PDC Session Preference Survey Live


If you are one of the many folks that have already registered for the PDC please take the time to complete the Session Preference Survey.  Internally we take this data very seriously to put talks in smaller (or bigger) rooms and in some cases even cut talks that very few people want to see to make room for other content..   


 


You get 15 votes (that is the max number of sessions you can attend, that is if you don’t use the Blink rule)… so don’t spend them all on the first track.. save some votes for that kick-butt Tools and Languages track I helped put together 😉


 


Maybe the track owners should have a little contest on the highest average session score… Do you think I have a chance?  


 


Tools and Languages Track


Architecting Distributed Applications with Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Software Architects and Future Directions in Modeling Tools  ASP.NET: A Sneak Peek at Future Directions in Web Development and Designer Tools


Avalon: Adding Rich Design-Time Support to Your Custom Avalon Controls


C#: Future Directions in Language Innovation from Anders Hejlsberg


C++: Future Directions in Language Innovation


CLR: Writing a Managed Script Compiler in One Hour


Future Directions for Building Avalon Interfaces


Monad: Advanced Command Line Scripting


MSBuild: Architecting a Customized Build System


The .NET Language Integrated Query Framework: An Overview


Visual Basic: Future Directions in Language Innovation from Paul Vick


Visual Basic: Under the Hood on Extending the ‘My’ Namespace


Visual Studio: Extending Visual Studio with Add-Ins and Packages


VSTS: Behind the Scenes of Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server


VSTS: Building More Reliable and Better Performing Web Applications with Visual Studio 2005 Team System


Windows Mobile: Development for Devices with Visual Studio 2005


 


Comments (4)

  1. Ian Ceicys says:

    The preconference Session scheduler is currently not working. It doesn’t let me put my pre-cons into my schedule. I thought maybe it was just for today, but it also doesn’t work for tomorrow.

    Hmmm…. Thank goodness for Outlook. 😉