Wednesday, 4 November 2009

TechEd 2009 in Berlin

Just a quick reminder that next week in Berlin not only "The Fall of the Wall" is being celebrated but also 1000 of attendees will be visiting Microsoft's TechEd 2009.
But, I'm sure most of you are aware of this.

What might be new however is that - and I really am delighted to say this - I will be holding a Presentation together with Olivier Bloch, Embedded Evangelist, around "Windows Embedded from Sensors to Servers" next Wednesday, November 11th from 10:45 - 12:00.

Here's a short abstract:
Industrial and automotive solutions are nowadays merely a matter of software. The software retrieves data from sensors, analyses the data, drives actuators, allows entities of the industrial or automotive system to communicate and synchronise with each other, runs visualisations and monitoring allowing interaction with the operator, talks to servers, databases and services. As a desktop or enterprise developer or as an IT Pro you will be surprised how much your skills will transfer to this domain and enable modern and existing solutions. During this demo-packed session see how Windows Embedded technologies, fitting directly into Microsoft development tool chain, can be used to develop real-time distributed industrial systems and services.

You will also be able to find me in the TLC Area on Monday and Tuesday.

Call to action:
If you do happen to be visiting TechEd, drop by the TLC Area or come and listen to Olivier and me present "Windows Embedded from Sensors to Servers".

Look forward to seeing you!

So long and thanks for all the fish!

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