Return from Tech Ed

Hello all,

 It's been two months since I last posted. I have been kept pretty busy during this time. I spoke at Tech Ed Australia, Tech Ed NZ, and Tech Ed South East Asia. When I got back, I got piles of email to get back to!

 I want to thank everyone who attended my session. It's been a real learning experience for me. Visiting each of the Tech Eds around the world has been most educational, speaking is only half of my duties there. The other half is getting to meet each and everyone of you. I find speaking with my customers one on one during "Ask the Expert" session and individually scheduled meetings were useful. I have taken all your feedback back to Redmond and continue to use it to drive requirements here. Thank you for taking your time to talk to me. I truly enjoyed meeting everyone. It's amazing the energy in technology we have out there! 🙂

Oh... and here is the deck I used:

Let me know if you have any questions!

Comments (2)

  1. Hello all, It's been two months since I last posted. I have been kept pretty busy during this time

  2. Vicente says:


    I have started prototyping a system that will allow me to generate an ADO.NET EF layer and a composite UI layer and bind the EF layer to the UI layer. I like the way Acropolis fits together but from all the posts I have read it seems as if no one is sure if Acropolis will even become a product eventually.

    If my project has a 12 month development plan, would it be safe to continue using Acropolis and change my system as Acropolis evolves or should I rather look at using the scsfcontrib WPF CAB.


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