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    <p>On <strong>March 21, 2007 from 9a-5p ET (GMT -0500)</strong>, there will be a <strong>*FREE* online virtual conference </strong>on SharePoint v3/2007. This *FREE* 1-day conference is comprised of sessions for developers, IT professionals, and end users. I'll be presenting along with fellow SharePoint MVP's <a href="http://daniellarson.spaces.live.com/blog/">Daniel Larson</a> (the man when it comes to marrying up AJAX &amp; SharePoint) and <a href="http://www.sharesquared.com/blogs/bobmixon/default.aspx">Bob Mixon</a>. My session is on Web Parts in WSS v3 @ 2:45p:</p>
    <p style="MARGIN-LEFT: 25px"><strong>Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) v3 Web Part Development</strong>
    Web Parts provide the foundation for customization and personalization. Depending on the site configuration, users can easily personalize or customize pages in a Windows SharePoint Services site by adding, reconfiguring, and removing Web Parts. The next step in an evolving site or portal solution is to integrate it with existing production systems and provide a means to view information in ways that makes sense to your specific users. Custom Web Part development in WSS v3 is different than what you dealt with in earlier versions. In this session, designed for developers, you will learn how to develop and deploy a custom Web Part for use in WSS v3.</p>
    <p>&raquo; <a href="http://events.unisfair.com/index.jsp?eid=164&amp;seid=201">SharePoint Pro Live - Agenda &amp; Registration</a></p>
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    <p><font color="#ff0000">[<strong>Updated 3/1/2007</strong>] Registration URL updated to the correct URL.</font></p>
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