For the folks that cannot attend TechEd we have some great news for you!  I am working with Ron Jacobs, Greg Low, Paul Glavich, Windows Media Encoder and a JVC handycam to deliver over 20 of the sessions and interviews for your "viewing" pleasure.  These webcasts will come in four different flavors.  

1.      Arcasts by Ron Jacobs.  If you want to participate or watch these Arcasts will be recorded live in the Dev Garden will be downloaded from the www.arcast.net  website and linked from the my blog and the TechEd site. 

a.      Jorke Odolphi   Wed 3:35 pm

b.      Dr Neil Roodyn Wed 5:15 pm

c.     Bill McCarthy    Thurs 11:45 am

d.    Sean Salisbury   Thurs 1:00pm

d.  Peter Diggins     Thurs 3:45 pm    

e. Martin Granell         Thurs 5:15pm                          

 

2.      ASP.NET Podcast with Paul Glavich.  These sessions will be recorded in room 106 and closed recordings unless otherwise arranged with Paul or myself. The session will be posted to http://aspnetpodcast.com/CS11/ and linked from both my blog and the TechEd Website.

a.      Jorke Odolphi    Wed 11:45 pm

b.      Eric Deily           Thurs 2:00 am

c.     George Moore    Thurs 3:45 pm

d.    Keith Smith         Thurs 5:15 pm

d.   ScottGu               Fri 10:00 am 

3.      SQL Downunder with Greg Low.  These sessions will be recorded in room 106 and closed recordings unless otherwise arranged with Greg or myself.  The session will be posted to SQL Downunder and linked from both my blog and the TechEd Website.

a.      Peter Myers   Frid 2:00 pm

b.      Don Vilen       Wed 2:00 pm

c.     Siva Harinath   Thurs 5:15 pm

4.  Various sessions recorded by myself.  I plan on doing a mix of Windows Encoder recorded sessions (my preference) or for folks like Scott Guthrie and Arik Cohen that are running builds of Vista that encoder doesn't run on with my trusty JVC handycam.  The sessions will be posted to a Webcentral server immediately after the session(thanks Web Central!) and linked from both my blog and the TechEd Website.  My tentative hit list so far is:

a.    Developing Data-Driven Web Applications with .NET Language Integrated Query ScottGu

b.    ASP.NET: End-to-End - Building a Complete Web Application Using ASP.NET 2.0, Visual Studio 2005, and IIS 7 (Part 1) ScottGu

c.    ASP.NET: End-to-End - Building a Complete Web Application Using ASP.NET 2.0, Visual Studio 2005, and IIS 7 (Part 2) ScottGu

d.   ASP.NET 2.0 Tips and Tricks ScottGu

e.   Windows Vista: Networking, Firewall, and IPsec Improvements Steve Riley

f.    Windows Vista System Integrity Technologies Steve Riley

g.   ? Looking for suggestions...