It’s time for me to return to my roots. After nearly a year away from my home country, I’m heading over to Europe next week for a series of customer visits and early adopter training sessions in the UK and Germany. Although I love every aspect of living in the Pacific Northwest and working in Redmond, I’m greatly looking forward to some time catching up with family and old friends.
Whilst I’m there, I’ve been offered an opportunity that was to good to miss: a chance to speak at an MSDN Evening event at Microsoft’s UK campus in Reading. These events used to be an almost weekly occurrence when I worked for Microsoft UK, and I really miss the regular opportunities to connect with so many colleagues in the developer community. Naturally, my topic for the evening will be Windows Presentation Foundation: I’m trying to figure out how many demos and code samples I can squeeze into one presentation, and how few slides I can get away with.
So if you’re in the Greater London / home counties area on Wednesday 15th February, I’d like to invite you to come along and see one of the coolest technologies around for web and Windows development. Registration is completely free, and there are 120 seats available on a first-come, first-served basis. Further details are here, and you can register here.
Hope to see you there!