The Visual C# Team at PDC


The Visual C# Team and PDC

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PDC is next week, and a lot of C# team members will be there. This schedule outlines
our main activities during the week.

 

You’ll know that you’ve found a C# team member by the “C# Team Member” button that
they’re wearing. If you see one of us, feel free to approach us at any time – we’re
there to talk to you.

 

The Visual C# Team and PDC

 

PDC is next week, and a lot of C# team members will be there. This schedule outlines
our main activities during the week.

 

You’ll know that you’ve found a C# team member by the “C# Team Member” button that
they’re wearing. If you see one of us, feel free to approach us at any time – we’re
there to talk to you.

 

Visual C# PDC Schedule Overview

 

Tuesday

2:00PM – 3:15 PM   IDE Enhancements
for the C# Developer (515AB)

3:45PM – 5:00 PM   Language Enhancements
(150/151/152/153)

5:00PM – ??              Discuss
the two C# talks, or other topics (Tools Lounge)

5:15PM – 6:30 PM   Advanced Debugging
Techniques (408AB)

7:00PM – 9:00 PM   Ask the Experts

 

Wednesday


 

1:00PM – 2:00PM   Book signing, Scott
Wiltamuth & Anders Hejlsberg

                                 (Exhibition
hall book store)

3:00PM – 4:00PM    C# Developer
Lounge (Tools Lounge)


 

Thursday

 
1:45PM – 2:45PM  Panel: Future of .NET
Languages, Anders Hejlsberg

6:00 PM                   LA
.NET User Group Meeting,

                                Joe
Nalewabau, Shaykat Chaudhuri (not at the convention center)

 


Detailed Schedule


 

Tuesday

 

The Visual C# team will be presenting three talks at PDC, all of which are back to
back on Thursday (note to self – make sure we don’t do this next time).

 

Visual C# “Whidbey”: IDE Enhancements for the C# Developer

Tuesday 2:00 PM – 3:15 PM

Room: 515AB

 

Visual C# PUM Scott Wiltamuth (PUM = “manager of the whole Visual C# team”) and IDE
Program Manager Anson Horton will be showing off many of the new IDE features for
the C# programmer, including refactoring and data visualization.

 

Visual C# “Whidbey”: Language Enhancements

Tuesday 3:45PM – 5:00 PM

Room: 150/151/152/153

 

Anders Hejlsberg, distinguished
engineer
and lead architect for the C# compiler, will be presenting on the new
C# language enhancements, including generics, iterators, anonymous delegates, and
partial classes.

 

Discuss the two C# talks, or other topics

Tuesday 5:00 PM – ?

Room: Tools and Developers Lounge (Level 2 near room 309)

 

After Anders finishes his talk, the team will be available in the Tools and Developers
Lounge (which I’m told is out in the middle of one of the concourses) to answer questions
about C# or about either of the C# talks. Scott, Anson, and Anders will be available,
as will other C# team members.

 

Visual Studio “Whidbey”: Advanced Debugging Techniques

Tuesday 5:15PM – 6:30 PM

Room: 408AB

 

Visual C# Debugger Program Manager Habib Heydarian will show off the new features
of the Whidbey debugger.

 

Ask the Experts

Tuesday 7:00 – 9:00 PM

Room: Expo Hall? (I think – don’t quote me on that one)

 

The C# team will be out in force for Ask the Experts, as will the rest of the Microsoft
teams. If you have a hard problem to solve or a tough question to get answered, this
is a great place to spend some time.

 

Wednesday


 

1:00PM – 2:00PM   Book signing,
Scott Wiltamuth & Anders Hejlsberg

                                (Exhibition
hall book store)


 

Scott and Anders have recently finished “The
C# Programming Language
”, the C# specification in book form.

 

3:00PM – 4:00PM   C# Developer
Lounge (Tools Lounge)


 

The C# team will be hanging out in the tools lounge for this hour. Please stop by
with questions, or just to chat.


 

Thursday


 

1:45PM – 2:45PM  Panel: Future
of .NET Languages, Anders Hejlsberg


 

A panel discussion on where .NET languages are going.


 

6:00 PM                  LA
.NET User Group Meeting,

                                 Joe
Nalewabau, Shaykat Chaudhuri

 

Joe and Shaykat are Program Managers in the Visual C# team.