Upcoming IE9 webcast series starting 9/20

Join us for this upcoming, free MSDN Internet Explorer 9 webcast series. From HTML5 to building web apps, Pete LePage from the product team will cover it all.

MSDN Webcast Schedule (Pacific Time):

9/20, 12 PM: A Lap Around HTML5 and Internet Explorer 9 for Developers
HTML5 is at the center of the Windows Internet Explorer 9 browser. Internet Explorer 9 has extensive support for web standards like HTML5, CSS3, Canvas, SVG, and more, giving developers a new set of interoperable capabilities to help usher in the next wave of innovation across the web. In this webcast, we look at what HTML5 means to you today, and how you can use the power of HTML5 to write applications that feel fast, rich, and native.

10/18, 12 PM: Best Practices for Building Fast Web Applications
Building high-performance web applications isn't just about how fast your JavaScript runs, but is dependent on all of the browser's subsystems. Attend this webcast to learn about some of the common pitfalls we've learned in JavaScript, CSS, HTML, and HTTP requests that could drastically improve the performance of your web applications. While the webcast focuses on using Windows Internet Explorer as the tool for building fast web applications, these lessons apply to all browsers.

11/15, 12 PM: Using Pinned Sites in Internet Explorer 9 on Windows 7
Discover how web navigation is easier in the Windows Internet Explorer 9 browser with features that are seamlessly integrated with the Windows 7 operating system. Attend this webcast to learn how you can use the Pinned Sites feature to access your favorite websites directly from the Windows taskbar without having to first open your browser. With Pinned Sites, your standards-compliant web application is at the center of the user experience. After this webcast, you should know how to turn your application into a pinned site and how you can use simple JavaScript to enhance the experience for your customers.

12/13, 12 PM: Best Practices for Building Cross-Browser Web Applications
Creating complex sites that work well across browsers is a constant challenge for developers. What's the best way to determine when it is safe to use features? What are the problems with browser detection versus feature detection? Can you just assume that a browser will never fix a particular bug? Attend this webcast to see how the Windows Internet Explorer 9 browser makes it easier to create web sites using interoperable HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. While the webcast focuses on Internet Explorer, these lessons apply to all browsers, and we show you the best practices you can use to target a broad range of browsers.

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