft RemoteFX: Rich Windows
                                                       compelling Windows 7 user experience over the network that includes support for rich media such as
 VIR305      Desktop Experience for VDI and Session
                                                       Microsoft Silverlight, Windows Media, Flash, 3D, and Aero. It integrates with Microsoft's Remote
                         Virtualization                                                                                                                          Karthik
                                                       Desktop Services and VDI architectures and supports a broad range of both 'soft' and hardware-
                                                                                                                                                             Lakshminaraya
                                                       accelerated RemoteFX clients.
                                                                                                                                                                  nan      6/8/2010          9:45AM
                                                 This session offers an open discussion around some of the new search, organize, and browse features
          Windows 7 Search, Organize, and Browse in Windows 7. We discuss how to best leverage and deploy features like Libraries, Windows Search,
WCL05-INT
                       Discussion                Federated Search, and Enterprise Search Scopes so you can help your organization spend more time
                                                                                                                                                                 Anthony (AJ)
                                                 using information and less time trying to find it.
                                                                                                                                                                    Smith         6/8/2010   9:45AM
                                                       There are many ways to bind controls in Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) to the data from
                                                       your database, XML files, or your objects. This session explores many ways to retrieve and present data
 WCL206           WPF Data-Binding from A to Z         using data binding. See examples of loading data into combo boxes, list views, and the WPF DataGrid.
                                                       Learn how to populate WPF controls using a DataTable, Collection Classes, XML, LINQ to SQL and the
                                                       Entity Framework.
                                                                                                                                                                  Paul Sheriff    6/8/2010   9:45AM
                                                    Malware with RootKits, forgotten administrator passwords, unbootable PCs, lost critical business data.
           Keeping Windows Running Effeciently with
                                                    All of these and more are problems faced in the Enterprise every day. In this session we look at many
 WCL309     the Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery
                                                    of the 14 tools in the Diagnostics and Recovery toolset to learn how IT administrators can keep the PCs
                            Toolset
                                                    in their enterprise up and running smoothly.
                                                                                                                                                                 Brad McCabe      6/8/2010   9:45AM
                                                     Internet Explorer 9 contains many new features that give developers many new options for building
                                                     rich Web applications. From enhanced features like the developer tools and or support for more DOM
            A Lap around Windows Internet Explorer 9
 WEB302                                              interactivity – Internet Explorer 9 is the browser you’ve been asking for. We take a dive into these
                         for Developers
                                                     features and learn how you can take advantage of brand new APIs like HTML5, SVG, and Direct2D
                                                     Graphics support.                                                                                           Pete LePage      6/8/2010   9:45AM
             Building Web Forms Applications Made
 WEB306                                                                                                                                                            Bradley
                 Easier with Microsoft ASP.NET 4
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  Code                        Title                                                                     Abstract                                                        Speaker        Date      Time

                                               "Did you ever dream of building highly interactive and robust next generation applications on a
                                               platform that can be tailored exactly to your needs? If so, this session is just for you! Discover how
                                               Windows Embedded Standard 7 combines the power of Windows 7 with the ease, flexibility and
                                               dedicated functionality of the Embedded branch of the Windows family (predecessors: NT 4.0
       Discover Windows Embedded Standard 7 as
WEM201                                         embedded, XP embedded, WES 2009).
             Your Next Application Platform
                                               Join us for a wild ride across a lot of technologies such as Silverlight 4.0, Sensor & Location PLatform,
                                               Enhanced / File Based Write Filter, Windows Azure, Gadgets, Powershell, Dialog Filter, the new
                                               managed DPWS stack, to name just a few.
                                                                                                                                                                       Alexander
                                               The time to design the next wave of smart connect devices is now!"
                                                                                                                                                                       Wechsler       6/8/2010   9:45AM
                                                                                                                                                                       Soumitra
 WPH313     Windows Phone 7 Architecture Deep Dive Join this session for a deep technical walkthrough of the Windows Phone OS 7.0 architecture.
                                                                                                                                                                       Sengupta 6/8/2010         9:45AM
                                                       Windows Server 2008 R2 includes enhanced scalability and reliability, and much more. Many of these
                                                       features were designed specifically to leverage the capabilities for Nehalem EX. Come to this session to
             Lighting Up Nehalem EX with Windows
WSV06-INT                                              learn how Windows Server 2008 R2 and Nehalem EX work together to increase scalability to meet the            Robert
                         Server 2008 R2
                                                       most demanding workloads and provide mission-critical capabilities usually found on more expensive       Shiveley; Scott
                                                       platforms.                                                                                                Rosenbloom 6/8/2010             9:45AM
                                                       On March 18th Microsoft announced Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 during
                                                       the Desktop Virtualization Hour. As part of the announcement, two new technologies were unveiled,
 WSV307           Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1           Dynamic Memory and RemoteFX. This SP1 overview session covers these enhancements at a high level
                                                       as well as other enhancements being made to Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1. Finally, this session covers
                                                       how these enhancements fit into the overall VDI story from Microsoft alongside other partners.
                                                                                                                                                                      Justin Graham   6/8/2010   9:45AM
                                                    The Server Core installation alternative has gotten a bad reputation for being hard to manage. In this
            Managing Server Core without Breaking a session we kill that rumour once and for all. Having co-authored the whitepaper on remote
 WSV321
                            Sweat!                  management for Server Core, I can assure you there are a lot of alternatives. Come and see how we
                                                                                                                                                                        Joachim
                                                    can go from just-installed to easily-managed in a few simple steps!
                                                                                                                                                                       Nässlander     6/8/2010   9:45AM
                                                       For customers who have skipped deployment of Windows Server releases, there are often questions
            The Road from Windows Server 2003 to       about the benefits of the releases they have missed out on. This session focuses on how customer
 WSV327
                   Windows Server 2008 R2              requirements lead to the development of specific features of Windows Server and how those features             Ken Brumfield;
                                                       are matured over time.                                                                                          Ward Ralston 6/8/2010     9:45AM
                                                       Wonder about architecture best practices, guidelines, and pitfalls? Wonder how to design world-class
                                                       systems? You understand the concepts, but not how to apply them? In the first half of this high-pace
                                                       session, Juval explains his original approach to large system analysis design. Then, he discusses logical
 ARC206               Zen of Architecture              tiers, security, interoperability, scalability, transactions, and other aspects of a modern application. See
                                                       how to approach rarely discussed topics such as allocation of services to assemblies, allocation of
                                                       services to processes, transaction boundaries, identity management, authorization and authentication
                                                       boundaries, and more.
                                                                                                                                                                       Juval Lowy     6/8/2010   1:30PM

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  Code                         Title                                                                    Abstract                                                     Speaker        Date      Time


                                                          Windows Workflow Foundation 4 (WF4) provides a flexible, declarative programming model and a
                                                          brand new runtime architecture that makes it easily accessible for .NET developers. What that means
                                                          for developers is that WF4 can make it easier to put together your application logic, encapsulate
                                                          complex control flow logic, and abstract complex programming tasks. WF4 also composes nicely with
                                                          Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) for writing declarative workflow services that support
            Intro to Workflow Services and Windows        content-based message correlation and long-running duplex conversations. When you combine the
 ASI201
                        Server AppFabric                  framework features with the new AppFabric capabilities in Windows Server to host and manage your
                                                          workflows and services , you have a comprehensive workflow solution in Windows. In this session we
                                                          will look at examples of how you can use WF4 in your application and service development to speed
                                                          your development and simplify complex tasks, as well as how to build powerful, manageable workflow
                                                          services with WF, WCF and AppFabric. Come find out how this powerful, testable framework can help
                                                          you and your development team take programming to the next level.
                                                                                                                                                                   Matt Milner     6/8/2010   1:30PM


                                                   Learn how in four months Amherst H. Wilder Foundation deployed a solution by GNet partners to:
                                                   • Leverage Microsoft Office SharePoint Server as the Web platform with its enterprise services
                                                   • Build a budgeting application using Microsoft Office InfoPath, InfoPath Form Services, Microsoft
                                                   Office, Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services, and Microsoft Office PerformancePoint Server to
          Amherst H. Wilder Foundation: Leveraging
                                                   closely replicate a legacy budgeting tool but overcome all shortcomings
BIC02-INT   SharePoint as a Strategic Platform for
                                                   • Eliminate the need for user training by providing a familiar experience and shortening the learning
                  Planning and Budgeting
                                                   curve
                                                   • Provide reports that assist in the creation of budgets showing historical trends and spreads to assess
                                                   overall impact to bottom line                                                                                      Colleen
                                                   • Leverage PerformancePoint to provide a dashboard and analytical capabilities                                  Mlecoch; Nick
                                                                                                                                                                     Giuliano      6/8/2010   1:30PM
                                                    The successful deployment of Microsoft BI has supported an important change in the decision making
            Measuring What Matters: BI and Business culture at the Mint. Learn firsthand from the CIO of the Mint, how they turned technology into true            Greg Smith;
 BIC302
             Decisions at the Royal Canadian Mint   business value. Best practices and lessons learned are explored in the context of the implementation            Howard
                                                    and use of Microsoft BI at the Mint.                                                                           Morgenstern     6/8/2010   1:30PM

                                                          Do you want to meet your user’s service level agreements? Are you trying to get the most from your IT
                                                          budget? Led by Jeff Spiller, Sr. Solution Architect from HP’s Performance and Solutions Engineering
            Best Practices in Fast Track, Parallel Data   COE (Center of Excellence), this session explores traditional database design vs. Fast Tack design vs.
 BIE306        Warehouse, and Traditional Data            Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Parallel Data Warehouse (PDW) design and how design can affect
                       Warehouse Design                   performance. In addition, we briefly touch upon Reference Configurations and we discuss sizing tools
                                                          to determine the optimal amount of hardware required to support your user workload. Finally, “best
                                                          practice” design and tuning tips are discussed to utilize your hardware in an efficient manner.
                                                                                                                                                                    Jeff Spiller   6/8/2010   1:30PM

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  Code                         Title                                                                    Abstract                                                        Speaker         Date      Time

               Deep Dive on Time Intelligence with      Time Intelligence allows you to create custom time sets in PerformancePoint without using MDX on all
BIO04-INT
                   PerformancePoint Services            data sources. Come an learn more about how to use the TI feature in PPS.
                                                                                                                                                                       Leif Brenne     6/8/2010   1:30PM


                                                        Business Intelligence (BI) technologies are emerging as important tools for organizations that need to
                                                        consolidate, analyze, report, and scorecard their data. The challenge for today's organizations is to
                                                        provide the right data to the right people at the right time, and meeting this challenge is about
                                                        employing the right tools. In this session, learn why Microsoft BI is a complete, enterprise grade, and
                                                        affordable set of solutions that enables decision makers to drive increased business performance by
                Delivering an End-to-End Business
 BIO205                                                 delivering BI through the Microsoft Office system. Be warned: This session is all about demos! See
                       Intelligence Solution
                                                        comprehensive demonstrations that deliver an end-to-end solution integrating Microsoft SQL Server
                                                        2008 R2, Microsoft Excel 2010 and PerformancePoint Services in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.
                                                        Topics introduced will include: ETL, multidimensional databases, data mining, reporting, and business
                                                        scorecards. This session is relevant for IT professionals with an interest in BI, and equally for non-IT
                                                        professionals interested to understand and evaluate Microsoft's BI platforms and strategy.
                                                                                                                                                                       Peter Myers     6/8/2010   1:30PM
                                                        See a live demo of how Microsoft IT is delivering BI to the masses (23,000+ active users globally) at
                                                        Microsoft using Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and SharePoint Server 2010, Excel Services,
                                                        PerformancePoint, Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services, SQL Server Analysis Services and other
                                                        Microsoft BI products. We showcase and share technical details and best practices on how Microsoft IT
             Delivering BI to the Masses at Microsoft
BIP05-INT                                               has created a solution (as part of EDW strategy) to consolidate 100+ applications from 50+ business
                   Using CBI: Top 10 Challenges                                                                                                                           Curtis
                                                        organizations in a single enterprise report catalog and a BI portal. We also demonstrate how
                                                                                                                                                                       Chernosky;
                                                        participants can build a solution like Microsoft CBI using a solution offering / SharePoint accelerator for
                                                                                                                                                                       Sanjay Soni;
                                                        external customers to create enterprise BI catalog where companies can deliver BI to the masses at
                                                                                                                                                                         Vladimir
                                                        their own enterprises.
                                                                                                                                                                          Melnik       6/8/2010   1:30PM
                                                       Do you need to create reports for your users or partners? Are you wondering how Reporting Services
            Top 10 Reasons for Using SQL Server Report
 BIU204                                                can help your developers, end users and IT admins? This is your introduction to SQL Server Reporting
                  Builder and Reporting Services                                                                                                                        Ariel Netz;
                                                       Services and why it can be your lowest cost reporting solution.
                                                                                                                                                                      Thierry D'Hers   6/8/2010   1:30PM
                                                                                                                                                                           Greg
                                                         Silverlight has expanded options for front-end development for Microsoft .NET developers. Have you
            Where Will Microsoft Silverlight Take Front-                                                                                                                Leonardo;
BOF03-DV                                                 worked with Silverlight? Would you like to learn more about it? Come join this session where we share
                       End Development?                                                                                                                                   Shawn
                                                         how Silverlight is used, the real scoop on using it, and where we might go with it.
                                                                                                                                                                       Wildermuth      6/8/2010   1:30PM
                                                        It's about time that you learn something about IPv6 - it's here to stay! Don't deny it any more! The
                                                        protocol enables security, manageability, and lots of new features but also complexity and lots of new
BOF21-IT              IPv6: Time to Wake Up!            configuration. But don't fear, we've just gotten lazy! IPv6 isn't harder than IPv4, just different, and
                                                        different takes time to learn. In this session we cover everything from simple LAN deployment to
                                                        native Internet connections and WAN considerations.
                                                                                                                                                                      Daniel Sörlöv    6/8/2010   1:30PM
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                                                        Tuesday is Windows Server 2008 Day in Microsoft Certification! This Certification Preparation session
                                                        focuses on what you need to know to get certified and pass the Windows Server 2008 Networking and
                                                        Applications Technology Specialist Microsoft Certified Professional exams. The session is led by an
             Certification Prep Session on Windows      expert Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) who regularly presents on this topic. The presenter walks you
 CER205     Server 2008 Technology Specialist Series:   through the objectives that are covered in the exam, gives you some general exam taking tips and
                    Exams 70-642 and 70-643             technology “gotchas” about Windows Server 2008. This session is your last step in getting ready for
                                                        these exams. Don’t miss it and the other Windows Server 2008 Certification Preparation Sessions at
                                                        Tech·Ed North America. Once you ready to take the exam, walk over to the Prometric testing center
                                                        across the hall and get your 50% exam discount!
                                                                                                                                                                     Zach Niemann   6/8/2010    1:30PM


                                                    Follow-up to the companion breakout session, this session provides an opportunity to drill deeper into
            BPOS: Now That You've Bought It, How Do
COS01-INT                                           the deployment and migration processes for the Microsoft Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS)               Mark Heneen;
              You Deploy It for Your Organization?
                                                    and learn more about the Microsoft Online Deployment Guide.                                                       Steve Daigle;
                                                                                                                                                                     Tracey Jordan;
                                                                                                                                                                       Zach Beers   6/8/2010    1:30PM
                                                                                                                                                                       Pat Filoteo;
                                                        In this session, learn how you can use cloud computing to drive business agility while reducing your
 COS309      Why Uptime Alone is No Longer Enough                                                                                                                         Sean
                                                        costs.
                                                                                                                                                                      Cunningham 6/8/2010       1:30PM

                                                        Are you looking to migrate your on-premise applications and database from MySql or other RDBMs to
                                                        SQL Azure? Or are you simply focused on the easiest ways to get your SQL Server database up to SQL
                                                        Azure? Then, this session is for you…
                                                        We will cover 2 fundamental areas in this session; application data access tier and the database
                                                        schema+data. In Part 1, we will dive into application data-access tier, covering common migration
             Migrating Applications to Microsoft SQL
 COS311                                                 issues as well as best practices that will help make your data-access tier more resilient in the cloud and
                              Azure
                                                        on SQL Azure. In Part 2, the focus will be on database migration. We will go through migrating schema
                                                        and data, taking a look at tools and techniques for efficient transfer of schema through Management
                                                        Studio and Data-Tier Application (DAC). Then, we will discover efficient ways of moving small and large
                                                        data into SQL Azure through tools like SSIS and BCP. We will close the session with a glimpse into what
                                                        is in store in future for easing migration of applications into SQL Azure.                                        Cihan
                                                                                                                                                                     Biyikoglu (SQL) 6/8/2010   1:30PM




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                                                       SQL Server code name "Kilimanjaro" release introduces support for greater than 64 hardware threads
           Scaling Microsoft SQL Server beyond 64      going up to 256 on Windows Server 2008 R2. We discuss our motivation to scale beyond 64 hardware
          Hardware Threads on Window Server 2008       threads and methodology to validate performance and scalability of SQL Server. We provide details on
DAT06-INT
           R2: Challenges, Scalability Numbers, and    SQL scalability numbers and hardware platforms it ran on. We give insights into architectural learning
                        Best Practices                 and innovations that allowed SQL Server/Windows to scale beyond 64 hardware threads and talk about
                                                       the SQL Server best practices/recommendations for the upcoming "Kilimanjaro" release.                  Alex Verbitski;
                                                                                                                                                              Pravin Mittal      6/8/2010   1:30PM
                                                       You will have read the news about the major partnership deal between HP and Microsoft. In this
                                                       session, leading members of the BI teams from both companies explore what this means in practical
              HP and Microsoft: What Does a $250M
 DAT202                                                terms. We dig into the relationship in detail, describing what the marketing hype really means for High
                   Partnership Mean for You?                                                                                                                         Donald
                                                       Scale OLTP Appliance, Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence projects. And you can expect a fun
                                                                                                                                                                  Farmer; John
                                                       session, too.
                                                                                                                                                                  Santaferraro   6/8/2010   1:30PM
                                                      In this session, we cover how you can use Team Foundation Server to define, track, and verify against
            Requirements Management with Microsoft requirements. We cover the key partners that TFS integrates with, both TFS handles both formal
 DEV206
            Visual Studio 2010 Team Foundation Server requirements and agile requirements management techniques, and how to test against requirements
                                                      using Team Test and Team Lab.                                                                               Gregg Boer     6/8/2010   1:30PM
                                                       The new features of C# 4.0 focuses on being a good citizen in a big world. In this talk we look at named
                                                       and optional arguments, as well as the much improved COM interaction. We pay special attention to
 DEV404                C# in the Big World             the new dynamic feature and the Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR) that it builds on: How do they
                                                       work, how can you use them and why did we design them this way. We interoperate with COM and
                                                                                                                                                                     Mads
                                                       the HTML DOM, and build our own dynamic objects.
                                                                                                                                                                   Torgersen     6/8/2010   1:30PM
                                                       Scrum is a process model that promotes highly interative, value driven development and has been
                                                       successfully adopted by agile teams worldwide. Kanban, meaning "signboard", is a concept relating to
                                                       Lean and focuses on the reduction of work in progress and relies upon a visual signal to indicate that
 DPR307      Scrum vs. Kanban: Enemies or Synergies
                                                       new work should be started. Both models have proven track records, and in this session Joel and Steve
                                                       discuss what makes them unique to each other, but also how Scrum and Kanban can work together to
                                                                                                                                                              Joel Semeniuk;
                                                       produce stunning team results.
                                                                                                                                                               Steven Borg   6/8/2010       1:30PM
                                                       Building on the concepts from the Opalis Introduction & Technical Overview session, this session will
              Opalis: Understanding, Designing and
MGT08-INT                                              help you identify the best candidates for process automation in your environment. It will also show
                Configuring Process Automation                                                                                                                    Charles Joy;
                                                       you how to construct processes and integrate data between systems.
                                                                                                                                                                  Mark Gosson    6/8/2010   1:30PM




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                                                 Today, the enormous cost and complexity of compliance and risk is managed through manual labor and
                                                 disconnected processes within the organization. Customers are working diligently to drive efficiency
                                                 and increase confidence in meeting their compliance requirements for HIPPA, SOX and over hundreds
       Automating and Simplifying Compliance and
MGT201                                           of other standards and regulations. During this session we demonstrate how Service Manager
                Risk with System Center
                                                 automates the process and activities of Compliance and Risk Management across System Center. Join
                                                 us for a tour of Compliance and Risk Management with Microsoft System Center Service Manager
                                                 2010.
                                                                                                                                                                 Clare Henry     6/8/2010   1:30PM

                                                     With every new version of the Office Suite released, Microsoft’s customers are facing the multifaceted
                                                     challenge of the newly released version of Office deployment.
                                                     One of the biggest issues related to deployment is an inability for IT professionals to assess and to
                                                     know exactly what problems the organization will have, once the new Office is deployed. Fear,
                                                     uncertainty, and doubt sometimes are a larger issue than the real incompatibility itself. It is also
               Microsoft Office 2010 Application
OSP07-INT                                            difficult today for developers to pinpoint portions of the code that will not function properly once the
                         Compatibility
                                                     application is used with Office 2010. The Office 2010 Application Compatibility program is designed to
                                                     help customers and partners to assess the environment pre-deployment of Office 2010 and to help
                                                     identify compatibility issues within their applications code. Come to this session to learn about new
                                                     tools to help assess the Office environment and identify potential issues in documents and code that        Jill Maguire;
                                                     may become a migration barrier as you decide to migrate to Office 2010.                                        Michael
                                                                                                                                                                   Kiselman      6/8/2010   1:30PM
                                                     SharePoint Designer 2010, which is a free application, is “The Preferred” tool to design powerful no-
                                                     code solutions and applications in SharePoint 2010. In this session, get a broad overview of the
                                                     capabilities of the tool, from site customizations such as modifying Site Metadata, managing Site
             Whats New with Microsoft SharePoint
OSP09-INT                                            Security, or creating Site Content, to building List- or Site-based Workflows and connecting to a variety
                       Designer 2010
                                                     of Data Sources. This session also covers the new ribbon interface of SharePoint Designer 2010 and
                                                     shows how best to take advantage of this application by showing the new bells and whistles that come
                                                     with this product.
                                                                                                                                                                 Asif Rehmani    6/8/2010   1:30PM
                                                     There is immense opportunity for you to build and deploy cloud-centric solutions using the new
            SharePoint and Azure: How Do They Play   Windows Azure platform. However, what does that opportunity look like vis-à-vis Microsoft
 OSP213
                          Together?                  SharePoint? In this session, see the different ways in which you can integrate Azure services with
                                                     SharePoint to extend your SharePoint solutions into the cloud.
                                                                                                                                                                  Steve Fox      6/8/2010   1:30PM
                                                     Office Web Apps are new to Microsoft Office 2010 and will allow users to work with files from more
                                                     places and on more devices by providing browser-based viewing and lightweight editing of Microsoft
            Understanding and Deploying the Office
 OSP216                                              Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote files. Learn how to deploy and configure the Web applications
                         Web Apps
                                                     within your organization and what the viewing, sharing, creating, and editing documents experience is         Franklin
                                                     like.                                                                                                         Williams      6/8/2010   1:30PM


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                                                        This session takes an under the hood look at Microsoft IT's migration from a proprietary smart card
                Identity and Access Management:         management system (CMS) to FIM 2010 Certificate Management. The session describes Microsoft's PKI
 SIA307       Deploying Microsoft Forefront Identity    deployment, highlights the challenges faced with the previous smart card management system and
              Manager 2010 Certificate Management       Microsoft's plans for their FIM CM deployment. The session concludes with the pain points faced
                                                                                                                                                                    Brian Komar;
                                                        during the migration, and how Microsoft IT addressed these pain points.
                                                                                                                                                                    Craig Carlston   6/8/2010   1:30PM
                Business Ready Security: Microsoft
              Exchange Server 2010 and the Microsoft Come and learn how Microsoft Identity and Security products work together to help mitigate risks                 Alexander
 SIA324
            Forefront Secure Messaging Solution, Better associated with email such as secure access, virus, malware, and information protection.                     Nikolayev;
                             Together                                                                                                                               Cristian Mora    6/8/2010   1:30PM
                                                        Microsoft provides a great deal of content covering the theory around designing highly available and
                                                        site resilient solutions, but there is very little discussion of how to apply that to “non-standard”
              Real-World Database Availability Group    customer scenarios. Not all customers have 50% of their users in one datacenter and 50% in a second
UNC01-INT
                          (DAG) Design                  datacenter, or one “hot datacenter” for all user access and one “warm datacenter” for site resilient
                                                                                                                                                                       Kumar
                                                        scenarios. In this session, we apply the theory of DAG design and utilize the tools provided by
                                                                                                                                                                    Venkateswar;
                                                        Microsoft to design some real-world site resilient solutions.
                                                                                                                                                                    Scott Schnoll    6/8/2010   1:30PM
                                                        High availability is a significant source of investment for the Communications Server team with the
             Microsoft Communications Server “14”:
                                                        upcoming release. In this session we review the new Survivable Branch Appliance offering for branch
 UNC313      Voice Architecture and Planning for High
                                                        office resiliency, the new features for data center-based multi-site failover and intra-site architecture
                            Availability
                                                        for high availability.                                                                                       Jamie Stark     6/8/2010   1:30PM
                                                        Dynamic memory is a new feature of Hyper-V coming to Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1. Come to learn
                                                        how Dynamic Memory enables Hyper-V to more efficiently utilize system resource, and how this can
 VIR304       Hyper-V and Dynamic Memory in Depth
                                                        benefit your environment. Also learn how Dynamic Memory works under the covers and what you
                                                        should be preparing for with the release of Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1.
                                                                                                                                                                    Ben Armstrong 6/8/2010      1:30PM
                                                      In this session we drill down into the architecture of the Microsoft Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)
            Planning and Deploying Microsoft VDI with and determine what key questions need to be asked and answered around required components,
 VIR311
                   Management Technologies            networking, capacity and end user experience. We also discuss how this can also fit within a Remote
                                                      Desktop Services deployment.
                                                                                                                                                                    Michael Kleef    6/8/2010   1:30PM
                                                        In this session, learn all about the new Windows Troubleshooting Platform introduced with Windows 7
                                                        and how you can use it to automatically troubleshoot problems in your environment. This session has
             How to Take Advantage of the Windows
WCL02-INT                                               plenty of demos, including how to take advantage of Troubleshooting Packs developed by Microsoft
                   Troubleshooting Platform
                                                        and how to build your own Troubleshooting Packs. We also discuss tips and tricks, best practices, and
                                                        how Microsoft leverages this technology in their own support environments.
                                                                                                                                                                    Matt Bielman     6/8/2010   1:30PM




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                                                                                                                                                                        Baldwin Ng;
                                                         Getting ready to start piloting Windows 7 in your organizations? Hear from Microsoft customers from             Eric Craig;
             Windows 7 Deployment Tips from Early        the FirstWave Early Adoption Program about their real-world Windows 7 deployment challenges and                  Jeremy
 WCL205
                          Adopters                       how they resolved them. Join this panel discussion and get your questions answered about how to                 Chapman;
                                                         execute successful Windows 7 Pilot and Deployment Programs in your organization.                              Juan Gaviria;
                                                                                                                                                                          Pradeep
                                                                                                                                                                           Rajurs;
                                                                                                                                                                       Stephen Rose    6/8/2010   1:30PM
                                                         Are you an experienced administrative scripter? Perhaps you have a few VBS scripts and you’re
                                                         wondering how to turn them into PowerShell scripts. This session guides you through the transition
             Paradigm Shift: Microsoft Visual Basic      from the world of VBScript to the wonderful world of Windows PowerShell. The transition is a
 WCL313
            Scripting Edition to Windows PowerShell      paradigm shift, that once grasped will let you take a twenty-line VBS script and create a one-line
                                                         PowerShell equivalent. You’ll leave this session armed with all the information you need to begin
                                                         shifting your old VBS scripts to potent PowerShell tools.
                                                                                                                                                                       Jeffery Hicks   6/8/2010   1:30PM
                                                         Orchard CMS is a free, open source, community-focused content management solution that aims to
                                                         simplify the experience for building and publishing content-driven Web sites on the Microsoft ASP.NET
              Building Web Sites Using the Orchard
 WEB202                                                  platform, and provide developers with a modular framework that can be easily customized and
              Content Management System (CMS)
                                                         extended. Come learn about what Orchard can do for you today, where the project is headed, and how
                                                                                                                                                                         Bradley
                                                         you can get involved!
                                                                                                                                                                        Millington     6/8/2010   1:30PM
            Delivering Flexible Peripheral Support for   This session provides solutions to the challenges in providing “vendor neutral” Point of Sale solutions
WEM02-INT
                           Point of Sale                 by developing applications with Microsoft POS for .NET and POSReady 2009.
                                                                                                                                                                        Jason Tolley   6/8/2010   1:30PM
                                                     XAML-based User Interface development is a game changer in the embedded space. Windows
                                                     Embedded Compact brings its own embedded-centric implementation of Silverlight development
            Gamechanger: Using Microsoft Silverlight
                                                     called Silverlight for Embedded. Learn how Silverlight for embedded can take Expression Blend XAML,
 WEM303      for Windows Embedded to Create an
                                                     combine it with a thin and quick backend, and create an eye popping embedded experience. This talk
                    Amazing Embedded UI
                                                     will use Expression Blend to create an amazing UI and hook it into native C++ code to create to create a
                                                     stunning embedded application in this example filled talk.
                                                                                                                                                                       Douglas Boling 6/8/2010    1:30PM
                                                         Together with part 2, this session gives an overview of the functionality for Silverlight applications that
            An In-Depth View of Building Applications
                                                         is unique to the Windows Phone application platform. Part 1 covers new input paradigms including
 WPH304       for Windows Phone 7 with Microsoft
                                                         multi-touch, software keyboard, accelerometer and microphone, as well as the APIs to leverage phone
                       Silverlight (Part 1)
                                                         applications like email, phone dialer, contact list, and more.
                                                                                                                                                                       Shawn Oster     6/8/2010   1:30PM



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                                                     Rand Morimoto, author of the bestselling book "Windows 2008 R2 Unleashed" shares best practices
       DirectAccess Configuration, Tips, Tricks, and and lessons learned on configuring DirectAccess for Windows 7 clients into a Windows 2008 R2 server
WSV306
                     Best Practices                  environment. Rand covers tips and tricks on setting up IPSec policies, IPv6, proxy rules, certificate
                                                                                                                                                                    Rand
                                                     settings, and automation policies to successfully get DirectAccess to work in the enterprise.
                                                                                                                                                                   Morimoto      6/8/2010   1:30PM
                                                      The session provides an deep dive of the BranchCache feature in Windows 7 and Windows Server
            Optimizing the Branch Infrastructure with 2008R2. This is your chance to dive into underlying technologies to understand how BranchCache
WSV322
                          BranchCache                 works, as well as the requirements and deployment tips to obtain best performance. Come to hear
                                                      about management tactics and best practices within the context of real-world examples.
                                                                                                                                                                  Tyler Barton   6/8/2010   1:30PM

                                                       Many developers are aware of the importance of high availability, critically analyzing any single points
                                                       of failure in the infrastructure. Those same developers rarely give a second thought to the periods of
                                                       time when a system is being upgraded. Even if all the servers are running, most systems cannot
 ARC308        High Availability: A Contrarian View    function in-between versions. Yet with the increased pace of business, users are demanding ever more
                                                       frequent releases. The maintenance programmers and system administrators are left holding the bag,
                                                       long after the architecture that sealed their fate was formulated. Join Udi for some different
                                                       perspectives on high availability -- architecture and methodology for the real world.
                                                                                                                                                                   Udi Dahan     6/8/2010   3:15PM
                                                     SQL Server 2008 R2 introduces StreamInsight, providing a powerful platform for developing and
                                                     deploying complex event processing (CEP) applications. Come and learn how StreamInsight can be
          Real-Time Event Integration with Microsoft used to enable new capabilities in BizTalk for providing real-time monitoring and analytics for
ASI07-INT   SQL Server 2008 R2 StreamInsight and     infrastructure and business events at scale. This session focuses on identifying and implementing core
                   Microsoft BizTalk Server          scenarios for combining the real-time event processing capability of StreamInsight with the integration
                                                     power of BizTalk such as Smart Metering for the utility sector, and how to position these solutions to
                                                                                                                                                                  Mark Simms;
                                                     your partners and customers.
                                                                                                                                                                  Syed Rasheed   6/8/2010   3:15PM
                                                                                                                                                                     Maggie
                                                       Come learn how to use Windows Azure AppFabric (with Service Bus and Access Control) as building             Myslinska;
 ASI204        Windows Azure AppFabric Overview        block services for Web-based and hosted applications, and how developers can leverage services to              Todd
                                                       create applications in the cloud and connect them with on-premises systems.                                 Holmquist-
                                                                                                                                                                   Sutherland    6/8/2010   3:15PM
                                                      The speaker has led three enterprise BI implementations for companies running SAP. Learn why, at               Marilyn
            Save Millions and Get the Information You
                                                      her current employer, she switched to the Microsoft BI stack, Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2,                   Richards;
 BIC208        Want from SAP: Life Sciences Leader
                                                      PowerPivot, and SharePoint Server 2010, and how she saved millions of dollars while delivering faster          Robert
                        Sysmex Shows How
                                                      results.                                                                                                      Maclean      6/8/2010   3:15PM
                                                     This session discusses the problems of dimension and hierarchy management for data warehouses and
              Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services
                                                     Analysis Services and describes a solution to the data management problem using Microsoft SQL Server
BIE02-INT   Dimension Management with Master Data
                                                     2008 R2 Master Data Services (MDS). MDS provides ownership of the dimension data to the right data
                         Services (MDS)
                                                     stewards in the business while giving IT process control, security, and auditability.
                                                                                                                                                                   Val Lovicz    6/8/2010   3:15PM
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                                                       SQL Server Parallel Data Warehouse uses MPP (massively parallel processing) to deliver high
                                                       performance and scalability on SQL Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 and industry-standard
                                                       hardware. The appliance partitions large tables across multiple physical nodes, with each node having
            Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Parallel Data
 BIE309                                                dedicated CPU, memory and storage and running its own instance of SQL Server. In this session we
                      Warehouse Deep Dive
                                                       dive into the SQL Server Parallel Data Warehouse architecture and design and describe the appliance’s
                                                       performance metrics and data scalability. We review data gathered during the Madison Technical
                                                       Previews (or MTPs) with internal and external customers.
                                                                                                                                                                  Matt Peebles    6/8/2010   3:15PM
                                                       Most BI deployments emphasize information delivery and analysis to support fact-based decision
                                                       making, but fail to link BI content with the decision itself, the decision outcome, decision making best
 BIO203           Collaborative Decision Making        practices, or with the related collaboration and other decision inputs. This reduces the quality and
                                                                                                                                                                    Donald
                                                       transparency of resulting decisions. This presentation describes how collaborative decision making, an
                                                                                                                                                                  Farmer; Rita
                                                       emerging decision support style, can close this gap.
                                                                                                                                                                     Sallam       6/8/2010   3:15PM
              Accelerating Adoption of PowerPivot:     Come see real-world examples of how PowerPivot is being leveraged at Microsoft in MSIT to meet self-
BIU01-INT     Demos, Learning, and Guidance from       service BI needs. Learn about the capabilities and guidance gained from these TAP teams. Discuss
                                                                                                                                                                   Alex Porter;
                    Internal MSIT TAP Teams            common challenges encountered, and view and download examples of the solutions.
                                                                                                                                                                   Mike Reese     6/8/2010   3:15PM
                                                    Report Builder 3.0 that ships with SQL Server 2008 R2 is the next generation report authoring tools
                                                    targeted at business users. As a stand-alone Windows application, it provides a rich report authoring
                                                    environment that delivers numerous capabilities to accelerate report authoring, including wizards, the
                                                    Report Gallery (to embed report parts), and shared datasets. In this session, learn how to design
          Using Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Report
BIU08-INT                                           reports using Report Builder 3.0, and how to leverage the new functionality in your report designs. This
                          Builder 3.0
                                                    session is relevant to those already familiar with Report Builder 2.0 and Report Designer. For those
                                                    with experience authoring reports with Report Designer, this session contrasts the different report
                                                    authoring environments. It also demonstrates how familiar Report Designer functionality is surfaced in
                                                    Report Builder 3.0.
                                                                                                                                                                   Peter Myers    6/8/2010   3:15PM
                                                       This session covers the new advanced capabilities in Microsoft Excel 2010 to help you create detailed
                                                       analytical reports. We cover new capabilities, such as how to use dynamic sets leveraging the content
               Advanced Business Intelligence with
 BIU301                                                in Analysis Services, using write-back to provide closed loop analysis, and taking advantage of the new
                Microsoft Excel and Excel Services
                                                       calc-member filtering and slicers with cube functions. We also show you how to share this in Excel
                                                                                                                                                                   Allan Folting;
                                                       Services to create a real-time view and use the new REST API to empower your users.
                                                                                                                                                                  John Campbell 6/8/2010     3:15PM
                                                       Over the past few years what used to be cell phones have evolved to become true mobile devices. The
                                                       iPhone has shown how mobile devices can alter people's habits, expectations, and lives. With the
             Mobile Technology Has Reached the
                                                       release of the Windows Phone and Google's Android this trend will continue to accelerate. Are you
BOF12-DV    Masses: What Impact Does That Have on
                                                       developing for or supporting mobile devices? What's different about the mobile paradigm? Come
               Developers and IT Professionals?
                                                       discuss how mobile technologies have affected your professional life or learn from others about
                                                                                                                                                                  Benjamin Day;
                                                       something that will most certainly impact you in the near future.
                                                                                                                                                                    Chris Pels  6/8/2010     3:15PM
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                                                         What is the future of Green and Sustainable IT beyond virtualization and greener data centers? Come
                                                         to this BOF session to share success stories and generate the next set of topics for Green and
               What is Next for Green Development,
BOF56-ALL                                                Sustainability as it relates to technology. Especially of interest are the opportunities in this area, such
                Architecture, SQL Pros and IT Pros?
                                                         as the EnergyNet, the chemical Y2K coming to the US in the next couple of years, or other
                                                         opportunities around this topic.                                                                              Kathy Malone   6/8/2010   3:15PM

                                                         Tuesday is Windows Server 2008 Day in Microsoft Certification! This Certification Preparation session
                                                         focuses on what you need to know to get certified and pass the Windows Server 2008 IT Professional
                                                         Series exams. The session is led by an expert Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) who regularly presents
               Certification Prep Session on Windows
                                                         on this topic. The presenter walks you through the objectives that are covered in the exam, gives you
 CER206       Server 2008 IT Pro Administrator Series:
                                                         some general exam taking tips and technology “gotchas” about Windows Server 2008. This session is
                      Exams 70-646 and 70-647
                                                         your last step in getting ready for these exams. Don’t miss it and the other Windows Server 2008
                                                         Certification Preparation Sessions at Tech·Ed North America. Once you ready to take the exam, walk
                                                         over to the Prometric testing center across the hall and get your 50% exam discount!
                                                                                                                                                                        Bob Reinsch   6/8/2010   3:15PM

                                                    In this session we demonstrate how the Sync Framework is being used to enable a new series of
                                                    exciting scenarios made possible by SQL Azure. First, we demonstrate how the Sync Framework is being
                                                    integrated with SQL Server to make it easy to extend data to SQL Azure in only a few clicks. We then
          Using Microsoft SQL Azure as a Datahub to
                                                    show how customers can drop down to lower levels in the stack in an effort to customize the behavior
COS07-INT     Connect Microsoft SQL Server and
                                                    of that data movement without having to rebuild the application from the ground up. Finally, we
                      Silverlight Clients
                                                    demonstrate how the Sync Framework is being enhanced to expand our offline client-side reach
                                                    beyond traditional Windows Presentation Foundation/Winforms applications by adding support for
                                                    Microsoft Silverlight, HTML 5, Windows Phone 7, and other devices such as an iPhone.
                                                                                                                                                                       Liam Cavanagh 6/8/2010    3:15PM
                                                      This session walks you through the practical challenges, theoretical considerations, and finally actual
                                                      solution implementations of moving communication and collaboration to Microsoft Business
            Building the Bridge to the BPOS Cloud and
 COS301                                               Productivity Online Suite (BPOS). We focus on the core technology, but more importantly the X-factor
                       Looking Back Across It
                                                      of change management and the user experience demanding IT firms and internal IT organizations
                                                      become organizational consultants in the process.
                                                                                                                                                                       Tony Safoian   6/8/2010   3:15PM
                                                       SQL Server 2008 provides a wealth of features aimed at the DBA. In this demo-fest of features, see
            Administrative Demo-Fest for Microsoft SQL
DAT01-INT                                              ways to make administering SQL Server easier and faster -- such as Centralized Data Management,
                            Server 2008
                                                       Performance Data Warehouse, Resource Governor, Backup Compression, and more.
                                                                                                                                                                        Allen White   6/8/2010   3:15PM




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Code                       Title                                                                     Abstract                                                      Speaker        Date      Time

                                                     Server consolidation has been pursued for years yet not many companies have been truly successful
                                                     when it comes to database consolidation. The maturation of virtualization technologies further adds to
                                                     the many considerations users have to deal with in a consolidation project. Each vendor you talk to
                                                     claims they have the best solution and/or technology for SQL Server consolidation while others are just
                                                     selling snake oil. Who's right?

                                                     What exactly is the relationship between consolidation and virtualization? Are they one and the same?
          Microsoft SQL Server Consolidation and     If so, then why are there so many different technologies, each employing different strategies? Should I
DAT205                                               get the biggest server or build a server farm? Is automated server/instance provisioning truly
            Virtualization: Myths and Realities
                                                     automated? When do I
                                                     even start thinking about consolidation and/or virtualization?

