Tomorrow (August 14, 2007) is the first day of Devscovery. This conference is presented by the Wintellect crew and it looks like it will be full of great content. I’m biased, of course, because I’m one of the speakers. But check out the agenda for yourself.
What’s the first thing you notice? Mark Russinovich is giving the keynote. That’s a good reason to come to the event don’t you think?
Next I see that Jeffrey Richter has an all day workshop called Multicore CPU Revolution: Architecting and Building Responsive and Scalable .NET/C# Applications and Components. Jeff _loves_ threading. Just ask him, he’ll tell you. You can read about threading in his Concurrent Affairs column for MSDN magazine or experience it first hand at Devscovery. He’s also talking about C# 3.0.
What else is on the agenda? Jeff Prosise, Bryan Sullivan and Jason Beres have a number of talks about Silverlight. Prosise also has a few talks on ASP.NET and AJAX. John Robbins, Mr. Debugger, will show you the secrets of profiling, debugging and performance tuning your code.
Scott Seely has a ton of things to say about WCF and Paul Mehner will show you how to use Windows Workflow.
What about me? I’m talking about WPF. Are you surprised? I’ve got four sessions in which I try and cram as much WPF information into your head as is humanely possible.
See you there?