The PDC Is Over; Here Comes the SDP
A few hours ago the Microsoft Professional Developers Conference 2009 was adjourned. What a conference it was! Lots of interesting sessions, our own Ariel Ben Horesh presenting together with Glenn Block, the free Acer multitouch tablet, lots of great food – an amazing week at the session halls, the Sela booth at the Partner Expo, and in Los Angeles in general.
Now that the PDC is over, it’s time to start preparing for the SDP – Sela Developer Practice. We’re going to bring the information back to Israel so that Israeli developers can learn about all the latest advances in Silverlight, Visual Studio 2010, concurrency, garbage collection and other topics.
At the SDP, Eran Stiller and I are going to talk about Parallel Programming with Visual Studio 2010 and about WCF 4.0, WF 4.0 and Workflow Services.
Here’s a list of my blog posts summarizing the sessions I attended (excluding the keynotes) along with brief highlights:
So again, it was a great PDC. If you were there, I’d love to hear what you think, and if you’re going to attend the SDP, come forward and say hi!