                                                   These are some of the questions that are answered in this session, along with key best practices and
                                                   caveats learned from dozens of consolidation projects that range from a dozen to over 4,000 SQL
                                                   Server databases. This session explores key considerations in a consolidation project and common
                                                   oversights that derail the project. It also reviews notes from the field on the various solutions available
                                                   today, the strengths, weaknesses and what scenarios they are most appropriate for. This session is              Joe Yong      6/8/2010   3:15PM
         Planning Large-Scale Microsoft SQL Server SharePoint Server 2010 ships with a lot of databases. Planning is extremely critical for scale and
DAT313    2008 R2 Enterprise Edition Deployments disaster recovery. In this session we focus on key enterprise scale deployment methods including high
           with Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010   availability mirroring for SharePoint Server 2010 with SQL Server 2008 R2 Enterprise edition.
                                                                                                                                                                  Joel Oleson    6/8/2010   3:15PM
                                                     In this demo intensive session we take a look at improved support in Visual Studio 2010 for building
                                                     distributed business applications. We focus on Visual Studio support for building rich client
                                                     experiences with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Microsoft Silverlight, creating and
            Building Modern Line-of-Business         consuming WCF services, sharing business validation rules between client and server, implementing
DEV201   Applications with Microsoft Visual Studio   local caching of read-only data on the client, and sharing common application services like
                           2010                      authentication and authorization between Windows and Web client applications. Visual Studio 2005
                                                     and Visual Studio 2008 raised the productivity bar for business application developers. Visual Studio
                                                     2010 builds on that foundation bringing unmatched productivity gains to distributed business
                                                     application developers.
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                                                       Why wait for the C++ committee to finish the specification when you can enjoy much of the power of
                                                       C++0x today! C++0x, the next C++ standard, is almost upon us and it contains the most important
                                                       updates to the language since the mid-90s. It even accepts the existence of multiple threads for the
                                                       first time in the history of the language. Needless to say, these new features bring more
               Modern Programming with C++0x in        expressiveness and power to the native C++ developer. Visual Studio 2010 has added support for some
 DEV316
                  Microsoft Visual C++ 2010            of these key features in order to enable these modern programming techniques. This session clarifies
                                                       what features are in Visual C++ 2010 and what is yet to come. It illustrates how new constructs such as
                                                       lambda expressions enable better use of existing libraries and how your code can be simpler, safer, and
                                                       faster all at the same time. If you are itching to show off how C++ is one of the coolest languages on
                                                       the planet, this talk is for you!
                                                                                                                                                                 Kate Gregory   6/8/2010   3:15PM
                                                       All developers end up building database applications of some sort, and Microsoft Visual Studio 2010
                                                       contains database development tools that will enhance developer productivity. In this session we dive
               Database Development and Testing:
DPR02-INT                                              deep into how to use the database development tools available in Visual Studio 2010 to their fullest
                 Enhance Developer Productivity
                                                       effect. From creating a database project, to refactoring the database and creating database unit tests,
                                                       this session is a must if you develop database applications.
                                                                                                                                                                 Barclay Hill   6/8/2010   3:15PM
                                                   Microsoft’s Developer Division is the largest early adopter of Microsoft Visual Studio products on the
                                                   planet. In this session, Microsoft Technical Fellow Brian Harry gives a perspective on key challenges the
        Visual Studio ALM: Lessons Learned through Developer Division faces as a software development organization, how our processes have evolved and
 DPR206
                        Dogfooding                 continue to evolve to address them, and how we leverage the tools we are building (and influence the
                                                   tools in the process). Brian shares characteristics, learnings, and process changes from each of the last
                                                   three releases – 2005, 2008, and 2010.
                                                                                                                                                                 Brian Harry    6/8/2010   3:15PM

                                                       The first phase of delivering on the new user centric client management vision for v.Next is to
                                                       revolutionalize software distribution. The most popular capability in the history of Systems
                                                       Management Server and Configuration Manager, Application Management is still the number one
                                                       feature in use today. In this session we provide an overview of Software Distribution in Configuration
             Microsoft System Center Configuration
MGT309                                                 Manager vNext, and introduce the user centric 'Application Model'. In addition, we cover conditional
             Manager v.Next: Software Distribution
                                                       delivery rules, targeting and the new console improvements. We demonstrate how Configuration
                                                       Manager vNext defines application dependencies, global conditional rules, and version logic and
                                                       examine specific App-V scenarios and capabilities. This promises to be a jam packed session full of new      Jeffrey
                                                       and interesting elements from the next version of Configuration Manager!                                  Sutherland;
                                                                                                                                                                 John Vintzel   6/8/2010   3:15PM
                                                                                                                                                                    Darryl
              Key Aspects of Volume Activation for     In this session we discuss the new MAK and KMS volume activation methodology for Office 2010,
OSP04-INT                                                                                                                                                         Mondrow ;
                     Microsoft Office 2010             including overview, how-to, and demos.
                                                                                                                                                                   Ted Way      6/8/2010   3:15PM


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  Code                          Title                                                                      Abstract                                                     Speaker         Date      Time

                                                          Search connects people to the information they need to get their jobs done. General productivity
                                                          search solutions connect a broad set of people to a broad set of information. High-value search
                                                          applications drive measurable ROI by helping a specific set of people make the most of a specific set of
                                                          information. High-value search applications share the following characteristics: They address a specific
              Getting to know FAST Search Server for
 OSP206                                                   business problem and drive measurable ROI; they are designed for use by a well-defined set of people;
                          SharePoint 2010
                                                          and they “add structure to unstructured information” and enrich the target data set through advanced
                                                          content processing. In this session, learn how FAST Search for SharePoint delivers the best general
                                                                                                                                                                        Jeff Fried;
                                                          productivity search on the market AND makes it easy and economical to build high-value search
                                                                                                                                                                         Keenan
                                                          applications.
                                                                                                                                                                         Newton        6/8/2010   3:15PM
                                                       This session provides an overview on how to deploy a Project Server 2010 Farm. Specific topics
              Deploying and Upgrading to Microsoft     discussed includes upgrading and migrating from prior version (2007 and 2003), how to architect and             Christophe
 OSP303
                        Project Server 2010            configure Project Server within the context of a SharePoint Server 2010 Farm, capacity planning, and            Fiessinger;
                                                       more.                                                                                                          Rolly Perreaux   6/8/2010   3:15PM
                                                       Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager (FIM) is a powerful platform which can satisfy many customer
            Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager 2010: requirements for identity and access management. This session covers capacity planning, project
 SIA318
                          Deploying FIM                planning, and best practice configurations from the product team. This session is appropriate for
                                                       attendees already familiar with FIM.                                                                            Mark Wahl       6/8/2010   3:15PM
                                                       Traditional security advice is to create a threat model as early as possible and to run security tests as
                                                       late as possible in the development process, but this runs contrary to the Agile value of constant
                                                       refactoring – if security issues aren’t found until the end of a sprint, then the fix is a last minute patch
                Test-Driven Security for Agile Web     instead of a natural part of the Agile cycle.
 SIA331
                           Development
                                                       This session looks at how security tool automation can be used to perform security tests early in the
                                                       sprint, allowing Agile’s natural quality controls to resolve bugs instead of an additional, last-minute
                                                       process.                                                                                                        Don Ankney      6/8/2010   3:15PM

                                                                                                                                                                         Astrid
                                                          Come and learn how to deal with the common myths about Exchange storage, managing large
             Busting Microsoft Exchange Server 2010                                                                                                                     McClean;
UNC02-INT                                                 mailboxes, and archiving. Talk to the product team about some of the mailbox storage concerns you
                         Storage Myths!                                                                                                                                  Kumar
                                                          and your customers have.
                                                                                                                                                                      Venkateswar;
                                                                                                                                                                      Ross Smith IV    6/8/2010   3:15PM

                                                          Delivering Voice Quality within Unified Communications deployments requires an understanding of the
                                                          many factors that ultimately determine the experience of end-users. This session identifies the
              Microsoft Communications Server “14”:
 UNC312                                                   requirements for a successful deployment; including Network, Device, Gateway and Server factors. We
                     Network Considerations
                                                          cover in detail new Communications Server enhancements to improve core performance, support
                                                          network layer traffic management, and end-to-end monitoring and troubleshooting of Voice Quality.
                                                                                                                                                                       Neil Deason     6/8/2010   3:15PM


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                                                    You want to deploy Windows 7 in your organization, but there is one or more critical application
                                                    problems that will not work with Windows 7. Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V)
           Deploying Microsoft Enterprise Desktop
                                                    provides a way to proceed with your Windows 7 rollout without delaying to resolve the application
VIR302      Virtualization v1 to Solve Windows 7
                                                    compatibility problem. This session gives an overview of the MED-V solution and what considerations
                  Application Compatibility
                                                    to make when planning a MED-V deployment. This includes an overview of the MED-V deployment in
                                                                                                                                                          Kevin Rhodes;
                                                    MSIT and the lessons learned from that deployment.
                                                                                                                                                            Tim Crabb     6/8/2010   3:15PM

                                                     In this session, Rand Morimoto, author of the bestselling books “Windows 2008 R2 Unleashed” and
                                                     “System Center Enterprise Suite Unleashed” shares best practices and lessons learned from hundreds
                                                     of real-world implementations where Hyper-V R2 and the System Center suite of products (Virtual
                                                     Machine Manager 2008 R2, Configuration Manager 2007 R2, Operations Manager 2007 R2, Data
          Getting the Most out of Windows Server
                                                     Protection Manager 2007) successfully complement one another. Rand covers how and when Live
VIR307   2008 R2 Hyper-V with the Integration of the
                                                     Migrations are used in various scenarios compared to built-in failover technologies like Exchange
                    System Center Suite
                                                     Server 2010 DAGs or SQL mirroring, how Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2 supplements Hyper-V
                                                     implementations, how automation on Operations Manager assist in 24x7x365 datacenter scenarios,
                                                     and how Configuration Manager ensures compliance level consistency in security and management.
                                                     Rand’s session covers tips, tricks, best practices, and lessons learned from the field.                Rand
                                                                                                                                                           Morimoto       6/8/2010   3:15PM




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                                                     Take what you’ve seen and learned here at Tech•Ed and put it to work with your own hands. Visit the
                                                     Windows Azure Boot Camp and let us set you up with all of the bits and tools you need to start rocking
                                                     in the cloud, and walk through deploying your first cloud application. Bring your application, build one
                                                     with us, or deploy a sample application we have ready to go. All you need to bring is your laptop and
                                                     we take care of the rest. While you’re at the Windows Azure Boot Camp, we can also discuss your
                                                     applications back at work, and how they might fit into the cloud. We can even teach you how to talk
                                                     about the cloud with management. We supply a free, temporary Azure account for you to play with!
                                                     Space is limited and is available on a first-come, first-seated basis.

                                                     What you need to bring:
                                                     A computer or laptop running Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows
WAzBC-3           Windows Azure Boot Camp            Vista Service Pack 1, or Windows Vista Service Pack 2.

                                                     We will have the following bits on USB drives to install onsite and get you up and running:
                                                     •Microso Visual Studio 2010 Release Candidate (free), Microso Visual Studio 2008 SP1, or Microso
                                                     Visual Web Developer 2008 Express Edition with SP1*
                                                     •SQL Server 2005 Express Edi on (or above) (this is usually installed with Visual Studio)
                                                     •Windows Azure Tools for Microso Visual Studio
                                                     •AppFabric SDK
                                                     •Windows Azure Pla orm Training Kit

                                                     *If you use Express Edition you should update to the Visual Studio 2010 free trial, to ensure you are      Brian Moore;
                                                     able to complete all of the labs.                                                                          Brian Prince   6/8/2010   3:15PM
                                                     In this session we talk about how to get information workers excited and prepared for a Windows 7
                                                     deployment. We discuss what features you want to make sure they are aware of and what resources
            How to Launch and Prepare Information
WCL01-INT                                            are available to help you get them excited and trained. During part of the session, speakers talk about
                    Workers for Windows 7                                                                                                                       Anthony (AJ)
                                                     what Microsoft and other organizations have done to prepare employees for Windows 7 and some of
                                                                                                                                                                Smith; Steve
                                                     the best practices.
                                                                                                                                                                 Campbell      6/8/2010   3:15PM

                                                     Learn about what other IT professionals are doing to configure, deploy, and manage their deployments
            What You Need to Know about Migrating    of Windows Internet Explorer 8 to ensure their Web applications and Web sites remain compatible. In
 WCL319       from Internet Explorer 6 to Internet   this demo-heavy session, we explore the real-world scenarios and challenges that IT professionals face,
                          Explorer 8                 and walk through the latest tools, guidance, and best practices they are using. This session provides
                                                     insights and guidance to accelerate your migration from Internet Explorer 6 to Internet Explorer 8.     Chris Jackson;
                                                                                                                                                              Matt Heller      6/8/2010   3:15PM




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   Code                        Title                                                                     Abstract                                                       Speaker       Date      Time

                                                        In this session we demonstrate how IT organizations can combine Windows 7 and Microsoft Desktop
                                                        Optimization Pack (MDOP) technologies to enable “replaceable PCs” that recover user settings, data,
             Windows 7 + MDOP: Optimized Desktop        and applications almost instantaneously. We also demonstrate how IT can combine Windows 7 and
 WCL320
                        Solutions Demo                  MDOP to create a helpdesk solution that can proactively inform a remote helpdesk professional when
                                                        an end user has a PC issue, and then enable the helpdesk professional to remotely resolve a range of
                                                                                                                                                                      Brad McCabe ;
                                                        PC issues.
                                                                                                                                                                       Wole Moses 6/8/2010      3:15PM
                                                        Are you comfortable creating ASP.NET Web Form applications but even a little curious about what all
                                                        the fuss is about MVC and test-driven development? In this session, Web Form junkie Paul Litwin takes
              Microsoft ASP.NET MVC for Web Form        a critical look at the world of ASP.NET MVC, but not from any expert point of view. Instead, Paul shares
 WEB206
                          Programmers                   his experience as a Web Form developer who decided to take a closer look at this radical new approach
                                                        to ASP.NET development. Come hear what Paul learned and if he plans to employ ASP.NET MVC in his
                                                        future ASP.NET applications.
                                                                                                                                                                       Paul Litwin   6/8/2010   3:15PM

                                                     Silverlight provides a great deal of functionality that can be used to build robust Line-of-Business (LOB)
                                                     applications for companies. In this session Silverlight MVP Dan Wahlin discusses lessons learned while
         Tales from the Trenches: Building a Real- building a real-world enterprise Silverlight LOB application. Topics covered include best practices for
 WEB401 World Microsoft Silverlight Line-of-Business coding and architecture, communicating between components and layers, data access dos and don'ts,
                        Application                  error logging, gracefully applying animations and other media effects into an application, plus more. If
                                                     you're interested in hearing real-world insight and tips and tricks that can help you save time building
                                                     your LOB applications then plan on attending this session.
                                                                                                                                                                       Dan Wahlin    6/8/2010   3:15PM
                                                 One of the best features of Windows Embedded operating systems is that they use the same API
                                                 (.NET/Win32/MFC), the same languages (C#, C++. Visual Basic ,NET) and even the same tools, (Visual
                                                 Studio) as the desktop. These similarities make it simple for desktop Windows developers to move to
          What a Desktop Developer Needs to Know
WEM05-INT                                        Windows Embedded. But if you try coding an embedded system the way you code on the desktop,
            to Develop for Windows Embedded
                                                 you’ll end up producing a brick! This session teaches you the strategies and techniques needed to
                                                 leverage your desktop skills to develop great applications for Windows Embedded operating systems.
                                                 Come learn how to “cross over to embedded” in this informative talk.
                                                                                                                                                                      Douglas Boling 6/8/2010   3:15PM
                                                        Together with part 1, this session gives an overview of the functionality for Silverlight applications that
            An In-Depth View of Building Applications
                                                        is unique to the Windows Phone application platform. Part 2 covers the new application model,
 WPH305       for Windows Phone 7 with Microsoft
                                                        updated control templates, themes, and services available to applications, including new Windows
                       Silverlight (Part 2)
                                                        Phone Web services.                                                                                            Peter Torr    6/8/2010   3:15PM
                                                     Join us to understand the new power efficiency features within Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows
             Effectively Monitor and Manage Power
                                                     7, and discover how the latest Microsoft operating systems provide the most optimal and efficiently
             Utilization and Efficiency with Windows
 WSV312                                              running environment, and can provide significant cost savings. Also discover how you can use System
            Server, Windows 7, and Microsoft System
                                                     Center to centrally mange power efficiency profiles, and report on the power utilization across all your
                              Center
                                                     desktop and server environments.
                                                                                                                                                                       Dan Reger     6/8/2010   3:15PM
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                                                        Failover Clustering with Windows Server 2008 R2 has seen the fastest adoption rate of any clustering
                                                        release, but do you know all the tips and tricks to make it even better? Do you know what to do when
                                                        your mission critical solution breaks? Do you know how to quickly triage issues to achieve the highest
              Failover Clustering Pro Troubleshooting
WSV314                                                  possible levels of availability? This session addresses some common issues for 2008 and 2008 R2
                   with Windows Server 2008 R2
                                                        Failover Clusters, and offers strategies to identify, troubleshoot and solve these problems, leveraging
                                                        the various tools of Validate, new eventing channels, and generating and collecting the verbose debug
                                                        Cluster.log for analyzing the cluster.
                                                                                                                                                                  Steven Ekren    6/8/2010   3:15PM
                                                        Multi-core and HPC technologies are rapidly moving into the computing mainstream, allowing us to
                                                        develop applications with improved performance, increased responsiveness, and reduced latency. The
                                                        many established design patterns in this space can help developers and architects reuse proven
                                                        approaches to solving many types of concurrency problems. This talk covers many of the key patterns
 ARC205          Patterns of Parallel Programming
                                                        and gives examples of how they can be implemented using the Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 libraries
                                                        of parallelism. (Part of a virtual workshop series on Patterns of Parallel Programming; aimed at
                                                        experienced software developers who are relatively new to the parallel computing space but expect it
                                                        to become more important to their work.)
                                                                                                                                                                   Ade Miller     6/8/2010   5:00PM

              Sales Management with Microsoft BI at     In this session we demonstrate how Microsoft BI technologies are helping Kimberly Clark in sales             Marcelo
BIC05-INT
                         Kimberly Clark                 management, discussing tips and tricks for quick results.                                                   Augusto;
                                                                                                                                                                  Paulo Biamino   6/8/2010   5:00PM
                                                         Carol Avansino, Chief of Compstat, and Derek Visocky present an introduction to the California
                                                         Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation COMPSTAT SharePoint Portal. They discuss their
            Microsoft SharePoint Server and SQL Server, Enterprise Deployment strategy for 18,000 connected users. They also cover the COMPSTAT Process –
 BIC303     Better Together in Public Sector: California leveraging their existing IT investments to maximize data resources while improving data reporting –
               Dept. of Corrections & Rehabilitation     using the Microsoft BI Product Stack, and how it translates via their COMPSTAT Portal. Microsoft
                                                                                                                                                                      Carol
                                                         products were layered to provide an end-to-end Business Intelligence System within the CDCR. Hear
                                                                                                                                                                    Avansino;
                                                         about their methodology, technical challenges, implementation, and rollout.
                                                                                                                                                                  Derek Visocky   6/8/2010   5:00PM
                                                     The fastest way to load data into a SQL Server Data Warehouse and query a data warehouse is with the
                                                     SQL Server Data Warehousing Fast Track reference architecture. It gives the ability to load terabytes of
            Implementing a Microsoft SQL Server Data
 BIE402                                              information in a matter of a few hours. In this session Brian shows you how to avoid database and file
                    Warehouse Fast Track
                                                     fragmentation by using the fast track architecture and some of the lessons learned and findings from
                                                     implementing the architecture.
                                                                                                                                                                  Brian Knight    6/8/2010   5:00PM
               Creating Custom Solutions with Excel     Learn how to leverage and use the new APIs in Excel Services to create mission critical business
BIO02-INT
                             Services                   applications and solutions.                                                                                Dan Parish     6/8/2010   5:00PM




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  Code                       Title                                                                     Abstract                                                      Speaker       Date      Time

                                                       This session demonstrates how to build dashboards that span from individual project managers to
                                                       company executives that show project and portfolio status and details in rich and interactive way to
                                                       guide in the decision-making process. The session focuses on Microsoft products and solutions
              Light Up Your Project and Portfolio
BIO10-INT                                              reaching from individual project management products to company-wide solutions. We demonstrate
            Management with Powerful Dashboards
                                                       use of Microsoft Project Professional 2010, Microsoft Project Server 2010 and Microsoft SharePoint
                                                       Server 2010 - especially its rich Business Intelligence tools (including Excel Services, PerformancePoint
                                                       Services and Visio Services) to achieve the above declared goal.
                                                                                                                                                                     Jan Kalis    6/8/2010   5:00PM
                                                       You're an experienced Microsoft BI professional and you think Microsoft's is the best BI stack out
                                                       there. What happens if your employer or client has a large investment in a competing stack and
                                                       therefore wants to use it instead? Perhaps you’re a CTO or development manager and you need to
                                                       make a purchasing decision. You know Microsoft BI appears cheaper, but you'd like to understand how
                                                       it really measures up to its competition. How can you compare Microsoft to its competitors, product by
                                                       product, if you don't know the competing stacks?


            BDM Session: How Does the Microsoft BI     In this session, Andrew Brust, long-time Microsoft BI expert, author and Microsoft BI Partner Advisory
 BIP201                                                Council Member examines the product makeup, capabilities, reputation, and relative pricing of
                      Stack...Stack Up?
                                                       Microsoft's BI competitors, from the big guys, to the niche players, to the open source stacks and cloud
                                                       BI startups. Learn where Microsoft bests its competition, how its price structure compares, where it
                                                       may be subject to criticism, and where the stack is headed in future releases. Learn the lineage and
                                                       acquisition history of multiple vendors' BI stacks and how well those acquisitions and integrations
                                                       have, or have not, been executed. Finally, learn where the competitive stacks interoperate with
                                                       Microsoft BI, and in some cases where they require it.

                                                       At the end of this session, you'll be able to make an informed decision on the selection of Microsoft BI,   Andrew Brust   6/8/2010   5:00PM
                                                       The goal of this session is to get people talking about how they are using, or plan to use, Windows
                                                       Azure to build applications. What hurdles may be holding you back: mastering new complexity, the
BOF11-DV     How Are YOU Using Windows Azure?          state of development tools and environment, business approval, or something else? Discuss with your
                                                       peers issues around what data to host in the cloud, connecting Azure applications to on-premise
                                                       applications, developing for Windows Azure, and managing Azure applications.
                                                                                                                                                                   Matt Milner    6/8/2010   5:00PM
                                                       The cost savings and reliability benefits of moving applications to Microsoft Application Virtualization
                                                       (App-V) are well known. But many IT teams are reluctant to do it because of the time and costs
                                                       associated with such a large project. This session explores the potential pitfalls and best practices for
            Migrating Your Applications to Microsoft
                                                       moving applications to Microsoft App-V. What elements make up a successful project plan? What are
BOF35-IT      App-V: The Good, the Bad, and the
                                                       the issues with sequencing? How can you tell which applications make good candidates for App-V
                         Incompatible
                                                       conversion and which don’t? How should you handle 64-bit applications? Come share your stories and
                                                       hear from others about what works and what doesn’t. Let’s also look at effective ways to apply the
                                                                                                                                                                   Christopher
                                                       techniques and use the technologies available to help.
                                                                                                                                                                     Maher        6/8/2010   5:00PM

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                                                         Tuesday is Windows Server 2008 Day in Microsoft Certification! This Certification Preparation session
                                                         focuses on what you need to know to get certified and pass the Windows Server 2008 Virtualization
                                                         MCP exams. The session is led by an expert Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) who regularly presents
              Certification Prep Session on Windows
                                                         on this topic. The presenter walks you through the objectives that are covered in the exam, gives you
 CER207     Server 2008 Virtualization Series: Exams 70-
                                                         some general exam taking tips and technology “gotchas” about Windows Server 2008 Virtualization.
                           659 and 70-403
                                                         This session is your last step in getting ready for these exams. Don’t miss it and the other Windows
                                                         Server 2008 Certification Preparation Sessions at Tech·Ed North America. Once you ready to take the
                                                         exam, walk over to the Prometric testing center across the hall and get your 50% exam discount!                 Daniel
                                                                                                                                                                        Nerenberg      6/8/2010   5:00PM
                                                        This session covers best practices for using the SQL Azure cloud relational database. We walk through
                                                        the creation of a departmental application from scratch. We see firsthand how easy it is to provision a
                                                        SQL Azure Database and start developing against it. We also look at importing and exporting data, and
              Microsoft SQL Azure Development Best
 COS305                                                 reporting. Time is also spent looking at strategies for migrating your existing applications to the cloud
                            Practices
                                                        so that you are provided with high availability, fault tolerance and visibility to these often unseen data
                                                        repositories. Finally we see how the reach of the cloud provides you with opportunities to create a
                                                        new, differentiated class of applications.
                                                                                                                                                                       Rick Negrin     6/8/2010   5:00PM
                                                        The ROW_NUMBER function in Microsoft SQL Server is seemingly nothing more than a basic ranking
                                                        calculation that assigns incrementing integers to the rows in the result set of a query. But in reality this
             T-SQL’s Magic Wand: The ROW_NUMBER
DAT10-INT                                               function holds within it immense power waiting to be unleashed to address both performance and
                            Function
                                                        complexity aspects of solutions to querying problems. This session demonstrates an array of problems
                                                        that can be handled with great efficiency and elegance by using the ROW_NUMBER function.
                                                                                                                                                                       Itzik Ben-Gan   6/8/2010   5:00PM

                                                        Are you tasked with managing your company's SQL Server instances just because you're "the Microsoft
                                                        person" in your environment? Worry not: Self-proclaimed "Jack of All Tech" and MVP Don Jones gives
                                                        you a crash course in SQL Server administration. Learn how SQL Server works, the right way to make
                                                        backups, and what replication, high availability, and scalability options are available -- and how to set
             Managing Microsoft SQL Server: For the     them up. Learn to make sense of SQL Server's security models, and to properly configure and maintain
 DAT203
                       "Reluctant" DBA                  both security and auditing. Also, learn about SQL Server performance tuning from the administration
                                                        side, including index tuning and maintenance, query profiling, and more. Learn the bad development
                                                        habits to watch out for, and how to tune performance for the databases used by your third-party
                                                        applications. You'll walk away having learned enough to be effective, boosting your resume and giving
                                                        you more confidence in your SQL Server skills!
                                                                                                                                                                        Don Jones      6/8/2010   5:00PM




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                                                       Database design has the greatest impact on performance, reliability, and security. Yet many IT
                                                       professionals focus only on the physical model of the database. This session takes a simple set of
              Database Design Methodologies for        requirements and decomposes the design process, using basic methodologies such as Entity
 DAT210
                    Microsoft SQL Server               Relationship Diagrams (ERD), Object-Role Modeling (ORM) and Unified Modeling Language (UML) to
                                                       create an effective design. It covers the basic tools you can use for each of these approaches for SQL
                                                       Server.                                                                                                  Buck Woody       6/8/2010   5:00PM

                                                       Microsoft Enterprise Library is a collection of reusable application blocks that help address common
                                                       problems that software engineers face when developing enterprise LOB applications. Over the years,
                                                       Enterprise Library grew larger, and arguably more complex than it really needs to be. In this session,
                                                       we share how we’ve made Enterprise Library 5.0 simpler to learn, to use and to extend. We discuss
             Microsoft Enterprise Library 5.0: A Lap   how we tackled internal and external complexity with architectural refactoring, fluent configuration
DEV02-INT
                            Around                     and the kind of testability improvements gained. We use common cross-cutting scenarios and demo
                                                       new features, including data accessors, new config tool, container independence, better error
                                                       management and debugging support and other improvements in the Logging block, Validation block,
                                                       and Data Access block. The session targets both architects and developers who are new to the
                                                       Enterprise Library and those who have previously used it.                                                Chris Tavares;
                                                                                                                                                                Grigori Melnik   6/8/2010   5:00PM
                                                       In this session we present how .NET developers can reuse their Windows Communication Foundation
                                                       (WCF) skills to take advantage of the integrated tooling and rich extensibility of a single WCF
            Implementing RESTful Services Using the
 DEV202                                                distributed programming framework including WCF WebHttp Services for RESTful services, WCF Data
                  Microsoft .NET Framework
                                                       Services and OData and WCF RIA Services for end-to-end Microsoft Silverlight application
                                                       development.                                                                                              Ron Jacobs      6/8/2010   5:00PM

                                                       There is no shortage of valuable data being generated by applications, reports, tools, Web sites, etc.
                                                       Unfortunately, this leaves many of us wishing we could programmatically access the data and logic
                                                       behind an app, report, or Web site. To break down data silos and increase the shared value of data and
                                                       its associated business logic through the Web, Microsoft has recently announced the Open Data
                                                       Protocol which enables exposing any data source as a Web-friendly data feed. Join this session to
 DEV208          Open Data for the Open Web
                                                       understand what the Open Data Protocol (OData) is and how it adds end-user and developer value to
                                                       many of Microsoft's leading products and services (such as SharePoint Server 2010, Microsoft
                                                       Codename "Dallas", Windows Azure, SQL Server Reporting Services, SQL Server PowerPivot for Excel,
                                                       Visual Studio, .NET, Silverlight, AJAX, etc.) and is accessible from a range of platforms such as Java and Douglas Purdy;
                                                       PHP.                                                                                                         Jonathan
                                                                                                                                                                     Carter      6/8/2010   5:00PM




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                                                      See how PreEmptive Solutions built an editor extension for Visual Studio 2010 that provides in-line
                                                      visualizations of usage and stability data collected from applications in production via Runtime
           Extending the Microsoft Visual Studio 2010
                                                      Intelligence Services. Learn about the new code editor’s extensibility model, how to write editor
 DEV306         Code Editor to Visualize Runtime
                                                      extensions using the Managed Extensibility Framework, how to interact with the text buffer, how to
                        Intelligence Data
                                                      create custom margins and Windows Presentation Foundation-based adornments, and how to
                                                      distribute the extension.
                                                                                                                                                                   Joe Kuemerle    6/8/2010   5:00PM
                                                        Own Visual Studio! Own it! If Visual Studio is where you spend the majority of your day, this session is       Dustin
 DEV315    Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Tips and Tricks for you. We look at tips and tricks to save you time, make Visual Studio easier to use, and simply make      Campbell;
                                                        you a nicer person.                                                                                          Scott Cate    6/8/2010   5:00PM

                                                        Scrum.org has introduced a Professional Scrum Developer program. As part of this program and in
                                                        collaboration with Accentient and Microsoft, Scrum.org has developed a .NET VS Professional Scrum
               Understand the Professional Scrum        Developer course specifically focused on the 2010 launch of Microsoft Visual Studio. In this talk,
 DPR205        Developer Training and Certification     Richard Hundhausen (President of Accentient) and Ken Schwaber (co-developer of Scrum and
                            Program                     President of Scrum.org) discuss the origins of the program, its goals, the combined and uniquely
                                                        integrated dimensions of the course, and the comprehensive and thorough certification that it entails.     Ken Schwaber;
                                                        Understand what you gain with this new certification and the impacts on your work and your career.            Richard
                                                                                                                                                                    Hundhausen 6/8/2010       5:00PM
                                                   Today, the enormous cost and complexity of compliance and risk is managed through manual labor and
                                                   disconnected processes within the organization. Customers are working diligently to drive efficiency
         Automating and Simplifying Compliance and
                                                   and increase confidence in meeting their compliance requirements for HIPPA, SOX and hundreds of
MGT06-INT Risk with Microsoft System Center and
                                                   other standards and regulations. Bring your questions about managing Compliance and Risk with
                  Service Manager 2010
                                                   Service Manager and learn how to automate the process and activities of Compliance and Risk
                                                   Management across the System Center product suite.
                                                                                                                                                                                   6/8/2010   5:00PM
                                                        Tired of hearing statistics about the high rate of failure for Enterprise Content Management (ECM)
              ECM for the Masses: How Microsoft         initiatives? In this session, learn about the new features in SharePoint 2010 and discover how
 OSP205      SharePoint Server 2010 Delivers on the     Microsoft is changing the game in ECM by bridging the worlds of traditional content management,
                            Promise                     social computing and search; all delivered seamlessly through Microsoft Office, Web browsers, and
                                                        mobile devices.                                                                                            Richard Riley   6/8/2010   5:00PM
                                                        SharePoint 2010 has new improvements for customizing the SharePoint user interface. The new
                                                        Ribbon interface is fully extensible, allowing you to add or remove pieces to easily customize the
                                                        experience. Also, new user interface controls such as the dialog framework and the status and
             Developing and Branding with the New
                                                        notification area allow you to inform or interact with the user without taking them out of the context
 OSP304       User Interface Features in Microsoft
                                                        of their task or the look and feel of SharePoint. This session shows you how to use EcmaScript to
                     SharePoint Server 2010
                                                        interact with these new user interface controls, using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010. It also describes
                                                        the options for branding a SharePoint site including CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) and Master Pages
                                                        support.
                                                                                                                                                                    Paul Stubbs    6/8/2010   5:00PM

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                                                     As Microsoft SharePoint secures its position in the Enterprise, it has never been more important to
            Help! My Users Are Everywhere: Designing
                                                     ensure its global reach to drive information worker adoption and productivity. Today’s global
 OSP312        (Developing) for a Global SharePoint
                                                     workforce requires access to information fast to rapidly respond to ever-changing business conditions,
                            Audience
                                                     poor performance and perception can mean the difference between success and failure.
                                                                                                                                                                   Joel Oleson    6/8/2010   5:00PM
            Secure Collaboration: Install and Configure This session dives deep into the application publishing scenarios and solutions for Microsoft Forefront
 SIA312      Remote Access for Microsoft SharePoint Unified Access Gateway. It includes a demonstration of how this product helps configuring remote
                        Server in an Hour               access for Microsoft SharePoint Server and other applications.
                                                                                                                                                                  Uri Lichtenfeld 6/8/2010   5:00PM
                                                     Information is one of our customers' most valuable assets. It must be protected, yet also be shareable.
                                                     Find out how Information Protection solution is the most effective approach to discovering, classifying,
               Business Ready Security: Protecting
                                                     and protecting confidential business data from inappropriate disclosure while still enabling necessary
 SIA322     Information with Microsoft Forefront and
                                                     business collaboration. Learn about the new partnership with RSA and our joint information protection
            Windows Server 2008 R2 Active Directory
                                                     solution that uses AD RMS and RSA DLP suite. Hear about MSIT's own internal deployment of the AD
                                                     RMS/RSA DLP solution.
                                                                                                                                                                  Cristian Mora   6/8/2010   5:00PM
                                                        Using Wireshark, the world’s most popular network analyzer, Laura delves into network
                                                        communications from suspect hosts -- hosts that have been compromised and hosts that are
                                                        performing a variety of discovery processes to locate potential targets. The traffic may include
            Death of Security: Breached Hosts/Stolen    evidence of scanning processes to and from suspect hosts, access to Command and Control (C&C)
 SIA335
                       Data/IP Espionage                servers, traffic to suspect locations and unusual data flow patterns. Sharing case studies of various
                                                        compromises that have occurred in the last 12 months, Laura customizes traffic views to highlight
                                                        some of the blatant indications of malicious activity such as unacceptable SMB Process High ID values,
                                                        botnet phone home communications, poisoning/redirection and more.
                                                                                                                                                                  Laura Chappell 6/8/2010    5:00PM
                                                        Microsoft offers enterprise and consumer cloud services and operates data centers world-wide, and
                                                        has many statutory and regulatory compliance requirements that it must meet. In order to better
                                                        manage the requirements of each, Microsoft’s Global Foundation Services security and compliance
                                                        team has built a compliance framework that is based on ISO/IEC 27002:2005 and extended it to
            Managing Complex Requirements for the       incorporate the compliance requirements, and built an information security management system on
SIA33-INT
                           Cloud                        ISO/IEC 27001:2005, and which is certified. In this highly interactive session listen to the people
                                                        responsible for managing compliance and the controls in the framework about how the information
                                                        security management system and framework was built and operates. Learn how you can take a similar
                                                        approach in your enterprise, to meet your compliance burden. Bring your questions and get straight
                                                                                                                                                                  John Howie;
                                                        answers!
                                                                                                                                                                  Mark Estberg    6/8/2010   5:00PM




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                                                        With the introduction of integrated email archiving and discovery features in Exchange 2010, you may
                                                        have found yourself asking “how do I decide what is the right email archiving approach for my                 Bryan Cote;
            Choosing the Right Archiving Solution for
UNC03-INT                                               organization?” This interactive session can offer you insights, by bringing together email archiving         Ian Hameroff;
               Microsoft Exchange Server 2010
                                                        experts from the Exchange product team and several eco-system partners to help answer your                    Nick Mehta;
                                                        questions around the built-in capabilities and how third-party solutions can extend these features.          Scott Whitney;
                                                                                                                                                                       Sean Regan   6/8/2010    5:00PM
                                                        In this session we explore all the core call routing and voice interoperability features and capability in
                                                        the new release of Communications Server. We review the architecture of interoperability as applied
             Microsoft Communications Server “14”:
 UNC314                                                 to different deployment topologies using Direct SIP and SIP Trunking, along with Communications
                       Voice Deployment
                                                        Server’s call routing, media bypass, number manipulation and many new features to allow enterprises
                                                        to manage calling.
                                                                                                                                                                      Jamie Stark    6/8/2010   5:00PM
                                                       As more and more customers start to plan desktop virtualization, best practices for virtualizing end
                                                       user profile and data is a topic that generates many questions. For example, what’s the best way to
            Microsoft User State Virtualization: Which make end user data accessible from any PC? How do you best enable users to roam? When should user
VIR05-INT                                                                                                                                                      Santhosh
                   Technologies Should I Use?          profile settings roam and what comprises a user profile? Come and learn about these topics as well as
                                                                                                                                                             Panchapagesa
                                                       the new Windows 7 improvements in Roaming User Profiles, Folder Redirection, and Offline File
                                                                                                                                                               m; Wole
                                                       technology during this session.
                                                                                                                                                                Moses                6/8/2010   5:00PM
                                                  Networking is one of the most critical components in a successful virtualization solution. This session is
                                                  focused on enabling you to plan and develop effective virtualization solutions that build on and utilize
            Networking and Windows Server 2008 R2
 VIR310                                           the great networking features in Windows Server and Hyper-V ensuring the most successful
             Hyper-V: Deployment Considerations
                                                  virtualization solution possible. We discuss networking considerations such as the use of VLANs,
                                                                                                                                                                     Taylor Brown;
                                                  network teaming, load balancing, jumbo frames, monitoring, quality of service, and more.
                                                                                                                                                                      Vijay Tewari   6/8/2010   5:00PM
            How to Manage and Deploy the Find and       This session helps you understand how to better manage and deploy the Find and Organize features of
 WCL307                                                                                                                                                              Anthony (AJ)
               Organize Features in Windows 7           Windows 7, such as Libraries, Windows Search, Federated Search, and Enterprise Search Scopes.
                                                                                                                                                                        Smith        6/8/2010   5:00PM
                                                   In this session, learn how to create a Windows PE 3.0 iso that can be burned to a CD or a USB flash
        Using Windows Preinstallation Environment disk, and then use the disk to boot to Windows PE on malfunctioning systems and recover data, repair
 WCL318 (PE) 3.0 to Troubleshoot and Fix Problems, hard disks, partitions and/or volumes. We cover in-depth the various tools present in Windows PE and
          and to Capture and Deploy WIM Images how they aid recovery and repair. Then we demonstrate using PE with imagex.exe to capture a
                                                   sysprepped reference image, and then deploy the image to another computer.
                                                                                                                                                                     Dave Franklyn   6/8/2010   5:00PM

            Building Rich Business Clients in Microsoft The visual designer for Silverlight and WPF Applications in Visual Studio 2010 is designed to help you
WEB08-INT     Silverlight and Windows Presentation      build Rich Business Clients easily. Come to this highly interactive session and tell us about your top       Mark Boulter;
                  Foundation: Feedback Session          priorities for future releases of the designer.                                                              Mark Wilson-
                                                                                                                                                                       Thomas        6/8/2010   5:00PM

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            Roundtable: Windows Embedded @ TechEd
WEM08-INT
              2011: Tell Us What You Want to Learn
                                                                                                                                                              Olivier Bloch   6/8/2010   5:00PM
                                                  Join one of the world’s foremost deployment experts in a dazzling session on how to deploy Windows
                                                  Embedded Standard and Windows Embedded POSReady with style... all using state-of-the-art
                                                  management and deployment platforms like Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM)
            Deploying Windows Embedded Standard 7 2007, Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) and Windows Automated Installation Kit (WAIK),
 WEM301
                          with Style              including Windows PE. Learn the inner works of Sysprep in the Embedded world, how to handle
                                                  drivers, updates, and how to create the perfect embedded image using the Windows Embedded Studio
                                                  tools. If you need to deploy Windows Embedded, or are thinking about deploying it, this is the one
                                                                                                                                                                Johan
                                                  session you cannot afford to miss.
                                                                                                                                                              Arwidmark       6/8/2010   5:00PM
                                                      The Silverlight development environment has proven itself to be a rich, capable, and adaptable
                                                      runtime that has reached across platforms to support Windows, the Mac and the Web. Silverlight has
                                                      now become the application platform for Windows Phone 7, which is great news for new and existing
                                                      Silverlight developers looking to support this exciting new phone platform. To ensure the best
                                                      experience for mobile users, apps built for Windows Phone 7 must implement an occasionally-
                                                      connected pattern of development that Silverlight developers for the other platforms may find
                                                      unfamiliar.
               Developing Occasionally Connected
 WPH306
               Applications for Windows Phone 7
                                                      In this session, learn how to build mobile apps that adjust their behavior based on changing network
                                                      conditions. Also learn how to conquer unreliable wireless networks by implementing RESTful principles
                                                      to ensure your messages are both compact and fast. Then take those WCF REST services and use them
                                                      to retrieve database tables, rows, and columns in order to drive the behavior of your mobile
                                                      applications. Finally, learn how to build an in-memory database that you can query with LINQ and save
                                                      its data to Isolated Storage to ensure that your Windows Phone apps keep working regardless of
                                                      network conditions.                                                                                     Rob Tiffany     6/8/2010   5:00PM

                                                      Windows Server has come a long way since the days of Windows NT 3.51. Large organizations including
                                                      banks, stock exchanges and manufacturers are running Windows Server for Business Critical workloads.
               Building a Business Critical System:   All of these application scenarios are different but each require well-designed systems with the
 WSV202
              Technology, Architecture, and Process   architecture to support demanding highly-available requirements. We’ve been pulling together this     Larry Mead;
                                                      information along with customer scenarios, and in this session we show you how these systems are         Robert
                                                      designed, where you can get guidance, and how you can deliver business critical functionality.       Shiveley; Scott
                                                                                                                                                            Rosenbloom 6/8/2010          5:00PM




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  Code                        Title                                                                    Abstract                                                       Speaker         Date      Time

                                                    The new management features built into Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 are the foundation for
            Managing and Deploying High Performance deploying and managing HPC clusters of scale up to 1000 nodes. Join us for a deep dive in monitoring
WSV320       Computing Clusters Using Windows HPC and diagnostic tools, a review of the updated heat-map and template-based deployment. We also
                        Server 2008 R2              cover the new PowerShell-based scripting capabilities: the basics of management shell, as well as the
                                                    underlying design and key concepts, new Reporting Capabilities, and a discussion on network boot.
                                                                                                                                                                     Saptak Sen      6/8/2010   5:00PM
                                                       Every five to ten years the world of computer programming is facing now a new paradigm shift, like
                                                       GUI, object orientation, or generics. Right now we are facing a new paradigm shift, the multi-core one.
                                                       Successful research in this area has been done for the past 30 years, but we are still not using the
ARC02-INT       Patterns for Parallel Programming      results efficiently. A pattern is a working solution to a recurring problem, and parallel/multi-core
                                                       programming has its own problems which led to a set of patterns. Come and learn about which
                                                       patterns exists in the area of parallel/multi-core programming and how they can be used with
                                                       Microsoft Visual Studio 2010.
                                                                                                                                                                    Tiberiu Covaci   6/9/2010   8:00AM
                                                       The concepts of rule engines and meta-data aren’t new from a technology perspective, but more
                                                       organizations are having success in execution when they begin from an architectural approach and
                                                       provide domain experts with appropriate tools for defining and managing decision logic. User managed
                                                       business logic and self-service customization are proving themselves out as significant factors in the
                                                       software lifecycle. The most apparent impact is on the bottom line maintenance cost and change turn-
                                                       around time. Business logic automation focuses on the tools and techniques which support domain
              Getting to the Handshake: Leveraging     experts in directly defining application behavior.
 ARC301        Business Rule Technology through
                Architecture, Design and Practice      Business logic automation design philosophy forms the foundation for managing change necessary in
                                                       agile organizations (like the banking, insurance, healthcare, and other relegated industries) resulting in
                                                       software that embraces the process of adaptation to the unknown business requirements of
                                                       tomorrow.

