Friday, November 10, 2006 6:25 AM bart

TechEd 2006 Developers - The Last Day

The last day at TechEd 2006 Developers. Let's put a little report online.

First of all I'm on the Virtual Side (Live code wins the day) for my Speaker Idol survival. I didn't dare to look at it myself yet, but if you want to see it (on your own risk), take a look over here.

Last night I felt how it was to be famous. On the metro, I was sitting in front of another TechEd attendee coming from Germany and working on SAP who invited me to join him for dinner last night together with his colleague. Thanks Siddharta for the wonderful evening.

Today I've been attending some SQL Server 2005 sessions by Bob Beauchemin (which was great!) and Don Vilen (needless to say he's great too). And of course the ATE duties on PowerShell are a great learning experience while being there together with Jeffrey. Next week I'll be on the PowerShell booth again, so feel free to jump by and have a little chat.

In the meantime I've been chatting with a couple of Belgian community guys in the ATE Lounge, while writing some TxF wrapping code in C# :-). I had an interesting discussion with Wim on how anonymous methods work in C# 2.0. I'll post about that later on.

On to TechEd 2006 IT Forum next week. See you on my blog!

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# re: TechEd 2006 Developers - The Last Day

Saturday, November 11, 2006 1:13 AM by /\/\o\/\/

Concratulations, on winning the Speaker Idols. Hope to see you on the IT Forum next week. Greetings /\/\o\/\/

# re: TechEd 2006 Developers - The Last Day

Saturday, November 11, 2006 11:59 AM by Joris

The URL to your interview on the Virtual Side is not correct - it is this one ... Great job ...