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Updates and discussion on the planning and execution of Microsoft Office Developer Conference (ODC) 2008

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  • Blog Post: Less than 3 weeks to ODC 2008!

    Hard to believe but ODC is now only 20 days away! We've now published details of all technical content on so if you haven't yet, please check out the various tracks and sessions. There are some last minute updates remaining, and those will be posted in the next few days. Behind the...
  • Blog Post: ODC 2008 session and speaker stats

    We recently did some internal analysis of ODC 2008 content and speakers and wanted to share some basic stats with you: FYI - initial session list titles are now posted by track on and the abstracts will be published later today. Total sessions: 82 (note: the total session count...
  • Blog Post: Calling all developer insomniacs!

    Several Microsoft groups have teamed up to bring a series of Sleepless events to you! The finals will take place in San Jose and winners will be announced at ODC 2008! If you are wondering why Sleepless and what the event is like, check out this video to get an idea:
  • Blog Post: ODC track owners on Channel 9!

    John and Jerome, track onwers for the realworld and server tracks respectively, recently sat down with Rob Barker and talked about themselves, hobbies, and of course ODC 2008! You can check out their videos here: John Graham: Jerome Thiebaud...
  • Blog Post: Exciting sessions at ODC 2008

    Some of you have asked about sessions planned for ODC2008. As you can imagine, selecting sessions for a conference of this scale is a challenging task, but we are on track to get the initial list published next week. In the meantime, check out the following blog posts form the track owners to get a flavor...
  • Blog Post: I'm a SharePoint <insert role>. Should I attend ODC 2008 or SPC 2008?

    The above question, or some variation, has come up a few times lately, so let's try to clarify this here. The SharePoint Conference ( SPC2008 ), which will take place in March 2008 in Redmond, WA is primarily intended for those in IT who use, deploy, and configure SharePoint. If you are focused on...
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