I just caught up with Cam Reilly from TPN, for my first Tech’Ed media cast, and I must say, it’s tough being in front of a camera! I thought it was going to be easy peasy Japanese, but I found myself bumbling like a boob when the tape started rolling…urghh, lamo Davo!
But before the session, Cam and I had a really good chat on what Tech.Ed means, apart from the Technical Education. It really is all about networking; catching-up with old friends, making new friends, cornering someone from Microsoft to get the low down on that niggling piece of technology that’s burning your butt, stealing someones shirt!
So I thought this would be a good time to get peoples ideas for my presentation on InfoPath development. So far, I am planning on focusing on the code behind experience using VS2005 and the associated InfoPath 2003 SP-1 toolkit, with a lot of web service interaction. But I really want to make this an interactive experience, so I’m putting out the call, “MAKE MY SESSION YOUR SESSION”! Leave me some comments on what you would like to see, what areas of InfoPath 2003 .NET development you would like me to cover, or areas you want me to get deep on. Or even if you just want to do a chalk talk session where we brainstorm solutions, application architectures, etc.
And more importantly, make sure you use my blog as a way of communicating with me after Tech.Ed! If there is anything I don’t cover, or cover but not in the depth you like, let me know, and I’ll make it all better :)