Monday, November 29, 2010
My journey to TechEd began with a flight at 12:30 from Natbag, courtesy of Microsoft (thanks again Michal). Unfortunately, since my flight was at 12:30 (and actually left at 13:00), I had no chance of make it in time to the first session, “Developers Tools and Technologies Keynote” by Jason Zander. This was especially annoying since the entire session revolved around a project I’ve been personally working on for the last few months, named FlashCards.Show. In FlashCards.Show I’ve ported a WPF reference application to both a Silverlight web application and a Windows Phone application. ...
Sunday, November 14, 2010
In a few hours your last chance to register TechEd Israel 2010 will fade away. For those who don’t know, TechEd is the conference for presenting Microsoft’s latest IT technologies to IT personnel, managers and of course, developers. If you’re coming to TechEd, make sure you check-out the following sessions presented by SELA’s experts: XNA Game Studio 4.0 by Alex Golesh What You Need to Know about Migrating from Internet Explorer 6 to Internet Explorer 8 by Amit Marlov WPF & Silverlight...
Saturday, November 6, 2010
The virtual ink has not yet dried on my PDC 2010 summary and I’ve just been informed that I was chosen to be a guest of Microsoft in TechEd Israel 2010. Thanks, Microsoft, I really appreciate it!
If you’re coming to TechEd and want advice on WPF, Windows 7, Silverlight or Windows Phone 7 feel free to stop by for a chat.
And make sure you follow my blog for some TechEd development related updates.
That’s it for now, Arik Poznanski.