“Oslo” at the 2009 PDC
Lars Corneliussen, my friend and “Oslo” consigliere, has posted a nice update on what he’s guessing “Oslo” might or might not be: Updates on what Oslo is and Quadrant not is (September 2009). The fact that he has to guess points to just how early we are in the development cycle. For our latest thoughts, I recommend the PDC 2009, where you should attend all of the following talks:
- Data Programming and Modeling for the Microsoft .NET Developer, Don Box, Chris Anderson
- Evolving ADO.NET Entity Framework in .NET 4 and Beyond, Shyam Pather, Chris Anderson
- ADO.NET Data Services: What’s new with the RESTful data services framework, Pablo Castro
- Building Data-Driven Applications Using Microsoft Project Code Name “Quadrant” and Microsoft Project Code Name “M”, Douglas Purdy, Chris Sells
- Microsoft Project Code Name “M”: The Data and Modeling Language, Jeff Pinkston, Don Box
- Microsoft Project Code Name “Repository”: Using Metadata to Drive Application Design, Development, and Management, Shoshanna Budzianowski, James Baker
- The ‘M’-Based System.Identity Model for Accessing Directory Services, Gert Drapers, Kim Cameron
Personally, I’m very much looking forward to this PDC. I get to give what I’m sure is the talk with the longest title, but even better, I get to see friends, old and new, and I love listening to good talks on technologies I just don’t have the time to dive into any other time.
If you’re going to PDC and you’d like to chat, drop me a line and we can set up some time. See you there!