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MVP Global Summit Recap

I just got back from the MVP Global Summit. It was a lot of fun, but as usual, very tiring. I met a lot of new people (some really cool DirectX guys out of the UK), and of course hooked up with the regulars (Brian, John, Josh, Jeff, etc.)

A lot of what was covered is un-blogable, but I like the directions things are headed. One thing I will say, is learn WCF, and learn it well. Everything will use it extensively. Same goes for WF. A lot of common products have already launched with support for it, but it seemed like every other product team was embedding WF into their product.

Got to sit down with some people from the BizTalk documentation team. It is amazing how much effort they put into their work (and it shows, I kept going on about how good the docs are).

I stayed at the Hilton. While they did have signs about the remodeling, it was probably the worst Hilton I have ever stayed at. The elevators alone were scary, and VERY slow. Don't get me wrong. As for hotels, it was nice, but on the lower end of the scale when it comes to Hiltons.

If you are an MVP, this is an event that can not be missed.

Tim said...
3/25/2007 02:17:00 PM  

Well, Bender, I hope the hotel is nicer next year...

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