I’m going to be at TechEd 2008 Developers next week, in Sunny old Florida (sunny and very humid). There are two sessions that I’m presenting, and a bunch of embedded sessions where I will be “lurking” to answer questions.
The two sessions are:
Wednesday June 4th, 10:15am, Room S230G
Become a Windows Embedded CE Developer in 60 Minutes
This session is a fast paced run through of the WinCE operating system history, architectural changes across versions, differences between WinCE and Desktop, real-time architecture, and development tools – we will also take a look at the development process, examine kernel source, build an operating system live on stage (without a safety net!), and do some kernel debugging – all in 60 of your earth minutes!!
Thursday June 5th, 12:00, Room S220A
A Conversation with Windows Embedded Software Architect and Blogger (me!)
This session gives you the ability to bring any of your questions about .NET Micro Framework, Windows Embedded CE, Windows XP Embedded, Windows Embedded for Point of Service, operating system development, architecture, tools, and of course requests for new features – the session will be structured around the questions you have rather than being a typical powerpoint driven session.
Here’s the slides I’ve put together for the session so far…
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If you don’t bring questions then I may have to resort to 45 minutes of cool embedded demos!
The last time I worked at TechEd Orlando was 2005, I presented sessions and also ran around with some of the Microsoft Studios team recording Video Podcasts – the Orlando conference center is HUGE, so we ended up hiring Segways to get around for the week (see video here) much fun!!
Hope to see you at TechEd Developers!