The Windows Summit 2010 is for designed for people who engineer and test Windows 7 PCs, devices, and software. Three technical tracks are offered to show how to best use Windows 7 and Internet Explorer, helping you build great solutions and gain a competitive edge. registration is free at http://windowssummit.tri-digital.com/entry-survey.aspx
The summit has several tracks…
· Device track, led by Mark Relph, Senior Director, Windows Developer and PC Ecosystem team. Discover the rich customization features in Windows 7 that enable partners to create a custom user experience for the PC or device. Targeted at software and device firmware engineers, this track will provide you with the direction and technical information to unlock the power of Windows 7 to create a great device experience.
· System track, led by Brad Brooks, Corporate Vice President, Windows Consumer Marketing and Product Management. Understand the features of Windows 7 that you can leverage to create and deliver the best system possible. You’ll see how implementing a few fundamental techniques can dramatically improve overall system quality and key user experiences.
· Software track, led by Dean Hachamovitch, General Manager, Internet Explorer Team. The Windows 7 platform makes it easy for developers to create engaging, user-friendly applications by providing familiar tools and rich development features that allow them to take advantage of the latest PC capabilities. The sessions in this track will guide you through the key developer advances in fundamentals, richer application experiences, and the best of Windows and the Web.
· Extended Device track. On June 30th the Device track was extended with a new set of Windows Summit 2010 technical sessions and virtual workshops. The workshops focus on Device Stage for all types of devices, and cover a new tool that simplifies implementation of Device Stage for your products.
and of course you can follow the summit on twitter at https://twitter.com/WinSummit2010