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Chicago Access Users Group meets Apr. 27: Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Office

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What: CAUG Meeting - Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Office
When: Thursday, April 27, 2006, 6PM
Who: Jacob Cynamon, Microsoft
Where: The Information Management Group
200 W. Monroe St. Suite 900
Chicago, IL 60606
(312) 222-9400
Location: www.imginc.com/IMG/About+IMG/chicago.htm

[RSVP REQUIRED: email in**@caug.com and add "ATTENDING" to the subject
line. Must RSVP by 10 AM the day of the meeting to be recognized.]

Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Office
by Jacob Cynamon
================================================== ==================
Microsoft Office is more than a killer productivity suite. Pair it with
development tools and it's a full-fledged SmartClient platform. This
session provides a great introduction to Visual Studio 2005 Tools for
Office, where you'll see how code and the object model are more tightly
integrated between Visual Studio and Office documents than ever before.
We'll explore the wide variety of solution techniques, including data
binding, using the actions pane, and writing managed add-ins for
Outlook. Plus you'll see great new features such as data caching and
server-side access to data in documents.

Session Overview:
* How code and the object model are tightly integrated between Visual
Studio and Office documents
* Solution techniques including data binding, the actions pane and
managed add-ins for Outlook
* New features such as data caching and server-side access to data in
documents

FREE Not For Resale copy of VSTO 2005 for Office to be raffled off
after the presentation!

About Jacob Cynamon
Got a puzzle, problem or project that's testing your nerves? Bring it
on, says Jacob, who loves collaborating with customers and fellow
developers to solve even the most teeth-grinding challenges. Jacob
joined Microsoft in 2003 as a Developer Evangelist in the Industry
Solutions group and became a DCC shortly thereafter. Jacob is a
self-proclaimed C# developer, but dabbles in other languages, from VB
..NET and C++ to the more esoteric tongues, including Scheme and Pascal.
His favorite development project? Working with a coding team to
develop a wedding photographer robot, which ultimately became part of
the Emerging Technology event at SIGGRAPH 2002. In his downtime, Jacob
co-produced a film short that was aired at the 2003 St. Louis
Filmmakers Showcase and earned him recognition on the (somewhat)
exclusive IMDB.com.

Apr 21 '06 #1
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