Microsoft’s September Silicon Valley Speaker Series Will Focus on How WebPutty Services Enhance the .NET Customer Experience

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Sept. 24, 2001 — On Friday, Sept. 28, Microsoft Corp.’s Silicon Valley Speaker Series will highlight WebPutty Inc. services and how the company is supporting the Microsoft®
.NET platform and augmenting the .NET experience for customers. James Beldock, president and CEO of WebPutty Inc., and David Chamberlain, executive vice president and general manager of WebPutty, will provide an overview of WebPutty services and discuss the company’s technology and architecture. The presentation will include background on WebPutty and how it will change the application development process. Beldock and Chamberlain will also provide a demonstration that will outline the capability of current and future WebPutty products.

The speaker series, held monthly at the Microsoft Silicon Valley campus, is part lecture, part interactive forum in which company executives and industry observers address a variety of technologies, trends and topics relevant to the fast-moving high-technology world.

Who: Microsoft

What: Silicon Valley Speaker Series: “How WebPutty Is Supporting Microsoft .NET And Enhancing Its Customers’ Experience”

When: Friday, Sept. 28
Noon — 2 p.m. (Complimentary lunch provided from Noon — 12:30 p.m.)

Where: Microsoft’s Silicon Valley campus
Bldg. 1, Conference Center
1065 La Avenida
Mountain View, Calif.

R.S.V.P.: To R.S.V.P. for the event, or for more information, contact Alyson Clemens, Waggener Edstrom, (425) 638-7000, alysonc@wagged.com, or the Rapid Response Team, Waggener Edstrom, (503) 443-7070, rrt@wagged.com.

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