For developers and architects who build solutions on the Office platform (Office clients, servers, and services), the 2008 Office Developer Conference provides a public forum for learning the intricacies of Office System development, exchange ideas on how to continue innovating in this ever-changing space, and share best practices on how to craft the next generation of Office Business Applications. Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates will deliver a special keynote that is not to be missed.
When: February 10-13, 2008
Who: 2000 developers and architects who build solutions on the Office platform (Office clients, servers, and services)
The conference will cover everything in Microsoft Office system, including clients, servers and services, but business productivity applications don’t exist in isolation. More and more, we’re finding that people are using others parts of the technology stack and bringing together various technologies to make applications more compelling. So a great number of sessions will have topics involving Office application development in the context of leading-edge technologies such as VOIP, Silverlight, integration with third-party line of business applications, etc.
Sessions will be presented by Microsoft experts and MVPs, as well as other industry/technical experts.
The web site www.odc2008.com will have more information about the conference as it becomes available. Check back often or sign up to get notified!