Internet Information Services 7.0 for ASP.Net Developers

Organiser
Scottish Developers
Date
Tue, 9 Dec 2008, 19:00 - 21:00 (Add to calendar) GMT
Venue
Glasgow Caledonian University , Glasgow, GB
Cost
Free

One of the biggest and best new features of Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista is Internet Information Server 7.0.  IIS 7.0 is the latest and most significant release of Microsoft's Web Server. With this release comes a new extensibility model which gives developers more options than ever before, more diagnostic tools with which developers can debug and locate issues. During the session Andrew will investigate the new architecture, look at extending, configuring and developing for IIS7, take a look at its management user interface, and introduce the debugging and diagnostic facilities within IIS7.
 
Speaker Bio
 
Andrew Westgarth is an MVP (Internet Information Services) and the Chairman and Regional Coordinator for VBUG in the North East of England.  He is a Web Developer for Canford Group PLC and is responsible for their B2B websites.  Andrew is very active in the UK Developer Community, attending and speaking at multiple events, supporting users and other User Groups.  In the past he has spoken at VBUG's National Two Day Conference; Developer Developer Developer Day 5 and local User Group meetings.   Andrew has experience in VB6/.NET; C#; ASP.NET; MCMS 2002 and Internet Information Services.  Andrew's current technical interests include IIS 7.0; ASP.NET AJAX Extensions, Windows Server 2008 and Virtual Earth.

Venue

This event will be held in room M126 of the George Moore Building at Glasgow Caledonian University. Doors open at 18:30 for a 19:00 start.

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