                                                       The focus of this session is the design process for streamlining the translation from business intent into
                                                       realized application behavior in a practical, hands-on business-based environment. We walk through              Loren
                                                       the entire rules-based lifecycle, from facilitating design sessions, to creating new types of artifacts,       Goodman        6/9/2010   8:00AM




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                                                       Companies worldwide are enjoying the benefits and efficiencies that can be realized through a well-
                                                       defined and implement Service-Oriented Architecture strategy. For many, with the recent “go-live” of
                                                       the Windows Azure platform, intriguing new architectural patterns for distributed, loosely-coupled
                                                       applications are being made possible, allowing them to fundamentally re-think how they build and
                                                       consume applications.

            Real-World SOA with Microsoft .NET and     In this session we explore what it means to realize the benefits of service-oriented architectures on the
 ASI202
                        Windows Azure                  Microsoft .NET Framework, and see that exposing legacy assets by means of Web services whilst being
                                                       necessary is not sufficient. We explore various on-premise and off-premise real-world SOA-related
                                                       capabilities, examine a number of design patterns, and drill-down into what it takes to bridge from on-
                                                       premise to the Windows Azure platform.
                                                                                                                                                                   Brian Loesgen;
                                                       Speakers for this session consist of authors from the recently-released “SOA with .NET and Windows             Christoph
                                                       Azure” book and also co-authors of the SOA Manifesto.                                                       Schittko; John
                                                                                                                                                                     DeVadoss     6/9/2010    8:00AM
                                                       Learn how Studio Moderna, a multi-channel retailer in over 20 countries, has used Microsoft Business
            From Microsoft Access 1997 to Microsoft    Intelligence to grow their business. From the early days of Access to the current offerings within
 BIC203      SharePoint/Office 2010 in 7 Years with    Microsoft Office 2010, Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 and Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2, Studio
             Multi-Channel Retailer Studio Moderna     Moderna is able to provide real-time value and improve efficiencies. This session includes a demo of         Matej Kralj;
                                                       some of their recent work.                                                                                   Miha Kovac     6/9/2010   8:00AM

                                                       PerformancePoint Services in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 is the next generation performance
                                                       management application from Microsoft. While the feature set of the product is mature and
                                                       comprehensive, there is opportunity for the developer to extend the out-of-the-box functionality using
                                                       custom extensions, scorecard transforms and custom Web Parts.
            Extending the Out-of-the-Box Features of
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                PerformancePoint Services 2010         This is an advanced session that requires attendees to be familiar with the feature set of
                                                       PerformancePoint Services 2010. Learn about Tabular Data Source, Report and Filter extensions, and
                                                       how Scorecard Transformations can be employed to change the appearance, contents, or functionality
                                                       of scorecards. Also, learn how custom Web Parts can be developed to send data to, or receive data
                                                       from, PerformancePoint Web Parts.
                                                                                                                                                                    Peter Myers    6/9/2010   8:00AM




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                                                       PowerPivot presents an interesting challenge for debugging and figuring out what is happening when
                                                       problems occur. There are a lot of moving parts on a running farm. PowerPivot uses a mixture of
                                                       SharePoint and SQL logging, tracing and debugging. In this chalk talk we review the various logs and
              Tips and Tricks for Troubleshooting a    trace files that are generated by SharePoint and SQL (and how they map to PowerPivot features). We
BIE22-INT     Microsoft SQL Server PowerPivot for      take some common usage scenarios, inject faults, and show how you identify and rectify the problem.
                     SharePoint Installation           When do you look at IIS logs; when the NT event log; when SQL? And what do you do on a large farm
                                                       where the various machine logs and traces are not consolidated. A customer’s first impression of a new
                                                       product is all-important. This chalk talk is designed to help you guide customers, whether you are a TS,
                                                       MCS, or support person. We give you the knowledge that will help you help your customers.
                                                                                                                                                                  Dave Wickert     6/9/2010   8:00AM
                                                       Learn how to extend Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 or SharePoint Server 2010 with the
             Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Reporting
                                                       power of SQL Server Reporting Services. SQL Server Reporting Services enables end-users to view,
 BIE310        Services Integration with Microsoft                                                                                                                   Neeraja
                                                       manage and deliver enterprise reports through the SharePoint. This session covers the new features
                     SharePoint Server 2010                                                                                                                       Divakaruni; Yi
                                                       enabled for SharePoint integration in the SQL Server 2008 R2 Reporting Services release.
                                                                                                                                                                      Liao         6/9/2010   8:00AM

                                                       Everyone is excited about Microsoft Office and SharePoint 2010 launch, and many have shown interest
                                                       in extending those tools enterprise-wide with an end-to-end BI solution that will satisfy the needs of
                                                       the most advanced users as well as the broader information worker community. Join us for this session
                                                       to see the only BI solution specifically designed for the Microsoft platform supporting relational, OLAP
            Unleash the Power of PowerPivot in Your
BIP09-INT                                              and PowerPivot data sources. The session focuses on tight integration with PowerPivot that enables
                          Enterprise
                                                       users to perform even more sophisticated analysis, build interactive reports or create executive
                                                       dashboards -- all in a fully secure and collaborative manner for teams and groups, sourcing natively
                                                       from PowerPivot. Learn about new innovative ways to instantly access and analyze PowerPivot cubes
                                                       with unified data security system, making PowerPivot ready for enterprise-wide deployments.              Mike Delgado;
                                                                                                                                                                 Oren Fital   6/9/2010        8:00AM

                                                     The audience will actively participate as we analyze requirements, design, build, and deploy a real-
                                                     world BI solution from the ground up. Participants provide some of the data, help white-board a
             Designing and Building an End-to-End
                                                     solution (using a simplified business scenario) and then see an enterprise solution grow before their
               Business Intelligence Solution with
 BIP202                                              very eyes. In this fast-paced, real-world simulation, you design a business data warehouse using SQL
            Microsoft SQL Server 2008 and SharePoint
                                                     Server 2008 optimizations, build automated ETL processes, design OLAP cubes using new features in
                             Services
                                                     Analysis Services, and quickly design reports using the new Report Builder 3.0. We design dashboard
                                                     pages and bring the entire solution to life in a SharePoint BI portal site.
                                                                                                                                                                   Paul Turley     6/9/2010   8:00AM




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 Code                         Title                                                                    Abstract                                                      Speaker         Date      Time

                                                        Technical Debt is a metaphor introduced by Ward Cunningham to describe the result of “quick and
                                                        dirty” software design. Taking on small strategic debts can help you get a project completed faster, but
                                                        then you need to go back and repay that debt. Accumulating large debt takes on a new dimension,
BOF15-DV        Stop Drowning In Technical Debt!        where just servicing the interest on the debt dominates development activity. What is the price of
                                                        accumulating too much technical debt? Does your organization or team recognize technical debt? How
                                                        do you measure it, communicate it, and pay it down? If this metaphor rings true for you, come share
                                                        your experiences and insights in this discussion.
                                                                                                                                                                   Dennis Bottjer   6/9/2010   8:00AM
                                                   Paper or Plastic? Are you using SharePoint for Document Imaging or even considering it for that
                                                   purpose? If so, let’s talk about the features of SharePoint OOB and the various options, technologies,
BOF27-IT Document Imaging for Microsoft SharePoint
                                                   and tools to get those documents out of those file cabinets and into the electronic repository. Share
                                                   some success stories or scare the group with your horror stories, it’s all welcome at this BOF.
                                                                                                                                                                 Kevin Ells  6/9/2010          8:00AM
                                                        When architecting and developing cloud applications, you now have the ability to directly impact the
                                                        cost for running your application. In this session, learn about the Windows Azure Platform pricing
 COS306        The Economics of Cloud Computing
                                                        model, the service level agreements for the platform, and the top cost considerations you should make
                                                        when architecting your application.                                                                   Dianne O'Brien 6/9/2010          8:00AM

                                                        The addition of virtualization support has changed the way architects and DBAs need to look at
                                                        availability in the SQL Server world. How does Hyper-V Live Migration or vMWare's vMotion work in
                                                        conjunction with existing SQL Server availability technologies like log shipping, database mirroring, or
                                                        replication? As you architect your SQL Server infrastructure virtually, what do you need to know to
                                                        ensure that you help provide the best solution using available technologies? Through demonstration
           Architecting and Using Microsoft SQL Server
                                                        using a scenario-based approach, learn when and how to use virtualization availability features and
DAT303       Availability Technologies in a Virtualized
                                                        Windows Failover Clustering in combination with SQL Server technologies and the impact of combining
                               World
                                                        them. See how Live Migration does not cover you in all cases and how database mirroring and other
                                                        SQL Server features can enhance your virtual infrastructure to ensure databases continue to operate
                                                        when things go wrong. We also evaluate using a mixture of virtual and physical environments for SQL
                                                        Server and the impact on availability when combining them. Come to this session and get answers to            Damir
                                                        questions your managers or customers will be asking you, if they are not already.                          Bersinic; Joel
                                                                                                                                                                     Shalaby        6/9/2010   8:00AM
                                                   In this session we cover SQL Server Upgrade options, methodology, tools and planning, technical and
       Microsoft SQL Server Upgrade, 2000 - 2005 - non-technical considerations along with common issues, myths and mistakes. We include the
DAT312  2008: Notes and Best Practices from the exhaustive list of all upgrade issues with end-to-end coverage or in-depth drilldown of all SQL Server
                          Field                    2005 and 2008 features. A prerequisite for the attendee is operational familiarity with SQL Server
                                                                                                                                                                   Satya Shyam K
                                                   2000/2005 along with basic knowledge of SQL Server 2008.
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  Code                        Title                                                                    Abstract                                                    Speaker         Date      Time

                                                        The Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR) brings the power of dynamic languages to Microsoft .NET. It
                                                        provides the plumbing for IronPython and IronRuby, a shared language hosting API, and also enables
                Using Dynamic Languages to Build
DEV10-INT                                               interoperability with static languages like C# and Visual Basic. Come hear how you can leverage these
                     Scriptable Applications
                                                        technologies in your own applications, and learn why dynamic languages deserve a spot in your
                                                        toolbox!                                                                                                 Dino Vieland     6/9/2010   8:00AM
                                                      Visual Studio 2010 is a huge release for C++ developers. We have rebuilt the IDE to scale to huge
            Scale and Productivity for C++ Developers
 DEV319                                               source bases spanning tens of thousands of files and millions of lines of code, all while providing new
                with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010
                                                      code-focused productivity boosts. Come see it in action!
                                                                                                                                                                  Boris Jabes     6/9/2010   8:00AM

                                                        The Model-View-ViewModel design pattern is one of the best ways to build a maintainable and
                                                        testable UI in Microsoft Silverlight or Windows Presentation Foundation. The MVVM pattern is
                                                        emerging as one of the most popular ways to build XAML presentation layers. The Visual Studio 2010
            Using the MVVM Design Pattern with the
                                                        XAML designer makes certain assumptions around data binding that improve productivity, but can
 DEV322        Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 XAML
                                                        make the use of MVVM challenging. This is particularly true if your goal is to never type any XAML by
                            Designer
                                                        hand or have any code-behind a XAML form; goals any Silverlight or WPF developer should appreciate.
                                                        In this session learn how to apply the MVVM pattern while fully leveraging the XAML designer, and so
                                                        minimizing code and effort while maximizing productivity and long-term maintainability.                    Rockford
                                                                                                                                                                    Lhotka        6/9/2010   8:00AM
                                                      Invalid requirements, new technologies, a fixed cost, and a deadline of 10 weeks and not one day
               ALM Success Story: How Blending        more. Good times. Learn how one team used Microsoft Visual Studio Team System to blend various
 DPR301     Methodologies Prevented a Potential Train aspects of CMMI, Scrum, Kanban and Lean to turn a potential disaster into a stunning success. This
                             Wreck                    session will inspire you and your organization to examine your software development methodology
                                                      and identify areas for process improvement.
                                                                                                                                                                 Steve Porter     6/9/2010   8:00AM

           Ask the Experts: Microsoft System Center The next release of Configuration Manager is coming! Bring your questions about how to deploy the               Jeffrey
MGT04-INT Configuration Manager v.Next Deployment latest version of this popular product and how to leverage the new user-centric client management               Sutherland;
                        and Operation               features.                                                                                                    John Vintzel;
                                                                                                                                                                  Wally Mead      6/9/2010   8:00AM
                                                        Get a first-hand understanding of the implementation details and capabilities of Microsoft System
             Managing the World’s Largest Corporate     Center Operations Manager R2 as it is used to manage the System Health of enterprise scale Web
 MGT303       Online Services (Microsoft.com and        platforms such as Microsoft.com and Microsoft Update. Includes scenarios for single location or global
             Windows Update) Using System Center        multi-data center, leveraging Performance & Event collections for Incident Management and Trending
                                                        Analytics, Application Monitoring, and as a framework to integrate into Service Manager.
                                                                                                                                                                  Brian Copps     6/9/2010   8:00AM
                                                        Perhaps the most important considerations when planning a SharePoint deployment are: how do I
                From N to Z: Authentication and
                                                        authenticate my users and how do I ensure they have access to the content they need? This session
 OSP311       Authorization in Microsoft SharePoint
                                                        describes the investments made in SharePoint 2010 as related to Authentication and Authorization,
                           Server 2010
                                                        where one method merits consideration over another, and why.
                                                                                                                                                                 Richard Taylor   6/9/2010   8:00AM
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  Code                        Title                                                                   Abstract                                                  Speaker         Date      Time

                                                      Microsoft Office 2010 expands your productivity solution options by offering improved development
           Microsoft Office 2010: Developing the Next options and tools, simplified solution design, richer programmability for Office data and formats, and
 OSP313
                 Wave of Productivity Solutions       deeper integration with SharePoint platform services. Learn how to use Microsoft Office and related
                                                                                                                                                               Jill Maguire;
                                                      products to address a wide variety of scenarios with custom solutions.
                                                                                                                                                               John Durant     6/9/2010   8:00AM
                                                       SharePoint Server 2010 delivers a rich new environment for managing and authoring Web content,
            Upgrading and Improving Microsoft Office   along with a wide range of platform improvements. In this session we demonstrate a live upgrade of a
              SharePoint Server 2007 WCM Sites to      SharePoint site from SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint 2010. Along the way, we discuss key upgrade
 OSP319
              SharePoint Server 2010 Web Content       considerations, review the changes required to implement the fluent UI for content authoring and
                          Management                   show how to enable new features like video streaming, tagging, ratings, and wikis in a publishing
                                                                                                                                                                 Andrew
                                                       scenario.
                                                                                                                                                                 Connell       6/9/2010   8:00AM
                                                       Learn how Microsoft does Defense in Depth! In this session we discuss how Microsoft defends itself
                                                       from attack. We also review the new attacks that are happening today and what you can do to prevent
                                                       them.

SIA05-INT Microsoft Defense in Depth: An Inside Look! As the attack landscape changes, organizations have to implement new layers of defense. It becomes
                                                      critical to understand how all the layers work together to create an end-to-end defense model. As you
                                                      add more security solutions, the management of the layers becomes ever more critical to stop the
                                                      attacks. This session reviews each of the technologies implemented today by Microsoft IT and provides
                                                      best practices for your organization.
                                                                                                                                                           Patrick Hevesi      6/9/2010   8:00AM
                                                      Come and learn how new Forefront Protection 2010 for SharePoint (FPSP) features protect Microsoft
            Secure Collaboration: Microsoft Forefront
 SIA315                                               SharePoint Server 2010 and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 collaboration deployments against
            Protection 2010 for SharePoint Deep Dive
                                                      malware attacks.                                                                                      Mitchell Hall      6/9/2010   8:00AM
                                                      Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager (FIM) includes rich features across multiple platforms.
                                                      Troubleshooting FIM requires broad domain knowledge such as Active Directory, SharePoint, Exchange,
           Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager 2010: SQL, Windows Communication Foundation, Workflow Foundation, and ILM 2007. We walk you through
 SIA319
                          In Production               how to manage FIM in production by showing common troubleshooting approaches, migrating
                                                      configuration, and common resolutions. The session is appropriate for attendees who plan to configure
                                                      or administer FIM for customers.
                                                                                                                                                               Joe Schulman    6/9/2010   8:00AM




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  Code                        Title                                                                    Abstract                                                       Speaker        Date      Time


                                                       Everyone has heard about hackers. It is commonly known that their jobs differ from system
                                                       administrator jobs. However, things they do in their darkened rooms are definitely interesting and
                                                       worth knowing. Many of the techniques they use are very useful in everyday administration tasks. A
                                                       Hackers' knowledge is considered to be valuable, both by system creators and common users. As an IT
             Useful Hacker Techniques: Which Part of
                                                       security auditor, I know that administrators do not have to be taught how to be a hacker; it is often
 SIA333        Hackers' Knowledge Will Help You in
                                                       enough to show them one simple, but very interesting tool or technique, to change the point of view
                    Efficient IT Administration?
                                                       on their own IT environment. Topics covered in this session help you to feel for the hacker's role and
                                                       evaluate your network from their point of view. Be careful -- this session is designed for IT and Security
                                                       professionals who want to take their skills and knowledge to the next level. After this session you will
                                                       be familiar with hacker techniques which can be useful to protect yourself against.                              Paula
                                                                                                                                                                    Januszkiewicz   6/9/2010   8:00AM
                                                       You’ve just started down the road to your first voice deployment with Communications Server – now
              Microsoft Communications Server "14":    what? Come hear from implementers, partners and the Communications Server product team on how
UNC06-INT
                     Voice Post Deployment             you can ensure a great quality experience with Communications Server Voice for the second day after            Francois
                                                       deployment and beyond.                                                                                        Doremieux      6/9/2010   8:00AM
                                                    RBAC is the new administration model for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. Exchange 2010 offers the
           Role Based Access Control (RBAC) in      capabilities to improve efficiencies with the Exchange administrative experience. In this session we
 UNC302 Microsoft Exchange Server 2010: A Real-Life cover the general background of RBAC and the differences between that and granular delegation in
                     Implementation                 legacy versions of Exchange. We also dive into the pieces of RBAC and how they fit together, and show
                                                                                                                                                                       Dustin
                                                    you how RBAC can be implemented in a real-life scenario.
                                                                                                                                                                      Johnson       6/9/2010   8:00AM
                                                  This session covers new meeting features in Microsoft Communications Server “14”, specifically the
         Microsoft Communications Server “14”:
                                                  rich and reach capabilities that are relevant for organizations. This session helps you understand the
 UNC318 What's New in Conferencing Experience and                                                                                                                     Cameron
                                                  infrastructure required to support the new conferencing scenarios, including conferencing
                        Backend                                                                                                                                      Parker; Tim
                                                  architecture, topology, administrative control, monitoring and archiving.
                                                                                                                                                                        Carr        6/9/2010   8:00AM
                                                   This session covers common App-V customer scenarios. The scenarios span the suite of the Application
          Top Customer Scenarios and an End-to-End Virtualization product components providing a comprehensive perspective on the scenarios covered.
VIR11-INT      Review of Microsoft Application     Learn the specific end-to-end features also encompassing multiple parts of the App-V product. Finally,
                                                                                                                                                                       Derrick
                    Virtualization (App-V)         gain insight on App-V features and components, and understand the customer benefits of Application
                                                                                                                                                                      Wavomba;
                                                   Virtualization.
                                                                                                                                                                    Sean Donahue 6/9/2010      8:00AM
                                                      Even though we haven't published performance data for Hyper-V R2, we have done some internal
                                                      testing and seen that Hyper-V R2 performs really well compared to Hyper-V R1. It performs well
                 Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V
                                                      enough that our Microsoft SharePoint Server, SQL Server, and Exchange Server teams will recommend
 VIR315     Performance Analysis: How You Can Get the
                                                      that Hyper-V R2 is the best place to run these applications. See some of the performance data and how
                      Most out of Hyper-V
                                                      it stacks up. Learn how to properly identify resource bottlenecks in your Hyper-V solution, how to
                                                                                                                                                            Clint Huffman;
                                                      avoid common Hyper-V performance pitfalls, and best practices for performant solutions.
                                                                                                                                                            Kenon Owens             6/9/2010   8:00AM

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  Code                        Title                                                                    Abstract                                                         Speaker         Date      Time

                                                      This session dives into new APIs that enable integration with the latest Windows desktop features.
                                                      Learn about new extensibility methods to surface your application's key tasks. Discover how
               Optimizing Your Application for the    enhancements to the taskbar, Start Menu, thumbnails and their desktop elements provide new ways
 WCL312
                  Windows 7 User Experience           for you to delight your users. Learn about Federated Search and the new Scenic Ribbon. This talk is a
                                                      must for application developers who want to provide the best user experience for their applications on
                                                      Windows 7.
                                                                                                                                                                      Yochay Kiriaty   6/9/2010   8:00AM
                                                      Join Andreas Hammarskjold and Johan Arwidmark, two of the world’s foremost deployment experts in
                                                      a dazzling session that gives you the tools and processes to use when troubleshooting OS Deployments
             Troubleshooting Microsoft Deployment     using Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) 2010 Lite Touch. Learn about common issues and their
 WCL317
                    Toolkit 2010 Lite Touch           workarounds, parsing log files, driver handling, WinPE, PXE Troubleshooting, Unknown Computers, and
                                                      much more. We share our notes from the field, and our tips and tricks for making OS Deployment using
                                                                                                                                                                         Johan
                                                      MDT 2010 Lite Touch even better.
                                                                                                                                                                       Arwidmark       6/9/2010   8:00AM
                                                   Internet Explorer 8 has support for many HTML5 features, but do you know what they are or how to
                                                   use them? We provide a quick overview of those features, see how they’re supported, and then dive
          Using HTML5 Features in Windows Internet
WEB06-INT                                          into the code and see real examples of how they work. We take an existing Web site, and implement
                         Explorer 8
                                                   HTML5 features to make the Web site more performant, and powerful in Internet Explorer 8, and other
                                                   browsers that have support for some HTML5 features.
                                                                                                                                                                      Pete LePage      6/9/2010   8:00AM
                                                      Silverlight is different. Because Silverlight applications typically live outside the firewall, securing them
                                                      requires an additional level of finesse. There are several security vectors that must be considered when
                                                      using Silverlight including securing your application from intruders, eavesdroppers, and users
 WEB312           Securing Microsoft Silverlight
                                                      themselves. This means you need to know how to protect your code, your data, and your servers from
                                                      the nefarious. In this session, Shawn Wildermuth shows you how to protect yourself from these
                                                                                                                                                                         Shawn
                                                      threats.
                                                                                                                                                                       Wildermuth      6/9/2010   8:00AM
                                                      The Mobile Web has been a long time in coming, and now that it’s here, it’s a force that you and your
                                                      business can’t afford to ignore. What has made all of this possible is the combination of ever-more-
              Designing and Developing for the Rich   powerful devices, fast network connections, and highly capable mobile browsers. In this session, learn
 WPH310
                          Mobile Web                  how to build sites that work well and look great on Windows Phone OS 7 and across mobile devices.
                                                      We cover the core mobile Web scenarios, preparing content for mobile, and tips and techniques for
                                                      debugging and testing your sites.
                                                                                                                                                                       Joe Marini      6/9/2010   8:00AM
                                                      BranchCache is a key new feature in Windows Server 2008 R2. This session allows you to ask the
              BranchCache: Designing the Microsoft
WSV02-INT                                             questions on how to design, deploy, secure, and support this feature that helps organizations reduce
                Windows Server Branch Strategy
                                                      costs within their branch infrastructure.                                                                       Manish Kalra     6/9/2010   8:00AM




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Code                        Title                                                                    Abstract                                                     Speaker         Date      Time

                                                     You're using WSUS, but are you using it to its fullest extent? In this tips and tricks session, learn the
             Best Practices in Architecting and      best ways to architect and implement WSUS for the improved security of your organization. Learn the
WSV208     Implementing Windows Server Update        best ways to manage your updates on both servers and clients for high-reliability application. Plus,
                     Services (WSUS)                 learn a few tricks to speed up the update installation process, as well as ways to enforce that updates
                                                     are installed to computers in your environment.
                                                                                                                                                                 Greg Shields    6/9/2010   8:00AM

                                                     Remote Desktop Services has provided many device redirection mechanisms supporting access of
                                                     locally attached devices from rich clients. With VDI becoming prominent and the increased use of thin
                                                     clients in VDI scenarios, we are introducing a new USB device redirection fuctionality as part of our
                                                     new RemoteFX user experience enhancements in RDP. This session discusses how the new USB device
                                                     redirection feature fits in with the higher-level device redirection mechanisms RDP already supports
            Microsoft RemoteFX: USB and Device
WSV309                                               and also drills down into the details of the new feature – what categories of USB devices are
                         Support
                                                     supported, deployment guidelines with thin and rich clients, and system architecture. A VDI
                                                     deployment cannot be complete without enabling a great user experience, which includes the ability
                                                     to access local devices in the remote virtual machine. If you want to learn about RemoteFX and how it
                                                     bolsters Microsoft’s user experience story for, and if you want to see the new USB redirection feature
                                                     in action with a few interesting demos, this is your session!
                                                                                                                                                                 Nelly Porter    6/9/2010   8:00AM
                                                  More and more developers are starting to use messaging patterns and domain models in their N-Tier
                                                  architectures. Many are surprised by the added complexity and beginning to wonder,
ARC302   Command Query Responsibility Segregation
                                                  was it worth it? Join Udi as he describes the missing pattern which brings simplicity back to distributed
                                                  systems architecture.
                                                                                                                                                                  Udi Dahan      6/9/2010   9:45AM

                                                     Stateful client-based technologies for user interfaces, such as Silverlight, require more sophisticated
                                                     design and architecture for the client tier than typical Web applications. This session discusses options
                                                     for the construction of a client-based navigation shell, including existing options such as RIA Services
            Client-Tier Architecture for Microsoft   and Prizm, and alternate designs that offer a different balance of capabilities. Implementation of
ARC401
                          Silverlight                capabilities such as data validation, temporary caching of unsaved data to allow for network downtime,
                                                     and graceful shutdown are all discussed. Various options are presented for the service layer, including
                                                     RIA Services and native Windows Communication Foundation (WCF). The session features a working
                                                     model that attendees can use as a starting point for their own projects.
                                                                                                                                                                  Billy Hollis   6/9/2010   9:45AM




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  Code                         Title                                                                  Abstract                                                    Speaker        Date      Time

                                                  As a Microsoft TAP partner, ADERANT, a leading international ISV specializing in professional services
                                                  management software, has been hands-on with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 and Microsoft .NET
                                                  Framework 4 for nearly 18 months. In this time we've built our embedded enterprise workflow product
           Real-World Microsoft .NET Framework 4:
                                                  and services to take advantage of the new features, in particular Windows Workflow Foundation (WF)
ASI02-INT How ADERANT Expert Leverages WF 4, WCF
                                                  4, Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) 4 and Windows Server AppFabric. During this session
               4 and Windows Server AppFabric
                                                  we walk you through the changes we made, why we made them and how we are leveraging Visual
                                                  Studio 2010, .NET Framework 4, and AppFabric to build software that runs in the world’s largest law
                                                  firms.
                                                                                                                                                                Stefan Sewell   6/9/2010   9:45AM
                                                      The distributed in-memory caching capabilities of Windows Server AppFabric will change how you
                                                      think about scaling your Microsoft .NET-connected applications. Come learn how the distributed
            Windows Server AppFabric Caching: What It nature of the cache allows large amounts of data to be stored in-memory for extremely fast access,
 ASI313
                 Is and When You Should Use It        how AppFabric’s integration with Microsoft ASP.NET makes it easy to add low-latency data caching
                                                      across the Web farm, and discover the unique high availability features of AppFabric which will bring
                                                      new degrees of scale to your data tier.
                                                                                                                                                                Jon Flanders    6/9/2010   9:45AM
                                                        Get an overview of the SQL Server Reporting Services architecture and deployment topologies. This
             Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services
BIE18-INT                                               session covers some details on the internals of Reporting Services like Report Server and Report
                          Architecture
                                                        Processing Engine and their role in the execution and management of reports.
                                                                                                                                                                   Yi Liao      6/9/2010   9:45AM

                                                        While your enterprise applications and infrastructure technology change rapidly, the underlying
                                                        Information Architecture must transcend those evolutions and persist data consistently over long
                                                        periods of time. Arguably, no other aspect of any architecture has similar expectations regarding its
                                                        near-infinite longevity. Master Data Services, a new component of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 aims
                                                        to deliver the best of Master Data Management in a simple and practical way. This session introduces
              Architecture of Master Data Services in
 BIE301                                                 the basis of the MDM process: data acquisition and import, modelling, and export through
                  Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2
                                                        subscriptions. We pay particular attention to the new data modelling architecture and its taxonomy
                                                        before diving into a practical demo of this technology. This session’s main aim is to show you an
                                                        innovative way to better manage, track, audit for compliance, and deliver multiple versions of the
                                                        same data to a multitude of operational, line-of-business, warehouse, and analytical systems which
                                                        you run today.                                                                                             John
                                                                                                                                                                 McAllister     6/9/2010   9:45AM
                                                    The users are using your dashboard, but they need to comment and add their own information to the
          How to Apply User-Driven Detailed Context
BIO06-INT                                           dashboard. Learn how to use built-in Social functionalities in Microsoft SharePoint 2010 with your
                     to Your Dashboard
                                                    dashboard to capture the discussions.                                                                       Craig Boobar    6/9/2010   9:45AM




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 Code                         Title                                                                     Abstract                                                      Speaker       Date      Time


                                                        A significant number of Business Intelligence and Performance Management rollouts fail or never
                                                        realize their true potential. The blame often falls on technology, consultants, even the users
            Culture As Culprit: The Real Story Behind   themselves – but more often than not, company culture is the real culprit. In this instructive and highly
 BIP205
              Business Intelligence Project Failure     practical session, BI expert and author Howard Dresner shares insights from his latest book ("Profiles in
                                                        Performance: Business Intelligence Journeys and the Roadmap for Change") about what it means to
                                                        become a "performance-directed" culture and how to assess your own organizational strategies.                 Howard
                                                                                                                                                                      Dresner      6/9/2010   9:45AM

                                                        Microsoft's forthcoming PowerPivot product is nominally a BI offering. But if you’re a developer or IT
                                                        pro, the story’s much more important than that would make it seem. On the dev side, PowerPivot is
                                                        the rich client for consuming OData (Open Data Protocol) feeds, which is what the Entity Framework
                                                        and WCF Data Services produce. On the IT side, PowerPivot lets end-users do analytics in Excel, but
                                                        allows those spreadsheets to be secured, stored, serviced, and monitored on the server side with
            PowerPivot: Is It the BI Deal-Changer for   SharePoint. PowerPivot is not about BI in the conventional sense – it’s about analytics on relational
BOF10-DV
                   Developers and IT Pros?              data that developers can produce and IT can manage.

                                                        What does this shift in BI approaches mean for Microsoft, its Office and SharePoint franchises,
                                                        developers, IT and the BI industry in general? No one knows the answer, of course, but the discussion,
                                                        and your participation in it, may well provide important insights to help us all prepare for the change.
                                                        Are you using analytics in your applications? Should you be? Come join in the discussion!
                                                                                                                                                                    Andrew Brust   6/9/2010   9:45AM
                                                     There's more than one way to drive SharePoint through your enterprise! SharePoint has become a
                                                     widely deployed set of deep tools, and no two adoption stories are the same. More than ever, IT pros
           Microsoft SharePoint Adoption Strategies:
BOF25-IT                                             are asked to wear a 'marketing' hat - in addition to being architects, engineers, first responders, or
                     Pushing the Firehose
                                                     psychologists. Please join us for an open discussion of some of the best (and worst!) approaches to
                                                                                                                                                                    Christopher
                                                     'marketing' SharePoint solutions at ground level to end users.
                                                                                                                                                                     McNulty       6/9/2010   9:45AM

                                                      Wednesday is Unified Communications Day in Microsoft Certification! This Certification Preparation
                                                      session focuses on what you need to know to get certified and pass the Exchange Server 2010 TS and
                                                      IT Pro MCP exams. The session is led by an expert Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) who regularly
             Certification Prep Session on Microsoft
                                                      presents on this topic. The presenter walks you through the objectives that are covered in the exam,
 CER208    Exchange Server 2010: Exams 70-662 and 70-
                                                      gives you some general exam taking tips and technology “gotchas” about Exchange Server 2010. This
                               663
                                                      session is your last step in getting ready for these exams. Don’t miss it and the other Unified
                                                      Communications Certification Preparation Sessions at Tech·Ed North America. Once you ready to take
                                                      the exam, walk over to the Prometric testing center across the hall and get your 50% exam discount!
                                                                                                                                                                    Bob Reinsch    6/9/2010   9:45AM



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  Code                        Title                                                                     Abstract                                                     Speaker        Date      Time

                                                        Microsoft SQL Azure presents unique opportunities and challenges with regards to database
                                                        performance. While query performance is the key discussion in traditional, on-premise database
                                                        deployments, we will show you that factors such as network latency and multi-tenant effects also need
                                                        to be considered in the Cloud. We offer some tips to resolve or mitigate related performance
             Database Performance in a Multi-tenant
COS13-INT                                               problems. We will also dig deep into the inner workings of how SQL Azure manages resources and
                          Environment
                                                        balances workload in a massive Cloud environment. The elastic access to additional physical resource
                                                        in the Cloud offers new opportunities to achieve better database performance in a cost effective
                                                        manner, an emerging pattern not available in the on-premise world. We will show you some numbers
                                                        that quantifies the potential benefits.
                                                                                                                                                                    Henry Zhang    6/9/2010   9:45AM
                                                       This session provides a preview of the identify and access solutions in the next generation of the
              Microsoft Business Productivity Online
                                                       Business Productivity Online Standard Suite, showing the evolution of the BPOS sign-in services and
 COS206     Standard Suite (BPOS) v.Next: Identity and
                                                       directory synchronization with on-premises Active Directory infrastructure. The session also explores
                         Access Solutions
                                                       Active Directory federated identities working in conjunction with BPOS and cloud identities.
                                                                                                                                                                    Dan Kershaw    6/9/2010   9:45AM

                                                        Since Microsoft SQL Server 2000, we have had the ability to collect statistics on two key areas in terms
                                                        of performance directly from within SQL Server. More specifically, these are the File and Wait statistics
                                                        and the information that can be gleaned from these has increased dramatically with each new release.
              Collecting and Analyzing File and Wait
DAT04-INT                                               SQL Server 2008 currently has over 480 wait types so far. This session shows you how to efficiently
                             Statistics
                                                        capture and analyze the information provided by a set of DMVs in SQL Server 2005 and SQL Server
                                                        2008. This knowledge will dramatically decrease the amount of time spent looking for bottlenecks in
                                                        your system and ensure that you troubleshoot the root cause and not the symptoms.
                                                                                                                                                                    Andrew Kelly   6/9/2010   9:45AM
                                                      This session covers the performance implications of using two new Microsoft data access frameworks.
                                                      We look at the good, the bad, and the ugly aspects of code generation with the frameworks using SQL
            A Database Developer and DBA Perspective:
                                                      Profiler, plan cache monitoring, and query plans. We cover what the frameworks bring to the table
 DAT301        LINQ to SQL and Entity Framework vs.
                                                      when compared to using T-SQL stored procedures or using dynamic SQL and the obvious benefits to
                        Stored Procedures
                                                      the application programmer. T-SQL code generation enhancements in Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0
                                                                                                                                                                       Bob
                                                      versions of Entity Framework and Linq to SQL are also explored.
                                                                                                                                                                    Beauchemin     6/9/2010   9:45AM
                                                     We all know how important it is to keep a baseline of performance metrics that allow us to know when
                                                     something is wrong and help us to track it down and fix the problem. We don't always know how to do
             Gather Microsoft SQL Server Performance
 DAT306                                              this easily and consistently. This session walks you through a series of PowerShell scripts you can
                 Data with Windows PowerShell
                                                     schedule which will capture the most important data and a set of reports to show you how to use that
                                                     data to keep your server running smoothly.
                                                                                                                                                                    Allen White    6/9/2010   9:45AM




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                                                      This session provides an overview of SQL Server consolidation and focuses on helping IT planners,
                                                      developers, and administrators choose between the various consolidation options such as
              Microsoft SQL Server Consolidation:
 DAT308                                               virtualization, multi-instance, and multi-database. We highlight the key differentiators and provide a
            Options, Considerations, and Case Studies
                                                      decision tree that can be used to walk through the choices. We also provide case studies and customer
                                                                                                                                                                  Prem Mehra;
                                                      scenarios to highlight some of the advantages and pitfalls of consolidation.
                                                                                                                                                                   Sung Hsueh     6/9/2010    9:45AM

                                                      As applications become more complex and pressures to decrease costs increase, we need tools to
                                                      facilitate reducing the turn-around time for testers and developers to find and fix bugs. Microsoft Test
                                                      and Lab Manager enables testers to collect more detailed diagnostic data during a test run leading to
            Improving Software Quality with Microsoft higher quality bugs that provide more insight to the developers on what actually went wrong when the
 DEV310        Visual Studio Advanced Diagnostics,    bug occurred. With the addition of Test Strips, testers can generate automation as an artifact of their
               IntelliTrace™ and Test Automation      test runs helping to not only increase coverage of the application, but reducing the time it takes to
                                                      manually test the application. Finally, we show how Test Impact Analysis helps developers test the
                                                      right automated tests from within Visual Studio, while testers know what the right set of tests to
                                                      prioritize and run are given recent changes introduced by the development organization.                         Habib
                                                                                                                                                                    Heydarian     6/9/2010    9:45AM
                                                     Come learn some impressive power scenarios with the new Visual Basic 2010 language features. Use
                                                     array literals and collection initializers in clever ways to make your own APIs more elegant. Learn the
            Advanced Use of the New Microsoft Visual correct way to inherit from DynamicObject, and create “mock” objects on-the-fly. See how to work
 DEV401
                 Basic 2010 Language Features        with multiline lambdas to write better multi-core and Microsoft Silverlight code. See what are the
                                                     limits of property initializers -- and push those limits. Learn what’s special about “Nothing” and why so
                                                     many people get it wrong.
                                                                                                                                                                  Lucian Wischik 6/9/2010     9:45AM
                                                        This session discusses and demonstrates how to implement agile project management practices
                                                        including iteration planning, backlog management, writing effective user stories, and tracking “done”.
DPR01-INT                 Agile Planning
                                                        During this session we look at different approaches for each of these practices and discuss how they
                                                        can help your team.                                                                                        Aaron Bjork    6/9/2010    9:45AM
                                                        The new DPM 2010 release will be available in June, so this session (the first in a three-part series)
            Microsoft System Center Data Protection
                                                        covers installing a new DPM 2010 server, and then provides an overview of the core capabilities and
MGT202      Manager (DPM) 2010, Part 1: Technical
                                                        enhanced protection/recovery scenarios. The session is over 50% demonstration with enough time left
                          Introduction                                                                                                                               Jason
                                                        for questions as we head into the final days before release.
                                                                                                                                                                   Buffington     6/9/2010    9:45AM
                                                        Access enables end-users in business units to develop applications quickly at low cost. This agility is
                                                        valued by large organizations around the world. However, some of these same organizations struggle
            Microsoft Access 2010 and IT: The War Is    with managing the myriad of Access databases in use. This session covers the new tools and
OSP05-INT
                              Over                      techniques now available to keep IT firmly in control. The best of both worlds is possible: you can
                                                        satisfy the need for agile development from your business units and still rest assured that the data is
                                                        secured, backed up, and managed appropriately.
                                                                                                                                                                  Russell Sinclair 6/9/2010   9:45AM

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Code                        Title                                                                    Abstract                                                      Speaker        Date      Time

                                                      Tuning your SharePoint environment is an important step in optimizing its performance and enabling
                                                      an efficient deployment that reduces overutilization in resources and in turn provides the best possible
           Fine Tuning Your Microsoft SharePoint
OSP310                                                user experience. In this session, Mike Watson will demonstrate techniques to improve the capacity of
                  Server 2010 Environment
                                                      your SharePoint 2010 environment and discuss ideas and solutions to include software boundaries,
                                                                                                                                                               Mike Watson;
                                                      caching options, and remote BLOB storage.
                                                                                                                                                               Shannon Bray      6/9/2010   9:45AM
                                                    The mantra of Antivirus, Firewall, and Patch is often cited as being enough to keep your organization's
                                                    information secure. Microsoft's Defense in Depth model applied correctly is an excellent start to
                                                    developing a secure IT environment. Spending money on security solutions, though, is akin to buying
SIA230   Why Security Fixes Won't Fix Your Security
                                                    insurance. Do you really know what you are getting and will it save you when the bad times come? This
                                                    session demonstrates the shortcomings of a non-integrated security solution, ways of recognizing the
                                                    security holes, and how to fix them without breaking the bank.
                                                                                                                                                                  Pete Calvert   6/9/2010   9:45AM

                                                      Windows Server 2008 R2 brought a number of nice changes to Active Directory, but the number-one
                                                      crowd pleaser had to be the Active Directory Recycle Bin, a useful tool for undeleting Active Directory
                                                      objects that have been deleted, so to speak, "before their time." Powerful and useful as the Recycle
         Night of the Living Directory: Understanding Bin is, however, there is more to it than a bit of clicking and dragging, as there is no Recycle Bin GUI
             the Windows Server 2008 R2 Active        built into R2 -- the only in-the-box way to make use of the Recycle Bin is a set of PowerShell
SIA306
            Directory Recycle Bin, Undeletion and     commands. (There ARE third-party GUIs for the Recycle Bin, though, as you learn in this talk.) How long
                          Reanimation                 can something stay "dead" before it can't be revived? Must we reboot our domain controllers to un-
                                                      delete things? Is there a way in an R2 domain to delete something and ensure that it CAN'T be
                                                      revived? Find out in this fast-paced, comprehensive look at the new Active Directory Recycle Bin,
                                                      presented by Mark Minasi, author of some of the best-selling books on Active Directory around!
                                                                                                                                                                 Mark Minasi     6/9/2010   9:45AM
                                                      Go beyond the basics of Exchange High Availability and gain a solid understanding of what's going on
                                                      under the hood in an Exchange 2010 database availability group. This session dives deep into the inner
            Microsoft Exchange Server 2010: High      workings of Active Manager and best copy selection, and the areas of quorum and witness, lagged
UNC304
                   Availability Deep Dive             copies, DAG networks, DAC mode, and monitoring, and then concludes details on the high availability
                                                      enhancements in Service Pack 1 for Exchange 2010. This session is a companion session with UNC305,
                                                      UNC01-INT and UNC02-INT.
                                                                                                                                                                 Scott Schnoll   6/9/2010   9:45AM


