If you’re a SharePoint developer, Microsoft is hosting two conferences early in 2008 that may be of interest to you. I’ll be attending both of these. I attended ODC2006 and was really impressed with the content… I think you will be to… should be a blast!
Are you a MOSS 2007 WCM / Publishing site developer and planning to hit both/either of these? Drop a comment and let’s see if we can’t setup a little WCM developer round table!
Office System Developer Conference 2008 February 10-13, 2008 - San Jose, California
Microsoft Office System Developer Conference 2008 will bring together architects, developers, industry technical experts, Microsoft insiders and key partners in a public forum for the first time! Together, we will redefine what it means to be focused on Microsoft Office development, exchange ideas on how to continue innovating in this ever-changing space, and share best practices on how to craft the next generation of Office Business Applications.
Still thinking Office development = VBA? From composition to Software + Services, collaboration to VOIP, Open XML to Silverlight, and everything 2.0, this pivotal conference will cause you to include the Office system as an integral part of your solution development toolkit - right up with Visual Studio and managed code, the O’Reilly Books and Petzold.
SharePoint Conference 2007 March 3-6, 2008 - Seattle, Washington
Sure, it’s the same week as that little conference called MiX, but who wants to hit that if you’re a SharePoint developer? Hey… you do SharePoint, so why shouldn’t you attend the SharePoint conference? Register today and get a 25% discount on your registration!
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- Monday, October 8, 2007 - 6:43 PM
One thing to note is that the SPC2008 is more admin / end-user / information worker focused while the ODC2008 is mode developer focused.
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