This session was supposed to be another session, but I’m quite happy that they changed it. I didn’t notice since I thought this seemed like a session I would go to.
This is the first session that realy hit the roof when it comes to the level of the session. I arrived late to the session (sorry). The session is about reliability on large
This Session at tech-ed was held by Rob Tiffany, about how to utilize SQLCe with merge replication to achieve a scalable solution with SQL Merge replication to and from devices. This is the
Interesting session indeed. This was the first time that I felt a culture difference between he session hosters and the people listening to the session. The crowd was somewhat hard to active, and
This session was held by Miha Kralj. He described the trends he was seeing when looking at software architectures and systems. This was a realy good session. Im not going to list everything
This session was held by David S. Platt whom wrote a book with the same title. It was a fun session. David explained that developers cannot design software with the assumption that if
To be honest, I do not think that this was much of a Deep Dive. It was more like a technical overview of the new features of Virtual Earth 6.2. However I
This session covered do’s and don’ts of software Architecture. It described the different roles of Software Architects, and finished off by showing a vision of the future of Software Applications. <
< p class=”MsoNormal”>I didn’t think I’d be posting a blog post about the TechEd keynote, however I can’t help myself. So why am I posting about it?
Ill be spending 3 days at Tech-Ed Barcelona. These are the sessions I will be attending. Hopefully I will be posting a small post about each session. Architectures: The Good, the Bad, and