It’s 01:30AM, just in time to summarize the 1st day of Teched 2010.
Actually I have arrived rather late as I came here by car and as we like to say at CodeValue “We are enjoying the way to our goals” so we bide our time and stopped to observe the amazing scenery of southern Israel.
But driving wasn’t the only thing we did today.
I’m proud to present you Cloudoscope, our innovative product for the cloud.
CodeValue’s CTO Alon Fliess wrote a quick summary on it, go over it and than register to our beta partners program which will enable you to get early versions of our product and help us refine it’s future features and roadmap.
I will be happy to hear your questions and comments so feel free to contact me, via this post comment, blog contact, our my twitter (@arielbh).
Back to Teched, I’ve participated on the keynote, which included many of Microsofts Ranana best people on board showing us things as trivial the new messenger, new collaboration features in office and XNA programming which targets XBOX, Desktop and Mobile.
One Microsoft representative discussed future trends and again emphasized on Gartner report which states that on the following years 80% of the top 1000 companies in the world will find themselves on the cloud. It is a very promising and fertile land for our products on the cloud, I believe we at CodeValue are on the right track. I’ll disregard the Music parts of the keynote and even the Kinect show off. Both were irrelevant. Nobody mentioned the fact the both XBOX and Kinect are unavailable to purchase from Microsoft Israel (but this is an old promise unfulfilled). I was rather disappointed not to see any developers tools: where is WebMatrix, where is SwitchLightl, where is HTML5? Where is Silverlight? The Keynote failed to mention most initiatives made by Microsoft Redmond. Bassicly Teched does take IT higher, but what about developers?
Soon after the keynote, all attendees when to another hanger and met Microsoft Partners and heard their offerings. I was able to talk to many of you, explaining you about Cloudoscope, or just catching up with old friends.
A few of us found ourselves finishing the evening gulping beer on a local bar. Anyway I turned this around I had a lot of fun and I felt myself surrounded by friends (Mainly because of my CodeValue peers, Uri Goldstien, Uri Lavie and Vlad).
Tomorrow I will be getting my self on few of the sessions (mainly cloud), also hoping to get some interviews for our CodeRadio podcast. hmm, maybe eat something so I won’t die out of hunger.