Wow! MEDC is almost here. It hardly seems possible that in three short weeks, we’ll be in Las Vegas and I will be presenting the first of my two sessions.
In the past couple of months, I have written, reviewed, edited and rehearsed the slides, developed demos and attended the dry runs (dress rehearsals) for each of the sessions being presented by the .NET Compact Framework team. All that is left is (like my first music teacher used to say) to “practice, practice, practice”.
If you are going to be at MEDC, the Schedule Builder (session planner) is now available to attendees. I highly recommend checking out the sessions our team is presenting.
|Tuesday, May 1 11:30am||APP214 – What’s New in .NET Compact Framework v3.5||David Kline|
|Tuesday, May 1 1:45pm||ILL317 – Building an Application using Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Store and Forward Transports in the .NET Compact Framework||Anthony Wong|
|Tuesday, May 1 3:15pm||APP 325 – Using WCF to build Distributed Applications using Smart Devices||Mark Prentice and Sergey Kuryata|
|Tuesday, May 1 4:45pm||APP324 – Using LINQ with the .NET Compact Framework||Ilya Tumanov|
|Wednesday, May 2 11:30am||APP403 – Building High-Performance Apps Using the .NET Compact Framework||Ryan Chapman|
|Wednesday, May 2 3:45pm||APP206 – Panel Discussion with .NET Compact Framework Team, OpenNETCF Smart Device Framework Team and Other Industry Insiders||Richard Greenberg and Scott Holden|
|Wednesday, May 2 5:15pm||APP322 – New and Improved .NET Compact Framework Diagnostic Tools||Steven Pratschner|
|Thursday, May 3 8:30am||APP323 – Real World Testing of Managed Smart Device Applications||David Kline|
|Thursday, May 3 2:00pm||APP206 – Panel Discussion with .NET Compact Framework Team, OpenNETCF Smart Device Framework Team and Other Industry Insiders||Richard Greenberg and Scott Holden|
There are also some excellent Hands-On Labs that feature the .NET Compact Framework and the new features of version 3.5.
|HOL301 – Building an Application using Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Store and Forward Transports in the .NET Compact Framework|
|HOL302 – Improving Application Performance Step-by-Step featuring Diagnostic Tools in .NET Compact Framework 3.5|
|HOL305 – Incorporating COM Objects into Your .NET Compact Framework Application|
|HOL310 – Building a Device Client Application Consuming a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Service over HTTP and HTTPS|
|HOL312 – Exploring Compact LINQ|
|HOL313 – Tips, Tricks and Techniques for Debugging .NET Compact Framework Applications|
For a complete list of sessions and labs, please visit the MEDC 2007 site.
Hope to see you there!
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