Tuesday, October 23, 2007
The Microsoft Developer's Network is offering a free webcast entitled "Build Rich User Experiences with Virtual Earth 6.0" on November 7th, 2007 at 2pm EST. Interested parties can register online.
Per the event description:
"The Microsoft Virtual Earth 6.0 platform is an integrated set of services providing quality geospatial data, rich imagery, cutting-edge technology, and dependable performance that helps organizations visualize data and provide immersive user experiences. With ongoing investments in innovation driven by customer feedback, the Virtual Earth platform continues to offer new map detail and imagery, feature enhancements, and robust platform capabilities. In this latest release, the Virtual Earth platform includes expanded accuracy, new tools, and enhanced infrastructure to empower organizations to build user connections to visualize data.
Microsoft Virtual Earth is an integrated set of Web-based services that enables developers to provide unique views of data and develop dynamic online experiences through maps and rich geospatial imagery. Best-of-breed development experience including powerful controls, easy-to-use tools, and interactive software development kits (SDKs) ensure that developers can build rich end-user experiences with customized content layers and map controls. Developers can also rely on the enterprise-level support that they have come to expect from Microsoft including the Interactive SDK, the Microsoft Developer Network, and an SLA that guarantees 99.9% uptime."