Ready for Tech*ED Malaysia
Next Friday I leave for Tech·Ed Malaysia held in Kuala Lumpur. This is the last major conference (and last TechEd) of the year for me.
We have a bunch of Regional Directors speaking:
Adam Cogan (Australia)
Tim Huckaby (US-San Diego)
Clemens Vasters (Germany)
Scott Hanselman (US-Portland)
Looking forward to some geek talk and time in KL with some of the other speakers and RDs. Looking forward to catching up with my buddy Adam Cogan, haven’t seen him since Dallas, far too long. I will get Scott Hanselman to do some drinking this time, no more lame crap from you Scott. Also looking forward to hacking some das Blog with Clemens while in KL (We will party too and his girlfriend, Pat, owes me a favor!)
I just got my machine all ready to go. Here are my sessions, the Stored Procedure session is the last time I talk about The Rozenshtein Method this year (and maybe forever if they let me talk about Yukon next year):
Track: Enterprise Data Management Code: EDM207Room: Tun Hussien Onn A Time Slot: Wed, August 27 4:00 PM-5:15 PMSpeakers: Stephen ForteThe decision to build an embedded application has been made. In today's environment, Return on Investment (ROI) so important that it is now a main decision making factor in deciding what platform to use. Choosing the platform that your developers can leverage their existing skills and code to build something on time and on budget is more important than a cool new language or feature. We will look at a case study of a .NET CF PocketPC application build for Professional NFL Scouts using SQL Server CE 2.0. See the ROI decisions for justifying the development effort, training the developers, leveraging current ADO code and libraries and maintenance decisions along with lines of code comparison to the other embedded tools.
Track: Developer Tools & Technologies Code: DEV206Room: Tun Dr Ismail A Time Slot: Wed, August 27 5:30 PM-6:45 PMSpeakers: Stephen ForteUsing Stored Procedures is more efficient, secure, and easier to maintain than using in-line SQL in your application's middle tier. In this session we will look how to optimize using Stored Procedures for efficient and secure data retrieval in the middle tier of your web, windows, mobile and web services applications.
Track: Developer Tools & Technologies Code: DEV315Room: Tun Hussien Onn A Time Slot: Thu, August 28 10:30 AM-11:45 AMSpeakers: Stephen ForteRegular expressions, although popular in Perl and other UNIX/C-like languages, are unintelligible to those not familiar with them. Regular Expressions provide an incredibly powerful and compact way of matching and replacing text. Once you become serious about .NET, you'll find Regular Expressions staring you square in the face. They're there and they are very important, but the .NET documentation doesn't help much in learning about Regular Expressions and how to work with them in .NET. This session will introduce you to RegEx, using RegEx as data validation and manipulation.
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