                                                      In Microsoft Communications Server “14” we will be delivering totally new administration capabilities
           Microsoft Communications Server “14”:                                                                                                                     Anand
UNC317                                                and tools, with a new foundation, and entirely new UI for management and administration. In this
                 Management Experience                                                                                                                           Lakshminaraya
                                                      session, get an overview and see demos of these capabilities in action.
                                                                                                                                                                   nan; Cezar
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                                                   The HP-Microsoft Application-Optimized Infrastructure initiative is focused on enabling IT admins to
                                                   manage virtualized/private cloud infrastructure and optimize IT service delivery through Deployment |
                                                   Management | Monitoring | Servicing stages of the lifecycle. During this session, understand how you
                                                   can implement a virtualized/ private cloud infrastructure while reducing complexity through dynamic
             How to Implement and Manage an        resource pooling, improving operational efficiency through service provisioning, comprehensive insight
 VIR205     Application-Optimized Private Cloud    and control, and reducing risk through reference solution architectures for virtualizing mission-critical
                       Infrastructure              applications like Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft SQL Server, and core infrastructure services.
                                                   The following products and solutions will also be demoed:
                                                   1.Microso System Center enhanced with HP Insight Control for hardware management
                                                   2.Long Distance Live Migra on showcasing Service Manager, Ops Manager, VMM with HP EVA CLX
                                                   3.Provisioning into the private Cloud u lizing DIT-SC, SCVMM and Le Hand Networks Storage                    Brad Kirby;
                                                                                                                                                                 Radhesh
                                                                                                                                                               Balakrishnan    6/9/2010   9:45AM

                                                   Deploying clustered Hyper-V servers in Windows 2008 R2 involves a wide variety of technologies,
                                                   including Hyper-V, Failover Clusters, Cluster Shared Volumes, Live Migration, Microsoft System Center
                                                   Virtual Machine Manager, Windows PowerShell, iSCSI and FC storage, dynamic and fixed VHDs, pass-
                                                   through disks, networking, and more. Janssen Jones, a Microsoft Virtual Machine MVP, has spent the
 VIR403     Virtualization FAQ, Tips, and Tricks   last two years immersed in complex Hyper-V deployments, and has gathered a wealth of information
                                                   to share, both from personal deployments, and from the forums. Come learn about best practices,
                                                   frequently asked questions, tips, and tricks around virtualization, clustering, scripted and automated
                                                   deployments, disaster recovery, and more! Bring your Hyper-V and clustering questions, and prepare
                                                   to take your HA Hyper-V deployments to the next level.
                                                                                                                                                               Janssen Jones   6/9/2010   9:45AM

                                                                                                                                                                  Jeremy
                                                   Now that you've attended the sessions, bring your questions to this interactive session in which the
                                                                                                                                                                Chapman;
WCL07-INT       Meet the Deployment Guys           deployment guys from Microsoft are available to answer questions, as well as share real-world
                                                                                                                                                               Mike Niehaus;
                                                   experiences.
                                                                                                                                                                   Steve
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   Code                         Title                                                                     Abstract                                                       Speaker        Date      Time


                                                  Accessing new Windows 7 features is a challenge from managed (.NET) code. The level of
                                                  interoperability required is out of reach for many developers. The Windows API Code Pack for the
                                                  Microsoft .NET Framework is a sample library you can use in your own projects today that provides
           The Windows API Code Pack: Add Windows
 WCL316                                           access to new user interface features (taskbar jumplists, libraries, sensor platform, and more) as well
                7 Features to Your Application
                                                  as "behind the scenes" features that make your applications more aware and responsive (restart and
                                                  recovery, power management, and more.) Discover a shortcut to Windows 7 development for
                                                  Microsoft Visual Basic and Visual C# programmers and get started today.
                                                                                                                                                                       Kate Gregory    6/9/2010   9:45AM
                                                       When you approach customers to talk about a Windows 7 migration, inevitably ACT comes up. But
                                                       how does ACT really work? In this session, we dissect the tool to really understand where its strengths
                                                       are, where its weaknesses are, and why -- so you can fairly represent the tool to your customers and
        Inside the Application Compatibility Toolkit position it for maximum effectiveness. We explore the application compatibility manager and its
 WCL401 5.6: Finding, Testing, and Fixing Applications agents, the developer and tester tools, and the shim infrastructure. We provide tips and tricks for
                        on Windows 7                   remediating applications, helping you to become a true shim ninja. You even learn how to remediate
                                                       applications you intend to deploy using Microsoft App-V 4.6! In the end, you’ll be able to build a
                                                       complete end-to-end scenario and workflow to delight your customers and accelerate your Windows 7
                                                       deployments.
                                                                                                                                                                       Chris Jackson   6/9/2010   9:45AM
                                                     Learn about the new Web developer innovations in Visual Studio 2010. Visual Studio 2010 makes
                                                     development of standards-based Web sites better than ever with new support for CSS 2, HTML code
        Build Web Sites Faster with Microsoft Visual
 WEB305                                              snippets, powerful dynamic Intellisense for Javascript, and more! Visual Studio 2010 also makes it easy
                        Studio 2010
                                                     to deploy applications from development to test and production environments with new support for
                                                     Web Configuration Transforms and integration with the IIS Web Deployment Tool.
                                                                                                                                                                         Jeff King     6/9/2010   9:45AM
                                                           Maintainability, testability, performance, and security can be improved by understanding the
                                                           components and tools and following some basic guidelines. This session uses Windows Communication
             Effective RIA: Tips and Tricks for Building   Foundation RIA Services and Microsoft Silverlight as the key tools and covers the separation of
 WEB307
                Effective Rich Internet Applications       concerns between data access, logic and presentation tiers, best practices for testability and tricks for
                                                           getting better performance through design. We also cover best practices for locking down your
                                                                                                                                                                         Deepesh
                                                           application.
                                                                                                                                                                         Mohnani       6/9/2010   9:45AM
                                                 Controlling and optimizing the energy consumption of industry processes, buildings and machines are
                                                 some of the biggest challenges today. The potential for the environment on the other hand is huge.
                                                 Referring to the Smart 2020 report, several giga tons of CO2 could be saved by smart motor systems,
          How Windows Embedded Solutions Help to
WEM03-INT                                        buildings or grids. Learn in this session, how three of the biggest market players in the embedded
                 Protect the Environment
                                                 world - Microsoft, Intel and Beckhoff Automation - have combined developed solutions to optimize
                                                 existing facilities with minimal efforts. We show and discuss real-world examples from datacenter
                                                 sensors to industry machine control units.
                                                                                                                                                                       Stefan Hoppe    6/9/2010   9:45AM

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  Code                        Title                                                                   Abstract                                                     Speaker         Date       Time


                                                       A Mobile Enterprise Application Platform (MEAP) allows corporate IT departments to support multiple
                                                       mobile applications on a single platform. Gartner states that this market currently tops $1 billion and
                                                       forecasts that 95% of the world's organizations will standardize on a single MEAP offering by 2012.
               Microsoft’s Next Generation Mobile      Companies looking for a better ROI are moving to reusable platforms instead of building tactical, ad-
WPH06-INT
             Enterprise Application Platform (MEAP)    hoc mobile solutions that support only a single app. Attendees of this session will learn how to save
                                                       money by steering away from point solutions and on to Microsoft's MEAP stack. Come see what
                                                       Microsoft's Next-Gen Mobile Enterprise Application Platform looks like and learn how it will support a
                                                       broader range of mobile platforms and operating systems including Windows Phone 7.
                                                                                                                                                                  Rob Tiffany     6/9/2010   9:45AM
                                                   There are many important differences between Windows Phone OS 7.0 and earlier Windows Phone
                                                   platforms that application programmers must understand in order to be successful. With all of
                                                   Microsoft's customers asking how to build applications for their existing Windows Phones with an eye
        Developing Mobile Code Today that will run toward future platform compatibility, it's critical to know how to write code today that can live on
 WPH311
             on Windows Phone 7 Tomorrow           Windows Phone OS 7.0 when it ships. Attendees of this session learn new design patterns for their
                                                   Microsoft .NET Compact Framework apps, new methods of offline storage that doesn't include
                                                                                                                                                                     Khalid
                                                   Microsoft SQL Server Compact Edition, and a new way for current Windows Phones to communicate
                                                                                                                                                                 Siddiqui; Paul
                                                   with servers to ensure the highest degree of code portability.
                                                                                                                                                                     Harris       6/9/2010   9:45AM
                                                       Microsoft solutions give IT organizations the means to maximize the value as they implement storage
                 Hyper-V and Storage: Maximizing
                                                       area networks (SANs). In this session we explore the features in Windows Server 2008 R2 delivering
 WSV316         Performance and Deployment Best
                                                       scale up performance and best practices to optimize performance for iSCSI and Fibre Channel SANs for
               Practices in Windows Server 2008 R2                                                                                                                 David Lef;
                                                       physical and virtual environments.
                                                                                                                                                                 Robert Larson    6/9/2010   9:45AM

                                                       Learn to be a more effective, efficient administrator using new Windows PowerShell v2 remoting
                                                       features -- available in Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003, and Windows
                                                       Server 2008 (both RTM and R2)! Windows PowerShell guru Don Jones shows you how to configure
            Manage Your Enterprise from a Single Seat: WinRM, covers potential security concerns, and more. See how to initiate shell sessions with a single
 WSV319
                Windows PowerShell Remoting            remote computer, and how to run commands in parallel on multiple remote computers -- truly
                                                       bringing automated, single-seat administration to almost any Windows environment. Don's examples
                                                       and demos all focus on practical, immediately-usable topics, including local user and group
                                                       management, configuration inventorying and updating, file and folder security and auditing, and more.
                                                                                                                                                                  Don Jones       6/9/2010   9:45AM
                                                       Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 brings several improvements in Windows Communication Foundation
             What's New in Windows Communication
 ASI312                                                (WCF), including improved REST capabilities, service routing, and discovery. This session walks you
                Foundation in .NET Framework 4                                                                                                                      Aaron
                                                       through the various new 4.0 features and shows you how to write code using them today.
                                                                                                                                                                   Skonnard       6/9/2010   11:45AM



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  Code                         Title                                                                     Abstract                                                       Speaker        Date       Time

                                                         What are the factors that make a business intelligence initiative successful? How is BI maturing and
                                                         being deployed? What technologies are impacting BI? There is a great deal to be learned from the
               Customer Experiences with Business
 BIC201                                                  implementations of other organizations. In this session, Bill Hostmann, VP Distinguished Analyst at
                          Intelligence
                                                         Gartner, heads a panel discussion of leading organizations as they share their challenges and
                                                         accomplishments. This session is sure to add value to your conference experience.
                                                                                                                                                                      Bill Hostmann   6/9/2010   11:45AM

                                                         Real-time business intelligence (BI) has become one of the top priorities of big enterprises. The ability
                                                         of having near real-time access to large amounts of data across heterogeneous data sources is one of
                                                         the key factors to enable effective business decisions. SQL Server 2008 R2 includes several
                                                         technologies such as PowerPivot and StreamInsight that facilitate the implementation of real-time BI
                                                         solutions. This session illustrates a series of real-time BI scenarios powered by the use of Microsoft
               Real-Time Business Intelligence with
 BIE403                                                  StreamInsight, PowerPivot and Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. The session highlights a set of best
                  Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2
                                                         practices, techniques that will help developers to implement key features of real-time BI applications
                                                         such as continuous queries, real-time aggregation, alerting and data visualization. We illustrate these
                                                         best practices and techniques through a set of demonstrations based on real-world scenarios that
                                                         clearly showcase the benefits of combining these technologies to enable real-time BI in your enterprise
                                                         applications.                                                                                                   Jesus
                                                                                                                                                                       Rodriguez      6/9/2010   11:45AM
                   Implementing Kerberos with            Implementing a good security framework is critical for delivering a top-notch BI solution within and
BIO08-INT      PerformancePoint Services and Excel       outside of your firewall. In this session we discuss the core things to consider with Microsoft                  Josh
                           Services                      SharePoint 2010.                                                                                              Zimmerman      6/9/2010   11:45AM
                                                         Use the information you already have in Excel as the starting point for building business centered
            Microsoft Excel and Excel Services: Creating
                                                         applications. This is a demo-heavy session that provides real-world examples using the
 BIO401     Business Centered Applications in Microsoft
                                                         programmability capabilities in Excel Services: Web Services, JavaScript OM, and REST and identifies
                      SharePoint Server 2010
                                                         how you can build applications to delight your users inside of SharePoint.
                                                                                                                                                                      John Campbell 6/9/2010     11:45AM
                                                         DAX (Data Analysis Expressions) is the language for the definition of calculation expressions in
                                                         PowerPivot for Microsoft Excel. It has syntax similar to Excel, but it also offers a set of functions that
                                                         are specific to PowerPivot features. This session shows the capabilities of DAX through a wide set of
BIU05-INT           DAX Patterns in PowerPivot
                                                         calculation patterns, which are immediately usable -- from simple contribution percentages through to
                                                         more advanced calculations, like ABC classification (Pareto), time-driven comparison and aggregations,
                                                         distinct count measures, many-to-many relationships, and much more.
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Code                       Title                                                                   Abstract                                                      Speaker       Date       Time

                                                    Moving email to the cloud is a big trend in Education. Lots of schools are also looking at how to
                                                    leverage cloud solutions for collaboration. Microsoft Live@edu is part of Microsoft's S+S solutions and
                                                    provides communication and collaboration services for educational institutions at no cost. Are you
                                                    willing to join us in this session and become part of a family of thousands of schools that have chosen
         Microsoft Live@edu: Moving Your School     Live@edu?
COS207   Communication and Collaboration to the
                         Cloud                      This session outlines the current features of a Live@Edu implementation, touching upon key IT and
                                                    end user scenarios for an education institution. We also discuss how you can extend Live@edu to best
                                                    fit your school needs. Additionally, we demonstrate Office Web Apps or the newest release of
                                                    Microsoft Exchange on the cloud. Finally, we provide a sneak preview of where we are headed in the          Ann Vu; Raj
                                                    future with SharePoint based collaboration and productivity.                                                Mukherjee     6/9/2010   11:45AM


                                                    Microsoft Codename “Dallas” enables developers to consume premium commercial and public domain
                                                    data to power consumer and business apps on any platform or device. You can provide relevant data
                                                    to inform business decisions, create visualizations to discover patterns, and increase user engagement
                                                    with datasets from finance to demographics, and many more. A consistent REST-based API, simple
          Building Engaging Apps with Data Using
COS208                                              terms of use, and per-transaction billing make consuming data easy. In this session, learn how "Dallas"
               Microsoft Codename “Dallas”
                                                    removes the friction for accessing data by enabling you to visually discover, explore, and purchase data
                                                    of any type, including images, real-time Web services and blobs, through a unified marketplace of
                                                    trusted partners. We use a variety of "Dallas" datasets to develop Web and mobile applications using
                                                    technologies such as Microsoft Silverlight 4, Microsoft ASP.NET MVC, and Windows Phone.
                                                                                                                                                               Adam Wilson    6/9/2010   11:45AM
                                                    You’ve heard it before: “It worked fine on my machine, but the users say it’s too slow.” Don’t blame
          Top 10 Developer Mistakes That Won't      the developers: they’re using SQL Server features that look great on paper, but in reality, they won’t
DAT316
                         Scale                      scale up to production loads. Learn to recognize these common mistakes before they go into                  Brent Ozar;
                                                    production, and be armed with easy fixes.                                                                  Darmadi Komo 6/9/2010     11:45AM

                                                   Regulatory bodies...end-users...your boss. They all want answers. Many questions are easy enough to
                                                   deal with: "Did someone drop my view?" Others are a bit trickier: "What was the previous value of this
                                                   row?" And some are seemingly impossible: "Who selected the data from this table over the past
                                                   week?" For many DBAs, the answer to some or all of these questions is often "Umm..." But don't blame
                                                   yourself; getting this information in SQL Server has never been especially easy—until now. SQL Server
         Auditing, Tracking, and Change Monitoring
DAT318                                             2008 ships with several new technologies designed to help you track and report on exactly what
         Technologies in Microsoft SQL Server 2008
                                                   happened, who did it, and when. In this session, learn about SQL Server 2008 features: Change
                                                   Tracking, Change Data Capture, and SQL Server Audit, each of which provides a distinct set of
                                                   capabilities and has specific strengths and weaknesses. Looking at each of these technologies in turn,
                                                   you will see how they work and where you might want to leverage them in your SQL Server
                                                   infrastructure. If you're used to saying "Umm..." get ready to say "I'll be right back with the answer."       Adam
                                                                                                                                                                 Machanic     6/9/2010   11:45AM
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Code                        Title                                                                      Abstract                                                      Speaker      Date       Time

                                                   Team Foundation Build 2010 has been radically improved. Not only has its scalability and management
                                                   been improved through a build controller/agent architecture, but its core is now based on Windows
                                                   Workflow Foundation (WF). In this session we look at what’s new and improved in Team Foundation
          Let Build Automation in Microsoft Visual
                                                   Build 2010, including how to setup build controllers and build agents, tag the agents according to their
DEV312   Studio Team Foundation Server 2010 Work
                                                   capability, use the new WF-based build scripts, support your legacy MSBuild scripts, and even
                          for You
                                                   configure gated check-ins. Whether your team is just wanting to automated a long-running build of a
                                                   Web application or your team is serious about implementing Continuous Integration, this session is for
                                                                                                                                                                      Richard
                                                   you.
                                                                                                                                                                    Hundhausen   6/9/2010   11:45AM

                                                      If you believe that knowing how something works helps you use it better, and that patterns and best-
                                                      practices provide guidance and inspiration, then this talk is for you. In this session we look into some of
                                                      the decisions that were made in the design of the TPL API, and how these design decisions affect its
         Task Parallel Library: Design Principles and
DEV408                                                usage patterns. We look at the ways by which the API can help us optimize context switches, how to
                         Best Practices
                                                      best utilize the underlying thread-pool, and how to create more elegant and maintainable applications
                                                      through the application of the right APIs in the right places. This talk is based on the speaker's
                                                      extensive research, experimentation, and in-depth interviews with the people who designed the TPL.
                                                                                                                                                                    Shy Cohen    6/9/2010   11:45AM
                                                   Have you ever been burned by an estimate you wish you never gave, worked on a project with an
                                                   impossible schedule, or created an estimate, only to have it chopped in half? Do you wonder what
         Why Software Estimation is so Painful and Agile Estimation is, and if it applies to your project? This session provides you with tools to create solid
DPR207
               How It Doesn’t Have To Be           estimates in all types of projects: Agile, Waterfall, or totally chaotic ones. It covers how to get better
                                                   estimates today, how to create great estimates in the future, and how to present and defend those
                                                   estimates with confidence.
                                                                                                                                                                    Gregg Boer   6/9/2010   11:45AM
                                                      The new DPM 2010 release will be available in June, so this session (the second in a three-part series)
                                                      focuses on protecting and recovering Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 and 2007, Microsoft SharePoint
                                                      Server 2010 and 2007, and Microsoft SQL Server 2008 with System Center Data Protection Manager
         Microsoft System Center Data Protection      2010. We cover how the application VSS writers work with the applications, as well as what is specific
MGT302   Manager (DPM) 2010, Part 2: Protecting       to protecting one application or version from another. The session includes demonstrations and
                       Applications                   unveils most of the DPM application-centric capabilities to help you plan/deploy/manage the backups
                                                      for Microsoft application servers. If you are managing or planning to deploy Exchange, SQL Server, or
                                                      SharePoint, ask yourself "How am I going to back that up?" and then attend this session to learn the
                                                                                                                                                                      Jason
                                                      answer.
                                                                                                                                                                    Buffington   6/9/2010   11:45AM
                                                   In this session, learn about a new capability in SharePoint Server 2010 that allows users to create a
          Developing Document Sets in Microsoft
                                                   single work product that is comprised of many components: Document Sets. This session begins with
OSP305   SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise Content
                                                   an introduction of the out-of-the-box capabilities of document sets and then moves into how
                       Management                                                                                                                                    Andrew
                                                   developers can customize and extend document sets for unique solutions.
                                                                                                                                                                     Connell     6/9/2010   11:45AM

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Code                        Title                                                                   Abstract                                                    Speaker       Date       Time

                                                     Office Business Applications (OBAs) have evolved and with Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 there are
          Developing Office Business Applications    new platform services to make these productivity solutions more powerful and connected to more
OSP307    with Microsoft Office 2010 and Microsoft   data. This session shows what an OBA is and what the fundamental architecture of an OBA looks like.        Michael
                  SharePoint Server 2010             Learn best practices for building OBAs and how to use new features in Office 2010 and SharePoint          Kiselman;
                                                     2010.                                                                                                     Steve Fox     6/9/2010   11:45AM
                                                 PowerShell is the command line admin interface for SharePoint Server 2010. It can be pretty scary for
          Windows PowerShell Made Less Scary for
                                                 SharePoint admins who haven't used it before. In this session we provide PowerShell basics, then show
OSP402     the Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010
                                                 the amazing things you can do to SharePoint 2010 with PowerShell. By the end of this session you may
                      Administrator
                                                 never open Central Admin again.
                                                                                                                                                               Todd Klindt   6/9/2010   11:45AM
                                                 Hear how Windows Identity Foundation makes advanced identity capabilities and open standards first
                                                 class citizens in the Microsoft .NET Framework. Learn how the Claims-Based access model integrates
                                                 seamlessly with the traditional .NET identity object model while also giving developers complete
         Identity and Access Management: Windows control over every aspect of authentication, authorization, and identity-driven application behavior.
SIA304
                Identity Foundation Overview     See examples of the point and click tooling with tight Microsoft Visual Studio integration, advanced STS
                                                 capabilities, and much more that Windows Identity Foundation consistently provides across on-
                                                 premise, service-based, Microsoft ASP.NET and Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)
                                                                                                                                                                Vittorio
                                                 applications.
                                                                                                                                                                Bertocci     6/9/2010   11:45AM
           Behind the Spam: A Look at Botnets,       Learn about different kinds of inbound and outbound spam encountered by Microsoft Forefront Online
SIA316     Malware, and the Spammers Who Run         Protection for Exchange (FOPE) and its effects. Learn about spam trends, geographical and language
                                                                                                                                                               Mike Chan;
                          Them                       spam, and how FOPE can help stop these types of attacks.
                                                                                                                                                               Terry Zink    6/9/2010   11:45AM

                                                     The communications industry is undergoing a transforming from proprietary hardware-based
                                                     communications systems to a more flexible software-based solution as provided by Microsoft. During
           Microsoft Communications Server “14”
                                                     this transformation, customers who have existing investments in infrastructure will need to ensure
UNC321         Interoperability: Voice, Video,
                                                     that these systems work well with Microsoft Communications Server “14”. In this session we show the
              Conferencing, IM, and Presence
                                                     different scenarios in which Microsoft Communications Server “14” can co-exist with IM and Presence
                                                     systems, PBXs and leading video infrastructure depending on the customer’s requirements.                   Francois
                                                                                                                                                               Doremieux     6/9/2010   11:45AM
                                                     This session addresses how Microsoft and EMC technologies work together to deliver scalable and
                                                     reliable enterprise deployments of Microsoft virtualization. Working together, Microsoft and EMC
            Advanced Storage Infrastructure Best
                                                     tested the scalability of up to 16 node Hyper-V clusters on the EMC Symmetrix storage platform. Topics
VIR207      Practices to Enable Ultimate Hyper-V
                                                     covered include optimization and characterization of Microsoft Hyper-V for large scale highly-available
                          Scalability
                                                     deployments as well as performance and optimization of the EMC Symmetrix. Technical details and
                                                                                                                                                                 Txomin
                                                     lessons learned from the tested solution are covered.
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 Code                       Title                                                                     Abstract                                                        Speaker        Date       Time


                                                     VDI is one of the fastest growing trends in IT, and is arguably the most popular topic of debate within
                                                     the desktop community. Most companies are in the process of treating desktop virtualization as a
                                                     strategic initiative for their IT roadmaps. But questions still remain. How can I make VDI work for me?
          VDI from Microsoft and Citrix: What is it? How do I manage complexity within an already complex desktop environment? What TCO can I expect
VIR313   How do I manage it? What benefits does it from my VDI environment? This joint session answers these questions, and proves that an investment
                         provide?                    in a joint Microsoft-Citrix Desktop Virtualization solution is the best choice for your users and IT. We
                                                     will attempt to answer the really tough questions that organizations are demanding answers to, as well
                                                     as give you an insight into the suite of technologies that goes into making this comprehensive and cost-
                                                     effective VDI offering.
                                                                                                                                                                     Robin Brandl   6/9/2010   11:45AM
                                                     Applications designed for an older version of Windows can break for a variety of reasons when moving
                                                     to a new and/or more locked-down platform. The breakage symptoms can offer clues to the likely
WCL301          Case of the App Compat Bug           causes and to which tools are right for the job. This session helps you remove some of the guesswork,
                                                     understand how testing results can get corrupted, and identify simpler solutions than shims and
                                                                                                                                                                       Aaron
                                                     virtualization, with lessons from customer engagements.
                                                                                                                                                                      Margosis      6/9/2010   11:45AM
                                                     In this session we look at using the Microsoft Silverlight Unit Test Framework. We discuss common
WEB205      Unit Testing in Microsoft Silverlight
                                                     patterns for testing Silverlight components and user interfaces and explore available testing resources.
                                                                                                                                                                     Jeff Wilcox    6/9/2010   11:45AM
                                                     Every day, hackers try to compromise users and Web sites. How can you protect your users from
                                                     phishing attacks, or cross site scripting, SQL injection attacks, and all of the other risks on the Internet.
           10 Ways to Protect Users of Your Web      Keeping your users protected requires an end-to-end solution, which starts with the browser, and ends
WEB301
                       Applications                  with your applications. We pull back the covers on the best practices for building secure Web
                                                     applications whether they live on the Internet or the Intranet and features offered by modern
                                                     browsers that help ensure your application isn’t going to be the next “story at 11”.
                                                                                                                                                                     Pete LePage    6/9/2010   11:45AM
                                               Integrating non standard IO (aka sensors) into a Windows operating system has been not so easy in the
                                               past. Experience the landslide change available with the new Sensor & Location platform in Windows
           Using the Sensor & Location API on
                                               Embedded Standard 7. Discover how simple it is now to access sensor and location data out different
WEM306   Windows Embedded Standard 7 to Create
                                               programming environments and under different requirement scenarios. An entertaining mix of live
             Exciting Connected Applications
                                               demos and code will leave you prepared to start your own adventures in this brave new world. Your
                                                                                                                                                                      Alexander
                                               next apllication will be aware of its surroundings.
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 Code                        Title                                                                  Abstract                                                    Speaker        Date       Time

                                                    Ten years after Active Directory's release, a lot has been learned. Unfortunately, many organizations
                                                    rolled out Active Directory early on and never had the time or resources to revisit what *really* needs
                                                    to be done to secure and manage the directory service in a dynamic enterprise. Dan Holme, who has
                                                    led Active Directory designs and administrative overhauls for Fortune-caliber clients, shares the best
           Administrators’ Idol: Windows and Active
WSV301                                              practices, customized scripts, and guidance. What has worked and what has failed in the "real world,"
                   Directory Best Practices
                                                    and why, and what can you learn from those lessons? This “rapid fire” session includes role-based
                                                    management and tools that enable a documented, auditable, secure, manageable, and supportable
                                                    environment. You’ll take away ready-to-use tools that Dan built to support NBC during the Beijing and
                                                    Vancouver Games.
                                                                                                                                                               Dan Holme      6/9/2010   11:45AM
                                                  Do cloud services make the IT pro obsolete? Join us in this informative session to discuss the role of IT
          What Does the Cloud Mean for the IT     pros with regard to Windows Azure. Discover what’s changed and what hasn’t for the IT professional
WSV310
                     Professional?                including how to manage services in the new cloud environment and what tools are available to help
                                                  manage the application lifecycle.                                                                            Joey Snow      6/9/2010   11:45AM
                                                  When it comes to Microsoft .NET-connected development, more and more frameworks enter the
                                                  market. Both from Microsoft and from open source. Think of ASP.NET MVC, Castle, Windows Workflow
                                                  Foundation (WF), Entity Framework, Unity, Linq2SQL, ADO.NET Data Services, Windows
                                                  Communication Foundation (WCF), nHibernate, Spring.NET, CSLA, NUnit, Enterprise Library or ADF.
                                                  Once a project chooses to apply one or more frameworks, trouble begins. What if you require features
                                                  that aren’t implemented in the framework? What if you decide that another framework would have
       How Frameworks Can Kill Your Projects, and been better and want to switch halfway through your project? What if the author of your favorite open
ARC303   Patterns Can Prevent You from Getting    source framework suddenly stops developing? What if the framework contains bugs or omissions?
                         Killed                   And, what if a new version of the framework is released that is implemented differently? These and
                                                  many more everyday problems will cause your project to come to a halt, or at least make you perform
                                                  serious refactoring.

                                                      During this highly interactive talk, Sander Hoogendoorn, chief architect of Capgemini’s agile
                                                      Accelerated Delivery Platform, and member of Microsoft’s Partner Advisory Council .NET,
                                                      demonstrates pragmatic architectures and patterns that will help your projects to stay away from           Sander
                                                      framework issues, and how to keep code independent of framework choices. Sander presents models         Hoogendoorn     6/9/2010   1:30PM
                                                      In this session we discuss managing BizTalk Server, both for small and large deployments. We discuss
                                                      what we are doing in BizTalk 2010 to make BizTalk management simpler, to facilitate performance
              Management Tasks Made Simpler in
ASI306                                                optimization via unified dashboard for settings, to improve diagnostics and control with a new
                Microsoft BizTalk Server 2010
                                                      Microsoft System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) pack, etc. We also discuss our vision for
                                                                                                                                                              Rahul Mangla;
                                                      manageability in future releases and the roadmap to achieve that vision.
                                                                                                                                                               Tim Wieman     6/9/2010   1:30PM




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  Code                        Title                                                                      Abstract                                                     Speaker        Date      Time

                                                         In 2009, Intel Corporation used the Microsoft BI stack to address needs in the protection of its
                                                         intellectual property. A team inside Intel developed a flexible architecture that uses business
            Protecting Your Intellectual Property with
 BIC304                                                  intelligence to implement risk models, determine actual likelihood and impact, and measure risk
                       Microsoft BI at Intel
                                                         reduction. As the solution grows, it is part of an end-to-end process to protect intellectual property in
                                                         the company. This talk covers the hardest problems to solve, and the solutions Intel found.
                                                                                                                                                                     Grant Babb     6/9/2010   1:30PM
                                                    In this demo-rich presentation, learn some of the common and not so common ways to tune SQL
                                                    Server Integration Services (SSIS). Learn how to tune the data flow using some of the advanced SSIS
            Performance Tuning Microsoft SQL Server
BIE17-INT                                           options and how to avoid common SSIS mistakes. See how to measure performance and how to keep
                     Integration Services
                                                    SSIS from monopolizing your server's resourcing. Lastly, discover SQL Server 2008 features that will
                                                    make SSIS more efficient.                                                                                        Brian Knight   6/9/2010   1:30PM
                                                         This session provides an in-depth technical review of the PowerPivot architecture. We look at the
                                                         PowerPivot Excel addin, its various components, how they interact, and the ways that they
                                                         communicate with the server. On the server side, we look at how PowerPivot uses the new SharePoint
 BIE401      Deep Dive on PowerPivot Technologies
                                                         2010 shared service architecture and how it accomplishes its main capabilities: data access
                                                         (connections to PowerPivot data), data refresh, report gallery (with its various Microsoft Silverlight
                                                         controls) and its usage infrastructure and reporting system.
                                                                                                                                                                     Dave Wickert   6/9/2010   1:30PM
BIO05-INT       Excel Compliance with SharePoint                                                                                                                      Dan Parish    6/9/2010   1:30PM
                                                         Advances in charting, maps, KPI, and dashboard representations are leading some of the key
            Building Effective Data Visualizations and   innovations in Business Intelligence and helping users make sense of the mountains of data they deal
 BIO202      Maps with Microsoft SQL Server 2008         with every day. This session focuses on how to best utilize some of the new Reporting Services
                        Reporting Services               capabilities to build professional looking reports that best convey insights and information. This demo-
                                                         intensive session covers many techniques for making reports interactive and appealing.
                                                                                                                                                                      Sean Boon     6/9/2010   1:30PM
                                                    Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) is a style of developer testing gaining popularity for its ability to
                                                    bridge the gap between requirements and the developers who deliver them. Are you using BDD or
BOF08-DV    Behavior-Driven Development in the Wild interested in learning more about it? Come discuss BDD techniques, tools, and tales. Together, we'll
                                                    learn: What is BDD (and according to whom)? Where has it worked? What hasn't worked? How is BDD
                                                    being applied in various organizations?
                                                                                                                                                                      David Starr   6/9/2010   1:30PM
                                                         Are more and more applications you manage getting replaced by online services? Which ones belong
BOF23-IT      IT Going to the Cloud: Are We Crazy?       there and which will stay on premises forever? What are the benefits, risks, and lessons learned? Let's
                                                                                                                                                                        Dmitry
                                                         get together and share our thoughts and experiences.
                                                                                                                                                                       Sotnikov     6/9/2010   1:30PM




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                                                     Wednesday is Unified Communications Day in Microsoft Certification! This Certification Preparation
                                                     session focuses on what you need to know to get certified and pass the SharePoint Server 2010 TS and
                                                     IT Pro MCP exams. The session is led by an expert Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) who regularly
             Certification Prep Session on Microsoft
                                                     presents on this topic. The presenter walks you through the objectives that are covered in the exam,
 CER209    SharePoint Server 2010: Exams 70-667 and
                                                     gives you some general exam taking tips and technology “gotchas” about SharePoint Server 2010. This
                              70-668
                                                     session is your last step in getting ready for these exams. Don’t miss it and the other Unified
                                                     Communications Certification Preparation Sessions at Tech·Ed North America. Once you ready to take
                                                     the exam, walk over to the Prometric testing center across the hall and get your 50% exam discount!                 Penny
                                                                                                                                                                        Coventry      6/9/2010   1:30PM
                                                      This session focuses on the operations and infrastructure for delivering Microsoft Online Services,
                                                      enterprise-class software hosted by Microsoft and delivered as a subscription service. Customers
           A Day in the Life: Running Hosted Services require high availability, security, and reliability for their hosted applications and data. In this session,
 COS201
                           in the Cloud               learn how Microsoft deploys and hosts the Business Productivity Online Suite of communication and
                                                      collaboration software in Microsoft’s network of global data centers, as well as how incident
                                                      management drives improvements in the service.
                                                                                                                                                                      Gail Warren     6/9/2010   1:30PM

                                                  This session provides a comprehensive overview of the newly released version of SQL Server --
                                                  Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2. Get a comprehensive understanding of the new technologies and
                                                  improvements included in this release to that will help your organization scale with confidence on a
         An Overview of Microsoft SQL Server 2008
DAT201-R                                          trusted platform, improve IT and developer efficiency, and enable managed self-service BI. This session
            R2 (repeated from 6/7 at 2:45 pm)
                                                  includes exciting demonstrations of the key scenarios enabled by this innovative release and how
                                                  customers and partners have already started taking advantage of the improvements. Additionally, we      Fausto Ibarra;
                                                  provide a sneak peek into the technology and scenarios planned for the next release of SQL Server.        Sabrena
                                                                                                                                                            McBride                   6/9/2010   1:30PM

                                                   SQL Server 2008 introduced two new features that can greatly improve your productivity for managing
           Microsoft SQL Server Management: Reduce instances of SQL Server called Policy-Based Management and PowerShell scripting. With Policy-Based
 DAT311    TCO Using Policy-Based Management and Management you can control the configuration changes to your system and make sure that the
                      Windows PowerShell           instances you manage conform to your established policies. With PowerShell you can manage SQL
                                                   Server instances along with other system resources to keep your applications with a holistic approach.               Robert
                                                                                                                                                                       Hutchison      6/9/2010   1:30PM
                                                     Have you experienced slow-down in your application because of blocking and wondered what you can
                                                     do? This session covers the basics of concurrency starting with isolation levels including RCSI and
           Strategies to Get Maximum Concurrency for
 DAT315                                              snapshot isolation levels, lock escalation, locking granularity, and deadlocks. We follow this with
              Your Workload in Microsoft SQL Server
                                                     diagnosing and troubleshooting the blocking issues and conclude with general guidelines in designing
                                                     application(s) for maximum concurrency.
                                                                                                                                                                      Sunil Agarwal   6/9/2010   1:30PM


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  Code                        Title                                                                     Abstract                                                       Speaker        Date      Time


                                                        This is an opportunity to talk with key members of the C# team and the architects who lead it. They            Alexandru
DEV03-INT              Meet the C# Team                 discuss their plans for future versions of C# and answer any questions you might have about C# 4.0 or        Ghiondea; Eric
                                                        other releases of one of the world’s most popular programming languages.                                     Lippert; Mads
                                                                                                                                                                       Torgersen    6/9/2010    1:30PM
                                                     Come see how the ADO.NET Entity Framework enables new capabilities to leverage multiple
                                                     development approaches, for example the use of code-first, model-first, and database-first. Hear how,
            Overview of the Microsoft ADO.NET Entity
 DEV205                                              regardless of the development approach, developers will benefit from the Entity Framework and the
                         Framework 4.0
                                                     deep integration with the rest of the Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0, such as the Microsoft ASP.NET
                                                                                                                                                                      Chris Sells;
                                                     MVC, Dynamic Data, and Windows Presentation Foundation.
                                                                                                                                                                     Julie Lerman    6/9/2010   1:30PM

                                                        .NET Framework 4 represents a significant release of Microsoft’s developer platform and comes with a
                                                        lot of new technologies and enhancements to existing technologies. In this session, we explore some
             Getting Your Return on Investment with
 DEV209                                                 of the top features that will bring you a quick return on your investment when you target your
                   Microsoft .NET Framework 4
                                                        development at .NET Framework 4. This session does not cover every feature of the .NET Framework 4,
                                                        but rather gives you some great starting points to gain immediate value in your software projects.
                                                                                                                                                                     Drew Robbins    6/9/2010   1:30PM

                                                        In this interactive session, we discuss how to move to Team Foundation Server (TFS) from other
                                                        platforms. Learn what needs to be done in preparation for the move, how to make the move and how
                                                        to ensure that your transition is a success. Moving to TFS can be fairly simple, but it requires careful
                                                        planning and organization and a consideration of both client and server tools. Some of these questions
            Strategies for Moving to Microsoft Visual   might be along the lines of moving to TFS 2010 but continuing to use Visual Studio 2008 or 2005 or
DPR04-INT
                 Studio Team Foundation Server          even Visual Studio 6? What if you have mixed teams that develop in .NET and Java, can they move to
                                                        TFS also? What do you implement first? Can you start with just version control and take advantage of
                                                        the other features later? And what are the benefits of the other features? This session answers these
                                                        questions and many more and addresses your specific issues. Join us and learn the best ways to move
                                                        to TFS and the benefits you and your organization can gain from Team Foundation Server.
                                                                                                                                                                     Jeff Levinson   6/9/2010   1:30PM

                                                        It's a truism in our industry that many developers just can't design user interfaces. Why not? Because
                                                        most developers are classic left-brain thinkers. They are skilled at procedural logic and deductive logic,
                                                        and they hone their left-brain capabilities every day by writing code. However, user interface design,
                                                        particularly in the era of advanced UI technologies such as Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)
 DPR203            The Whole Brain Developer
                                                        and Microsoft Silverlight, requires right brain skills too: visual sense, pattern matching, and empathy
                                                        with users. The ideal UI designer marries the best of both sides of their mind. In this session we look at
                                                        the importance of right-brained thinking in UI design, and suggest strategies for left-brain-tending
                                                        developers to learn to tap into right-brain skills.
                                                                                                                                                                      Billy Hollis   6/9/2010   1:30PM

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  Code                        Title                                                                    Abstract                                                     Speaker        Date      Time

                                                        Bring your questions about the latest versions of System Center Configuration Manager 2007 to this
                                                        highly interactive session with members of the product team. New enhancements in SP2, which
                                                                                                                                                                       Jeff
                                                        include support for both Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 are just some of the enhancements
          Ask the Experts: Microsoft System Center                                                                                                                 Wettlaufer;
MGT03-INT                                               we can cover, in addition to new platform support and enhancements to existing capabilities such as
          Configuration Manager 2007 SP2 and R3                                                                                                                      Jeffrey
                                                        Asset Intelligence, and Intel vPro. You can also ask about the plans for the upcoming R3 release of
                                                                                                                                                                   Sutherland;
                                                        Configuration Manager, which includes Power Management and Scale and Performance
                                                                                                                                                                  John Vintzel;
                                                        enhancements.
                                                                                                                                                                   Wally Mead     6/9/2010   1:30PM
                                                        Service Manager 2010 is about to RTM -- are you ready? Learn how to design a scalable, redundant
               Implementation, Architecture, and        installation of Service Manager, how to configure the most common settings such as creating
 MGT310       Administration of a Microsoft System      notification templates/subscriptions, user roles, configuring workflows, creating templates,
              Center Service Manager Deployment         customizing lists, and much more. You'll leave this session with the knowledge you need to architect
                                                                                                                                                                  Darko Vukovic;
                                                        and deploy Service Manager.
                                                                                                                                                                   Marc Umeno 6/9/2010       1:30PM
                                                         The SharePoint security model can be confusing, with its deep hierarchy of securable objects, granular
                                                         permissions and policies, and clunky user and group management interfaces. This session demystifies
           SharePoint Security: Permissions, Identities, SharePoint security by dissecting each of these components and presenting best practices for
 OSP214
                          and Objects                    implementing and managing security. Learn when and why it makes sense to leverage Active Directory
                                                         groups or use SharePoint groups, and take away options for new permission levels and settings that
                                                         address common business requirements.
                                                                                                                                                                   Dan Holme      6/9/2010   1:30PM

                                                        SharePoint is the development platform that many developers with ASP.NET background are moving
                                                        to. Because SharePoint is entirely built on ASP.NET it is a natural way to get access to higher level
            Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 for the
 OSP316                                                 features. This session outlines the areas that an ASP.NET developer needs to learn to get used to
                 Microsoft ASP.NET Developer
                                                        developing for SharePoint. During the talk, see various ways that existing ASP.NET code can be
                                                        migrated to SharePoint, and demos focused on migrating commonly used ASP.NET project templates.
                                                                                                                                                                   Eric Shupps    6/9/2010   1:30PM

                                                     In this session we discuss key upgrade decisions MSIT made before and during upgrade. We review, in
           Microsoft IT: How MSIT Upgraded Microsoft depth, the new capabilities and improvements to the upgrade process that we leveraged, our patching       Mark
 OSP321
                        to SharePoint 2010           approach, and lessons learned. We specifically cover details of the approach adopted by MSIT for some Harmsworth;
                                                     of its larger SharePoint 2007 deployments and how upgrade was achieved smoothly and efficiently.      Nate Bruneau;
                                                                                                                                                            Scott Kleven 6/9/2010            1:30PM




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 Code                          Title                                                                   Abstract                                                     Speaker        Date      Time


                                                    See the Identity and Access Management solution demoed end-to-end. In this session we set up new
                                                    contractors and provide them with access to the corporate network. We then create new security
            Identity and Access Management Solution groups for securing SharePoint sites and invite people to join the groups to get access, as well as show
SIA06-INT
                             Demos                  how role changes can automatically give users new access rights. We finish off by integrating partners
                                                    into the project. Most of what we show is usually done by IT, but come and see how the solution
                                                    empowers end users to do this so that we can save on some of those help desk costs.                              Brjann
                                                                                                                                                                    Brekkan       6/9/2010   1:30PM
                                                      Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway 2010 (TMG) is the next generation of ISA Server that
                                                      offers comprehensive protection to environments looking to overcome the challenges of a dynamic
            Secure Endpoint: Advanced Protection from and ever-changing threat landscape. Building on the capabilities provided by its predecessor Microsoft
              Dynamic Threats, a Microsoft Forefront Internet Security & Acceleration Server, Forefront TMG introduces a secure Web Gateway solution
 SIA308
             Threat Management Gateway 2010 Deep with integrated URL filtering, anti-malware/anti-virus download scanning, intrusion prevention and
                               Dive                   detection, as well as a secure email relay role in a single management offering. This session provides a
                                                      deep dive of the new features, a live demonstration of the technologies, and discussion of the
                                                      deployment scenarios.
                                                                                                                                                                  Jim Harrison    6/9/2010   1:30PM
                                                    Discover the details around Microsoft IT’s own Exchange Server 2010 architecture and operational
             How Microsoft IT Implemented Microsoft                                                                                                                   Kyryl
UNC202                                              practices. The session includes architecture description of the Exchange Server 2010 roles, design
                     Exchange Server 2010                                                                                                                          Perederiy;
                                                    criteria, hardware choices, and operational changes.
                                                                                                                                                                  Ross Smith IV   6/9/2010   1:30PM
                                                        Microsoft Communications Server “14” will deliver unmatched tools for monitoring system health and
                                                        performance across all platform capabilities in real time and across longer time periods to understand
              Microsoft Communications Server “14”:     trends. In addition, rich reporting capabilities provide access to detailed information on Call Detail
UNC316
                    Monitoring and Reporting            Records (CDRs), conferencing sessions, and IM, enabling rich reporting for billing, regulatory, or risk
                                                        management purposes. This session covers reporting and monitoring across all Communications Server
                                                                                                                                                                  Jared Zhang;
                                                        capabilities—presence, IM, conferencing, and voice.
                                                                                                                                                                  Neil Deason     6/9/2010   1:30PM
                                                        If you are a VMware Administrator or you are considering a Virtualization Platform purchase, this
                                                        session is for you. Using demos, we cover in comparative nature how things are configured within
                                                        Microsoft Virtualization and highlight the differences in the two platforms. We'll use our secret
VIR03-INT     Hyper-V for the VMware Administrator
                                                        decoder ring to speak Microsoft/VMware, i.e., Failover Clustering is how Microsoft does HA; Live
                                                                                                                                                                    Michael
                                                        Migration is how Microsoft does Vmotion; Performance and Resource Optimization (PRO) moves
                                                                                                                                                                  Greene; Nick
                                                        Virtual Machines, and much more.
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                                                     This is an in-depth overview of the sequencing process during which you learn how an application is
                                                     transformed from an installed entity into a virtualized application using the Microsoft Application
                                                     Virtualization (App-V) Sequencer tool. See an application virtualized from beginning to end, learn the
                                                     best practices of the process and how to identify what applications can be virtualized within your
          Sequencing Deep Dive: Efficiently Making   application library. The session takes you behind the scenes to show you how to create the virtual
VIR320
                 Your Applications Virtual           environment for an application, define dependencies to a package, manage files in the Virtual File
                                                     System and the Virtual Registry; and demonstrates how it relates to the Windows OS. Learn how to
                                                     enable different levels of interaction between the virtual application and other sub-systems with what
                                                     App-V 4.5 offers, along with good tenets for determining what makes an application a good candidate
                                                     for virtualization.
                                                                                                                                                                Chris Green    6/9/2010   1:30PM
                                                     Take what you’ve seen and learned here at Tech•Ed and put it to work with your own hands. Visit the
                                                     Windows Azure Boot Camp and let us set you up with all of the bits and tools you need to start rocking
                                                     in the cloud, and walk through deploying your first cloud application. Bring your application, build one
                                                     with us, or deploy a sample application we have ready to go. All you need to bring is your laptop and
                                                     we take care of the rest. While you’re at the Windows Azure Boot Camp, we can also discuss your
                                                     applications back at work, and how they might fit into the cloud. We can even teach you how to talk
                                                     about the cloud with management. We supply a free, temporary Azure account for you to play with!
                                                     Space is limited and is available on a first-come, first-seated basis.

