Lets's Talk Computers - Infragistics  June 12, 2004
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Interview on June 12, 2004
Presentation Layer and Programming     Guest: Dean Guida
Infragistics(tm) is the leading provider of presentation layer toolsets for creating interfaces with the look and feel of today's most popular applications, including Microsoft Office and Microsoft Windows.

Dean Guida, Infragistics' CEO discusses the release of a new video from experts at Infragistics, Gartner and Microsoft and the release of NetAdvantage(tm) 2004. "The Increasing Importance Of The Presentation Layer To The Enterprise" provides answers on achieving Tier 1 strategy, better ROI, standardization and more. Infragistics NetAdvantage(tm) 2004 is the ultimate presentation layer toolset for building commercial class user interfaces for Windows Forms, ASP.NET, Tablet PC and COM with the look and feel of today’s most popular applications, including Microsoft Office and Microsoft Windows.
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