The next few months are going to be very busy for us here in the Sync Framework team.  Not only do we have Sync Framework v2 coming out shortly, we also have a number of conferences where we will talk about the work we have been doing with some of external companies and internal groups here at Microsoft to allow developers to plug-in synchronization to systems like SQL Server and SQL Azure. 

Starting in November, we will be at SQL PASS, and then at the PDC for the launch of SQL Azure.  Last week I recorded a Channel 9 video along with Buck Woody and Michael Rys on the upcoming SQL PASS Summit. You can view the video here:

http://channel9.msdn.com/posts/LarryLarsen/Upcoming-SQL-PASS-Summit-1/

Here is a summary of the video:

Join thousands of SQL Server & BI professionals at the Washington State Convention & Trade Center in Seattle from Nov. 2-5 for the largest SQL Server conference in the world!  PASS Summit offers 168 technical sessions presented by SQL Server experts, one-on-one time with Microsoft’s SQL Server engineering team, free troubleshooting & design architecture guidance from Microsoft consultants, keynotes from Microsoft’s senior executives and much more!

Senior Data Platform Technology Specialist Buck Woody stopped by the Channel 9 studio to talk to Michael Rys, Principal Program Manager in SQL Server Engineering Team, and Liam Cavanagh, Senior Program Manager, about upcoming sessions you won’t want to miss this year’s PASS Summit conference.

Liam Cavanagh