                                                     What you need to bring:
                                                     A computer or laptop running Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows
WAzBC-4         Windows Azure Boot Camp              Vista Service Pack 1, or Windows Vista Service Pack 2.

                                                     We will have the following bits on USB drives to install onsite and get you up and running:
                                                     •Microso Visual Studio 2010 Release Candidate (free), Microso Visual Studio 2008 SP1, or Microso
                                                     Visual Web Developer 2008 Express Edition with SP1*
                                                     •SQL Server 2005 Express Edi on (or above) (this is usually installed with Visual Studio)
                                                     •Windows Azure Tools for Microso Visual Studio
                                                     •AppFabric SDK
                                                     •Windows Azure Pla orm Training Kit

                                                     *If you use Express Edition you should update to the Visual Studio 2010 free trial, to ensure you are      Brian Moore;
                                                     able to complete all of the labs.                                                                          Brian Prince   6/9/2010   1:30PM




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                                                        Need to migrate 5 or 50,000 Windows XP machines to Windows 7 without losing any of your users
                                                        documents, Internet Explorer favorites or other profile settings? Microsoft’s Deployment Toolkit (MDT
                                                        2010) is the tool for you. This session provides you with not only the understanding of how to migrate
              Migrate Your Windows XP Machines to
                                                        your XP machine to Windows 7 but also the step-by-step instructions to take home with you for
 WCL311          Windows 7 Using Free Microsoft
                                                        creating a repeatable and automated migration. You’ll be ready the day you get back to work to
                        Deployment Tools
                                                        implement these tried and true steps. Let Deployment MVP Rhonda Layfield show you some tips and
                                                        tricks that took her months to master so you don’t make the same mistakes to ensure your migration
                                                        of Windows XP goes smoothly, efficiently, and makes you the star in your IT department.                      Rhonda
                                                                                                                                                                     Layfield      6/9/2010   1:30PM
                                                        The ASP.NET MVC framework was designed with several significant extension points to allow
                                                        developers to customize the framework’s behavior for their needs. In this talk, we cover how to use
                                                        several of the extension points in ASP.NET MVC 2: customized display and editor templates, writing
WEB02-INT      Extending Microsoft ASP.NET MVC 2
                                                        custom client- and server-side validators with DataAnnotations, introducing new model validation and
                                                        metadata providers for your own custom validation systems, controller factories and dependency
                                                        injection, customized T4 templates to control code generation, and more!
                                                                                                                                                                  Brad Wilson      6/9/2010   1:30PM
                                                         Explore enhancements to the experience for Silverlight out-of-browser applications including the
                                                         ability to host HTML content within Silverlight, playback rights-protected media when offline and
             Taking Microsoft Silverlight 4 Applications
 WEB313                                                  providing notification windows in your application. Get details on the new extensions to the sandbox
                       Beyond the Browser
                                                         that allow apps to run with elevated privileges and access the file system or interop with desktop
                                                         components via Automation.
                                                                                                                                                                    David Poll     6/9/2010   1:30PM
                                                        Was the first time you really tested your Microsoft ASP.NET application under load when you put it
                                                        into production? Don’t do it! This session digs into how you can test your ASP.NET application using
                                                        the Web testing tools built into Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate edition. You’ll see what metrics to
                                                        measure to determine the real performance of your application and how to effectively benchmark your
              Web Load Testing with Microsoft Visual
 WEB315                                                 application. Explore the trade-offs of performance and scalability to serve your entire user base
                          Studio 2010
                                                        effectively at peak and low load times. Finally, learn about how you can take the information
                                                        generated from your tests to improve your ASP.NET application performance. The techniques taught in
                                                        this session will help you keep your ASP.NET application performing at its best as your application and
                                                                                                                                                                     Richard
                                                        users evolve.
                                                                                                                                                                    Campbell       6/9/2010   1:30PM
                                                  During this interactive session, we define the Server Appliance, highlight the benefits of hardware
          Server Appliances with Windows Embedded server appliances, detail success stories in scenarios where Windows Embedded Servers are used,
WEM07-INT
                            Servers               highlight the benefits of the eco system, and talk about tools and technical content that have been                 Venu
                                                  developed for this channel.                                                                                     Subramanyam 6/9/2010        1:30PM
                                                  Learn how to optimize your Silverlight code for Windows Phone. This session discusses common
             Microsoft Silverlight Performance on
 WPH309                                           bottlenecks using the graphics and managed stacks, and highlights how to optimize startup and
                       Windows Phone
                                                  reaction time.                                                                                                  Yochay Kiriaty   6/9/2010   1:30PM

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          Designing a DirectAccess Infrastructure with This interactive session allows you to ask the questions in designing a DirectAccess infrastructure using
WSV11-INT Microsoft Forefront Unified Access Gateway Unified Access Gateway. We cover down-level client and server support, IPv4 to IPv6 translation                John Morello;
                             (UAG)                     technologies, and remote client management.                                                                  Manish Kalra;
                                                                                                                                                                    Rosa Thomas     6/9/2010   1:30PM
                                                         Learn all about setup and deployment of Windows Server 2008 R2 Failover Clusters. This session gives
                                                         an overview of the interaction of Failover Clustering with a variety of deployment strategies and
 WSV313       Failover Clustering Deployment Success
                                                         considerations, upgrades, migration, sysprep, automating deployment, AD considerations, validation,
                                                                                                                                                                       Symon
                                                         patching, scripting, Hyper-V Clustering, and SKU selection.
                                                                                                                                                                      Perriman 6/9/2010        1:30PM
                                                         Since Windows Vista, we started seeing some stange codes in our IPConfigs. The purpose of this
                There Is No Place Like 1:1: IPv6 for
 WSV328                                                  session is to get a first look at the new generation of IP protocols and understand their benefits and
                             Dummies
                                                         how they differ from IPv4.                                                                             Marc Michault 6/9/2010         1:30PM
                                                         The foundation of business success is new, more effective business strategies. The foundation of most
                                                         business strategies is IT innovation. Yet organizations often don’t think systematically about IT
             IT Innovation: What It Is and How to Get    innovation. What is it, really? How can it be encouraged? And, what’s the link with business success?
 ARC203
                            More of It                   In this session, David Chappell provides a perspective on these topics. The goal is to provide a
                                                         framework for understanding IT innovation and spark ideas for how your organization can get better at
                                                         it.                                                                                                    David Chappell 6/9/2010        3:15PM

                                                        In your work with developers in ISVs, SIs and even customers, you know that deploying and managing
                                                        applications effectively is a major headache for them. When the applications are more distributed and
                                                        services-based, the problems get more complex. So how to you provide guidance to your customers in
               Windows Server AppFabric Application     helping them solve these pains? Do you understand these challenges yourself and can you articulate to
ASI03-INT    Lifecycle in the Real World: Deploying and your clients how new innovations in Microsoft .NET Framework 4 and in Windows Server AppFabric can
                          Managing Services             help reduce or eliminate them? In this session we elaborate on the common scenarios and provide
                                                        demos on how developers have installed, deployed, and managed applications that use Windows
                                                        Communication Foundation (WCF), Windows Workflow Foundation (WF), and Windows Server                            Suren
                                                        AppFabric using experiences working with clients in our TAP program.                                         Machiraju;
                                                                                                                                                                    Zoiner Tejada   6/9/2010   3:15PM

                                                         Activities form the atoms of the Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) universe and enable you to
                                                         expose tailored, productive authoring experiences for your users to define business and application
            Building Activities to Leverage the Power of logic with new capabilities in WF 4, including simplified designer rehosting and enhanced activity and
  ASI303       Windows Workflow in Microsoft .NET        designer programming models to create domain-specific libraries of activities. This talk covers activity
                             Framework 4                 authoring, ranging from basic composition to advanced features of the activity model, such as
                                                         ActivityAction and expressions as activities. This talk concludes with a discussion on authoring custom
                                                         activity designers and then creating a custom authoring environment through designer rehosting.              Matthew
                                                                                                                                                                      Winkler       6/9/2010   3:15PM


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 Code                          Title                                                                     Abstract                                                    Speaker         Date      Time

                                                       The enterprise BI solution at Blue Square was recognized as the 2009 Microsoft (Israel) – Best
                                                       Innovation solution award winner, granted to Opisoft by Microsoft COO, Kevin Ternerwhich. It was
                                                       developed using the Microsoft suite and combines the traditional Structured DWH and applications
                                                       approach with unstructured data, business process management, GIS and Planning and Budgeting
                                                       systems into one unified business solution. The "Owl" project is practically the next generation of BI
                                                       solutions, revolutionizing the concept of data-oriented management at Blue Square. The Owl provides
                                                       a solution for multi-dimensional decision-based managerial information in a decentralized and complex
                                                       organization that operates in a complex, competitive environment in a time of market recession. The
                                                       Owl system includes a number of sub solutions: organizational data warehouse and a multi-
                                                       dimensional analysis environment (SSAS) for managers and analysts (use of Microsoft Excel 2007);
            Back to the Future – Next Generation BI at mechanization of essential business processes into Work Flow; process control screens; gathering of
 BIC209
             an Enterprise Retailer Blue Square Israel unstructured information and integrating it into the organizational data warehouse; thematic portals
                                                       comprising structured and non-structured business-related information (visualization of information
                                                       from the data warehouse, maps, RSS, unstructured information collected by the organization) etc.;
                                                       control and review center for the CEO who compiles all types of data according to the business areas
                                                       covering the organization's types of activities; Microsoft-based budget planning system that integrates
                                                       into the organizational data warehouse and enables high-resolution, accurate planning and the
                                                       incorporation of the entire organization into budget planning (from the branch level to the CEO level).

                                                         Blue Square Inc. (NYSE: symbol "BSI"):
                                                                                                                                                                  Amit Shaked;
                                                         Top Enterprise Leader in the Food and Retail industry in the Israeli market, with over 230 stores, 5
                                                                                                                                                                   Ittay Hazan      6/9/2010   3:15PM
                                                         supermarket brands and U.S $ 1.8 billion in Annual revenues, competing in a very competitive market.
                                                         Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services was improved significantly under the covers in server
                                                         architecture, report processing, and report rendering. While many of your existing reports will leverage
             Optimizing Reports for Performance and
BIE14-INT                                                these improvements automatically, this session brings to your attention specific new features, report
                              Scale                                                                                                                                  Neeraja
                                                         design patterns, tips, tricks, and best practices that will enable your reports to even better leverage
                                                                                                                                                                  Divakaruni; Yi
                                                         Reporting Services performance and scalability improvements.
                                                                                                                                                                       Liao         6/9/2010   3:15PM
                                                         Learn how you can create a real-time dashboard with the Microsoft BI Stack. This session walks
                                                         through how to create all the necessary components and use them together with the SharePoint
               Creating Real-Time Dashboards with
 BIO303                                                  Server 2010 Business Intelligence capabilities to create a real-time dashboard in SharePoint Server
                Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010
                                                         2010, like that of the BI Racer game shown at SharePoint Conference and PASS. What's BI Racer? Come
                                                                                                                                                                       Scott
                                                         and find out. You won't be disappointed.
                                                                                                                                                                   Heimendinger     6/9/2010   3:15PM
                                                         PowerPivot for Excel (and SharePoint) is a breakthrough technology that enables end users to build BI
                                                         solutions and collaborate with their peers. This session dives deep into the capabilities of PowerPivot
            Building Sophisticated BI Applications Using
 BIU201                                                  for Excel and shows how end users can build sophisticated BI applications using an intuitive and
             Microsoft PowerPivot for Microsoft Excel
                                                         seamless user experience. This session consists almost entirely of demos and assumes some basic
                                                                                                                                                                   Julie Strauss;
                                                         knowledge of PowerPivot and its value proposition.
                                                                                                                                                                    T.K. Anand      6/9/2010   3:15PM

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                                                        What do small network implementations look like in the cloud era? As opportunities for BPOS, hosted
                                                        LOBs, hosted security, and off-site backup present themselves in the cloud era, how does this change
                                                        your recommendation to small businesses? How will consultants continue to make money? Where are
                                                        the opportunities now and where are they going? Is there enough recurring revenue in the cloud
            Small Business: Shifting from Services to a
BOF24-IT                                                model to keep IT consulting businesses operating in the small business market?
                    Recurring Revenue Model
                                                        There are many possibilities for discussion. In my own practice we have begun the transition from
                                                        primarily a services revenue generation model into building a recurring revenue stream from hosted
                                                                                                                                                                   Russell
                                                        applications. Will it work?
                                                                                                                                                                  Clements      6/9/2010   3:15PM
                                                        The days when applications ran on a single are long gone. Now we deal with constant attempts by
                                                        hackers to access system. The increased usage of cloud computing adds a new dimension to this issue.
             How Secure Are Your Applications in the
BOF51-ALL                                               Whether you are a developer or IT pro, bring your ideas and thoughts on how we can collectively keep
             World of Hackers and Cloud Computing?
                                                        the bad guys away. What are the best practices? How can developers and system administrators work
                                                        together to achieve secure systems?
                                                                                                                                                                Patrick Hynds   6/9/2010   3:15PM

                                                      Wednesday is Unified Communications Day in Microsoft Certification! This Certification Preparation
                                                      session focuses on what you need to know to get certified and pass the SharePoint Server 2010
                                                      Application Development Technology Specialist MCP exams. The session is led by an expert Microsoft
              Certification Prep Session on Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) who regularly presents on this topic. The presenter walks you through the
 CER210     SharePoint Server 2010 Development: Exam objectives that are covered in the exam, gives you some general exam taking tips and technology
                               70-573                 “gotchas” about SharePoint Server 2010 Development. This session is your last step in getting ready for
                                                      these exams. Don’t miss it and the other Unified Communications Certification Preparation Sessions at
                                                      Tech·Ed North America. Once you ready to take the exam, walk over to the Prometric testing center
                                                      across the hall and get your 50% exam discount!                                                           Christopher
                                                                                                                                                                 Harrison       6/9/2010   3:15PM
                                                        Learn about the storage capabilities provided by Windows Azure including storing and manipulating
 COS310         Windows Azure Storage Deep Dive         blobs, structured non-relational entities, and using queues. Learn tips, tricks, and performance
                                                        guidance for building new applications or migrating an existing project.
                                                                                                                                                                 Jai Haridas    6/9/2010   3:15PM

                                                      SQL Server 2008 provides a wealth of security features to help satisfy business as well as compliance
                                                      goals. While you've probably used some of the features, there are probably some new things you can
          Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Security Tips and
DAT09-INT                                             learn. For example, do you know how to periodically rotate the database encryption key automatically?
                            Tricks
                                                      Or, how to detect whenever an Audit in any of your instances is disabled or modified? Come to this
                                                      session to learn the answers to these questions, as well as a few other tips and tricks.
                                                                                                                                                                 Il-Sung Lee    6/9/2010   3:15PM



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 Code                        Title                                                                    Abstract                                                    Speaker          Date      Time

       SQL Server Management: Troubleshoot Like In this session, learn how to use tools like Activity Monitor, Data Collector, Utility Control Point, Policy-
DAT208 a Pro with the Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Based Management, and PowerShell to identify, diagnose, and resolve problems that might pop up
                          Tools                    when running your applications against SQL Server 2008 R2.
                                                                                                                                                                Clifford Dibble   6/9/2010   3:15PM


                                                    Have you ever stared at a convoluted requirement, unsure of where to begin and how to get there
                                                    with T-SQL? Have you ever spent three days working on a long and complex query, wondering if there
                                                    might be a better way? Good news: The OVER clause, first introduced in Microsoft SQL Server 2005,
                                                    can be used to quickly and easily solve a number of problems that were previously very difficult or
                                                    seemingly impossible. In this session, learn to leverage aggregations and windowing operations to gain
          T-SQL Power! The OVER Clause: Your Key to
DAT317                                              insight without losing information, enabling you to answer a number of interesting business problems
                  No-Sweat Problem Solving
                                                    with ease. Several demos are shown to highlight the utility of the OVER clause for solving a large
                                                    number of difficult--yet common--query problems, including custom paging schemes, data de-
                                                    duplication, "top-N" problems, and complex statistical calculations. You also learn how to creatively
                                                    apply the feature to help with performance optimization of certain classes of tough queries. If you're
                                                    tired of writing queries that just don't seem good enough, attend this session to get to the next level.       Adam
                                                                                                                                                                  Machanic        6/9/2010   3:15PM

                                                   Forget a good portion of everything you know about deploying failover clustering if you're used to
                                                   Windows Server 2003 and SQL Server 2000 or 2005. With the introduction of Windows Server 2008 and
                                                   with further improvements in R2, Windows failover clustering is a different experience than in the
          Windows Server 2008 R2 and Microsoft SQL
                                                   past. Come to see how the changes and improvements to Windows affect clustered SQL Server
DAT407         Server 2008: Failover Clustering
                                                   deployments. There are quite a few things that can trip you up in the areas of setup, upgrade, and
                      Implementations
                                                   patching processes (among other things) with SQL Server 2008 with its changes. This session bridges
                                                   the gap of what you may have known to what you now need to know to have successful deployments
                                                   of SQL Server 2008 failover clustering on Windows Server 2008 R2.
                                                                                                                                                                  Allan Hirt      6/9/2010   3:15PM
                                                      Applications today are expected to expose their data and consume data-centric services via REST. In
                                                      this session we discuss what REST is and have an overview of Windows Communication Foundation
                                                      (WCF) Data Services and see how we can REST enable your data using the Open Data Protocol (OData).
                                                      Then we cover how to leverage existing skills related to Microsoft Visual Studio, LINQ and data access
          Building RESTful Applications with the Open
DEV303                                                to customize the behavior, control-flow, security model and experience of your data service. We then
                         Data Protocol
                                                      see how to enable data-binding to traditional ASP.NET controls as well as Microsoft Silverlight and
                                                      Microsoft PowerPivot for Microsoft Excel 2010. We then turn to consuming SharePoint and other
                                                      OData-based applications in Microsoft .NET as well as from a non-Microsoft client. This is a very demo
                                                      intensive session.
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  Code                        Title                                                                    Abstract                                                      Speaker        Date      Time

                                                     Building Silverlight and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) applications has become much more
        Making the Most of the Microsoft Silverlight straightforward in Visual Studio 2010. Whether you’re already a seasoned WPF/Silverlight developer or
 DEV313   and WPF Designer in Microsoft Visual       the technologies are new to you, come along to this session and see a data-driven Silverlight
                                                                                                                                                           Mark Boulter;
                      Studio 2010                    application built up from scratch using the new designer features – we show you tips and tricks for
                                                                                                                                                           Mark Wilson-
                                                     how to leverage the new tooling to get great results with the least sweat!
                                                                                                                                                             Thomas                6/9/2010   3:15PM

                                                       Process improvement without adequate metrics is shooting in the dark -- you might hit your target, but
                                                       it's impossible to aim and difficult to determine how close you were to hitting your goal. In this session
                                                       we look at how to efficiently collect data, and how and when it’s appropriate to make changes to a
                                                       process to collect the right data. We then talk about several candidate metrics (Top 10 key metrics)
                                                       that many real-world organizations have used to achieve real improvements and get an excellent
              Metrics That Matter: Real Measures to
 DPR306                                                return on investment on their metric initiatives.
                Improve Software Development
                                                       This talk is based on experience. I’ve applied the theory, and sometimes won, sometimes lost. Don’t
                                                       miss this chance to hear the struggles, failures, and ultimately successes that have come from years of
                                                       experience trying to bring change to numerous organizations, big and small. Learn from my mistakes,
                                                       and walk away with concrete steps you can take today to drive real change.
                                                                                                                                                                    Steven Borg    6/9/2010   3:15PM
                                                    Bring your questions about the new service level features in Operations Manager R2 and the options
            Microsoft System Center Operations
                                                    for creating service level reports and dashboards. We can discuss how to use our out-of-the-box
MGT09-INT Manager 2007 R2: Service Levels, Reports,
                                                    reports effectively and how to author reports, as well as how to author reports with ZERO
            Dashboards, and Report Authoring
                                                    programming. Come join us in this highly interactive session with the product team!
                                                                                                                                                                    Chris Harris   6/9/2010   3:15PM
                                                       System Center Essentials (SCE) 2010 is designed to deliver enterprise-class management to mid-sized
                                                       organizations between 50-500 PCs. This session is full of demos – to highlight each of the major
            Technical Introduction to Microsoft System
 MGT314                                                aspects of SCE 2010, including server and client monitoring, software deployment and patching,
                       Center Essentials 2010
                                                       virtualization management and migration, and how to get started with easy setup and configuration.
                                                                                                                                                                      Jason
                                                       Come see it here first.
                                                                                                                                                                    Buffington     6/9/2010   3:15PM
                                                    Access Services introduces a new toolset to develop Microsoft SharePoint-connected applications.
                                                    Learn how Access Services works with SharePoint to deliver a new user experience. We discuss the
OSP01-INT Microsoft Access Services: Under the Hood
                                                    data caching model that Access Services uses to optimize queries with larger sets of data. We also look
                                                                                                                                                                      Kerry
                                                    at the internal workings of the Access Services Query Processor to show you what it can do.
                                                                                                                                                                     Westphal      6/9/2010   3:15PM




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                                                        Attackers are increasingly targeting applications to get at sensitive corporate data, and Office is no
                                                        exception. It's not just about macro viruses anymore – any Office file can be used in an attack, and
                                                        firewall-based protections aren't always enough. Office 2010 introduces a best-in-class suite of layered
                                                        defenses to help prevent the spread of malware via Office documents. This session covers what you
               Advances in Microsoft Office Client
 OSP201                                                 need to know about Office File Validation, Protected View and other protective technologies
              Security: Keeping Enterprise Data Safe
                                                        introduced in Microsoft Office 2010 and how they can keep your users safe without getting in the way.
                                                        We also cover new ways that Office helps enterprises protect sensitive data while enabling
                                                        collaboration with enhancements to our password protection, digital signature and rights management
                                                                                                                                                                 Brad Albrecht;
                                                        capabilities.
                                                                                                                                                                  Ross Carter     6/9/2010   3:15PM

                                                        Business Connectivity Services in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 enables integration with line-of-
                                                        business applications and other enterprise and Web 2.0 data sources. It was known in Microsoft Office
                 Building Solutions with Business       SharePoint Server 2007 as the Business Data Catalog (BDC) and has been significantly improved in
 OSP302
                       Connectivity Services            SharePoint 2010. This session shows building BCS External Content Types with both the Microsoft
                                                        Visual Studio 2010 designer and with Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010. This provides multiple ways
                                                        to expose line-of-business data, from a variety of sources, as SharePoint 2010 External Lists.
                                                                                                                                                                  Scot Hillier    6/9/2010   3:15PM
             Secure Endpoint: Architecting Forefront    In this session we discuss the architecture, protection technologies included in Forefront Endpoint
SIA07-INT    Endpoint Protection 2010 on Microsoft      Protection 2010, and the integration with System Center Configuration Manager infrastructure. We
                                                                                                                                                                  Bill Jensen;
              System Center Configuration Manager       also discuss how to deploy client security in your enterprise.
                                                                                                                                                                   Igal Figlin    6/9/2010   3:15PM
                                                    Claims-based identity provides an open and interoperable approach to identity and access control that
                                                    can be consistently applied both on-premises and in the cloud. Come to this session to learn about
            Identity and Access Management: Windows
 SIA303                                             how Windows Identity Foundation can be used to secure your Web Roles hosted in Windows Azure,
              Identity Foundation and Windows Azure
                                                    how you can take advantage of existing on-premises identities and how to make the best of features in
                                                                                                                                                                   Vittorio
                                                    our cloud offering, such as certificate management and staged environments.
                                                                                                                                                                   Bertocci       6/9/2010   3:15PM
                                                      Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS) is Microsoft’s information protection
                                                      technology that helps prevent information leakage by applying persistent access rights to digital assets.
             Information Protection: Active Directory Come and spend an exciting hour learning and seeing demonstrations of how new AD RMS features in
 SIA311         Rights Management Services in the     the Windows Server 2008 R2 wave can help your organization protect its highly sensitive content. This
            Windows Server 2008 R2 Wave and Beyond session dives into bulk protection features, automatic protection via the integration of Bulk Protection
                                                      Tool and the File Classification Infrastructure and new information rights management features in
                                                      Exchange 2010.
                                                                                                                                                                  Clinton Ho      6/9/2010   3:15PM




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  Code                        Title                                                                    Abstract                                                      Speaker         Date      Time

                                                       Have questions regarding your specific interoperability scenarios with Communications Server?
                                                       Regardless if you’re looking at IM networks, Video Conferencing systems, SIP Trunking providers or
              Microsoft Communications Server "14"     PBXs and Gateways, bring your questions and hear directly from the product team on how
UNC08-INT
                      Interoperability Q&A             Communications Server can work with your existing enterprise infrastructure to provide a great
                                                       communications experience from the PC, phone and mobile device either inside or outside the
                                                                                                                                                                     Francois
                                                       corporate network.
                                                                                                                                                                    Doremieux       6/9/2010   3:15PM

                                                     Conversation View, Calendar Sharing, Exchange ActiveSync Block/Allow/Quarantine list, Outlook
                                                     Mobile and more are all being updated in Exchange Server 2010 SP1. User interfaces have been
                                                     improved, new functionality has been added, and new UI has been created. Come learn how users will
               What's New in OWA, Mobility, and
                                                     be able to print and share calendars, see new actions in OWA conversation view, find out about the
 UNC203     Calendaring in Microsoft Exchange Server
                                                     new OWA theming, explore the new Block/Allow/Quarantine list UI, and get up to speed on the latest
                            2010 SP1
                                                     innovations in Exchange ActiveSync including an updated Outlook Mobile! This session covers the new
                                                     work done by the Exchange team in the Client Access Server role for Exchange Server 2010 SP1. Come
                                                     see why Exchange 2010 SP1 will be even better for administrators and end users.
                                                                                                                                                                   Adam Glick       6/9/2010   3:15PM
                                                     Microsoft Communications Server "14" is on the way and that means new capabilities for both on-
                                                     premises and cloud service offerings. Gain a better understanding of the current and future capabilities
            Microsoft Communications Online: Present
 UNC206                                              in Microsoft Communications Online. We cover all workloads, including IM/Presence, conferencing and              Dennis
                          and Future
                                                     voice, as well as a deep-dive into the co-existence scenarios for hybrid online and on-premise                Karlinsky; Ziv
                                                     deployment options.                                                                                                Fass        6/9/2010   3:15PM
                                                       With Windows Server 2008 R2, the traditional session virtualization scenario delivered through Remote
                                                       Desktop Services (formerly Terminal Services) is expanding its role to provide an extensible platform
                                                       for a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI). VDI enables Windows 7 desktop environments to run within
             Remote Desktop Session Host vs. Virtual
 VIR316                                                centralized Hyper-V servers. But which of the two is the solution of choice? In this session, Benny
               Desktop Infrastructure Smackdown
                                                       Tritsch, Remote Desktop Services MVP, introduces you to the two options, highlighting pros and cons
                                                       in an unbiased manner. With real-world examples and demonstrations he gives you expert guidance on
                                                                                                                                                                    Bernhard
                                                       when to use what.
                                                                                                                                                                     Tritsch        6/9/2010   3:15PM
                                                       Windows 7 has a bevy of new features that hit the IT professional along painpoints that they've
                                                       struggled with for years. When combined with Windows Server 2008 R2 we now have DirectAccess to
                                                       remove the VPN painpoint, we have BranchCache to remove the remote office access speed
                                                       frustration, we have XP Mode to get your users off the 2001 OS and into the 2010 Windows 7 world.
WCL08-INT             Windows 7 at Mach 5
                                                       This session will rev you through these features and more, including BitLocker To Go, WinSAT XML file
                                                       review, quick performance monitoring at the command prompt, and the list goes on. Buckle up and
                                                       keep your hands inside the vehicle at all times for this interactive session that will keep you pinned to
                                                                                                                                                                      J. Peter
                                                       your seat.
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                                                          Learn the best practices for writing compatible applications for the Windows operating system and
                Windows Application Readiness for
 WCL321                                                   migrating Windows XP applications to Windows 7 and Windows Vista. Also, learn about common
                          Developers
                                                          application compatibility changes so you can effortlessly get your applications up and running.
                                                                                                                                                                   Pat Altimore   6/9/2010   3:15PM
                                                          This session is for those who fully understand the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, but are looking to do
                                                          more. We pool the key deployment customization themes and provide concrete examples to improve
                 Unleash the Power of Microsoft           your deployments. In this session, we will not cover overview themes or 300 level content. We discuss
 WCL403
                    Deployment Toolkit 2010               topics such as: understanding and using rules, deep dive into the deployment wizards, how to utilize
                                                          the scripting framework to create your own scripts, custom database lookups, Web service lookups,
                                                          and anything else you may want to know.
                                                                                                                                                                   Mike Niehaus   6/9/2010   3:15PM

                                                          Explore how Expression Blend lets you design and build rich, vibrant Silverlight 4 applications. Take    Alan Gasperini
             Authoring for Microsoft Silverlight 4 with
 WEB201                                                   advantage of a host of new platform and tools capabilities to produce better user experiences, with          ; Unni
                   Microsoft Expression Blend
                                                          less code.                                                                                               Ravindranatha
                                                                                                                                                                          n       6/9/2010   3:15PM

                                                        The jQuery library is an open source JavaScript library that has a passionate community of developers.
                                                        Come learn how Microsoft is working with the jQuery project to contribute new features to jQuery
                                                        such as support for client-side templates and how Microsoft is working to make it easier to use jQuery
            Building Rich AJAX Applications with jQuery
 WEB311                                                 with Microsoft technologies such as ASP.NET, Windows Communication Foundation, and OData. Also
               and the ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit
                                                        learn how Microsoft is improving the quality of the AJAX Control Toolkit and working to build greater
                                                        community participation in the AJAX Control Toolkit project. With over 100,000 downloads a month,
                                                        the AJAX Control Toolkit is one of the most popular open-source projects hosted at CodePlex.
                                                                                                                                                                    Dan Wahlin    6/9/2010   3:15PM

                                                          Windows Embedded Standard 7 is the latest addition to the family of Microsoft Windows Embedded
                                                          products. This product brings the power of latest Windows 7 experiences to the world of embedded
                                                          devices. In this demo-loaded talk discover how Windows Embedded Standard 7 satisfies embedded
               Build a Secure Device with Windows         requirements, based on real-life examples from smart connected digital signage which is one of today’s
WEM01-INT
                       Embedded Standard 7                hottest embedded computing applications. To eliminate disk drive failures, devices need to boot from
                                                          solid state media. Unattended devices also require a secure, locked-down operating system to prevent
                                                          tempering. Smooth and quick system recovery from power outage is another concern for many                   Nick
                                                          embedded devices and to block OS popup messages from being displayed at inappropriate times.           Jayawardana;
                                                                                                                                                                 Robert Smith     6/9/2010   3:15PM
                                                          Do you have questions about application performance on Windows Phone? Meet the expert: Maarten
                                                          Struys has years of experience developing for Windows Phone and has spent a lot of time developing
WPH04-INT        Windows Phone 7 Performance
                                                          for Windows Phone 7. Come and ask what he has learned about how to optimize code for Windows             Maarten
                                                          Phone.                                                                                                     Struys       6/9/2010   3:15PM


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                                                       With the release of Windows Phone, game developers will be able to create amazing content rapidly
           Building Windows Phone Games with           through the power of Microsoft Silverlight and the XNA Framework. This talk outlines the basic
WPH307
                Microsoft XNA Game Studio              application model of Windows Phone, enumerates Windows Phone core device characteristics, and
                                                                                                                                                                         Adam
                                                       walks through highlights of Silverlight and XNA Frameworks on the phone.
                                                                                                                                                                       Schaeffer   6/9/2010   3:15PM
                                                       Providing small business customers with a sophisticated technology infrastructure to help them solve
                                                       their productivity challenges and meet their business goals can seem like a daunting task. Windows
          Deploying the Right First Server for Small
                                                       Small Business Server (SBS) was specifically designed to meet these challenges in a way that is far
WSV304    Business Customers with Windows Small
                                                       easier to deploy and administer than using stand-alone products. In this session we show you how to
                      Business Server
                                                       prepare, plan, and deploy the right first server solution for small businesses. Learn about the key
                                                       considerations you need to know in order to successfully implement or migrate to SBS.
                                                                                                                                                                     Adam Denning 6/9/2010    3:15PM
                                                 Explore the latest Windows Server release via a quick-paced demo-oriented survey of features with a
         Top Developer Technologies with Windows focus on performance, Web, management, and other server solution scenarios. Learn about developing
WSV329                                                                                                                                                      Christian
                      Server 2008 R2             applications for “many-core” scale, using efficient “trigger-started” services, integrate solutions with
                                                                                                                                                          Saborio; Phil
                                                 the File Classification Infrastructure, and designing Web Platform extensions.
                                                                                                                                                          Pennington               6/9/2010   3:15PM

                                                       Architects always strive for modularity to achieve extensibility, maintainability, and reuse – the
                                                       technology for the modules, the glue, changes over time, from objects, to .NET to WCF. And yet, all of
                                                       these introduce inherit complexity. When you design a highly modular system, it would be naive of you
                                                       to expect that the things you will do differently will be limited to design and technology. The
                                                       development process itself needs to be modular, accommodating the complexity of the modules as a
           A Modular Approach to Development
ARC201                                                 system. In this intense session, Juval shares his original techniques, metrics, and ideas, all practiced in
                        Process
                                                       real life, allowing for a module-oriented development process. This talk presents a battle-hardened
                                                       development process that you can immediately apply to achieve robust applications, manage
                                                       requirements, and ensure faster time to market. Also, see how the various team members – the
                                                       architect, the project manager and developers – should work in concert, and their respective tasks and
                                                       responsibilities towards the modules.
                                                                                                                                                                      Juval Lowy   6/9/2010   5:00PM

                                                     In this session, we discuss the B2B space, and how BizTalk can help customers manage their B2B
                                                     processes, partner relationships, etc. BizTalk Server 2010 boosts developers productivity and reduce
                                                     the time it takes to implement and modify B2B solutions. Improvements include a new mapper for
         Building Large B2B Integration Solutions on
ASI304                                               transforming XML documents, new and enhanced adapters (FTPS and FTP). In particular for B2B
                Microsoft BizTalk Server 2010
                                                     integration solution the new Trading Partner Management (TPM) portal is discussed and
                                                     demonstrated. We also discuss the enhancements in this area in BizTalk 2010 and share our vision and            Mark Beckner;
                                                     roadmap in this space for future BizTalk releases. We demo new features in BizTalk 2010!                             Ravi
                                                                                                                                                                     Bollapragada 6/9/2010    5:00PM


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                                                          You're ready to move to PerformancePoint Services in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, but what do
                                                          you do with your existing dashboards, KPIs, and reports? This session explains best practices in
                                                          upgrading your PerformancePoint Server 2007 deployments to PerformancePoint Services. It highlights
                    Upgrading Microsoft Office
                                                          the differences between the two versions, including retired capabilities, and explains how to
 BIE311          PerformancePoint Server 2007 to
                                                          successfully migrate your content. Those attending this session will see demos of the upgrade
                      SharePoint Server 2010
                                                          capabilities and learn about techniques and approaches for upgrading. This session also discusses how
                                                          to move content from development and test environments to production environments using
                                                                                                                                                                        Josh
                                                          SharePoint, the new workspace file format, and import capabilities.
                                                                                                                                                                     Zimmerman      6/9/2010   5:00PM
                                                        Are you currently using Crystal Reports for your reporting needs? Do you want to leverage your SQL
            Migrating from Crystal Reports to Microsoft
 BIP203                                                 Server license to meet your reporting needs? This partner presentation can help put you on a path to           Sabrena
                   SQL Server Reporting Services
                                                        migration.                                                                                                     McBride      6/9/2010   5:00PM

                                                          PowerPivot for Excel 2010 is a data analysis tool that delivers unmatched computational power directly
                                                          within the application users already know and love – Microsoft Excel. Learn how to transform data
                                                          with incredible speed into meaningful information to quickly get answers. This session is designed to
BIU04-INT    Data Analysis Using Microsoft Excel 2010
                                                          provide real-world scenarios and sample solutions using PowerPivot and multiple data sources.
                                                          Empower your decision making, share and collaborate with confidence, and improve efficiencies using
                                                          PowerPivot. These perspectives are through field experience with customers.
                                                                                                                                                                     Curtis Young   6/9/2010   5:00PM
                                                          Do you want to know the top 10 new features that are going to make designing and creating leading-
             Microsoft Excel and Excel Services 2010:     edge Business Intelligence solutions easier? In this session we walk you through an overview of the
BIU06-INT     Top 10 Things You Need to Know for          new capabilities in Excel and Excel Services 2010, and how you can take advantage of them today, to
                      Business Intelligence               create rich business solutions that will delight your users. Excel and Excel Services is sure to enhance
                                                                                                                                                                     Albert Chew;
                                                          the way every user analyzes and shares data in your organization.
                                                                                                                                                                     Pej Javaheri   6/9/2010   5:00PM
                                                          With BI-related IT skills still in short supply, business users have taken matters into their own hands,
                                                          developing and deploying more of their own analytic applications. Not surprisingly, they like the
 BIU205         Unleashing the Business End User          freedom to pursue what’s important when it’s important. These newly-empowered business users will
                                                          significantly impact the course that BI, analytics, and performance management programs take over
                                                          the next 12-24 months.
                                                                                                                                                                     John Hagerty   6/9/2010   5:00PM
                                                          Can we virtualize everything? Can we virtualize our managers? What can we, and can we not virtualize
             Can Virtualization Be the Biggest Solution   in the IT World? What is the best way to do P2V migration? What is the best way to begin to virtualize
BOF26-IT
                        for all IT Problems?              our Datacenter? What tools and guides can we use? Come to this session to discuss and contribute
                                                                                                                                                                       Marcos
                                                          your experience and share your pain with virtualization. We'll try to virtualize you, too!
                                                                                                                                                                      Nogueira      6/9/2010   5:00PM




