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jQuery, Cloud Computing, Sharepoint 2010 sessions at MUGH Meet

Microsoft User Group, Hyderabad (MUGH) was formed in 2003. It has members from many of the 100+ software companies in Hyderabad. Since being at the very first UG meeting, I've made many friends over the last 7 years at these meets.

For long, I've been a member of the audience but last Saturday on May 15th, I delivered a session on jQuery. I had a kind & patient audience who sat attentively for more than an hour while I went on with all the jQuery tips, tricks and trivia that I've picked up during the past year. I also showed some simple code samples & explained about Plugins.

Accomplished MVP & author, Arun Ganesh presented an engaging session on Cloud Computing with Azure. It included a demo on Visual Studio 2010 & Windows 7.

Phani of Brainscale showed what's new with SharePoint 2010 from a developer's perspective. He made an interesting observation that SharePoint 2010 works best with the 32-bit version of Office 2010, because quite a few features of Sharepoint don’t work with 64-bit version of Office 2010.  This Technet article has more on browser support -

Some of the features in SharePoint Server 2010 use ActiveX controls. In secure environments, these controls must be able to work on the client computer before their features will function. Some ActiveX controls, such as those included in Microsoft Office 2010, do not work with 64-bit browser versions.

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