TechEd Europe commences in three weeks from today! As of this morning, we've finally finished locking down the sessions and speakers, which is a major milestone in the planning process. We've taken some of the feedback from TechEd US on board and made some minor adjustments here and there; I'm pretty happy with the resulting session listing. A good conference in my view is one where there are three places you want to be at once, and I think we're close to achieving that.
To whet your appetite, here are a few of the conference highlights from a developer perspective:
With another 286 sessions, 42 chalk-and-talks, 60 hands-on labs, panel discussions, birds-of-a-feather, CommsNet, the exhibition and Microsoft pavilion, and ask-the-experts areas, there will hopefully be plenty to hold your interest! I'll be running around a little bit but hope to meet up with some of you there. I'm also delivering DAT318, a session on CLR integration into the SQL Server 2005 engine; I've delivered variations of this talk for a number of months to partners in the UK but am looking forward to showing off many of the enhancements made since Beta 1 with some refreshed demos.
If you're a blogger attending TechEd Europe, be sure to register your blog at techedbloggers.net. The guys did a fantastic job of covering the thousands of blog entries from delegates at TechEd US, and this site will be the top place to visit if you want up-to-date information on what's going down there.