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                                                         Local communities provide valuable resources and networking for all technology professionals. Come
              How Do You Build or Strengthen Local       join us to share experiences on what works, what doesn't work, and brainstorm about how to build             Barry Sellers;
BOF52-ALL
               Developer and IT Pro Communities?         strong communities including working with local Microsoft offices, organizing Code Camps, Load Fests,        Daniel Sörlöv;
                                                         etc.                                                                                                            Shawn
                                                                                                                                                                        Weisfeld       6/9/2010   5:00PM
                                                         Wednesday is Unified Communications Day in Microsoft Certification! This Certification Preparation
                                                         session focuses on what you need to know to get certified and pass the Office Communications Server
                                                         2007 R2: Voice Specialization exam. The session is led by an expert Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT)
              Certification Prep Session on Microsoft    who regularly presents on this topic. The presenter walks you through the objectives that are covered
 CER211       Office Communications Server 2007 R2       in the exam, gives you some general exam taking tips and technology “gotchas” about Office
                Voice Specialization: Exam 74-404        Communications Server 2007 R2. This session is your last step in getting ready for these exams. Don’t
                                                         miss it and the other Unified Communications Certification Preparation Sessions at Tech·Ed North
                                                         America. Once you ready to take the exam, walk over to the Prometric testing center across the hall
                                                         and get your 50% exam discount!
                                                                                                                                                                      Gordon Ryan      6/9/2010   5:00PM
                                                        A platform is only as powerful as the tools that let you build applications for it. This session focuses on
                                                        using demos, not slides, to show the best way to use Visual Studio 2010 to develop Windows Azure
            Using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 to Build applications. Learn tips, tricks and solutions to common problems when creating or moving an existing
 COS307
             Applications That Run on Windows Azure application to run on Windows Azure. Come see how Visual Studio 2010 supports all parts of the
                                                        development cycle as we show how to take an ASP.NET application running on IIS and make it a
                                                        scalable cloud application running on Windows Azure.
                                                                                                                                                                      Jim Nakashima 6/9/2010      5:00PM
                                                       Resource Governor is a new SQL Server 2008 feature which provides enterprise customers the ability
          Best Practices of Using Microsoft SQL Server to both monitor and control CPU and memory utilization by different workloads on the same instance.
DAT02-INT
                    2008 Resource Governor             In this session we focus on best practices and common misconceptions when using SQL Server
                                                                                                                                                                          Boris
                                                       Resource Governor. We illustrate some of the discussed areas with live examples.
                                                                                                                                                                       Baryshnikov     6/9/2010   5:00PM
                                                         Data Compression has been one of the most popular features of SQL Server 2008. In this presentation
                                                         we look into the common customer questions regarding usage scenarios and performance. We then
             Microsoft SQL Server Data Compression:
 DAT309                                                  examine changes to Data Compression (i.e., Unicode Compression) available in SQL Server 2008 R2.
                    Experience and Changes
                                                         Attendees should already be familiar with the basics of ROW and PAGE compression features
                                                         introduced in SQL Server 2008.
                                                                                                                                                          Sunil Agarwal 6/9/2010                  5:00PM
                                                      Come explore the new enhancements in SQL Server 2008 R2, known as Application and Multi-Server
               Microsoft SQL Server Management:
 DAT310                                               Management, which enable a more efficient way to develop, deploy, and manage data-tier applications
            Developing Managed Data-Tier Applications
                                                      and instances.                                                                                      Charlie Carson 6/9/2010                 5:00PM




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  Code                         Title                                                                   Abstract                                                    Speaker        Date      Time

                                                       Every developer has been in this situation. You start a new job, and the first thing you are given is
                                                       some legacy code to support. How do you go about understanding this code base? This is where the
               Using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 to
DEV08-INT                                              new architecture tools in Visual Studio 2010 can help. In this session we attack and conquer this
                   Understand Your Applications
                                                       scenario. Through the use of Architecture Explorer and Dependency Graphs, as well as other tools,
                                                       learn how the Visual Studio 2010 can help you dissect and understand any application.
                                                                                                                                                                 Mark Groves     6/9/2010   5:00PM

                                                       Did you know that Team Foundation Server can be used for software development by your entire
                                                       organization - not just the team using Microsoft platforms and technologies? Come along to this
                Heterogeneous Development with         session to see how you can get your Java, Mac, Linux, and Eclipse developers on board. This session
 DEV308         Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Team      shows you how you can standardize on Team Foundation Server for the Application Lifecycle
                       Foundation Server               Management of your entire enterprise. See how to manage work items, version control, and build
                                                       automation across technology and platform boundaries in your company and understand the features
                                                       and functionality available to the people in your organization.                                             Martin
                                                                                                                                                                  Woodward       6/9/2010   5:00PM
                                                      LINQ technology in Microsoft .NET has some great hooks into XML that make using XML documents a
                                                      breeze. This session explores how you will put this technology to work in your applications. Many
                                                      XPath queries can be greatly simplified using LINQ. Besides the obvious advantages of using LINQ to
 DEV320     Simplify XML Processing Using LINQ to XML
                                                      iterate over XML data you can also use it to create and process XML documents. One great way you
                                                      can use XML is in prototyping, another is to merge XML data with Microsoft Office Word 2007
                                                      documents. In this session, learn to use LINQ to XML for real-world applications.
                                                                                                                                                                  Paul Sheriff   6/9/2010   5:00PM
                                                      The OData ecosystem is a vibrant growing community of data producers and consumers using the
              Best Practices: Creating OData Services OData protocol to exchange data. The easiest way to become an OData producer and join the OData
 DEV323     Using Windows Communication Foundation community is using WCF Data Services. In this session, learn WCF Data Services best practices so you
                       (WCF) Data Services            can do it right. We cover security, performance, custom business logic, and how to expose your unique
                                                      data source using OData.
                                                                                                                                                                  Alex James     6/9/2010   5:00PM
                                                       Why should anybody ever write a custom app? In a world full of packaged software, why not just buy
                                                       everything you need? The answer is that custom applications let an organization differentiate itself,
                                                       and so building the right applications is one of the best ways to create competitive advantage. In this
 DPR202         The Case for Custom Development        session, David Chappell gives a perspective on the relationship between custom development and
                                                       business strategy, examines software development as a business process, and looks at how the
                                                       software development process affects other business processes. The goal is to help make clear,
                                                       especially for decision makers, the value of custom development.
                                                                                                                                                                 David Chappell 6/9/2010    5:00PM




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Code                         Title                                                                    Abstract                                                     Speaker       Date      Time


                                                       HP Insight Control, combined with Microsoft System Center and Hyper-V, enables customers to
                                                       consolidate hardware, improve utilization, increase automation, and enhance system portability. This
                                                       session highlights the core HP server integrations for System Center, including OS deployment and
            HP Insight Control for Microsoft System
MGT206                                                 updates, server and monitoring and alerting, virtual machine management, as well as packaging,
                            Center
                                                       licensing, and installation considerations. Live demos of these features are also shown. Learn how
                                                       System Center customers can optimize their HP server and blade management experience and bring
                                                       deep insight, precise control, and ongoing optimization to infrastructures running Windows.
                                                                                                                                                                 Doug de Werd   6/9/2010   5:00PM
                                                       Where scale or a simplified architecture is desired, the next release of Configuration Manager allows
                                                       large and small organizations to meet those needs through a new site hierarchy architecture. These
                                                       improvements change how data is moved around the hierarchy by taking an increased reliance on SQL
            Microsoft System Center Configuration
MGT306                                                 technology and the new Configuration Manager administration security model. We also explain the
              Manager v.Next: Hierarchy Design
                                                       central administration model and how primary and secondary sites relationships have evolved. This is a
                                                                                                                                                                   Jeffrey
                                                       must attend session for anyone who wants to understand the changes and impact for customer
                                                                                                                                                                 Sutherland;
                                                       hierarchies.
                                                                                                                                                                 John Vintzel   6/9/2010   5:00PM
                                                  SharePoint 2010 has new and improved ways to work with data. LINQ to SharePoint lets a developer
                                                  work with data from SharePoint lists in a strongly typed way that preserves relationships between lists.
                                                  Integration of ADO.NET Data Services provides a way to get data from SharePoint remotely using REST-
       Developing with REST and LINQ in Microsoft style Web services. The new Client APIs provide a programming model for SharePoint lists that doesn’t
OSP309
                    SharePoint 2010               have to run on the server. This session demonstrates how to write code that uses each of these new
                                                  data-oriented features and shows some new SharePoint platform data-oriented features along the
                                                  way. We also explain how to choose which data access technology is best for different custom
                                                                                                                                                                     Paul
                                                  development scenarios.
                                                                                                                                                                  Schaeflein    6/9/2010   5:00PM
                                                       Data recovery is non-negotiable; you can't buy back lost data. Learn why IT continuity management is
            SharePoint is Down: Solutions for High
OSP318                                                 important, how to protect your content, and investments in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 to get
               Availability and Disaster Recovery
                                                       you there.                                                                                                  Bill Baer    6/9/2010   5:00PM
                                                       Microsoft IT has over 2500 "known" line-of-business applications (and probably as many unofficial).
               Identity and Access Management:
                                                       Microsoft IT discusses how we're leveraging AD FS 2.0 and Windows Identity Framework to redefine
SIA302    Centralizing Application Authorization Using
                                                       application authorization and authentication, for both on-premise and cloud applications, regardless of
            Active Directory Federation Services 2.0
                                                       where the users are coming from.                                                                           Brian Puhl    6/9/2010   5:00PM
                                                       Learn about the new Forefront Protection 2010 for Exchange and Forefront Online Protection for
            Secure Messaging: Microsoft Forefront
SIA314                                                 Exchange products. Find out how they help provide protection for inbound and outbound email from
             Protection 2010 for Exchange Server                                                                                                                  Alexander
                                                       spam, viruses, phishing scams, and email policy violations.
                                                                                                                                                                  Nikolayev     6/9/2010   5:00PM




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                                                        Cloud Computing is new, it’s exciting, everybody wants it! But just what are the security implications of
                                                        placing all your eggs in a large multinational data centre basket? Where will your data be stored, who’s
                                                        backing it up? What are the legal and law enforcement implications of storing your data in another
SIA32-INT         Cloudy with a Chance of Fear!
                                                        country and most importantly who has access to it. These are questions that cannot simply be ignored.
                                                        In this deep dive thought provoking session join Andy Malone as he attempts to find the answers. Is
                                                        the 21st century data centre the answer to all our prayers or the beginning of a nightmare?
                                                                                                                                                                    Andy Malone      6/9/2010   5:00PM
                                                        With the impending release of Microsoft Communications Server "14", our cloud service customers will
            Microsoft Office Live Meeting and Cloud     get access to new collaboration and conferencing capabilities. Come to this session to hear more about
UNC07-INT                                                                                                                                                              Dennis
                    Conferencing Roadmap                that roadmap and how it works with the existing Live Meeting service. We walk through Microsoft’s
                                                                                                                                                                    Karlinsky; Ziv
                                                        plan and solicit your feedback.
                                                                                                                                                                         Fass        6/9/2010   5:00PM
                                                        Microsoft Communications Server “14” features a new suite of planning, setup, and deployment tools
             Microsoft Communications Server “14”:      to use when planning new installations or making changes to a deployed system. This session will
 UNC315
                    Setup and Deployment                review these new planning and deployment tools, how they streamline initial setup and help manage
                                                        ongoing changes to an operating infrastructure.
                                                                                                                                                                    Peter Schmatz    6/9/2010   5:00PM

                                                        This session provides a free format opportunity for attendees to present their toughest questions to a
                                                        panel of Virtualization experts from Microsoft and across the IT Industry. Bring your questions on
VIR09-INT     Virtualization Round Table Discussion
                                                        Microsoft Virtualization including Hyper-V, Application Virtualization, MED-V, VDI and all other related    Gene Ferioli;
                                                        technologies. This is your chance to hear answers to your pressing questions and those of your peers.       Kenon Owens;
                                                                                                                                                                     Robin Brandl    6/9/2010   5:00PM
                                                        As servers are consolidated into VMs, the availability of those VMs is becoming increasingly important,
                                                        along with providing disaster tolerance and business continuance. This session covers considerations of
            Disaster Recovery by Stretching Hyper-V                                                                                                                    Symon
 VIR303                                                 multi-site clustering, where virtual machines can be configured on a Hyper-V Failover Cluster that
                      Clusters across Sites                                                                                                                           Perriman;
                                                        spans across sites. This session also covers conducting live migrations across datacenters and
                                                                                                                                                                       Txomin
                                                        considerations of Cluster Shared Volumes with replication software.
                                                                                                                                                                      Barturen       6/9/2010   5:00PM
                                                       Windows 7 enables developers to create distinctive and intuitive applications that enhance
                                                       discoverability, usability, and enjoyment. Join the experts and learn about how to use Extended Touch,
 WCL302     Application Experiences at Your Fingertips
                                                       Multi-Touch Gestures, Manipulation, and Inertia APIs to build touch-enabled applications. See demos,
                                                       code samples, and more.                                                                                      Vineet Sarda     6/9/2010   5:00PM
                                                       This session goes beneath the hood of Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 to describe and
                                                       demonstrate the key changes in the kernel. Topics include: scalability improvements (such as removal
            Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2
 WCL404                                                of the global scheduler lock, support for more than 64 logical processors, and user mode scheduling),
                         Kernel Changes
                                                       virtual service accounts, core parking and timer coalescing for power efficiency, trigger-started services       Mark
                                                       and more.                                                                                                     Russinovich     6/9/2010   5:00PM


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  Code                        Title                                                                   Abstract                                                     Speaker        Date      Time

                                                   Come hear how IIS 7 fosters a powerful development ecosystem for Web applications and how the
          Developing, Extending, and Deploying Web
                                                   latest wave of IIS Extensions enable Microsoft ASP.NET and PHP to move seamlessly from a
WEB03-INT   Applications on Internet Information
                                                   development environment to a production datacenter. Also, learn how to package a Web application
                         Services (IIS)
                                                   for the Windows Web Application Gallery to make it available for millions of users.
                                                                                                                                                                  Thomas Deml    6/9/2010   5:00PM
                                                    Discover next-generation technologies available in Windows Embedded Standard 7 for specialized
               Explore the Multimedia Potential of  entertainment devices, set top boxes and beyond. The exploration discusses existing technologies like
 WEM302
                 Windows Embedded Standard 7        multimedia capabilities, XNA, etc. and new Windows 7 technologies like Windows Touch, DirectX 11,               Preston
                                                    and more.                                                                                                     VanderWeyst    6/9/2010   5:00PM
                                                    This session details how to use XNA to develop 3D games for Windows Phone, with an eye towards the
            Building a High Performance 3D Game for special characteristics of the Windows Phone application platform. Special attention is placed on
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                         Windows Phone              optimizing high-performance managed code games for the platform, to help you squeeze out every                   Adam
                                                    last drop of performance.                                                                                      Schaeffer     6/9/2010   5:00PM


                                                       This session helps you optimize Server Management tasks through the in-box deployment and
                                                       maintenance tools. We discuss new WS08 R2 features including the highly requested Server Manager
                                                       remoting functionality and RSAT enhancements. Regarding deployment, our new Windows Server 2008
                                                       R2 Migration feature eases the deployment of new servers by providing an efficient migration solution
                                                       when migrating from Windows Server 2003 or later Server OS versions to Windows Server 2008 R2. We
             Server Deployment and Maintenance in
WSV09-INT                                              also show how Best Practices Analyzers allow IT professionals to reduce troubleshooting overhead by
                    Windows Server 2008 R2
                                                       efficiently and proactively diagnosing and addressing common server configuration problems and
                                                       maintaining optimal server configurations. Along with these Windows Server 2008 R2 tools, you learn
                                                       how Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager and Operations Manager extend the in-box
                                                       deployment and maintenance scenarios. Demos include remote server management using Windows
                                                       PowerShell and getting the most out of Best Practices Analyzer scans.
                                                                                                                                                                  Erin Chapple   6/9/2010   5:00PM
                                                       DirectAccess is a new feature in the Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 operating systems that
                                                       gives users the experience of being seamlessly connected to their corporate network any time they
              End-to-End Remote Connectivity with
 WSV207                                                have Internet access. With DirectAccess, users are able to access corporate resources (such as email
                          DirectAccess
                                                       servers, shared folders, or intranet Web sites) securely without connecting to a virtual private network
                                                       (VPN). This chalk talk addresses questions on setup and troubleshoots a DirectAccess infrastructure.
                                                                                                                                                                  Manish Kalra   6/9/2010   5:00PM
                                                     Learn how to scale Web applications and Web servers by using Application Request Routing (ARR).
        Scaling Out Your Web Infrastructure with IIS ARR determines the best server for each request based on HTTP header information and load-
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                Application Request Routing          balancing algorithms. Learn how to configure ARR to optimize resource utilization and increase the
                                                     availability of your Web application or Web site.                                                            Younus Aftab   6/9/2010   5:00PM




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                                                       In this chalk talk we will share our experience of building an integrated business solution using
                                                       Office/Word, OpenXML and SharePoint 2010. In particular we will discuss how we worked around
                                                       some technical issues while using Task Pane inside Word, how we generated documents on the server
             Building Integrated Business Solutions
                                                       side using OpenXML SDK vs. SharePoint Word Automation Services, how we used SharePoint sites to
ARC01-INT      Using Office/Word OpenXML and
                                                       manage user permissions to access documents, how we positioned the search function in the overall
                         SharePoint 2010
                                                       solution, what development and testing tools we used, and how we addressed some deployment
                                                       issues while distributing custom code to end users. So come on over to join us in the talk, ask
                                                                                                                                                                     Jawa
                                                       questions or share your experience with us.
                                                                                                                                                                 Buddhavarapu 6/10/2010      8:00AM

                                                       In today’s Web applications, data is no longer locked up behind a Web site, but is now exposed via a
                                                       set of service APIs that allow for third-party developers to create an endless number of experiences on
                                                       a variety of platforms and devices. The OData protocol will usher in a more open and programmable
                                                       Web by creating a common funnel to expose rich data, thereby creating a world of customized
                                                       consumer mash-ups; a world where government data is transparent and accessible to any citizen; a
 ARC306          Open Data for the Enterprise          world where you can ask a question and know, “There’s a feed for that.” Not only does this impact
                                                       how we make data available on the Web, but it can have a profound impact on how we make data
                                                       available in the enterprise. The OData ecosystem is composed of consumers and publishers, including
                                                       Microsoft’s own implementations in WCF Data Services as well as integration into our products such as
                                                       SharePoint and Excel. In this session, we discuss the OData protocol and show how it will change the
                                                       way we think about exchanging data inside and outside the enterprise.                                       Jonathan
                                                                                                                                                                     Carter      6/10/2010   8:00AM
                                                       Enterprise Service Bus has emerged as an architectural pattern that can help organizations develop
                                                       flexible solutions to connect their applications. In this session we discuss the ESB pattern, introduce
                                                       the Microsoft BizTalk Enterprise Service Bus Toolkit 2.0 and explain how it accelerates the
             Using Microsoft BizTalk ESB Toolkit and
                                                       implementation of dynamic and reusable messaging and integration infrastructure. The BizTalk ESB
 ASI309     Integration Patterns to Improve Business
                                                       Toolkit provides a set of services on top of the existing BizTalk Server 2010 architecture to enable
                              Agility
                                                       service consumers and service providers to be part of a loosely-coupled but mediated environment. In
                                                                                                                                                                 Jon Flanders;
                                                       this session, through various demos see how using the ESB toolkit and several integration patterns can
                                                                                                                                                                     Ofer
                                                       simplify your service environment.
                                                                                                                                                                   Ashkenazi     6/10/2010   8:00AM
                                                      Need a fast data integration solution, but don't have the time or budget for heavy performance
                                                      tuning? Come learn how to maximize your ROI by applying trusted design patterns to your Integration
            Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services Services packages. We talk about how to set performance expectations, and how to put together a
BIE13-INT
                 Performance Design Patterns          simple framework to record benchmarks for your ETL process. We go over the basics of smart package
                                                      design, and then look at a number of design patterns for common data warehousing problems, such as
                                                      Slowly Changing Dimension processing, Range Lookups, and Change Detection.
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                                                     In the most basic way, the Unified Dimensional Model (UDM) combines the best aspects of traditional
                                                     OLAP analysis and relational reporting. In doing so it presents a "single version of the truth" that can
                                                     satisfy multidimensional analysis and relationship reporting. But that's just the tip of the iceberg. The
                                                     UDM can also define server-side calculations, Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), actions, perspectives,
           Enriching the Design of a Microsoft SQL
 BIE304                                              and translations to provide a richer experience than just querying for results from a database. So
            Server 2008 R2 Analysis Services UDM
                                                     beyond storing your data, the UDM can store information about how our data is represented and how
                                                     it should be delivered and presented to the business user. In this session, discover through theory,
                                                     demonstration, and best practices discussion, how to enrich the design of the UDM beyond the data
                                                     itself.
                                                                                                                                                                Peter Myers 6/10/2010      8:00AM
                                                     In this session the speakers demonstrate an implementation architecture for a real-time data and
                                                     events driven infrastructure for Real-time Business Insight, Analytics, and reporting. OSIsoft is a world
                                                     leader in providing real-time information infrastructure for most of Fortune 500 manufacturing,
                                                     energy, process and utilities companies where OSIsoft PI and Microsoft Office 2010 and SQL 08 R2 BI
                                                     infrastructure is been implemented. The session deep-dives into the architecture using Excel 2010,
                                                     SharePoint Server 2010 (Excel Services), SQL Server 2008 R2 (PowerPivot, Reporting Services and
            Enabling Real-time Business Insight,     StreamInsight), notifications and alerts with Office Communications Server 2007 R2, and PI for Office
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                  Analytics and Reporting            2010 with OLEDB and .NET web service based integration. Customers are achieving greater visibility
                                                     into business operations; empowering employees to make better-informed decisions in real-time, and
                                                     advancing IT investments as a strategic business asset driving agility across the enterprise. Detailed
                                                     information is provided on creating self-service BI dashboards and drill down into detailed analytics.     Curt Hertler;
                                                     Speakers also cover how real-time edge processing and analytics using SQL StreamInsight will augment          Prabal
                                                     the architecture to enable the information workers to collaborate across borders, engage once             Acharyya; Tom
                                                     disparate roles in organizations to make real-time decisions together and once siloed information is          LeBay      6/10/2010    8:00AM
                                                     Getting data out of SAP BW and into your preferred reporting and analysis application has always been
                                                     a challenge. In this session, learn how to make your enterprise data more accessible to business users.
             Using Microsoft Office 2010 with
 BIU303                                              Review common scenarios and learn the best practices of how to use Office 2010 with Microsoft SQL
            PowerPivot to Analyze SAP BW Data
                                                     Server PowerPivot for Excel (formerly codename “Gemini”) to connect SAP BW and present the data in
                                                     Microsoft Excel 2010 and Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.
                                                                                                                                                               Scott Cameron 6/10/2010     8:00AM
                                                     Are you interested in or currently building out applications that use claims-based identity? Come join
                                                     others who are also working on similar systems and discuss your successes and pain points with
                                                     federated identity. Share your experiences interoperating with other systems, using Windows Identity
BOF07-DV           Claims-Based Identity
                                                     Foundation (formerly code named "Geneva" Framework) and other frameworks, and so on. Are you
                                                     using information cards? What do you think of the new direction CardSpace is taking? Join in a lively
                                                     discussion!
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                                                         This dynamic session facilitates the creation of the ultimate, and essential tool box of technology
                                                         related utilities and applications that every IT pro and developer should carry around to make their
                                                         jobs easier. Through interaction and collaboration with the audience, the key tools are identified and
BOF32-IT         Your Ultimate Technology Toolkit
                                                         then ranked until the top 10 as voted by the BOF audience is achieved. This session should provoke
                                                         lively debate and discussion, with the end result being a useful takeaway, which reinforces the benefits
                                                                                                                                                                       Andrew
                                                         gained through collaboration of like-minded professionals.
                                                                                                                                                                       Bettany     6/10/2010    8:00AM
                                                         Windows Azure provides developers and businesses the benefit of lower TCO through fully automated
              Migrating Existing Applications into the   service management, while providing instant scale out of existing applications. Come learn how to
COS06-INT
                   Cloud with Windows Azure              identify which existing LOB and Web apps make good targets for easy migration to the cloud and
                                                         create a plan to migrate between on-premises to Windows Azure.
                                                                                                                                                                    Mark Kottke    6/10/2010    8:00AM
                                                     Using PowerShell commandlets, Business Productivity Online Standard Suite administrators have a
              Microsoft Business Productivity Online
                                                     variety of tools that can automate many BPOS administrative tasks, such as adding users and activating
                  Standard Suite (BPOS) v.Next:
 COS204                                              user accounts. This session looks at the next generation of BPOS and previews the changes and
            Administration Automation Using Windows
                                                     additions to the set of PowerShell commandlets available to administrators and others who are
                            PowerShell
                                                     building solutions to integrate with BPOS.
                                                                                                                                                                    Ashwin Sarin   6/10/2010    8:00AM

                                                    Regulatory compliance is a hot topic these days. Governments and industries are forcing businesses to
                                                    comply with their regulations, such as HIPAA and the PCI DSS, under threat of severe penalties. While
            Achieving Compliance with Microsoft SQL
 DAT302                                             meeting the challenges of compliance can be a daunting task, SQL Server 2008 provides a rich set of
                         Server 2008
                                                    features that can help customers achieve their compliance goals quickly and easily. Come attend this
                                                    session to learn about these features and how to apply them to your particular compliance needs.
                                                                                                                                                                     Il-Sung Lee   6/10/2010    8:00AM
                                                       Microsoft SQL Server provides various High Availability and Disaster Recovery technologies. This
              High Availability and Disaster Recovery: session involves discussions on how various customers use these technologies to achieve their HA and
 DAT401
             Best Practices for Customer Deployments DR goals. Focus is on deployment architectures, lessons learned and best practices from real-life              Prem Mehra;
                                                       customer deployment scenarios.                                                                               Sanjay Mishra 6/10/2010     8:00AM
                                                   The Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) is a powerful new technology that will allow users to
                                                   create extensible applications (applications which can enable third parties to easily modify their
          What's Wrong with My .NET Extensible MEF behavior). In this session, we discuss what can cause your MEF application to fail, how to go about
DEV05-INT
                        Application?               identifying the source of a failure, and how to subsequently fix it. We discuss the design considerations
                                                   that impacted why MEF is susceptible to these failures, and how you can keep your code resilient to
                                                   them.
                                                                                                                                                                    Daniel Plaisted 6/10/2010   8:00AM




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                                                     Developers, testers, project managers, and pointy-haired bosses... Come one, come all, and learn how
                                                     to add a new tool to your kit to find and kill bugs faster. Watch as Brian fires up Microsoft’s new Visual
                                                     Studio Lab Management 2010 with Team Foundation Server 2010. He’ll use this to create a virtual test
                                                     environment on top of Hyper-V that mimics a production environment. Something you can do
                                                     too—whether for an in-house configuration or for your customers. Using the Build features of Team
          Kill Bugs Faster and Build and Run Your
                                                     Foundation Server 2010 with Team Lab, you can automate the deployment of a single virtual machine
DEV311    Virtual Test Lab Using Microsoft Visual
                                                     or an entire virtual domain, and Brian shows you how. Then you can execute automated tests in this
                Studio Lab Management 2010
                                                     virtual environment to increase your automated test coverage. In addition, your testers can use the
                                                     virtual environment to run manual tests. Finally, the best part of all of this is that if a bug is found, they
                                                     can snapshot the virtual environment and provide that to a developer so they can ferret out the bug
                                                     right where it reared its ugly head. Brian shows you this, too and why you’ll want to create your own
                                                     virtual test lab and manage it with Visual Studio Lab Management.
                                                                                                                                                                      Brian Randell   6/10/2010   8:00AM
                                                    The idea of profiling and debugging parallel code can be a thing of nightmares for many developers.
                                                    Not only is it difficult to understand the code, the tooling doesn’t exactly help you out if you find
         Profiling and Debugging Parallel Code with
DEV317                                              yourself needing to “dive down the rabbit hole,” as it were. It doesn’t have to be so difficult. Come see
                 Microsoft Visual Studio 2010
                                                    what features are coming in Visual Studio 2010 to make the process of profiling and debugging parallel
                                                    code much easier than it was in the past.
                                                                                                                                                                      Huseyin Yildiz 6/10/2010    8:00AM
                                                     Do you have a significant existing code base? Adopting the latest Visual Studio doesn’t have to be an
                                                     all or nothing proposition. In this session, learn how you can move to Visual Studio 2010 to use the
                                                     latest productivity features, while maintaining your production environments. When you and your
          Maintaining and Modernizing Existing
                                                     organization are ready you’ll have the knowledge necessary to upgrade to the latest platforms and
DEV407   Applications with Microsoft Visual Studio
                                                     technologies. Migrate to Visual Studio 2010 and leverage the new features to simplify maintenance of
                           2010
                                                     existing codebases. We provide a brief overview of navigation, understanding, and debugging -- then
                                                     examine some of the ways in which Visual Studio 2010 allows you to easily integrate new frameworks
                                                     and technologies with existing investments.
                                                                                                                                                                      Kav Latiolais   6/10/2010   8:00AM

                                                     Agile methodologies have redefined how our teams build software. Lean Thinking naturally frames and
                                                     enhances our agile mindset by helping us understand and identify value and waste. In this session we
DPR201          Lean Thinking, Hefty Results         dig deep into the fundamentals of Lean Thinking as it applies to building great software. See how
                                                     various agile practices, from XP, Scrum, to FDD support Lean Thinking as well as how Lean management
                                                     techniques such as Kanban can be used to enhance how your teams think about and produce software.
                                                                                                                                                                      Joel Semeniuk 6/10/2010     8:00AM




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                                                         Microsoft System Center Essentials (SCE) 2010 is designed to deliver enterprise-class management to
                                                         mid-sized organizations between 50-500 PCs. This session is full of demos – to highlight each of the
                  How to Manage IT in Midsized
MGT01-INT                                                major aspects of SCE 2010, including server and client monitoring, software deployment and patching,
                         Organizations
                                                         virtualization management and migration, and how to get started with easy setup and configuration.
                                                                                                                                                                         Jason
                                                         Come see it here first.
                                                                                                                                                                       Buffington    6/10/2010   8:00AM
                                                         Microsoft has updated its flagship deployment tools including the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT)
                                                         and the Operating System Deployment (OSD) in Configuration Manager 2007 to ease and facilitate the
                                                         transition and rollout of Windows 7 to organizations small, medium, and large. This demonstration-
 MGT316         Windows 7 Deployment en Masse
                                                         heavy session dispels myths and presents detailed, in-depth discussions of the best way to use these
                                                                                                                                                                      Jason Sandys;
                                                         tools to get Windows 7 up and running in your organization quickly, reliably, and in a consistent
                                                                                                                                                                          Johan
                                                         manner.
                                                                                                                                                                       Arwidmark 6/10/2010       8:00AM
                                                        Learn how Visio 2010 will revolutionize the way IT pros work; how it will save valuable time and money
                                                                                                                                                                Chris Hopkins;
            Microsoft Visio 2010: The IT Pro Love Story with the enhancements made to the product. The is the best Visio release in 10 years. Learn how it will
 OSP210                                                                                                                                                            Ramesh
                             Continues                  impact infrastructure specialists, application developers, and IT managers. Learn how it works together
                                                                                                                                                                 Yerramsetti;
                                                        with Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.
                                                                                                                                                                  Rohit Rahi   6/10/2010         8:00AM
                                                      SharePoint has built-in user authorization so that a site owner can specify what access particular users
                                                      have to resources. Authentication is the identification of who the user is and this is provided by other
             Developing Microsoft SharePoint Server software external to SharePoint such as Active Directory. There are many authorization and
 OSP306
            2010 Solutions with Claims Authentication authentication requirements in custom solutions and this session helps to explain the technology
                                                      landscape for developers. Topics include Authorization by Claims Authentication, Anonymous Access
                                                                                                                                                                          Paul
                                                      and Blog Commenting, ASP.NET Membership Provider, and Live ID Authentication.
                                                                                                                                                                       Schaeflein    6/10/2010   8:00AM
              Information Protection: Implementing
                                                         Learn about how to successfully deploy AD RMS to prevent data loss while in motion, in use and at
SIA08-INT      Information Protection Using Active
                                                         rest.
              Directory Rights Management Services
                                                                                                                                                                      Cristian Mora 6/10/2010    8:00AM
                                                       The disciplines of system management and security can be considered two sides of the same IT coin
                                                       when it comes to endpoints – one ensures that systems are configured, patched, and operating
                                                       correctly, the other keeps threats and vulnerabilities from compromising the system. The upcoming
               Secure Endpoint: What’s in Microsoft
                                                       release of Forefront Endpoint Protection is built on Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager to
              Forefront Endpoint Protection 2010 - A
 SIA309                                                deliver high levels of protection and productivity. Join this session to get a technical first look and live
            Deep Dive into the Features and Protection
                                                       demonstrations of the new threat protection features in Forefront Endpoint Protection 2010, how it
                           Technologies
                                                       builds on System Center Configuration Manager for deployment, configuration, updating and
                                                       reporting, and how customers can use these technologies to reduce complexity and lower
                                                       infrastructure costs.
                                                                                                                                                                       Bill Jensen   6/10/2010   8:00AM


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                                                   Don’t miss the chance to see demos and understand how Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager (FIM)
                                                   can be used to manage objects in Active Directory (AD). We walk through importing objects from
                                                   Active Directory, delegating management of users and groups. You learn that there is more to the story
            Identity and Access Management:        than self-service group management and self-service password reset as we also look at how to tie
SIA327   Managing Active Directory Using Microsoft together group policy with FIM as well as automating management of role-based security groups. You
               Forefront Identity Manager          should walk away from this session with a warm feeling that there might be a pretty good solution out
                                                   there that can increase data quality in Active Directory for other applications using the identity
                                                                                                                                                                         Brjann
                                                   information and how to empower end users as well as delegated administrators to take care of day to
                                                                                                                                                                        Brekkan;
                                                   day tasks in Active Directory.
                                                                                                                                                                      Robert DeLuca 6/10/2010    8:00AM
                                                    One of the most essential professional skills in any organization is communication: you've got to be as
                                                    successful in talking to the carbon units as you are in talking to the silicon units, or even your greatest
                                                    ideas will fall on deaf ears. (At least, that's the case until the silicon units start controlling salaries and
                                                    budgets.) The sad fact, though, is that most of us hate the idea of presenting ideas and concepts,
                                                    whether in giving a short training session on a new piece of software or in pitching a new IT project to
                                                    the boss. People fear public speaking more than death, some authorities claim and that may be true,
          The Secrets of Effective Technical Talks: but that fear is easily fixed -- just learn twelve steps to effective presentation, and you'll find that
SIA334   How to Explain Tech without Tucking Them giving talks can be a whole lot of fun.
                             In!
                                                        Today's tough economic times have led many of us to wonder what skills we'll need to stay in IT over
                                                        the next five, ten, or twenty years; come to this talk to improve, enhance, and polish what may well be
                                                        the most important of those skills. Join popular twenty-five-year veteran techie presenter Mark Minasi
                                                        and techie rock star Mark Russinovich, both of whose talks regularly rank in the top ten of Tech·Ed           Mark Minasi;
                                                        talks, as they explain The Twelve Tips To Topnotch Technical Talks in this fast-paced, entertaining and          Mark
                                                        informative explanation of, well, how to give an explanation!                                                 Russinovich 6/10/2010      8:00AM
                                                        This session discusses lessons learned from over 200 field deployments of Microsoft Exchange Unified
                                                        Messaging with OCS, IP PBXs, and legacy PBXs. Design and planning considerations are covered,
          Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Unified        including PBX constraints, media gateway selections, server sizing considerations, and high-availability.
UNC308
               Messaging in the Real World              Technical case studies are presented, including one of a large, distributed company with various PBX
                                                        and voicemail systems that has centralized their Exchange environment and consolidated their
                                                        voicemail in the data center, while leaving PBXs as they were.
                                                                                                                                                                       Chris Stegh   6/10/2010   8:00AM




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                                                   This is an in-depth view of basic troubleshooting techniques from creating virtual packages of complex
                                                   applications, diagnosing client deployment issues, and troubleshooting package publication and
                                                   delivery to the client. There are a number of diagnostic and troubleshooting features in Microsoft
          When Things Go Wrong: How to Effectively Application Virtualization (App-V) and we show how to use them to roll out and leverage your App-V
VIR10-INT    and Efficiently Troubleshoot App-V    deployment. For example, the App-V sequencer will virtualize the majority of the applications thrown
                        Deployments                at it, but sometimes you will need to use some advanced features to complete creating a virtual
                                                   package for a complex app. We show you how to use built-in log files and external tools such as
                                                   Procmon to understand why a virtual package is not working as expected and how to make changes to
                                                                                                                                                                Gene Ferioli;
                                                   enable it to work as expected.
                                                                                                                                                                Scott Stearns   6/10/2010   8:00AM
                 Realizing a Dynamic Datacenter    This session covers the technical requirements (compute, storage, network, DR, management and
                                                                                                                                                                Arno Mihm;
 VIR312    Environment with Windows Server 2008 R2 security, compliance) and highlights partner solutions that augment the vision of a next generation
                                                                                                                                                                   James
                 Hyper-V and Partner Solutions     virtualized dynamic datacenter based on Windows Server 2008 R2 and Hyper-V.
                                                                                                                                                                 Schwartz       6/10/2010   8:00AM

                                                          This session covers virtualization scenarios for Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft SharePoint Server and
                                                          Microsoft Exchange Server, the customer pain points and how a combination of Hyper-V and Microsoft
           Virtualization Scenarios for Business Critical System Center solves them. For each application, we discuss various scenarios where virtualization is
 VIR314
                            Applications                  applicable and dive deeper into these technologies. The session highlights best practices for a
                                                          successful deployment. Finally, we also touch upon partner solutions, including the PRO packs and how
                                                          these solutions enhance the benefits of virtualization for these applications.                         Allen Stewart;
                                                                                                                                                                  Kim Griffiths 6/10/2010   8:00AM

                                                       The goal of AppLocker is simple enough: block applications users should and shouldn’t use. Sounds
                                                       simple enough -- until you realize you have zillions of known and unknown applications on your
                                                       desktops. How can you decide which ones to allow and which ones to squelch? In this AppLocker deep-
                                                       dive, Group Policy Guru Jeremy Moskowitz from GPanswers.com “busts the doors off” (so you don’t
                AppLocker: Your Solution for True
WCL303                                                 have to.) Learn how to start small with AppLocker and gain confidence that it’s doing what you expect,
                    Application Smackdown
                                                       before you turn down the thumbscrews. Learn how to perform testing and implementation on a single
                                                       machine, and with a fleet of machines. Plus, learn how AppLocker can be managed using PowerShell to
                                                       make even quicker work of AppLocker. If you’ve played with Microsoft’s Software Restriction Policies,
                                                       and are ready to take your functionality to the next level, don’t miss this intensive session.             Jeremy
                                                                                                                                                                 Moskowitz      6/10/2010   8:00AM
                                                    You are about to deploy Windows 7 in your organization and you are ready to impress. Windows 7
                                                    allows for unprecedented customizations of the operating system that enable you to add your
            Make Your Client Look Good: Customizing
WCL310                                              corporate look and feel to your next generation client. This session shows how a few customizations
                 Windows 7 for the Enterprise
                                                    can add a corporate flavour to Windows 7 for both users and systems managers with customizations
                                                                                                                                                                 Raymond
                                                    that will make your client look more than just good.
                                                                                                                                                                 Comvalius      6/10/2010   8:00AM


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  Code                        Title                                                                    Abstract                                                   Speaker         Date       Time

                                                         Remote desktop architectures in general, and a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) in particular, are a
                                                                                                                                                                      Karthik
                                                         hot topic within the desktop community. Providing the remote desktop user with an experience that is
               Next Generation VDI with Microsoft                                                                                                                 Lakshminaraya
WSV13-INT                                                as close to a PC-like experience as possible is key, increasing the user's productivity and agility.
                          RemoteFX                                                                                                                                   nan; Max
                                                         Microsoft RemoteFX is a comprehensive set of technologies designed to enable a next -generation, full-
                                                                                                                                                                    Herrmann;
                                                         fidelity user experience for VDI.
                                                                                                                                                                   Michael Kleef 6/10/2010   8:00AM

            Guest vs. Host Clustering: What, When, and                                                                                                          Steven Ekren;
 WSV315
                                Why                                                                                                                                Symon
                                                                                                                                                                  Perriman    6/10/2010      8:00AM

                                                     Most enterprise organizations rely on legacy mainframe, UNIX and Linux systems to run mission-critical
                                                     workloads that support daily operations. Commonly, these heritage systems run a variety of IBM
                                                     system and application software, IBM server technologies and tools that form the base of enterprise IT
          Connecting Microsoft BizTalk Server to IBM investments. A significant challenge to enterprise IT organizations is the need to continually re-invest
ASI08-INT Mainframe Transaction Processing and Data in these heritage platforms, to extend these systems to new workloads, including: service-enablement,
                      Storage Systems                on-line transactions, messaging interchange, business intelligence, workflow and collaboration. In this
                                                     session, we discuss BizTalk host integration technologies, tools, and best practices that allow you to
                                                     connect BizTalk to existing line-of-business programs and data, preserving the integrity and
                                                     performance of vital line-of-business systems, while extending those investments to new solutions.          Paul Larsen;
                                                                                                                                                                Steve Smaller 6/10/2010      9:45AM

