TechEd Developer 2008

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The spring conference season keeps on chugging along. The MVP Summit and DevTeach just finished and TechEd is just around the corner.


It will be interesting to see what effect splitting the conference into a developer week and an IT Pro week will have. I’ve been spending a lot of time with SharePoint lately and that’s a topic that has firm roots on both sides. I’m sure there are many other disciplines (SQL Server and VSTS come to mind) that are in the same boat.


This year I’ll be taking it easier on the “networking” than I have in the past. I’m moderating a Birds-of-a-Feather (BoF) session and co-presenting an early-morning TLC talk and want to do so with a clear head. I’ll also still be in the process of upgrading ObjectSharp’s ASP.NET course from 2.0 to 3.5 which will be delivered for the first time the week following the conference.


I went through the session builder earlier and there are a ton of things I want to see. I had two or three (sometimes even more) sessions per time slot that I wanted to see. This morning I deleted all those and later this weekend I’m going to go through and pick the sessions that I absolutely don’t want to miss (my sessions for example) and put those in Outlook. Everything else will be done spur of the moment at the conference.


For those of you who are attending the conference for the first time, you might want to check out my Guide to Attending TechEd or PDC.


I’ll be Twittering (http://twitter.com/rob_windsor) and hopefully blogging from the conference. If you’re there feel free to look me up or better yet drop by one of my sessions.


WIN07-TLC Strategies for Moving Microsoft Visual Basic 6 Applications to Microsoft .NET
Wednesday, June 4 8:30 AM – 9:45 AM
Blue Theatre 1


BOF806 Strategies for Moving Your Microsoft Visual Basic 6 Investments to .NET
Thursday, June 5 1:00 PM – 2:15 PM
S330 E


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