We're in the final lap of our MEDC 2005 preparations. My slides are finished, the demos are ready to go and it's time to rehearse, rehearse, rehearse the session.
I'm very much looking forward to getting down to Las Vegas and sharing some strategies for debugging .NET Compact Framework applications. I'll also be on hand at Tuesday (5/10) evening's "Ask the Experts" reception to meet and answer your questions.
Mark Ihimoyan and I will be presenting the "Debugging .NET Compact Framework Applications" session on Thursday (5/12) afternoon and hope to see many of you at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center. For those interested in pre-planning a session agenda, the MEDC 2005 session list is now searchable by timeslot.
While you're there, be sure to catch:
- Richard Greenberg - "A Platform on the Move: The .NET Compact Framework"
- Scott Holden - "Memory Architecture in the .NET Compact Framework"
- Roman Batoukov - "Developing High Performance Applications with the .NET Compact Framework"
Also, be sure not to miss the "Building Mobile Applications" panel discussion, featuring the .NET Compact Framework's Group Manager, Mike Zintel.
And speaking of Roman and high performance applications... check out his .NET Compact Framework version 2.0 Performance and Working Set FAQ (posted to the .NET Compact Framework Team weblog).
I'm hoping to be able to post throughout the week and share some of the excitement surrounding this year's MEDC.
Take care, and see you in Las Vegas!
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