                                                     The availability of the Service Bus in Windows Azure AppFabric is disruptive since it enables new design
                                                     and deployment patterns that are simply inconceivable without it, opening new horizons for
                                                     architecture, integration, interoperability, deployment, and productivity. In this unique session
                                                     organized especially for Tech·Ed, Clemens Vasters and Juval Lowy share their perspective, techniques,
          Design Patterns, Practices, and Techniques
                                                     helper classes, insight, and expertise in architecting solutions using the service bus. Learn how to
 ASI302    with the Service Bus in Windows Azure
                                                     manage discrete events, how to achieve structured programming over the Service Bus buffers, what
                           AppFabric
                                                     options you have for discovery and even how to mimic WCF discovery, what are the recommended
                                                     options for transfer security and application authentication, and how to use AppFabric Service Bus for
                                                     tunneling for diagnostics or logging, to enabling edge devices. The session ends with a glimpse at what    Clemens
                                                     is in store for the next versions of the service bus and the future patterns.                            Vasters; Juval
                                                                                                                                                                  Lowy       6/10/2010       9:45AM
                                                     Learn how to program using APIs and controls exposed by SQL Server Reporting Services. Report
           Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services
BIE19-INT                                            Viewer controls are covered, as well as extensions and custom code in reports. The focus is on covering    Neeraja
              Extensibility and Programmability
                                                     the breadth of scenarios.                                                                                 Divakaruni    6/10/2010       9:45AM




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  Code                       Title                                                                    Abstract                                                     Speaker        Date      Time

                                                       Have you written scripts for your ETL process that you find particularly useful? Do you find yourself
             Beyond Scripting: Developing Reusable     frequently cutting and pasting code between SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) packages? There is
 BIE302       Extensions for Microsoft SQL Server      a better way! Join this session to learn more about scripting in SSIS for SQL Server 2008, and how to
                      Integration Services             extend the ETL platform. Learn why developing custom extensions is easier than it sounds, and the
                                                       steps to make your script code reusable.
                                                                                                                                                                 Matt Masson 6/10/2010      9:45AM
                                                       This session focuses on the role of IT professionals in the Managed Self-Service BI environment
                                                       consisting of PowerPivot for Excel and SharePoint. We show how to set up a new SharePoint farm with
            Deploying and Managing PowerPivot for
 BIE303                                                PowerPivot from scratch, and also how you can add PowerPivot into your existing SharePoint
                       SharePoint 2010
                                                       installation. We also demonstrate the tools and services available to IT professionals for managing the
                                                                                                                                                                 Dave Wickert;
                                                       PowerPivot environment in SharePoint, including the Management Dashboard.
                                                                                                                                                                  Julie Strauss 6/10/2010   9:45AM
                                                       Dashboards are most powerful when they provide a tailored experience for users, integrated into
                                                       existing business processes. SharePoint provides limitless opportunities for creating a custom BI
                                                       experience for users. This session covers the basics of working with PerformancePoint Services to build
              Advanced Dashboard Creation Using
 BIO301                                                organizational dashboards, scorecards, and analytic reports. We also provide several examples of how
               Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010
                                                       PerformancePoint Services dashboards and reports can be integrated with custom content and
                                                       SharePoint capabilities, such as workflow, to create an experience that blends perfectly with your
                                                                                                                                                                 Craig Boobar;
                                                       existing SharePoint investments.
                                                                                                                                                                  Leif Brenne 6/10/2010     9:45AM
                                                       This session covers advanced Visio Services concepts. We discuss mash-up scenarios using the
            Building Mash-ups with Visio Services in   developer features of Visio Services. Learn how to integrate Visio diagrams in a BI-centric LOB
BIU03-INT
               Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010        application by using the service's extensibility features such as the JavaScript Mash-up Object Model,
                                                       Custom Data Providers, and Custom Data Graphics.                                                          Chris Hopkins 6/10/2010    9:45AM

                                                       DAX (Data Analysis Expressions) is a new expression language for end users to add business logic to
                                                       their PowerPivot applications. DAX offers a lot of power and flexibility while retaining the the
              Enriching Microsoft PowerPivot for
                                                       simplicity and familiarity of Excel like formulas. This session explains the fundamentals and concepts
 BIU302      Microsoft Excel Applications Using DAX
                                                       behind DAX and demonstrates how to add business logic in PowerPivot using calculated columns and
                  (Data Analysis Expressions)
                                                       measures. This session also introduces you to various categories of DAX functions -- scalar functions,
                                                       table functions, aggregates, time intelligence -- but is not intended to be a comprehensive overview.       Ashvini
                                                                                                                                                                   Sharma       6/10/2010   9:45AM
                                                 When the choice was Linq to SQL vs. Entity Framework 1.0, many folks chose Linq to SQL or another
                                                 option. With the release of Microsoft Visual Studio 2010, the Entity Framework has seen significant
         Microsoft ADO.NET Entity Framework 4.0:
BOF05-DV                                         enhancements which make it a much more robust offering. What are you using for Object Relational
                    What’s Your Take?
                                                 Mapping (ORM)? Are you using or considering Entity Framework? Bring your questions and
                                                 experiences to share in this open discussion.
                                                                                                                                                                 Julie Lerman   6/10/2010   9:45AM
                                                       In this BOF, we will discuss the various options for building enterprise architectures. We will examine
             Architecting Complex SharePoint 2010
BOF22-IT                                               questions like: What are the best options for search? What service applicataions should go where?
                         Infrastructure
                                                       What kind of architecture fits your company?                                                              Shannon Bray 6/10/2010     9:45AM
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                                                         Thursday is Dev Day in Microsoft Certification! This Certification Preparation session focuses on what
                                                         you need to know to get certified and pass the Application Development Foundation MCP exam. The
                                                         session is led by an expert Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) who regularly presents on this topic. The
             Certification Prep Session on Application   presenter walks you through the objectives that are covered in the exam, gives you some general exam
 CER212
             Development Foundation: Exam 70-536         taking tips and technology “gotchas” about Application Development. This session is your last step in
                                                         getting ready for these exams. Don’t miss it and the other Dev Certification Preparation Sessions at
                                                         Tech·Ed North America. Once you ready to take the exam, walk over to the Prometric testing center
                                                         across the hall and get your 50% exam discount!                                                             Michael
                                                                                                                                                                     Corkery      6/10/2010   9:45AM
                                                     This session explores the typical lifecycle of an organization that is considering purchase and
          The Microsoft Online Services Purchase and deployment of Microsoft Online Services, including important options available to companies in each
COS10-INT
                    Deployment Lifecycle             of these lifecycle stages. This talk helps answer questions about purchasing options, identity choices,
                                                                                                                                                                     Abhishek
                                                     deployment options, and partner choices for the Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS).
                                                                                                                                                                      Mathur      6/10/2010   9:45AM

             Best Practices with Integrating Common                                                                                                                   Adam
DAT03-INT                                            This session provides best practices, tips, and pros and cons of using SQL Server CLR integration.
            Language Runtime in Microsoft SQL Server                                                                                                                 Machanic;
                                                                                                                                                                   Pedro DeRose 6/10/2010     9:45AM
                                                         This session provides tips, tricks, and techniques demonstrating how to develop apps using key T-SQL
                                                         features and enhancements available in Microsoft SQL Server 2008 and 2005. Both the functional and
 DAT405            Transact-SQL Tips and Tricks          performance-related aspects of the techniques are discussed and demonstrated. The session also            Itzik Ben-Gan;
                                                         covers aspects of query execution as well as fetching of query results. The session promises to be             Tobias
                                                         demo-intensive!                                                                                             Ternstrom    6/10/2010   9:45AM

                                                         The Visual Studio 2010 SharePoint tools make development for SharePoint much easier and this means
                                                         you can focus on building your application instead of configuring the system. Just how much more
              Building an E2E SharePoint Application     productive the tools are isn’t obvious until you see a complete end-to-end application built in 75
 DEV302
                Using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010       minutes. This session starts with File New Project in Visual Studio 2010 and builds a custom
                                                         collaboration application for SharePoint using Web Parts, Custom Content types and lists,
                                                         EventReceivers and Workflows. There won’t be many slides so be prepared for a wild ride.
                                                                                                                                                                   Reza Chitsaz   6/10/2010   9:45AM
                                                         Visual Studio 2010 provides integrated support for F#, a productive new functional and object-oriented
                                                         programming language for the Microsoft .NET Framework. This session highlights the many ways
                                                         developers can leverage F# in Visual Studio 2010, including examples of when and where F# can be
                                                         applied most effectively, how F# integrates naturally with existing solutions, and shows many of the
 DEV307         F# in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010
                                                         most exciting features of the F# language and tools. Demos range from real-world high-productivity
                                                         exploration with the F# Interactive, up to robust .NET component development, while introducing
                                                         powerful F# language features like support for parallelism, succinct expressive syntax, rich access to
                                                         .NET, and the more declarative functional style of programming in F#.
                                                                                                                                                                   Luke Hoban     6/10/2010   9:45AM
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                                                        With over 13 years of managing Software Projects, Gregg Boer, Principal Program Manager at
                                                        Microsoft, has learned more than a few lessons the hard way in regards to managing software projects.
                                                        This session covers practical tips that greatly increase success and real-life lessons learned "in the
               Tough Lessons Learned as a Software
DPR06-INT                                               trenches" of getting software projects out the door. It covers topics such as planning, communication,
                        Project Manager
                                                        change control, risk management, defining exit criteria, managing bugs, and more. This is not an in-
                                                        depth session covering the academia of each of these topics, but advice from someone who has been
                                                        there, done that, sometimes failed, and learned.
                                                                                                                                                                  Gregg Boer     6/10/2010   9:45AM
                                                        Configuration Manager v.Next is coming soon and for those of you running the current platform --
              Microsoft System Center Configuration     Configuration Manager 2007 -- there are some considerations you may want to make in your design. In
MGT307           Manager v.Next: Migration from         this session our Setup and Deployment experts provide an overview as well as technical details of the
                  Configuration Manager 2007            v.Next setup process, with focus on an existing Configuration Manager site migrating to the v.Next
                                                        platform.                                                                                                 Wally Mead     6/10/2010   9:45AM


                                                     This session focuses on how Service Manager 2010 automates Change, Incident, Problem, and
             Microsoft System Center Service Manager                                                                                                                 Corina
MGT313                                               Configuration Management. Gain a deep understanding of the features and capabilities of Service
                          2010: Drilldown                                                                                                                         Feuerstein;
                                                     Manager and learn how to extend Service Manager using the authoring tool and SDK.
                                                                                                                                                                 Darko Vukovic;
                                                                                                                                                                 Ketan Ghelani 6/10/2010     9:45AM
                                                     Learn how Office 2010 was designed to take advantage of advanced graphics chips, limited bandwidth
              Microsoft Office 2010: Under the Hood
OSP06-INT                                            environments, multicore processors, 64-bit chips, netbooks and more, while also optimizing
            Investments for Hardware and Performance                                                                                                              Alex Dubec;
                                                     performance and system requirements for existing hardware.
                                                                                                                                                                   Joe D'Elia    6/10/2010   9:45AM
                                                        As SharePoint adoption grows, many companies want to increase their integration of CRM data into
                                                        their SharePoint assets. This session provides an overview of how you can integrate Microsoft
             Integrating Microsoft Dynamics CRM and
 OSP207                                                 Dynamics CRM data and processes with SharePoint 2010 using Microsoft Silverlight and some of the
                    Microsoft SharePoint 2010
                                                        new SharePoint APIs. If you're interested in seeing a demo-heavy session that walks you through the
                                                        development of this integration, then you can't miss this session.
                                                                                                                                                                  Girish Raja    6/10/2010   9:45AM
                                                      FAST is Microsoft's super-charged enterprise search and will be integrated into the SharePoint 2010         Jeff Fried;
             Customizing Microsoft FAST Search Server
 OSP218                                               experience. This session explores the different ways in which you can customize FAST to optimize the         Keenan
                       2010 for SharePoint
                                                      end-user experience around FAST.                                                                             Newton        6/10/2010   9:45AM
               Secure Collaboration: Protecting Your    Learn how to protect your Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 and Office SharePoint Server 2007
SIA09-INT       Microsoft SharePoint Server Using       installations with Microsoft Forefront Protection 2010. In this session, discover new product
            Microsoft Forefront Business Ready Security capabilities and deployment best practices.
                                                                                                                                                                 Mitchell Hall   6/10/2010   9:45AM
              Secure Endpoint: Virtualizing Microsoft
                                                        This session addresses the security, performance, and migration concerns involved with deploying your
 SIA325       Forefront Threat Management Gateway
                                                        edge protection on virtual deployments.
                              (TMG)                                                                                                                               Jim Harrison   6/10/2010   9:45AM


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Code                       Title                                                                  Abstract                                                    Speaker          Date      Time

                                                   Organizations today struggle with the challenge of maintaining the privacy and confidentiality of
                                                   personal information and intellectual property, as well as meeting associated regulatory compliance
                                                   obligations. In this talk we analyze a proposed process, as well as the tools and techniques (including
               Data Governance for Privacy,
SIA337                                             threat modeling) to: a) rationalize relevant requirements from laws and regulations, b) select the
              Confidentiality, and Compliance
                                                   appropriate controls to meet these requirements, and c) select the appropriate products and
                                                   configurations to meet control objectives. We discuss the use of this process and tools in cloud and in
                                                   mixed environments.
                                                                                                                                                             Javier Salido   6/10/2010   9:45AM
                                                   Get a closer look on what’s new in devices in Microsoft Communications Server “14”. This session
          Microsoft Communications Server “14”:    focuses on showing features and benefits of a new set of low-cost IP phones. See the new USB
UNC208
                 What's New in Devices             peripherals we’re adding to our portfolio and hear about the different mobile device platforms we're       Avi Sagiv;
                                                   planning to support.                                                                                      Sachin Sheth    6/10/2010   9:45AM
                                                   Exchange Server 2010 was designed to support hybrid deployments of on-premises and cloud users.
         Using Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 to   Come and learn how rolling out an Exchange 2010 server in your current Exchange environment
UNC309   Achieve Rich Coexistence with Exchange    prepares you for seamless integration with Exchange Online. Whether you are piloting a few users or
                          Online                   moving a large part of your workforce to the cloud, we give you the technical details on Exchange-to-
                                                   cloud integration that you need to be successful.
                                                                                                                                                             Evan Dodds      6/10/2010   9:45AM
                                                   In this session, learn about and understand the advanced management capabilities of Virtual Machine
                                                   Manager 2008 R2 to effectively and efficiently manage Virtual Infrastructures.

                                                  Topics covered include:
                                                  • Automated VM deployment
         Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine • Hot Add/Remove Storage
VIR309   Manager 2008 R2: Advanced Virtualization • Live migration
                       Management                 • Storage migration
                                                  • Physical to Virtual conversion
                                                  • Virtual to Virtual conversion
                                                  • PRO TIPS and integeration with Microsoft Operations Manager
                                                  • VMM Self Service Portal                                                                                    Iftekhar
                                                  • Maintenance Mode                                                                                           Hussain       6/10/2010   9:45AM




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                                                      Take what you’ve seen and learned here at Tech•Ed and put it to work with your own hands. Visit the
                                                      Windows Azure Boot Camp and let us set you up with all of the bits and tools you need to start rocking
                                                      in the cloud, and walk through deploying your first cloud application. Bring your application, build one
                                                      with us, or deploy a sample application we have ready to go. All you need to bring is your laptop and
                                                      we take care of the rest. While you’re at the Windows Azure Boot Camp, we can also discuss your
                                                      applications back at work, and how they might fit into the cloud. We can even teach you how to talk
                                                      about the cloud with management. We supply a free, temporary Azure account for you to play with!
                                                      Space is limited and is available on a first-come, first-seated basis.

                                                      What you need to bring:
                                                      A computer or laptop running Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows
WAzBC-5            Windows Azure Boot Camp            Vista Service Pack 1, or Windows Vista Service Pack 2.

                                                      We will have the following bits on USB drives to install onsite and get you up and running:
                                                      •Microso Visual Studio 2010 Release Candidate (free), Microso Visual Studio 2008 SP1, or Microso
                                                      Visual Web Developer 2008 Express Edition with SP1*
                                                      •SQL Server 2005 Express Edi on (or above) (this is usually installed with Visual Studio)
                                                      •Windows Azure Tools for Microso Visual Studio
                                                      •AppFabric SDK
                                                      •Windows Azure Pla orm Training Kit

                                                      *If you use Express Edition you should update to the Visual Studio 2010 free trial, to ensure you are      Brian Moore;
                                                      able to complete all of the labs.                                                                          Brian Prince 6/10/2010     9:45AM
                                                      With so many companies now moving to Windows 7, how do you start that conversation amongst your
                                                      own company's decision-makers. This session delves into the key tools and resources available to you
                                                      to jump start your discussions. Topics include customer and case studies, ROI Tools, application,
WCL04-INT          Starting a Windows 7 Pilot
                                                      inventory, compatibility and migration tools, end user training, and other key tools and resources that
                                                      will help you to gather the information you need to convince your organization to start a Windows 7
                                                      pilot program.
                                                                                                                                                                 Stephen Rose 6/10/2010     9:45AM
                                                  Come to this interactive session to learn how Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 increase the
                                                  productivity of IT professionals. Automating repetitive or complex tasks is one of the best ways to
          Using Windows PowerShell for Enterprise
WCL06-INT                                         make IT pros more efficient as well as reduce the potential for error. This session shows you how to
                   Desktop Automation
                                                  make the most of Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 by leveraging Windows PowerShell 2.0 to
                                                  perform your desktop management tasks quickly and efficiently in production environments.
                                                                                                                                                                 Jeffrey Snover 6/10/2010   9:45AM




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                                                      A senior HP consultant reviews the state of the client infrastructure, and the many options that
                                                      customers face. Because of the complexity of the desktop environment and the diverse nature of
                                                      today’s workers, what used to be a relatively simple choice—notebook or PC—is no longer so
                                                      straightforward. This session covers aspects of client upgrades to Windows 7, including user
WCL208    A Strategy for Your Client Infrastructure
                                                      segmentation, application remediation, deployment, and implementation strategies, as well as the
                                                      different approaches to client virtualization, from server-hosted models, to client-hosted and blade
                                                      workstation. The importance of strategy, justification, and roadmap are stressed, with the assumption
                                                      that most customers will end up with a hybrid architecture.
                                                                                                                                                                 Tom Norton    6/10/2010   9:45AM
                                                      Learning Windows PowerShell can be tough without a practical task to tackle. While you're not going
                                                      to write the next System Center product in Windows PowerShell, you can certainly write your own
                                                      reusable tools that collect key pieces of management information from remote computers! Windows
          Inventory Your Network and Clients with
WCL308                                                PowerShell MVP and guru Don Jones helps you do just that, and along the way you learn to use WMI
                   Windows PowerShell
                                                      from within Windows PowerShell, how to write shell functions and modules, how to connect functions
                                                      in the pipeline, and how to package everything into a professional-looking, reusable tool that your
                                                      colleagues and coworkers can use.
                                                                                                                                                                  Don Jones    6/10/2010   9:45AM
                                                      How many processes, threads, and handles can you make? How does Windows react when it's pushed
                                                      to the limit? This session goes deep into the kernel to explain what limits Windows from creating more
         Pushing the Limits of Windows with Mark
WCL402                                                processes, threads, handles, and what the real limits are for physical and virtual memory. How much
                        Russinovich
                                                      more can you do with 64-bits? Live demos show the effect on Windows when various resources are                Mark
                                                      exhausted.                                                                                                 Russinovich   6/10/2010   9:45AM

                                                      Scalable, highly available and flexible Web farms were previously a secret art, only mastered by the
                                                      elite. With IIS 7.5 and Application Request Routing (ARR) that's no longer the case. This session
                                                      demystifies Web farms, shows the secrets of using ARR for load balancing, and shows how to
                                                      effectively use IIS 7.5 shared configuration. While aimed at the experienced administrator, this session
                                                      is also easy to follow for those just starting to manage highly available Web farms.
             Administering Sites That Scale Using
WEB303   Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.5, ARR
                                                      IIS 7.5 is highly performant, easy to administer, and flexible, but there are some key principles and
                       and URL Rewrite
                                                      secrets that this session covers that will take you to the next level.

                                                      Scott's years of working with diverse high traffic Web farms, and his intimate knowledge of IIS and ARR
                                                      gives him a real-world and seasoned perspective that make this a must-attend session for anyone
                                                      tasked with creating or managing scalable and highly available Web sites.
                                                                                                                                                                 Scott Forsyth 6/10/2010   9:45AM




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 Code                      Title                                                                    Abstract                                                     Speaker         Date      Time


                                                Silverlight for Windows Embedded comes with support only for a native API, and at first glance it
                                                would appear that it is not possible to build a Silverlight UI and use it from a .NET Compact Framework
                                                application. However, managed developers can also build applications that use Silverlight, as long as
          Programming Microsoft Silverlight for
WEM309                                          they adopt a careful architecture and use appropriate interop programming techniques. In this session,
         Windows Embedded Using Microsoft .NET
                                                learn some techniques that have been proven during the development of a commercial embedded
                                                product that allow you to develop the bulk of your application using managed code, and by using
                                                P/Invoke or COM interop, to implement the UI using Silverlight for Windows Embedded.
                                                                                                                                                                Andy Wigley    6/10/2010   9:45AM
                                                    Developing applications for Windows Phone 7 is a efficient and easy, thanks to an excellent suite of
                                                    development and design tools. For the first time, Microsoft offers free tools to develop applications for
                                                    Windows Phone. To get the most out of your day-to-day work, it is important to understand the
           Understanding the Windows Phone 7        different capabilities of the different tools. This sample-filled session explains when to use Microsoft
WPH303
                   Development Tools                Expression Blend and when to use Microsoft Visual Studio, from a software development perspective.
                                                    Also shown are how both tools operate together to create captivating applications for Windows Phone
                                                    7. Finally, the session explains the added value that you, as a developer, will get when using Visual
                                                                                                                                                                  Maarten
                                                    Studio 2010 Professional.
                                                                                                                                                                   Struys      6/10/2010   9:45AM
           Remote Desktop Services: Virtual and     Remote Desktop Services, previously Terminal Services, offers a mature alternative to scalable desktop
                                                                                                                                                                    Max
WSV205   Session-Based Desktops and Applications    delivery. Did you know it scales better than VDI? Come and learn more about the new changes in
                                                                                                                                                                 Herrmann;
                Architecture with Partners          Windows Server 2008 R2, partner solutions and how it can work together with App-V and VDI solutions
                                                                                                                                                                Michael Kleef 6/10/2010    9:45AM
                                                Server deployment and MDT 2010 LiteTouch really makes sense -- using LiteTouch to deploy your
         Windows Server 2008 R2 Deployment with servers is, in many cases, the best solution there could be. In this session learn how to build templates
WSV332
           Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT)   for Infrastructure Servers, Terminal Servers, Hyper-V Servers, File/Print Servers, and Application                 Mikael
                                                Servers.                                                                                                          Nystrom      6/10/2010   9:45AM
                                                    Based on in-depth analysis of IT and business data from Platform Value Assessments of worldwide
         Top 10 Hidden IT Costs and How to Avoid
ARC307                                              enterprises, most IT organizations share common problems that are costing their companies money.
                          Them
                                                    Learn how to solve and avoid those problems to increase IT efficiency and ROI.
                                                                                                                                                                Karen Forster 6/10/2010    1:30PM
                                                  Cloud computing is a technology that has widespread impact on IT organizations of all
                                                  sizes. Organizations with large enterprise applications, such as SAP or mainframe applications, often
         Integrating LoB Systems (SAP, Mainframe) wonder how they can realize the value of cloud computing when they already have such as huge
ASI305     with the Cloud Using Microsoft BizTalk investment in on-premise software. In this session we demonstrate how we interact with a business
          Server and the Windows Azure AppFabric process that involves an SAP and a Mainframe application from a cloud-based application, leveraging
                                                                                                                                                                Chris Kabat;
                                                  all the advantages the cloud has to offer. We use Microsoft BizTalk Server and Windows Azure
                                                                                                                                                                 Elizabeth
                                                  AppFabric to expose enterprise data to our application in a secure and scalable way.
                                                                                                                                                                  Graham       6/10/2010   1:30PM



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                                                         In this session, learn how Seattle Children’s Hospital is using the Microsoft platform to develop a
                                                         comprehensive knowledge management solution to empower administrators, doctors, nurses, and
                Hope. Care. Cure. BI That Makes a        other support staff across the organization with information vital to providing superior patient care.
 BIC204
             Difference at Seattle Children’s Hospital   Find out how the organization is harnessing technologies such as Microsoft Amalga, Microsoft SQL
                                                         Server, Microsoft SharePoint Server, and Microsoft PerformancePoint Server to create a compelling
                                                                                                                                                                  Elizabeth Vitt;
                                                         end-to-end BI solution.
                                                                                                                                                                   Ted Corbett 6/10/2010      1:30PM
                                                         In this session, we discuss the new Microsoft Visio 2010 Add-in for System Center Operations Manager
                                                         2007 R2. This lets users create diagrams that show objects by geography on a map, by location in a
          BI for IT: Visio Services Add-in for Microsoft
BIE03-INT                                                data center or building, by role in a logical view of an application, or by topology for complex
          System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2
                                                         distributed applications. These diagrams show real-time status of the network and can be very
                                                         effective tools for managing IT infrastructure.
                                                                                                                                                                  Chris Hopkins 6/10/2010     1:30PM
                                                         This session presents Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services solutions requiring the use of MDX in the
                                                         Calculation Script. Example scenarios come directly from field engagements, so most of the session
BIE11-INT     MDX Solutions from Field, for the Field
                                                         time is spent reviewing and explaining the MDX. We explore how Utility Dimensions, as well as Helper
                                                                                                                                                                     Robert
                                                         Dimensions, interact within SCOPE statements.
                                                                                                                                                                    Skoglund     6/10/2010    1:30PM
                                                        With Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, Microsoft has made a major leap forward in new enterprise
                                                        search options that cover the full spectrum of business needs. This session provides an overview of the
 BIO206     Improving Business Intelligence with Search
                                                        key search capabilities in SharePoint Server 2010 through demonstrations of new features, and how          Jeff Fried;
                                                        you can get started today.                                                                                Roberta Vork 6/10/2010      1:30PM

                                                         How will users work with Microsoft PowerPivot for Microsoft Excel 2010? Will they find problems
                                                         during their everyday work? We tried to answer this apparently simple question creating a complete
                                                         PowerPivot application that will manage the budgeting needs of a company. Join us in “that guy’s"
                                                         shoes as we take the sales data of AdventureWorks from an OLAP cube, collect Excel sheets from
                                                         departments, some information about how the market will change in the future and integrate all this
BIU02-INT    Budgeting Solution Built with PowerPivot
                                                         information into a PowerPivot data model that will let "that guy" build reports and handle the budget
                                                         of the company. In this session we describe all the tools used and choices made during the building
                                                         process, showing some insights of a real case of use of PowerPivot. We try to analyze problems even
                                                         before the market will need to handle them, in order to bring our users good advice from the
                                                         beginning with the introduction of PowerPivot.
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                                                        Much has been written recently about the simple structured data storage concept referred to as
                                                        'NoSQL' as a solution for high-performance very large data (VLDB) environments. While NoSQL is often
                                                        considered not 'relational', weak in consistency, and typically doesn't engage in the common concept
                                                        of 'transactions', its usage has exploded in environments handling extreme amounts of data. Digg uses
                                                        NoSQL to handle ~3 terabytes of data, Facebook handles ~50 terabytes, eBay handles ~2 petabytes. So
BOF09-DV        SQL vs. NoSQL: Where's the Beef?
                                                        what is the draw? Why do adherents tout NoSQL as their best alternatives. What problems are solved
                                                        best with NoSQL, and what problems are best solved with a typical RDBMS. Come prepared to discuss
                                                        your experiences with VLDB high performance data environments. How does a typical RDBMS serve
                                                        you that simple structured storage cannot? How has NoSQL saved your bacon? What are your opinions
                                                        for or against RDBMS or NoSQL?
                                                                                                                                                                 Arnie Rowland 6/10/2010    1:30PM
                                                     Microsoft Exchange Server is a business-critical system for many organizations. Are you prepared to
                                                     respond to the challenges of managing its reliability and availability? What are your plans and
                                                     experiences regarding high availability technologies such as Network Load Balancing and Database
         Microsoft Exchange Server High Availability
BOF34-IT                                             Availability Groups? What are your backup procedures and how about the domain controllers and
         and Disaster Recovery: Are You Prepared?
                                                     communication devices availability? And at the end, have you tested your solutions and strategies at
                                                     all? In this BOF session share your experiences, discuss, and learn from others about high availability
                                                                                                                                                                   Vladimir
                                                     and disaster recovery in Microsoft Exchange Server.
                                                                                                                                                                   Meloski      6/10/2010   1:30PM
                                                        Thursday is Dev Day in Microsoft Certification! This Certification Preparation session focuses on what
                                                        you need to know to get certified and pass the ASP.NET MCP exam. The session is led by an expert
                                                        Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) that regularly presents on this topic. The presenter walks you
            Certification Prep Session on Application
                                                        through the objectives that are covered in the exam, gives you some general exam taking tips and
 CER213      Development with Microsoft ASP.NET:
                                                        technology “gotchas” about ASP.NET. This session is your last step in getting ready for these exams.
                           Exam 70-562
                                                        Don’t miss it and the other Dev Certification Preparation Sessions at Tech·Ed North America. Once you
                                                        ready to take the exam, walk over to the Prometric testing center across the hall and get your 50%
                                                                                                                                                                  Christopher
                                                        exam discount!
                                                                                                                                                                   Harrison     6/10/2010   1:30PM
            Microsoft Live@edu: Moving Your School      Follow-up to the companion breakout session, this session provides an opportunity to drill deeper into
COS05-INT   Communication and Collaboration to the      Live@edu and discuss the ways educational organizations are leveraging the Microsoft platform to
                                                                                                                                                                  Ann Vu; Raj
                            Cloud                       move messaging and collaboration applications to the cloud for their students, faculty, and staff.
                                                                                                                                                                  Mukherjee     6/10/2010   1:30PM
             Developing Advanced Applications with      Go beyond "Hello, World" and see how Windows Azure supports building complex, multi-tier
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                        Windows Azure                   applications.                                                                                             David Aiken   6/10/2010   1:30PM




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                                                      During this session, we discuss how we accomplished the CRM Online and SharePoint Online
                                                      customizations and integration that are available in our Stratus product. We initially demo the final
                                                      product and touch on the high level architecture which includes three of Microsoft's cloud platforms:
                                                      CRM Online, SharePoint Online and Azure. Then we dive deep into how we accomplished making
                                                      customizations to CRM and SharePoint on the fly, how we created a seemless user experience in both
                Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online to      the above applicaitons without being able to deploy custom binaries to either platform, and how the
 COS304     Microsoft SharePoint Online Customization Azure platform brought everything together.
                    and Integration Deep Dive
                                                      Stratus is an Enterprise Application Mashup tool that integrates the best features of Microsoft
                                                      Dynamics CRM with Microsoft SharePoint. CRM users can feed client contact information and upload
                                                      client documents directly to SharePoint sites from within Microsoft Dynamics CRM while SharePoint
                                                      users can view these documents and general information about the CRM accounts, opportunities and
                                                      cases they relate to. To learn more go to http://stratus.statera.com.
                                                                                                                                                                    Brad Younge    6/10/2010    1:30PM
                                                       Do you want to know what it takes to get your application to scale? Do you really need more powerful
              Scaling OLTP Applications: Application   hardware? In this session we discuss all aspects of scalability and show you how to design your logical
 DAT206
               Design and Hardware Considerations      and physical database structures, architect your application, and select hardware and software to
                                                                                                                                                                    Kevin Cox; Srik
                                                       achieve the ultimate performance for online transaction processing (OLTP).
                                                                                                                                                                      Raghavan      6/10/2010   1:30PM
                                                      How often have you written an XQuery in SQL Server and your performance was so bad that you were
                                                      able to eat lunch while the query executed? Have you ever wondered that you have specified
            Troubleshooting Common XQuery and XML
                                                      secondary XML Indices and the query was not using them? Or have you ever wondered how to write
 DAT406     Problems in Microsoft SQL Server Based on
                                                      your best XQuery so that SQL Server actually answers them (orders of magnitude faster) and you can
                      Real-World Examples
                                                      get the answer in less than a second instead of minutes? In this session we answer some of the most
                                                      common issues and mistakes and give you tips on how to improve your query performance.
                                                                                                                                                                     Michael Rys   6/10/2010    1:30PM
                                                       There are plenty of studies that clearly indicate that test automation is a great defense mechanism
                                                       against side effects of changes and “application rot”, but developers writing tests in isolation, leads to
DEV07-INT    Right-Sized Developer Test Automation     the wrong tests being chosen, the re-implementation of the same test as the QA already runs, fragile
                                                       tests, etc. Come chat about how to focus these efforts on producing repeatable, high quality builds
                                                                                                                                                                       Gautam
                                                       validated by developer test automation developed in partnership with the QA org.
                                                                                                                                                                       Goenka      6/10/2010    1:30PM
                                                       Entity Framework 4.0 is Microsoft’s recommended data access layer for new applications. This session
                                                       is a deep dive into the capabilities and limitations of Entity Framework 4.0. We cover a large span of
            Deep Dive into Microsoft ADO.NET Entity    topics including object to table mappings, code generation, POCO support, the query and update
 DEV305
                           Framework                   pipelines, scale and perf limitations, tuning techniques, association types, and more. We present
                                                       practical end-to-end demos for each of the topics and discuss best practices for getting the most out of
                                                                                                                                                                     Diego Vega;
                                                       what Entity Framework 4.0 offers.
                                                                                                                                                                     Tim Laverty   6/10/2010    1:30PM

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                                                        This sessions dives deep into understanding Team Foundation Server 2010 reporting. We very briefly
                                                        overview the provided reports, both SSRS and Excel that come out of the box, before diving into what
                                                        makes these reports possible. We dive into the behind-the-scenes data stores: the TFS_Warehouse
            Deep Dive into Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 and the OLAP cube, and understand their relationship as well as their structure. Then we step back up
 DEV405
               Team Foundation Server Reporting         into the world of reporting where we create and extend reports from WIQL queries (built-in
                                                        capability), create new Excel pivot-table reports and host them on a SharePoint portal, and modify
                                                        SSRS reports. Finally, we look at how to make decisions about what data to capture to help drive
                                                        overall process improvement.
                                                                                                                                                                  Steven Borg   6/10/2010   1:30PM

                                                        Explore the results of evolving a BDD testing model in a real-world project. See how the code base and
                                                        requirements started, and where they evolved to over the course of the project. We also see a formal
                                                        model for BDD expression that we found very effective over time. This session will help you determine
                                                        if BDD is real, and whether it is applicable for your next project.

                                                     More than a great technique for creating and organizing unit tests, BDD is also a wonderful way to
                                                     communicate with your customers and users about the software being created. This session
             Behavior-Driven Development in the Real demonstrates some techniques and tools you can use to start delivering software with BDD:
 DPR302
                              World                  • Requirements techniques
                                                     • Rolling your own unit tests
                                                     • Using BDD frameworks

                                                        This session explores effective ways to create software starting with solid Agile requirements, moving
                                                        all the way through automated testing which demonstrates success of those requirements. We use
                                                        .NET in C# and Visual Studio ALM, although none of these exact tools are required to accomplish the
                                                        goals we set forth.
                                                                                                                                                                  David Starr   6/10/2010   1:30PM


                Ask the Experts: Implementing Your                                                                                                                   Corina
                                                        Come ask your questions about how to implement scenarios for your organization using Service
MGT05-INT      Scenarios in Microsoft System Center                                                                                                               Feuerstein;
                                                        Manager 2010. This interactive session with the product team provides you with all the answers.
                       Service Manager 2010                                                                                                                      Darko Vukovic;
                                                                                                                                                                 Ketan Ghelani;
                                                                                                                                                                  Marc Umeno 6/10/2010      1:30PM
                                                        How do you use the System Center suite to monitor the whole Service stack? Operations Manager
                                                        MVP Maarten Goet show how to build out Distributed Applications in Operations Manager and how to
               Microsoft System Center Operations
                                                        monitor the full service stack: network/storage layer > virtualization layer > Guest OS layer >
 MGT312       Manager and Virtual Machine Manager:
                                                        Application layer. They demonstrate how to visualize these using Operations Manager and use
                  Monitoring the Service Stack
                                                        Microsoft SharePoint to provide availability, performance, security, and capacity information for your
                                                        management.
                                                                                                                                                                 Maarten Goet 6/10/2010     1:30PM
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                                               This session looks at the 20 most common configuration changes or customizations that we implement
                                               in our consulting engagements. At the end of this session, you'll leave with the knowledge of how to
        The Microsoft System Center Operations
MGT315                                         optimize your Operations Manager installation. This session walks through the ‘eureka’ configurations
       Manager Top 20 Must-Have Customizations
                                               that all customers love and utilize on a frequent basis within their environments. If you want to be
                                               much more efficient in your day-to-day work, you do not want to miss this session.
                                                                                                                                                            Rory McCaw     6/10/2010   1:30PM
                                                  You’ve read the white papers, you’ve “Binged” governance, but how, exactly, do you design a
                                                  SharePoint implementation that will support governance, security, and information management? Join
                                                  SharePoint MVP and consultant Dan Holme for a practical, nuts-and-bolts look at the close relationship
                                                  between your information management requirements and SharePoint’s manageability controls, and
                                                  the demands that relationship places on your design and infrastructure. This session is focused on
           Designing Governance: How Information architecting a logical design of SharePoint that effectively supports your information management
OSP203    Management and Security Must Drive Your requirements and governance plan—the “technical” side of governance. Learn how to align your
                           Design                 governance requirements with SharePoint farms, Web applications, and site collections. Discover why
                                                  some third-party applications are a “design poison pill” and what Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010
                                                  offers to greatly improve the deployment of a governable design. Gain a deeper understanding of the
                                                  intricacies and challenges of designing the logical structure of SharePoint, and take away practical,
                                                  blueprint-like guidance to what a governed SharePoint implementation might look like in your
                                                  enterprise.                                                                                            Richard Taylor 6/10/2010      1:30PM
                                                    Learn how to avoid SharePoint Sprawl or Portal Propagation with SharePoint. With all the new features
            Information Governance for Microsoft    of SharePoint 2010, even more planning is required to maintain a healthy environment which will meet
OSP219
                      SharePoint 2010               the diametrically opposed needs of the users and IT. This session goes into the needs and
                                                    implementation of a Governance plan to meet the business needs.
                                                                                                                                                             Paul Turner   6/10/2010   1:30PM
                                                   This session covers the recently announced Outlook Social Connector (OSC). Outlook Product Manager
          Outlook Social Connector: Deployment and Dev Balasubramanian reviews the OSC, covers deployment options, and discusses the technical details       Catherine
OSP317
                   Development Overview            around developing a customer provider for the OSC for either social platforms or LOB systems in the      Watson ; John
                                                   enterprise.                                                                                                Durant      6/10/2010    1:30PM
                                                    SharePoint Server 2010 includes new workflow features and there are many improvements in the tools
                                                    for workflow. SharePoint 2010 now supports workflows that can run without a SharePoint list item.
             Workflow Development in Microsoft      SharePoint Designer 2010 has a new designer for building workflows and these workflows can be
OSP320      SharePoint Server 2010 with Microsoft   exported directly to Visual Studio 2010. Visual Studio 2010 also has workflow tools improvements with
                     Visual Studio 2010             a new workflow form designer, support for Sandboxed Solution workflow activities and the new Visual
                                                    Studio 2010 SharePoint tools packaging designer. This session describes the new workflow features
                                                    and demonstrates these tools.
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          Secure Messaging: Implementing Microsoft Come learn from the front-line implementers of Forefront Online Protection for Exchange. Hear about
                                                                                                                                                              Josh Leach;
SIA04-INT Forefront Online Protection for Exchange - interesting cases, complex scenarios, and best practices to ensure you can on-board quickly and safely.
                                                                                                                                                             Krishna Kumar
              Best Practices, Pitfalls and Support   Learn about resources available to you to help troubleshoot issues.
                                                                                                                                                             Parthasarathy;
                                                                                                                                                               Mike Chan    6/10/2010        1:30PM
                Secure Endpoint: DirectAccess and      Spend an hour learning about Microsoft's complete remote access vision and how UAG and Direct
 SIA301     Microsoft Forefront Unified Access Gateway Access Technology together provide seamless remote access to users while reducing IT risks and costs.
                                                                                                                                                                  Ben Bernstein
            2010, the Complete Remote Access Solution This session includes a live demonstration of the features and the remote access solution in action!
                                                                                                                                                                  ; Tom Shinder 6/10/2010    1:30PM
              Identity and Access Management: Single Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) 2.0 is designed to meet the growing demand for a single
            Sign-on Across Organizations and the Cloud - sign-on solution that crosses organization, application and platform boundaries. In this session learn
 SIA326
               Active Directory Federation Services 2.0 what's new in AD FS 2.0, how usage of claims in AD FS 2.0 solves identity problems for admins and
                        Architecture Drilldown           users, as well as best practices for a secure and highly available AD FS 2.0 deployment.
                                                                                                                                                                   Matt Steele   6/10/2010   1:30PM
             Deploying the Microsoft Exchange Server     This interactive session discusses deploying Exchange 2010 Client Access servers on premises, with
UNC05-INT      2010 Client Access Server Role: Load      particular focus on load balancing for fail-over and scalability, as well as Exchange certificate
                                                                                                                                                                    Bogdan
                    Balancing and Certificates           management. We also discuss various configurations and best practices.
                                                                                                                                                                   Gheorghe      6/10/2010   1:30PM
                                                         Go beyond the basics of Exchange High Availability and gain a solid understanding of what you need to
               Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 High       know to design a highly available and site resilient Exchange 2010 solution. In this session we cover
UNC305-R
                Availability Design Considerations       Exchange 2010 Mailbox DAG design, including DAG sizing, database copy count/distribution, server
                                                         capacity planning, storage design, and network design.
                                                                                                                                                                  Ross Smith IV 6/10/2010    1:30PM
                                                         The new DPM 2010 release will be available in June, so this session (the final in a three-part series)
               Disaster Recovery and Virtualization
                                                         focuses on two of the most important enterprise capabilities of DPM 2010 -- Disaster Recovery
VIR01-INT    Protection with Microsoft System Center
                                                         (without requiring expensive third-party replication products or storage solutions) and Virtualization
              Data Protection Manager (DPM) 2010                                                                                                                     Jason
                                                         Protection for the modern datacenter.
                                                                                                                                                                   Buffington    6/10/2010   1:30PM

                                                      This is an in-depth view of basic and advanced troubleshooting techniques for easily creating virtual
                                                      packages of complex applications. The App-V sequencer will virtualize the majority of the applications
            Effectively Debugging Complex Application thrown at it, but sometimes you will need to use some advance features to complete creating a virtual
 VIR321
                           Sequencings                package for a complex app. We’ll show you how to use builtin log files and external tools such as
                                                      Procmon to understand why a virtual package is not working as expected and how to make changes to
                                                      enable it to work as expected. Areas covered: Sequencing, Client Deployment, Application Deployment
                                                                                                                                                                  Karan Dhillon 6/10/2010    1:30PM




