Someone moved my cheese so I have decided to not like this change. :@
I don't really mind or care about a change to TechEd, but if this means that the separate SharePoint conference will disappear then that would be a great shame. That conference by itself pulls in well over 10K attendees each year with a very large number of in depth SharePoint only tracks as well as exhibitors relevant to just that product.
Combining that with other technologies would be horrible for exhibitors as well as attendees. There are only so many tracks you can schedule at a time.
I am sure many things are still in the planning, so I am keeping my fingers crossed for good news, but based on what is said here I will probably end up disappointed.
I finally gave in after seeing all your Windows Phone 7 coverage and knocked up a quick PDF Converter / Viewer. I have posted a screenshot on my blog. Not sure yet where to take this application so comments and ideas are welcome.
"Workflow expressions are always in VB syntax"? Say it ain't so.
I know it is all still beta, but I noticed that the new VS interface is not very efficient with regards to the available screen estate. Big gaps between panes, valuable space that could be used to display code
Shame the focus of this video is more on testing workflows rather than building them.
Man, I am being negative today, it must be the weather.
Sorry for playing the Devil's Advocate here, but is there any reason why WPF/E should be used when a perfectly mature and viable alternative (read Macromedia / Adobe Flash) has been available for years?
Very interesting, I cannot wait for the final version. I have had to do all this using various bespoke utilities and methodologies and it is nice that Microsoft is finally taking this part of the market seriously.