For those that missed MEDC or got overwhelmed by all the interesting sessions happening simultaneously, I'll be presenting "New Managed Messaging, State, and Notification APIs in Windows Mobile 5.0" in the form of a MSDN Webcast later this week. The official page where you can get details and register is here.
For those reading this during my webcast, you're probably here because I just suggested downloading a copy of our class diagram to follow along with. Click the thumbnail to get the whole thing:
Just between you and me (and by "you" I mean the people reading this before the webcast... otherwise, you're probably missing out on something really cool right now), I'm actually more nervous about this presentation than any of the actual MEDC events. I've never done a webcast before so this will be an interesting experience. I'm excited about being able to have notes scattered across my desk to ensure I don't forget anything... but I'm not so excited about being tethered to my desk and holding a phone up to my head for over an hour. The most stressful part though is that won't be able to look out at people, realize that I'm not making any sense to them, and then tweak my style on the fly. Any tips from someone who's done this sort of thing before?