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                                                        The Sysinternals utilities are vital tools for any computer professional on the Windows platform. Mark
                                                        Russinovich's popular "Case Of The Unexplained" demonstrates some of their capabilities in advanced
              Windows Sysinternals Primer: Process
 WCL314                                                 troubleshooting scenarios. This complementary tutorial session focuses primarily on the utilities, deep-
              Explorer, Process Monitor, and More                                                                                                                   Aaron
                                                        diving into as many features as time will allow. Learn tips and tricks that will make you more effective
                                                                                                                                                                 Margosis; Tim
                                                        with the Sysinternals utilities.
                                                                                                                                                                  Reckmeyer 6/10/2010            1:30PM
                                                        Building high performance Web applications takes skill and some unique know how. Come learn about
               Best Practices for Building Fast Web     some of the common pitfalls we’ve learned in JavaScript, CSS, HTML and HTTP requests that could
WEB05-INT
                           Applications                 drastically improve the performance of your Web applications. While the session focuses on using
                                                        Windows Internet Explorer as the tool to get there, these lessons apply to all browsers!
                                                                                                                                                                     Pete LePage     6/10/2010   1:30PM
                                                        This session discusses each of the Windows Embedded operating systems, providing an assessment
                                                        and criteria for selection, based on many factors
              How to Choose a Windows Embedded
 WEM305                                                 including hardware, form factor, and time to market. If you are considering using Windows Embedded
                       Operating System
                                                        for a new project or product then this session will assist you in selecting the right operating system for
                                                        your project.                                                                                                Jason Tolley    6/10/2010   1:30PM
                                                      Instead of a boring overview of APIs, in this fun and interactive session, learn how we built a real-world
              Coding4Fun: Learn Windows Phone 7
                                                      Windows Phone 7 Series application that is used to control a robotic t-shirt cannon. Learn about key
 WPH314     Development by Creating a Robotic T-Shirt                                                                                                                Clint Rutkas;
                                                      Windows Phone features including the accelerometer, networking/communication, touch input, UI
                            Cannon                                                                                                                                        Dan
                                                      animations, debugging, and performance. Be prepared for t-shirts to be shot into the audience!
                                                                                                                                                                      Fernandez      6/10/2010   1:30PM
                                                     Network Access Protection (NAP) is a set of technologies that were introduced with the release of
                                                     Windows Server 2008 and encompass many different aspects of network compliance and security. This
          What to Know When Designing and Building talk discusses in detail how NAP works with existing network security mechanisms as well as what
WSV12-INT
          a Network Access Protection (NAP) Solution should be considered in your network access policy decisions. This talk features real-world customer
                                                     examples of NAP deployments and is delivered by one of Microsoft's foremost experts on the topic of
                                                     customer design and deployment.
                                                                                                                                                                      Pat Fetty      6/10/2010   1:30PM
              Past, Present, and Future of Windows-     In this session we outline the current and future Windows Storage Server offerings and demonstrate
 WSV323      Based NAS: A Growing Market for Highly     the flexibility of the iSCSI Software Target. See the new high-availability setup experience coming in the
                                                                                                                                                                       Scott M.
                        Available Solutions             Windows Server 2008 R2-based NAS appliances and find out how you can get involved in the TAP.
                                                                                                                                                                       Johnson       6/10/2010   1:30PM

                                                        Search engine crawlers are the most important site visitors. You have to play by their rules if you want
                                                        to see your Web site in the top search results. In this session, learn how to leverage the Search Engine
             Your Web Site’s Way to the Top: How to
 WSV331                                                 Optimization (SEO) Toolkit – including site analysis, sitemaps, and robots files, URL rewriting, and other
                   Boost Your Search Rankings
                                                        tools to improve your Web site for Search Engine and user traffic. You will leave this session with a set
                                                        of tips and tricks that will boost the search rank, performance, and consistency of your Web site.
                                                                                                                                                                     Omar Khan       6/10/2010   1:30PM


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  Code                         Title                                                                   Abstract                                                     Speaker          Date      Time

                                                    Companies need infrastructure to integrate services for internal enterprise systems, services running at
                                                    business partners, and systems accessible on the public Internet. Companies also need to be able to
                                                    start small and scale rapidly. This is especially important to smaller businesses that cannot afford heavy
            Programming AppFabric: Moving Microsoft
 ASI308                                             capital outlays up front. In other words, companies need the strengths of an ESB approach, but they
                      .NET to the Cloud
                                                    need a simple and easy path to adoption and to scale up, along with full support for Internet-based
                                                                                                                                                                      Aaron
                                                    protocols. These are the core problems that AppFabric addresses, specfically through the Service Bus
                                                                                                                                                                    Skonnard;
                                                    and Access Control services.
                                                                                                                                                                   Keith Brown     6/10/2010   3:15PM
                                                     This session covers the SAP BI landscape and common customer pain points in this environment. A
          Microsoft BI and SAP from a Functional and detailed overview of integration scenarios between SAP BW and Microsoft BI front ends is discussed.
BIC04-INT Technical Perspective: Helping Customers Certified connectivity options to perform self-service BI and native reporting on top of SAP BW, ad-hoc
             Make the Best of Their Investments      reporting on SAP BW and extraction of data from SAP BW are covered. High level architecture of the
                                                     above scenarios and customer reference cases are also illustrated.
                                                                                                                                                                   Arun Justus     6/10/2010   3:15PM
                                                        In this session, TELUS Communications, Canada's third largest Telecommunications company, discusses
            TELUS Uses Business Intelligence to Provide                                                                                                            Chris Finlan;
 BIC305                                                 the process of re-platforming their legacy BI architecture with Microsoft. Hear how they rationalized
                  Benefits in the Telecom Sector                                                                                                                     Michael
                                                        their decision, from both technical architecture and cost benefits perspectives.
                                                                                                                                                                     Matrick       6/10/2010   3:15PM
                                                        This session is designed to provide you with real-world scenarios and sample solutions using
                Dashboard Design Using Microsoft        PerformancePoint Services in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. Explore corporate and operational
BIO03-INT
                     SharePoint Server 2010             dashboards and related components, acquire design best practices from the field, and learn new
                                                        features.                                                                                                  Curtis Young    6/10/2010   3:15PM
                                                     ProViz Inc. introduces a self-service business intelligence solution for analysts and risk officers of an
                                                     asset management firm. The solution platform is based on Microsoft SQL Server Business Intelligence
            Making Financial Managers Efficient: How and leverages BI capabilities of SharePoint 2010. It enables financial analysts to consolidate data that is
BIP07-INT   ProViz Adds Value for Asset Management scattered in disparate systems and spreadsheets. Financial analysts use data collected in a central
                             Firms                   repository via Excel PowerPivot and distribute analysis using SharePoint Excel Services. The solution
                                                     serves as a collaboration and visualization portal for an asset management firm or a division of an
                                                     investment bank.
                                                                                                                                                                   Udaya Hegde 6/10/2010       3:15PM
                                                        The underlying causes of the VM storage problems are complex and multifaceted. But it doesn’t take a
                                                        Ph.D. in storage technology to see the symptoms. Based on what we’ve heard from talking with IT pros
BOF33-IT     Hypervisor-Based Storage Virtualization    for the past two plus years about this topic, we can pretty much sum up the complaints into some key
                                                        areas: storage sprawl, performance, management, and cost. Let's discuss how to tackle these growing
                                                                                                                                                                     mindy
                                                        challenges.
                                                                                                                                                                    anderson       6/10/2010   3:15PM




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                                                   The key value of Service Bus may not be what you think it is! We build services that can be composed
                                                   with other applications and services, regardless of platform or protocol. But to realize these benefits,
                                                   applications and services must be consumable beyond the same walls that created the silos that
            Enabling the Ambient Cloud with the    service orientation strives to overcome. The service needs to be able to call the client, even through
BOF54-ALL Windows Azure Platform AppFabric Service NATs and firewalls. To achieve the benefits of Software + Services, these walls must be brought down
                            Bus                    without disrupting the security and peace of mind that entire careers have been dedicated to
                                                   preserving. Come discuss and share your experiences of how Azure AppFabric Service Bus is changing
                                                   the game. How are you using, or thinking about using, the Service Bus to transcend network
                                                   boundaries and expand the reach of your services and applications to the Internet and beyond?
                                                                                                                                                                 Rick Garibay   6/10/2010   3:15PM
                                                        Thursday is Dev Day in Microsoft Certification! This Certification Preparation session focuses on what
                                                        you need to know to get certified and pass the SQL Server 2008 MCP exam. The session is led by an
                                                        expert Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) who regularly presents on this topic. The presenter walks you
            Certification Prep Session on Microsoft SQL through the objectives that are covered in the exam, gives you some general exam taking tips and
 CER214
               Server 2008 for IT Pros: Exam 70-432     technology “gotchas” about SQL Server 2008. This session is your last step in getting ready for these
                                                        exams. Don’t miss it and the other Dev Certification Preparation Sessions at Tech·Ed North America.
                                                        Once you ready to take the exam, walk over to the Prometric testing center across the hall and get
                                                                                                                                                                   Telmo
                                                        your 50% exam discount!
                                                                                                                                                                  Sampaio       6/10/2010   3:15PM
                                                     Follow up to the companion breakout session, this session provides an opportunity to drill deeper into
            Microsoft Business Productivity Online   identity and access solutions in the next generation of the Business Productivity Online Standard Suite.
COS12-INT Standard Suite (BPOS) v.Next: Identity and Ask your questions about the evolution of the BPOS sign-in services and directory synchronization with
                 Access Solutions Drilldown          on-premises Active Directory infrastructure. Also explore Active Directory federated identities as they
                                                     work in conjunction with BPOS and cloud identities.
                                                                                                                                                                 Dan Kershaw    6/10/2010   3:15PM
                                                   This 300-400 level session describes the space management subsystem of Microsoft SQL Server in
          Database Space Management: Tips, Tricks,
DAT05-INT                                          detail, giving practical, actionable, and directed feedback on how to enhance, manage, and                       Ryan
                         and Traps
                                                   troubleshoot SQL Server use of space on disk.                                                                 Stonecipher    6/10/2010   3:15PM
                                                      SQL Server Extended Events is a diagnostic feature that revolutionizes troubleshooting, profiling, and
                                                      enables end-to-end tracing, with only a small amount of overhead when it’s active. In this session we
              Integrating Microsoft SQL Server Event
                                                      demonstrate using Extended Events for lock analysis, reporting on hard-to-catch error information,
 DAT402     Tracing with OS-Level Events and Database
                                                      looking through stack frames, and integration with ETW for end-to-end (client-network-server) tracing
                           Client Events
                                                      and combined OS kernel and SQL Server tracing. We build some simpler event sessions from scratch as
                                                                                                                                                                    Bob
                                                      well as explore the depth and breadth of what’s available.
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                                                       This session covers the obscure territory of passing sets of data from a client application to SQL Server.
                                                       There are (almost) countless solutions to this task; use of the SQL Server 2008 feature Table Valued
              Passing a Set of Data to Microsoft SQL   Parameters (TVPs), XML, strings, Bulk Copy, etc. In this session we describe as well as compare many of
 DAT404
                Server 2008: How, What, and Why        these approaches. We also look into what stored procedures brings to the table as well as using the
                                                       new MERGE statement. A discussion on pros and cons and performance aspects of each approach, as
                                                                                                                                                                       Tobias
                                                       well as a look at end-to-end demos is a promise!
                                                                                                                                                                     Ternstrom      6/10/2010   3:15PM


                                                       This is an opportunity to interact with key members of the Visual Basic team and the architects who
                                                                                                                                                                       Anthony
DEV04-INT     Meet the Microsoft Visual Basic Team     lead it. They discuss their plans for future versions of Visual Basic, and answer any questions you might
                                                                                                                                                                    Green; Dustin
                                                       have about one of the world’s most popular programming languages.
                                                                                                                                                                      Campbell;
                                                                                                                                                                    Lucian Wischik 6/10/2010    3:15PM
                                                    Don’t know a thing about Windows Workflow Foundation (WF4) in Microsoft .NET Framework 4, but
            The Total Noob’s Guide Windows Workflow
 DEV207                                             want to learn? No problem. Join us for this session that starts at “Hello World” and moves you through
                          Foundation 4
                                                    the elements of WF4 all the way to custom activities and designers.
                                                                                                                                                                     Ron Jacobs     6/10/2010   3:15PM
                                                      Agile database development for Oracle is now possible with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010, using the
                                                      Toad Extension for Visual Studio. With support for the Visual Studio 2010 application lifecycle
            ALM for Oracle Developers Using Microsoft management (ALM) methodology, all of your Oracle database changes can now be integrated with
 DEV301
                       Visual Studio 2010             Visual Studio Team Foundation Server for improved change management, work item tracking, and                      Daniel
                                                      team communication. Come learn how to make your Oracle development more Agile with Visual                       Norwood;
                                                      Studio 2010.                                                                                                   Terry Clancy   6/10/2010   3:15PM

                                                       In the Agile world of Scrum, the people who build software, the development teams, are referred to as
                                                       pigs because they are committed while the others are referred to as chickens because they are only
                                                       involved. One of the guidelines of Scrum is that teams should be self-organizing. So, how do you
              Herding Pigs: Managing Self-Organizing   manage self-organizing teams? That’s what this session is all about. We want our teams to be highly
 DPR305
                              Teams                    productive, to grow professionally, to enjoy their work and be in it for the long haul. All while being
                                                       good organizational citizens and driving on the proper side of the road. We cover a little management
                                                       theory on motivation and maintaining a positive, healthy work environment and show you how to put
                                                       it to work. Get ready to refactor how you herd pigs.
                                                                                                                                                                    Mike Vincent    6/10/2010   3:15PM
                Application Lifecycle Management:     Join this session to learn how connecting Project Professional 2010 and Project Server 2010 with
OSP02-INT     Connecting Microsoft Project 2010 and Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010 can help to better unify the worlds of application
                                                                                                                                                                       Ben
            Visual Studio 2010 Team Foundation Server development and project portfolio management.
                                                                                                                                                                    Chamberlain     6/10/2010   3:15PM
                                                       This lecture focuses on the developer interfaces for the Social Computing API and Web services for
              Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 As a
 OSP315                                                SharePoint 2010. Social Computing with SharePoint involves creating people-aware applications that
                   Social Computing Platform
                                                       take advantage of User Profiles, Social Data, and Personalization built into SharePoint.
                                                                                                                                                                    Ted Pattison    6/10/2010   3:15PM
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 Code                        Title                                                                    Abstract                                                      Speaker        Date       Time

                                                       Implementing an Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) 2.0 solution for single sign-on presents a
                                                       variety of decisions that must be made by carefully weighing the available designs and your
            Identity and Access Management: Best
                                                       deployment goals. In this chalk talk we discuss what these decisions are and how to navigate them
             Practices for Deploying and Managing
SIA01-INT                                              correctly depending on your needs. We start by whiteboarding through a sample deployment and then
          Active Directory Federation Services (AD-FS)
                                                       let the audience modify it to represent the needs of their own deployments. We also discuss common
                               2.0                                                                                                                                Brjann
                                                       mistakes and best practices for ongoing management of an AD FS 2.0 deployment. Bring your
                                                                                                                                                               Brekkan; Matt
                                                       questions and scenarios, we’ll have demos and markers at the ready!
                                                                                                                                                                   Steele    6/10/2010        3:15PM
                                                       Commercial businesses and governments are rolling out identity systems to improve their security and
                                                       to provide online access to services. Current identity framework efforts (including federated identity
                                                       protocols such as SAML and OpenID) do not provide the highest levels of security and may in fact
                                                       erode user privacy; thus, if adopted on a large scale, society-wide, individuals and businesses could
            Top 5 Security and Privacy Challenges in   become vulnerable to automated identity theft and real-time centralized surveillance.
 SIA305       Identity Infrastructures and How to
                 Overcome Them with U-Prove            In this session we introduce the U-Prove technology and describe how identity infrastructures can
                                                       resolve these security and privacy challenges. We also illustrate how the U-Prove technology integrates
                                                       into AD FS 2.0, Windows CardSpace2.0, and the Windows Identity Foundation, as part of the U-Prove
                                                       Community Technology Preview. Furthermore, we present a demo of a U-Prove-enhanced eID
                                                                                                                                                                    Christian
                                                       information card.
                                                                                                                                                                     Paquin      6/10/2010    3:15PM
           Secure Collaboration: All You Need to Know
                                                      Learn best practices, pros and cons on deploying different kinds of Active Directory Rights
             about Extending Active Directory Rights
 SIA313                                               Management Services (AD RMS) trusts with external partners using Active Directory Federation
            Management Services (AD RMS) Protected
                                                      Services (AD FS), MFG (a new Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 feature), TUD, and WLID.
                   Content to External Parties
                                                                                                                                                                   Tejas Patel   6/10/2010    3:15PM

                                                       With each new generation of Microsoft Exchange, features are added and Exchange is further refined
                                                       in its capabilities as an email system. Exchange Server 2010 enables the use of multiple storage options
                                                       in its deployment, and allows you to provide large mailboxes at a cheaper cost.
           Going Big! Deploying Large Mailboxes with
UNC306      Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 without
                                                     Will it work in your environment? Are you hesitant to increase mailbox sizes due to challenges around
                       Breaking the Bank
                                                     storage? How do you know when to use a specific type of storage? Do you need to enable Exchange
                                                     high-availability when using a JBOD configuration? Can you really use SATA disks with Exchange? If you
                                                     want the answers to these questions; be sure to attend this session.
                                                                                                                                                                  Kevin St. Clair 6/10/2010   3:15PM
           Advanced SIP-Based Solutions Built on the
                                                     Get an overview of how the new upcoming UC Managed API 3.0 can help build useful applications like               Albert
              Microsoft Unified Communications
UNC401                                               contact center including Web chat and a personal mobile voice assistant. This session demonstrates             Kooiman;
               Managed API 3.0 and Microsoft
                                                     those two applications and dives deep into salient code concepts.                                              Stephane
                Communications Server “14”
                                                                                                                                                                      Taine      6/10/2010    3:15PM

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  Code                         Title                                                                    Abstract                                                   Speaker         Date      Time


                                                         The Dynamic Infrastructure Toolkit for System Center (DIT-SC) has been renamed. It is now called
                                                         Dynamic Datacenter Toolkit (DDTK) . This session explores the Dynamic Datacenter Toolkit (DDTK); a
                                                         free, partner-extensible turnkey solution that enables data centers to dynamically pool, allocate, and
                                                         manage resources, delivering Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). This solution integrates with System
            Dynamic Infrastructure Toolkit for Microsoft Center and provides ready-to-use components such as an Administration Portal, a Self Service
  VIR319     System Center Deployment: Architecture Provisioning Portal and a light weight Provisioning Engine that allows for the seamless integration of
                   and Scenario Walkthrough              the Dynamic Data Center components. This session illustrates how DDTK enables IT Implementers to
                                                         create agile, virtualized IT infrastructures, made possible via easy configuration and allocation of
                                                         resources based on an automated Business Unit IT (BUIT) on-boarding process. This session also
                                                         demonstrates how the DDTK self-service portal allows the BUIT to self-provision infrastructure to
                                                         deploy their application environments.
                                                                                                                                                                  Kenon Owens 6/10/2010      3:15PM
                                                   You are ready to deploy Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 and need to understand how to
           Activating Windows: What You Need to
                                                   activate these systems across your environment. Come join this interactive session to find out what
WCL09-INT Know When Deploying Windows 7 and
                                                   you need to know to accomplish this task. The discussion covers the available activation methods for
          Windows Server 2008 R2 in the Enterprise
                                                   volume license customers, and how to choose the right one for your deployment.
                                                                                                                                                                   Jay Ferron    6/10/2010   3:15PM
                                                         Get more from Group Policy with AGPM: Advanced Group Policy Management is part of the suite of
                                                         MDOP products. It delivers change management and advanced reporting to Group Policy management.
                  MDOP: Advanced Group Policy
 WCL322                                                  This high-energy session demonstrates all the cool features you've been missing from Group Policy like
                       Management 4.0
                                                         auditing, difference reporting, workflow, and role delegation. Plus, see all the new features of 4.0:
                                                                                                                                                                Kevin Sullivan;
                                                         multi forest functionality, Windows 7 support, and search.
                                                                                                                                                                  Mark Gray     6/10/2010    3:15PM
                                                         Windows Embedded Compact is a small footprint, real-time, componentized OS. It addresses solutions
                                                         such as real-time industrial controllers, thin clients, consumer devices… providing hard real-time
WEM06-INT     Windows Embedded Compact Compete           capabilities along with great connectivity and user interface technologies. This session explains how
                                                         Windows Embedded Compact compares to alternative products in these markets and how Microsoft is
                                                         investing to provides OEMs with the right tools they need to build these solutions.
                                                                                                                                                                  Jason Tolley   6/10/2010   3:15PM
                                                   Come join us for this interactive session on code compatibility between previous Windows Phone
                                                   applications and Windows Phone 7. Come talk to experienced application developers and hear what
                Prepare for Windows Phone 7                                                                                                                          Khalid
                                                   they have to say about code compatibility and share your own experiences with other attendees. Even
WPH01-INT Development! Coding practices you should                                                                                                                  Siddiqui;
                                                   though the programming paradigm for Windows Phone 7 differs from previous Windows Phone
             start using now in Windows Mobile.                                                                                                                     Maarten
                                                   versions, managed applications are still written in C#. Taking a number of best practices into
                                                                                                                                                                  Struys; Paul
                                                   consideration, some of your existing code can still run on Windows Phone 7.
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 Code                        Title                                                                    Abstract                                                      Speaker        Date      Time

                                               Windows Phone presents developers with the opportunity to monetize their applications using the
                                               next generation of Windows Phone application distribution: Windows Phone OS 7.0. Windows
                                               Marketplace will revolutionize distribution of Windows Phone OS 7.0 applications, games, and content,
        Understanding Marketplace and Making
WPH312                                         and is designed to solve the two largest problems of the Windows Phone consumer-focused developer
       Money with Windows Phone 7 Applications
                                               community: distribution and monetization. This session provides application developers with the
                                               insights, tools, and processes necessary to begin distributing and monetizing their applications on the
                                               Windows Phone OS 7.0 platform.
                                                                                                                                                                     Loke Uei    6/10/2010   3:15PM
                                                        Data contained in File Servers is completely opaque to administrators. The requirements introduced by
                                                        corporate GRC and compliance rules require administrators to understand what kind of data they have
                                                        and set up automatic policies. With the Windows Server 2008 R2 File Classification infrastructure,
            File Servers: Using the File Classification
WSV204                                                  administrators now have a tool to help them get insight and set up automated policies to manage and
           Infrastructure to Solve Common Problems
                                                        protect files. This session explores how to deal with such common problems as: getting rid of data
                                                        from users who have left the company; protecting personal information; and file server storage
                                                                                                                                                                    Matthias
                                                        optimization.
                                                                                                                                                                    Wollnik      6/10/2010   3:15PM
                                                      Learn how to manage Web server farms on IIS 7; from the initial deployment of servers, replication of
                                                      content and configuration, to deploying new applications into the farm. The session covers using tools
              Internet Information Services in the
WSV317                                                and commands to automate server configuration tasks, how to use the Web Deployment Tool to
                           Datacenter
                                                      deploy applications and synchronize content across the servers, and how easy it is to leverage
                                                      Application Request Routing to load-balance requests across the farm.
                                                                                                                                                                   Thomas Deml 6/10/2010     3:15PM

                                                      Active Directory and all that you can do with it has come a long way in the last ten years. Are you really
                                                      using everything that is in there to get the best bang for your buck? Learn how to make your life easier
                                                      with things like the Active Directory RecycleBin to save you from those “oops” moments we’ve all
                                                      encountered. Explore how the improved management interfaces including PowerShell support will
                                                      make administration less time consuming and more automated. Implement multiple password policies
                                                      and enhanced Group Policies to keep the security group and user community in harmony. On top of all
              Turbo Charge Your Active Directory      that, architectural changes like Read Only Domain Controllers, Server Core implementations and
WSV330
                      Implementation                  Offline Domain Join capabilities can make you a hero, keep your organization more secure and save
                                                      you time – it just gets better.

                                                      If you are ready to transition your cushy family sedan implementation of Active Directory into a
                                                      tweaked out street-legal sports coupe – this demo intensive scenario session is for you. Come learn
                                                      what you need to know to get your Active Directory firing on all cylinders and map out the road to
                                                      Active Directory nirvana.
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  Code                         Title                                                                   Abstract                                                     Speaker        Date      Time

                                                        This session showcases the improvements to Windows PowerShell introduced in Windows 7 and
              Advanced Automation Using Windows         Windows Server 2008 R2. Demos for this talk include how to easily build administration GUI over
WSV401                                                                                                                                                                Mir
                        PowerShell 2.0                  PowerShell, how IT administrators can create cmdlet functionality without the need for programming
                                                                                                                                                                   Rosenberg;
                                                        skills, PowerShell Remoting, jobs, modules, script internationalization and debugging, among others.
                                                                                                                                                                   Refaat Issa   6/10/2010   3:15PM
                                                        If you want to learn all about what the cache is and how it works, this session is for you. Come and
               Windows Server AppFabric Caching:        learn about how real customers are using the various capabilities of the cache to solve a range of
ASI04-INT
                     Customer Scenarios                 performance and high availability needs in their applications. These scenarios are taken from early
                                                        adopter customers and many of the customers are in production right now.
                                                                                                                                                                   Ron Jacobs    6/10/2010   5:00PM

                                                       There are a number of capabilities in Windows Server AppFabric that just simply work behind the
                                                       scenes, providing resilience and scalability for your applications. Of course as developers and
                                                       architects, we like to understand how these capabilities are built, what makes them tick and what the
             An Insiders Deep Dive into the Resilience
                                                       constraints and boundaries are. Find out how the more advanced features of AppFabric, such as
 ASI301     and Scaling Architecture of Windows Server
                                                       workflow persistence/recovery, monitoring, high availability caching and service auto start are
                             AppFabric
                                                       implemented. Learn directly from the Microsoft Architect who designed these capabilities and learn
                                                       how some of Microsoft’s early adopters are using these capabilities to address specific resilience and
                                                       scalability challenges in their applications.                                                              Shankarnaraya
                                                                                                                                                                   n Chandrika 6/10/2010     5:00PM
                                                     This session showcases how the Microsoft BI stack (Microsoft SQL Server and Microsoft                           Angelic
            American Tire Chooses Microsoft over
BIC01-INT                                            PerformancePoint Server) unseated Cognos and Oracle, which were in use at American Tire, by                   Gibson; Eric
              Oracle and Cognos to Save Money
                                                     providing better value and easier adoption.                                                                     Melcher    6/10/2010    5:00PM
                                                     Come here how the speaker saved millions for his company -- and made the business happy -- by
          Creating a Cohesive Reporting Strategy for
BIP02-INT                                            creating a comprehensive reporting strategy based on the Simplement Data Liberator and the power of            Robert
             SAP Customers, Using Microsoft BI
                                                     Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Enterprise Edition.                                                                  Maclean      6/10/2010   5:00PM
                                                       Customers are looking to align decision making across the business user organization at different levels
                                                       and roles. Typical scenarios include providing aligned information across the procurement organization
            Reduce Cost Leakage and Increase Strategic to reduce sourcing and procurement costs, and reducing inventory across different levels of the supply
 BIP204      Margins with a Microsoft-Based Tool for chain organization. Microsoft and Infosys teams showcase their Supply Chain Visibility Solution that
                                                                                                                                                                     Enrique
                   Supply Chain Improvement            demonstrates how performance dashboards, visualization, and access to information and collaboration
                                                                                                                                                                    Andaluz;
                                                       can be enabled in an integrated manner to enable decision making and improve productivity across
                                                                                                                                                                    Nagendra
                                                       different industry verticals.
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  Code                        Title                                                                     Abstract                                                      Speaker        Date      Time

                                                    Mono is an open source, cross-platform implementation of the Microsoft .NET Framework, based on
                                                    the ECMA standards for C# and the Common Language Infrastructure. With Mono, users can run C#
                                                    and Visual Basic applications written and compiled in Microsoft Visual Studio on Windows, Linux, and
            .NET Development on Linux, Mac, iPhone, Mac OS X. Recently, the Mono project has found additional notoriety for bringing .NET to the iPhone
BOF14-DV
                     and More with Mono             with MonoTouch, and Microsoft Silverlight to the Linux desktop through the open source Moonlight
                                                    effort. Have you used Mono or are you just interested in learning more about this technology? Bring
                                                    your questions and knowledge, and through discussion we'll collectively gain a better understanding of
                                                    how to use Mono.
                                                                                                                                                                     Joseph Hill   6/10/2010   5:00PM
                                                  Improve SharePoint Performance in your environment. Separate fact from fiction. We discuss a wide
          Microsoft SharePoint Performance Myths, range of topics from configuring caching to identifying memory leaks in custom code. We discuss
BOF50-ALL
                      Tips, and Tricks!           available tools to baseline performance and stress test. We aim to dispell myths such as "SharePoint
                                                  doesn't perform or scale".                                                                                        Dennis Bottjer 6/10/2010   5:00PM
                                                       Thursday is Dev Day in Microsoft Certification! This Certification Preparation session focuses on what
                                                       you need to know to get certified and pass the SQL Server 2008 MCP exam. The session is led by an
                                                       expert Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) who regularly presents on this topic. The presenter walks you
           Certification Prep Session on Microsoft SQL
                                                       through the objectives that are covered in the exam, gives you some general exam taking tips and
 CER215    Server 2008 for Database Developers: Exam
                                                       technology “gotchas” about SQL Server 2008. This session is your last step in getting ready for these
                              70-433
                                                       exams. Don’t miss it and the other Dev Certification Preparation Sessions at Tech·Ed North America.
                                                       Once you ready to take the exam, walk over to the Prometric testing center across the hall and get
                                                                                                                                                                       Telmo
                                                       your 50% exam discount!
                                                                                                                                                                      Sampaio      6/10/2010   5:00PM
                                                       How do they scale; do they scale up or scale out? How are High Availabilty and Disaster Recovery
           See the Largest Mission Critical Deployment architected? Are there any common techniques that bring the largest gain? This session is intended for
 DAT305
            of Microsoft SQL Server around the World people interested in learning how we have solved some very hard problems in the database tier. Take
                                                                                                                                                              Kevin Cox; Srik
                                                       the lessons we have learned back to your business to improve your solutions.
                                                                                                                                                                Raghavan      6/10/2010        5:00PM

                                                      Execution plan reuse is one of the most important aspects of building well-performing and scalable
                                                      SQL Server solutions. But it's also the one that is often overlooked during the design phase and
           Microsoft SQL Server Execution Plans: From becomes very difficult to troubleshoot later. In this session we discuss in detail the following aspects of
 DAT403
               Compilation, to Caching, to Reuse      SQL Server execution plans: compilation, re-compilation, parameterization, caching, reuse, and aging.
                                                      You will leave this session with full understanding of how to improve your server's performance by
                                                      increasing execution plan reuse (and how to avoid reuse in case this is necessary).
                                                                                                                                                                    Maciej Pilecki 6/10/2010   5:00PM




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  Code                         Title                                                                     Abstract                                                      Speaker          Date      Time

                                                         IronPython Tools for Visual Studio is an extension for Microsoft Visual Studio which provides Python
                                                         programmers with a great development experience inside of Visual Studio. It supports all of the usual
                                                         Visual Studio features such as editing including rich Intellisense, debugging, light weight Python
DEV11-INT                IronPython Tools                projects, and participating in Visual Studio solutions. In addition to the usual Visual Studio features it
                                                         also supports a REPL window for a lightweight development experience which Python developers are
                                                         accustomed to. Come and see IronPython Tools in action and see some new and exciting ways to work
                                                         in Visual Studio.
                                                                                                                                                                      Dino Vieland    6/10/2010   5:00PM
                                                         With the release of Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate, we now have the ability to build UML and
            Building Extensions for the Microsoft Visual Architectural Layer designs within Visual Studio. But why stop there? In this session, learn how to take
 DEV403
                     Studio Architecture Tools           the functionality in the box and extend it for scenarios that are important to your domain or
                                                         organization.                                                                                                Peter Provost 6/10/2010     5:00PM

                                                         Development teams frequently get wrapped around the tree when it comes to branching. It’s easy to
                                                         lose track of code in a dense tree and even easier to release code that you didn’t mean to release.
                                                         While branching can get complicated, there are some basic branching structures that can be applied to
                                                         most of the common scenarios to help untangle you. In this session, learn the three basic branching
                                                         structures and several of the most common variations to help ease promotion models and deployment
 DPR303          Branching and Merging Practices         scenarios. Learn best practices and how to avoid “gotchas” that can derail an entire release. At the end
                                                         of this session you will be able to determine which branching pattern is most effective for your
                                                         particular scenario and walk through how to perform code promotion (including bug fixes, hot fixes
                                                         and multiple releases) for each branching pattern. After applying these principles you will be able to
                                                         streamline your release process and code promotion process and reduce unintended bugs in released
                                                         software.
                                                                                                                                                                      Jeff Levinson   6/10/2010   5:00PM
                                                         Service Manager 2010 is built on a powerful, mature platform which allows you to easily customize and
                                                         extend the product to meet the needs of the most demanding customers and partners. Bring your
               Extending and Customizing Microsoft
MGT07-INT                                                questions about the customization options available, including how to extending the CMDB model and
                  System Center Service Manager
                                                         create custom forms, templates, workflows, and reports. This highly interactive session is hosted by
                                                                                                                                                                         Corina
                                                         the product team to provide you with the answers you need.
                                                                                                                                                                       Feuerstein     6/10/2010   5:00PM
                                                         System Center Configuration Manager v.Next will expand the landscape for device management like
                                                         never before. From enhancements to the Configuration Manager device management capability, to
              Microsoft System Center Configuration      incorporating Microsoft System Center Mobile Device Manager technology, to our relationship with
 MGT305
              Manager v.Next: Device Management          Nokia, in this session our Device Management experts provide you with a technical overview of the
                                                         capability plans in v.Next. If you are managing devices today, or planning a device strategy in your
                                                                                                                                                                         Jeffrey
                                                         organization soon, this session is an absolute "must see".
                                                                                                                                                                       Sutherland     6/10/2010   5:00PM
                                                         This session provides an overview of the new customization/extensibility capabilities of Microsoft
OSP03-INT       Customizing Microsoft Project 2010       Project 2010. Using real examples, we demonstrate how to develop a custom project initiation process,
                                                         to extend Project Web Access, and much more!                                                                   Jan Kalis     6/10/2010   5:00PM
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  Code                         Title                                                                   Abstract                                                    Speaker        Date      Time

                                                        In this interactive session, come learn the different ways for you to integrate SAP with Office and
          Integrating SAP with Microsoft Office and     Microsoft SharePoint 2010. We’ll keep the session open for discussion, walk through a couple of
OSP10-INT
                       SharePoint 2010                  demos, and talk to the different ways to integrate the two. Specific areas of coverage include Business
                                                                                                                                                                    Donovan
                                                        Connectivity Services, custom Web Parts, Silverlight, Office ribbon, and Custom Task Panes.
                                                                                                                                                                    Follette    6/10/2010   5:00PM
                                                      SharePoint Online is quickly becoming a great cost-effective way to manage SharePoint in the 'cloud'
             Developing for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 that can complement the way you architect and deploy your on-premises instance of SharePoint 2010.
 OSP204
              Online: Understanding the Boundaries    This session focuses on defining what the developer can and can't do with SharePoint Online to help
                                                      you understand where the boundaries lie.
                                                                                                                                                                   Chris Mayo   6/10/2010   5:00PM

                                                        The infrastructure that supports Microsoft’s consumer and enterprise cloud offerings, including Azure,
                                                        Bing, BPOS, Hotmail, and Messenger, runs on servers in datacenters world-wide. Running as many
                                                        servers as Microsoft does presents challenges for any management software, including Microsoft’s
                                                        own, yet there is a need to meet compliance burdens and ensure the ongoing security of the systems
            Securing the Microsoft Cloud with Microsoft that keep customers’ data both secure and maintain their privacy. In this session hear how Microsoft’s
 SIA317       System Center and Microsoft Forefront Global Foundation Services security and compliance team meets statutory and regulatory compliance
                        Families of Products            requirements, and keeps systems secure using Systems Center Configuration Management, Operations
                                                        Manager and Virtual Machine Manager products, and Forefront Identity Manager and Endpoint
                                                        Protection products. Also, learn of uses that these products are put to, that might surprise you, and
                                                        many of the tricks and techniques used to overcome the problems of scale and geographic distribution,
                                                        and how you can apply the same to your own systems and networks.                                          John Howie;
                                                                                                                                                                  Mark Estberg 6/10/2010    5:00PM
                                                   With the dark forces of Cybercrime continuing to grow, it’s critical that individuals and businesses are
                                                   fully aware that doing business in the “wild west” of the 21st century can be potentially disastrous.
         Cybercrime: The Gathering Storm (repeated
SIA330-R                                           The sophistication of the latest generation of attacks is simply mind boggling. In this hard hitting 75min
                    from 6/8 at 9:45am)
                                                   session Andy Malone spills the beans on the latest tools and tactics used by the bad guys. Packed with
                                                   stories, demos, tips and tricks, this is a security session you will not want to miss.
                                                                                                                                                                  Andy Malone 6/10/2010     5:00PM
                                                        Come and meet members of the Unified Communications Managed API team and discuss scenarios you               Albert
               Microsoft Unified Communications         would like to implement on the upcoming UCMA 3.0. This session walks through some of the code              Kooiman;
UNC10-INT
               Managed API 3.0: Sample Demo Fest        samples that will ship with the UCMA 3.0 SDK and explains how you can leverage those in your own           Stephane
                                                        projects.                                                                                                    Taine    6/10/2010     5:00PM




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                                                     Microsoft Exchange is a mission-critical infrastructure staple in organizations of all sizes. As an
                                                     application which demands high levels of the "-abilities" (availability, reliability, scalability, etc.) and
                                                     stringent resource demands, the sizing process is critical to ensuring a healthy production
                                                     environment. Sizing Exchange 2010, which introduces a new replication and resiliency model (DAGs), a
                                                     personal archive as well as dramatic I/O reductions, radically changes the approach to storage design.
                                                     Enhancements and new functionality hosted in the client access server, support for role consolidation
          Microsoft Exchange Server 2010: Sizing and on a single server and optimization for software + services models bring similar challenges when
 UNC301
           Performance - Get It Right the First Time designing servers. This session addresses sizing and performance tuning methodology, and a time-
                                                     tested approach for applying this methodology to your environment. The session covers key enabling
                                                     hardware advancements, such as x64 architectures, multi-core processors, SATA, SAS and SSD disk
                                                     technology, and how these technologies will play a key role moving forward with Exchange 2010.
                                                     Finally, the session provides rules of thumb, based jointly on HP characterization testing and HP /
                                                     Microsoft best practices, for sizing the key server roles and technologies associated with typical             Evan Morris;
                                                     Exchange 2010 deployments.                                                                                     Jeff Mealiffe   6/10/2010   5:00PM
                                                     Hyper-V, VMware, Virtual PC. There is no doubt that virtualization is here to stay. But like all new
                                                     technologies it’s not without risk. In the fast-paced deep-dive session, Andy Malone provides tips,
            Virtualization: Security Tales from the
VIR08-INT                                            tricks, and advice on how to secure this latest must-have technology. From nightmare stories to chill
                         Twilight Zone!
                                                     your blood and success stories to lift your soul, this is 75mins you simply cannot afford to miss. So if
                                                     you are planning a virtualization strategy, don’t hit the enter button until you’ve seen this session!
                                                                                                                                                                    Andy Malone 6/10/2010       5:00PM
                                                    This presentation covers the internals and subtle nuances of how backing up Hyper-V works in
                                                    Windows Server 2008 R2 in standalone as well as clustered environments that use clustered shared
             Hyper-V Backup Deep Dive: A Look Under
 VIR322                                             volume (CSV). Additionally, this presentation covers how one may build additional enterprise backup
                           the Hood
                                                    features like off-host backup and centralized backup server capabilities when Hyper-V and CSV are
                                                                                                                                                                    Soumya Das
                                                    clubbed with storage management features like LUN Resync/LUN Swap.
                                                                                                                                                                     Bhaumik        6/10/2010   5:00PM

                                                         Come hear Mark Russinovich, the master of Windows troubleshooting, walk you through step-by-step
                                                         how he has solved seemingly unsolvable system and application problems on Windows. With all new
                                                         real case studies, Mark shows how to apply the Microsoft Debugging Tools and his own Sysinternals
                The Case of the Unexplained, 2010:       tools, including Process Explorer and Process Monitor, to solve system crashes, process hangs, security
WCL315
              Troubleshooting with Mark Russinovich      vulnerabilities, DLL conflicts, permissions problems, registry misconfiguration, network hangs, and file
                                                         system issues. These tools are used on a daily basis by Microsoft Product Support and have been used
                                                         effectively to solve a wide variety of desktop and server issues, so being familiar with their operation
                                                         and application will assist you in dealing with different problems on Windows.                                Mark
                                                                                                                                                                    Russinovich     6/10/2010   5:00PM




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                                                  This demo-heavy session will illustrate how to use new features in Group Policy to do the following
                                                  customer demands:
         How to Save Money, Time, and Headaches - Check and compare settings across all domains
WCL323   with Group Policy in Windows 7 / Windows - Reduce complexity of your Group Policy environment
                      Server 2008 R2              - Manage power for Windows 7 clients
                                                  - Use new Windows 7- Group Policy enabled features, such as BitLocker                                    Kevin Sullivan;
                                                  - Create a baseline of compliance for new GPO's                                                            Mark Gray     6/10/2010   5:00PM
                                                  We start with a problem domain algorithm and demonstrate different solution domain approaches
                                                  building a series of sub-project solvers from serial implementation to parallel. Featured technologies
         Technical Computing from Domain Analysis
WSV325                                            and tools include Windows Server, the C++ Concurrency Runtime, Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Parallel
                  to Performance Profiling
                                                  Extensions, the Windows Performance Toolkit, the Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Parallel Performance
                                                                                                                                                               Phil
                                                  Analyzer.
                                                                                                                                                            Pennington    6/10/2010    5:00PM
                                                    Windows MultiPoint Server (WMS) is Microsoft's solution for low cost shared resource computing
                                                    scenarios in education. WMS can give schools the ability to provide more computing access to their
                                                    students at a lower total cost of ownership. WMS is a Windows product that enables multiple users to
          Windows MultiPoint Server: Microsoft's
                                                    simultaneously share a single computer, while each experiencing the benefits of Windows. User
WSV335    Shared Resource Computing Solution for
                                                    stations (monitor/keyboard/mouse) are directly connected to the host computer via off-the-shelf
                         Schools
                                                    components. WMS has been in market since Feb. 2010 and has been gaining momentum in schools
                                                    around the world. In this session, we will review why and how schools are using WMS, WMS product
                                                    features and technical requirements.
                                                                                                                                                            Dean Paron    6/10/2010    5:00PM




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