MSDN Webcast: Multi-Device Development Is Here (Level 200)
Event ID: 1032266504
Language(s): English.
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Audience(s): Pro Dev/Programmer.

Software designers have been urged to break applications into multiple tiers as in three-tier (UI, application logic and data) or n-tier development in order to reduce the coupling between major application sub-systems. Many application designers assume there will always be a single UI tier. Is this an outdated assumption since applications like Microsoft Outlook run on multiple devices such as desktops, Microsoft Windows Mobile-based PocketPCs, SmartPhones and Web browsers? What are the implications for designing multi-device applications? Can code be reused across devices? Martin Schray will share his experiences developing two applications that run on the desktop, PocketPC and SmartPhone using Web services.

Presenter: Martin Schray, Academic Developer Evangelist, Microsoft Corporation

Martin Schray is an Academic Developer Evangelist (ADE) working in higher education for Microsoft and he is a lecturer at DePaul University. He has over 16 years of IT, consulting and software industry experience in development, product and project management. Before joining Microsoft, Martin worked at three software and consulting startups. He holds a BS degree in Computer Science from Cleveland State University and an MBA from Cleveland State University. Martin has an ongoing interest in emerging Web services standards and mobile applications.

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