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10:30 Observations
         There is a huge diversity of devices
         Change of seasons…Computing used to be about My Computer
         Now digital life spans multiple devices –>My Mesh
         Data is everywhere, in the cloud, on devices
         Data is shared
         Applications now Span Devices
         They are now more social
10:34 Challenges of today’s applications
         Composing data across cloud services and devices is complex
         Creating an ‘uber’ schema…relating information across disparate applications
         Making data AVAILABLE everywhere
         Keeping it synchronized
         Writing communication code that can span these devices
         Dealing with async updates and managing state
         Different programming models
         Resource management across the different devices.
10:39 An approach Live Operating Environment
         Composition Engine
         Schema in the Cloud
         Takes care of the plumbing
         In the cloud and on all devices
         Unified Programming Model
10:40 10k foot view of framework
10:41 Demo…it’s all http!
         No one wants to make all the models the same, just a unified way of using them.
         Using HttpRequest to interact with Live Mesh (as demoed at Don/Chris keynote yesterday.
         More benefits using the Live Operating Environment
10:48 Live Mesh supports Always online and Occasionally connected scenarios
         Talking to the Live Operating Environment handles both scenarios seamlessly.
10:51 Demo same code talking to Live Operating Environment
         Can request from the environment whether you are currently connected
10:53 Inside the Live Operating Environment
         Is host independent
         Service proxies – provide abstraction layer between LOE and service providers
         Pluggable Synchronization Engines
         Scheduler
10:56 Services Provided by the Framework
         Script Engine
         Formatters
         Resource Management
         Filesystem Management
         P2P Communication
         HTTP Communication
         App Engine
         Throttling
         Analytics
         Authorization/Authentication
         Notifications
         Device Management
10:58 Programming model layered over it all
         Resources & Relationships
         Resource Ext
         Naming and Addressing
         Wire Formats
         CRUD
         URI-LINQ etc.
11:00 Everything is a Resource
         They are addressable by standard URI methods
         All HTTP Methods are Supported
11:01 Resource Scripts
         DSL for AtomPub and FeedSync
         Grammar includes statements for CRUD, sync, control flow and data binding
         Powerful batching model
         Pre/Post triggers associated with resources
         Programs serialized in JSON and POX
         Native XAML and DLR bindings coming up
11:03 Control Flow
         Sequence…statements executed in order
         Interleave…parallel operations
         Conditionals
         Looping
         Assignment
11:05 Authoring Scripts
         Build statement DOM
         Compile it
         Execute
         Can store named scripts for later execution
11:06 Resource Script Demo
         Script select random images from flickr create a live mesh folder and store the images in the folder
         Programming resource script very similar to programming CodeDOM
         Compile the script, gives multiple output formats (JSON, POX)
         Because it’s a DOM based language…almost any modeling tool can be used to create a Resource Script
         Loaded Resource Script in python sent the request over http and was able to run as is without any special conversion.
11:19 Data Extensibility Demo
         People want the ability to take their data where ever they want.
         Need to decide what data is a competitive advantage for your app vs. what’s useful to make available to other apps
         Think of Geographic Location with Mesh enabled car
         Data definition done using attributes DataContract
         Stored geolocation and retrieved using mesh.
         Viewing information using Live Framework Resource Browser.
         Viewing data in XML Format
         Viewing data in JSON format
11:35 Tips n’ tricks
          Blow away local store to start fresh
         Metadata Store in SQLCE
         RMB helps debug client/app problems
         Monitor size of Assembler vs MR directory is lightweight way to measure progress of synch
         Collecting logs will help you send issues. Mesh team looks at all logs!        

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