So WPF is not dead, it is just sleeping?

By the way, when I refer to the Dead or Live status of WPF I am referring to the expansion and improvement of the product.  Not its useability. 

WinForms is still very useful, but it will not be improved anymore.  Hence I am calling it Dead.

It is looking like WPF is less sleeping and has actually died. (Or is really breathing shallow Smiley


As for the conference question, I was not assuming.  I was wondering.  I was guessing that may be a reason that it did not contain any WPF related topics.  It looks like that is not the case.