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WINTELLECT’S JUSTIN SMITH TO SPEAK AT
VISUAL STUDIO 2005 LAUNCH IN ATLANTA
Knoxville, TN-October 4, 2005- Wintellect, a training, consulting, and debugging firm specializing in Microsoft .NET technologies, today announced Justin Smith will speak at the Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 launch in Atlanta November 29, 2005.
“Very few non-Microsoft presenters have been asked to speak at the official launch events around the world,” says Lewis Frazer III, Wintellect’s president and CEO. “Atlanta is one of 15 official launch cities in the U.S. and we are pleased Justin has been asked to present.”
“We are pleased to have Justin present at the Visual Studio 2005 launch in Atlanta,” says Doug Turnure, Microsoft Developer Evangelist for the Greater Southeast District. “His knowledge and aptitude as a speaker are a perfect complement to the outstanding lineup of presenters at the milestone event.”
Smith is conducting a session entitled Design and Development Tools for Building Mission-Critical Applications. During the presentation he will discuss SQL Server 2005, BizTalk Server 2006, and the .NET Framework 2.0 and how they offer a compelling platform for building mission-critical service-oriented applications. This session introduces the features of Visual Studio 2005 that enable developers and development teams to build high-performance, secure, and reliable solutions using innovative designers, advanced code profiling and analysis tools, and an enterprise-ready platform. Among the highlights: how to use Visual Studio 2005 to incorporate SQL Server 2005, BizTalk Server 2006, and other operations infrastructure early in the design process.
The event will be held November 29 at the Cobb Galleria Centra, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. eastern time. The event will be keynoted by a Microsoft executive and is recommended for developers, IT Professionals, and business decision makers. More information about the Visual Studio 2005 launch can be found at Microsoft.com/events/.