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Windows SIG: Architecture and Strategies for Developing .NET Controls

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  • The Monthly Meeting of the Windows SIG


     

    Presentation Overview

    Architecture and Strategies for Developing .NET Controls

    Along with the inherent goal of .NET Controls being reusable they can also be designed to be rendered on disparate or different graphics devices such as printers, client areas of other controls, and bitmaps. That is, the same code for a Control developed for one graphics device can be used on other graphics devices without any code changes.

    Architectural considerations and strategies for development of such controls will be the focus of the presentation. Complex and interactive GUI controls will be demonstrated to illustrate the principles and example C# code will show implementation approaches.


     

    About the Presenter

    Dr. Pete Smietana

    Dr. Pete Smietana has designed, developed and managed the development of database centric data systems for disparate types of applications in the field of Biotechnology and Bioinformatics for over 20 years. The applications have been developed for Microsoft Windows Operating systems since Version 1.0 and he has taught many Windows software development courses through U.C. Berkeley Extension.

    Most recently he has started a Bioinformatics software development company, called BioXing, which develops products (systems and components) and provides development services through contracts for biotechnology companies. BioXing has developed database centric and interactive GUI .NET WinForm and WebForm applications using C# since .NET was introduced.


     

    Event Logistics

    Location

    Cubberly Community Center
    4000 Middlefield Road, Room H-1
    Palo Alto, CA 941052

     

    Agenda

    6:30 - 7:00 Informal Q&A with Pizza
    7:00 - 7:15 Announcements
    7:15 - 9:00 Presentations
     

    Price

    $15 at the door for non-SDForum members
    No charge for SDForum members
    No registration required

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