.NET Show from the PDC


style="FONT-SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: Arial">Great timing… They just posted the
.NET Show
from the PDC
the same day I am going to a postmortem on the PDC planning
process.  Watching it this morning
brought back the memories of the buzz of the PDC. Totally worth taking a look if
you went to the PDC or not.  One of
my favorite parts was getting to hear from some customers as well as MS
folks…  It is also fun to hear where
ChrisAn, Quentin, Pablo and I agree and where we don’t ;-)…


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style="FONT-SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: Arial">Blurb:


style="FONT-SIZE: 8pt; FONT-FAMILY: Verdana">In this episode of the .NET Show we
focus on how “Longhorn” was presented, and received, at the PDC. In our first
segment we talk with key players in the Longhorn project, Brad Abrams,
Chris Anderson, Quentin Clark, and Pablo Fernicola about
the main messages that they are hoping developers at the PDC understand about
Longhorn. We then switch the tables and talk with Richard Hale Shaw,
Simon Stewart, and Robb McLarty, a diverse set of attendees of the
PDC and hear straight from them what they think about Longhorn, and how it might
affect their development efforts moving forward.


 

Comments (2)

  1. It was great fun to be interviewed on The Knowledge Chamber by Robert Hess… It certainly brought back