I think all Niners should keep an eye on the keynote...
I've seen some of the demos and I think you guys will really like them...
Looks like the horn image is missing the /C9/ from the path.
same with the
Well, it looks like the session 'Silverlight Session Placeholder' by Joe Stegman has disappeared from the list, or is it just my eyesight?
I can only find these 'placeholders' in the list now:
Migrating and Building Apps for Windows Azure by Mohit Srivastava
In this session you will learn how to run your existing applications on Windows Azure using some of the new features that we’ll announce during the keynote.
Lessons Learned from Moving a Major Microsoft Application to the Cloud
This will be a fascinating session about moving a major Microsoft application to the cloud, but we can’t disclose any details until after PDC keynotes. Check this abstract after PDC keynote for additional details about this session.
Enabling New Scenarios and Applications with Data in the Cloud by Dave Campbell
The cloud enables new scenarios for sharing and consuming data. In this session you will learn how to differentiate your applications by building them on top of Windows Azure platform and leveraging visualization and access to private, public and premium content available through Microsoft Codename “Dallas”. You will also learn how to use some of the new services and features announced at the PDC.
Hey, maybe that new colour NOOK will run Silverlight? How cool would that be? (OK Unlikely, but lets keep the ideas coming ...)
* Don’t miss the keynote, especially Bob Muglia. We’re making some key announcements, and you’ll get a chance to see an application I’ve spent a significant amount of time working on.
* Two weeks ago I recorded a session for PDC that will not get published until after the keynote tomorrow. Watch for it.
* Don’t miss the following sessions:
o Composing Applications with AppFabric Services, Karandeep Anand
o Connecting Cloud & On-Premises Apps with the Windows Azure Platform, Yousef Khalidi
o Identity & Access Control in the Cloud, Vittorio Bertocci
o Building High Performance Web Applications with the Windows Azure Platform, Matthew Kerner
At this conference we have two sync sessions including one additional one by myself that will be added to the session list after the keynote announcements .
Along with the listed sessions for SQL Azure there are a few sessions about our new announcements that are not currently listed. Stay tuned on this blog (we have an RSS feed) and our twitter account (@sqlazure) for the times, and places for those sessions.
currently there are many speakers appear in the PDC Speakers list but with no sessions assigned to, most of them are related to the Windows Azure/SQL Azure/Dallas projects.
OK, here we go:
Microsoft Sync Framework 4.0 October 2010 CTP
The Microsoft Sync Framework 4.0 October 2010 CTP is built on top of Sync Framework 2.1. It defines Odata + Sync, a sync protocol that makes it easy to build offline applications on any client platform capable of caching data. The CTP enables synchronization of data stored in Sql Server/Sql Azure over an open standard network format by a remote synchronization service handling all sync specific computations. Moving all synchronization logic off the client enables clients, which do not have the Sync Framework runtime installed, to cache data and participate in a synchronization topology. Earlier versions of Sync Framework required Windows systems with Sync Framework runtime installed on them as clients. This CTP allows other Microsoft platforms such as Silverlight, Windows Phone 7, and Windows Mobile and non-Microsoft platforms such as HTML5, iPhone, Android and other devices with no Sync Framework runtime installed on them as clients.
Windows Azure Marketplace DataMarket Add-in for Excel (CTP1)
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 - PowerPivot for Microsoft Excel 2010 - RTM
Note:Windows Azure Marketplace DataMarket is one stop shop for, trusted premium and public domain data. The DataMarket section brings data, imagery and real-time services from leading commercial data providers and authoritative public data sources.
Well, they are using the name 'Windows Azure Maketplace DataMarket', instead of 'Codename Dallas', does this mean Dallas will enter beta and get a name ?
there are also updated version of WCF Data Services/WCF RIA Services/AppFabric SDK etc.