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i thought i'd have more to say about the devdays conference.  unfortunately (for me at least) it was lacking “developer” content.  yes, securing applications is important, but developers want to see new things, hear about what is the cutting edge.  not enough time was spent on whidbey or other core dev skills.  it was unfortunate that the whidbey demos that did occur in the final keynote were not working...i wanted to see the reaction of those in the audience to what is coming down the stream...

the smart client track received a lot more attention than i expected...i guess i underestimated the interest.

i think overall in phoenix, there wasn't much new for most people...with an active user group, most of us had already seen all the presentations before...



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