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2005-10-10 16:07

Computer Space will held in the Central Military Club (bul. "Tzar Osvoboditel" 7) and the Hungarian cultural institute (16 "Aksakov" str.). The award ceremony will be on 22nd October (Saturday) from 16h in the Military Club. Click 'More' to view the programme.

The seminars will held on 22nd October (Saturday) from 10h to 13h and on 23rd October (Sunday) from 11h to 18h in the Hungarian cultural institute. Topics of the seminars are:

Saturday, 22nd October, 10-13h.:
10:00. Web Development with ASP.NET 2.0
1. My first web stie with ASP.NET 2.0
Plamen Hristov, DPE manager, Microsoft Bulgaria
2. Work with data in ASP.NET 2.0
Vladimir Chalkov, Manager, Crossroad Ltd.
3. Professional user interface witj Master Pages, Themes and Site Navigation
Vladimir Chalkov, Manager, Crossroad Ltd.

12:30. Information objects in content management
Information Services Plc.

Sunday, 23rd October, 11-18h.:
11:00. PHP - the new begining
Introduction in the new technologies in PHP. Using Pear, RIXP, Servers for applications based on.
Lectors form PHP user group

12:00. Computer animation worldwide - Computer Space guests will be Platige Image from Poland and Braam Jordaan from South Africa.

13:45 Flash animation and design
Deyan Petkov (maquett.com, flashbg.org), Georgi Delchev (maquett.com, flashbg.org), Rostislav Hristov (asual.com, flashbg.org)

15:45 Architectural design and vizualizations
Nikolai Mihailov and Rusi Hristov

17:00. Game design and development
Haemimont Games and other game producers.



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