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by Sandy Arthur and Venkat Krishnamachari
This session will discuss the software and hardware certification of products designed for Windows Server 8. Come and learn the differences between client and server hardware certification requirements, tests and policies. The speakers will share the relevant details in these areas that are new, specific, optional (“If-Implemented”), or do not apply to devices and systems designed for Windows Server 8. Changes to the “Unclassified” hardware category for Windows Server 8 will also be highlighted. This session will conclude with a preview of technical requirements (draft) for Windows Server 8 software certification and the upcoming Beta of the self-test Server App Certification kit.
by Rudolph Balaz
Microsoft has improved the Windows Certification Program for Windows 8, in order to drive high quality graphics experiences. This session will help you plan and develop graphics drivers that are certified for Windows. You will learn about new certification requirements, key testing scenarios and measuring graphics driver performance with the Windows Hardware Certification Kit.
by Oscar Koenders
The Windows Logo program has undergone significant changes during Windows 8 to make it more beneficial for you and our partners. This session will provide an overview of the program’s key changes, and will describe the new unified experience for certifying hardware and apps across all Windows platforms.
by Craig Rowland
The Windows Hardware Certification Kit (formerly the Windows Logo Kit) has a completely new design that will shorten learning curves for new users, and make experienced users more productive. It also has, for the first time, a complete automation interface which enables partners to execute end-to-end testing via scripts. The kit has also been enhanced to be multi-function, multi-platform and multi-feature aware. This session will introduce the new user interface, object model and aspects of feature-based testing. It will also include walkthroughs of certification activities using both the direct user interface and automation interfaces.
by Dilesh Dhokia, Tim Campbell, Paul Reed, David Edfeldt and Jacob Johansen
This chalk talk provides the opportunity to have an in-depth discussion about the Windows Certification Program - centered on its policies, process, and tools. The format for this session will be an interactive discussion based on questions from the audience.
13th–16th September 2011