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I am sitting here in San Franciso airport writing this blog.... with the residual high winds in Chicago, I am delayed nearly two hours and stand a good chance of missing the last direct connection to my final destination at RDU. To all my fellow travelers out there - courage....
We've just completed our last stop of the DataDirect Design Previews, and we are very pleased with the excellent feedback on our product roadmaps and various discussion items. The next few weeks will see the entire Program Management team parsing the feedback documents and reviewing the many conversations that took place. If you were an attendee, you can expect to receive an email shortly with additional references and copies of all the presentations you attended.
In terms of the week-in-review, my scan of the weekly headlines brought up some interesting articles that are worthy of a read. "Framing the framework converstaion" gives a good review of a recent conference on Patterns and Practices held in Redmond, WA. GoogTube comes to market - not a huge surprise. As someone considering when to jump to HDTV, this is certainly good news. And lastly, as developers continue to play with ADO.NET vNext, some early performance concerns are popping up.
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