I need your help.
I’ve been asked to speak about WPF and WPFe at several conferences this year. The conference organizers are seeing an upswing in interest in WPF and WPFe. I suspect they are growing in popularity as more designers and developers see what can be accomplished with WPF/WPFe.
I’ve seen how blogs are transforming industries, revitalizing political debate, allowing CEO’s like Mark Cuban to talk directly to their audience without a safety net. Scoble and Shel Israel blogged their book writing process for their business blogging book (Naked Conversations) … Charles Petzold blogged about his WPF discoveries while writing his Applications = Code + Markup: A Guide to the Microsoft Windows Presentation book. I think it might be the time for some community input into the conference world too.
So imagine that you are at your favorite tech conference. You’ve grabbed a coffee and sweet roll from the food table and sat down with your friends. Andy, who works at a valley startup, has opened the conference schedule and is happily reading the sessions out loud to anyone who’ll listen.
“Look at this.” Andy points to the third page of the handout, “there’s a WPFe talk in twenty minutes.”
Gretchen leans over his shoulder “Lemme see.”
“That sounds a lot more interesting than the ADO.NET talk I was going to”, Jason mumbles through a mouthful of cream cheese danish. “Who wants to go? “
“Are you going to eat the rest of that cookie”
Naveen, who’s been quietly sipping his tea, interrupts “What’s WPFe? ? “What’s so interesting about it”
What do you want to know about WPFe?
If you were sitting in a session about WPFe what topics would you like to hear. Add your list to the comments and I’ll see how many of your topics I can fit into my hour session.