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 Tuesday, 30 October 2007

With only a few days to the kick-off of the TechEd Developers conference in Barcelona I have been doing some preparation in order to try and get the most out of the days there as possible.

Below is a list of some of the (in my opinion) most exciting and interesting sessions. And I would really like to attend them all, however this is quite impossible because of overlaps in them. There is really nothing to do about that other than trying to prioritize between them.

SBP207

What is Next for the .NET Framework and Distributed Applications? 

ARC202

Agile Development with Team System 

WIN303

.NET Framework 3.5 End-to-End: Putting the Pieces Together - Part 2 

WEB305

"IronPython" and Dynamic Languages on .NET

LNC01

Why Software Sucks

DAT312

Programming SQL Server 2008 

TLA312

Microsoft Visual C# Under the Covers: An In-Depth Look at C# 3.0

ARC06-IS

Exploring Event Driven Architectures

DAT315

T-SQL Querying: Tips and Techniques

DAT201

Entity Framework Introduction

WEB401

Building Highly Scalable ASP.NET Web Sites by Exploiting Asynchronous Programming Models

TLA10-IS

Unit Testing Tips and Techniques with Visual Studio 2008 and the .NET Framework

TLA304

Building Services with the Service Factory: Modeling Edition

LNC02

Communities? Can They Really Help My Business, My Day-to-Day Job, and My Career?

TLA326

LINQ to Entities – Use LINQ to access ADO.NET Entity Data Models

WEB02-IS

Top Ten ASP.NET Scaling Tips

TLA307

Improving Code Performance with Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Team Edition for Software Developers 

WEB308

Hidden Gems in ASP.NET 2.0

WEB01-IS

ASP.NET: Why, What, How and When?

TLA310

Manual and Dynamic Mocks with C# and Visual Studio Team System

WEB08-IS

Building Languages With The Dynamic Language Runtime

WEB310

WEB310   The Next Release of ASP.NET – Significant Features Available Soon… (really soon)

ARC401

Designing High Performance, Persistent Domain Models

TLA06-IS

LINQ to “X”, ADO.NET Entity Framework, DataSets & Co – What is it with all these Data Access Technologies?

WEB316

Understanding ASP.NET Internals

WEB201

Web Application Security

WEB306

Building Multi-Channel E-Commerce Solutions with Commerce Server 2007, ASP.NET, AJAX, Silverlight, WPF, SharePoint and BizTalk Server

TLA402

Hardcore Production Debugging of .NET Applications

TLA319

The Joins Concurrency Library (Cω in a Box)

TLA405

Parallel and Asynchronous Functional Programming on .NET with F#

WEB04-IS

ASP.NET Model View Controller (MVC)

WIN304

Framework Engineering: Architecting, Designing, and Developing Reusable Libraries

TLA09-IS

The Near Future of Programming is All About Concurrency – But What do Technologies such as F# and the Joins Library Mean for Developers?

WEB403

Securing your High-Risk ASP.NET Web Applications: A Case Study

My focus will primarily be on the Web Development track as this is most related to my daily work with eCommerce solutions and also extremely interesting to me. But also especially the Architecture track and the Tools & Languages track appeals to me. Here goes links to the complete list of Technical Tracks and Session Search Tool on the TechEd homepage.

My TechEd journey starts early on Sunday, starting out with a couple of hours in the train from Aarhus to Copenhagen Airport. I will arrive in Barcelona after a intermediate flight-stop in Zürich.

Ohh and by the way... please remember to keep an close eye to this blog during the days of TechEd as I plan to write a lot of posts from it!

Waou - I'm so exited :-)

Posted on Tuesday, 30 October 2007 21:52:54 (Romance Standard Time, UTC+01:00)
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