Tech-Ed day 4
So the last day of Tech-Ed has started. That is both good and bad. Guess its good because people are getting tired, I know I am, and suffering from information overload. The bad part is that there is so much more I want to hear about, guess I will be waiting for the DVD with recorded sessions to arrive.
Duty at the ATE booth yesterday was interesting again. Lots of people with questions, good thing. Like before a lot of people came with questions about LINQ, guess it’s the kind of thing that excited a lot of developers. And rightly so if you ask me. The most challenging question came from a Dutch student who was working on a managed C++ app that had to pass callback function pointers back into an unmanaged video stream library. Guess being a VB guy doesn't really qualify me to debug C++ issues but as there where no C++ people around at the time I gave it a try. And guess what we remote desktoped into his PC at home and found and fixed the problem. Not bad for someone who hasn't done any C++ for over 10 years :-)
At the moment I am listening to a session about service factories. Nice presentation and interesting subject.
Well that’s it for now, more later.