TechED 2008

14 11 2008
TechEd EMEA 2008 is closing down slowly. What an amazing week.
It was great fun to see the Windows Embedded topics first time beneath big names such as Sharepoint in the conference Agenda!
There was also time to mix and mingle with people from all over the world, who (well some of them) did even make it to my sessions.
Here is proof in the blog of the ElektroBit guys. I had great fun presenting to an energized and inspired crowd.
 
In addition, I had very good talks with the Microsoft collegues from Redmond, France, UK, Spain, Switzerland, Germany,… (somehow lost track on this) and was amazed to see a Miele washing machine on stage for the first time ever in a developers conference!
Frank Prengel (Microsoft) and Stefan Hoppe (Beckhoff) did an outstanding job to present the future of communication between connected devices: Device Profile Web Services (DPWS).
We also had a great Windows Embedded Community event right next to the TechED venue on Tuesday evening. Damian Barnet and Harald Kraschina (ElektroBit) were so kind to post some photos.
 
If You have missed TechEd EMEA, well, there is a chance to catch up, at least a little bit, next week at the German Technical Summit 2008 in Berlin. There will be the full force of the German DPE gang joined by Frank Prengel as well as my humble self.
While the guys show You the latest and greatest of all Microsoft technology, I am having a session on the new and exciting stuff in the Windows Embedded Standard release.
 
This is something that hardly can be missed. 🙂
 
 
See You in Berlin next week!
 
Alexander
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