Just a quick plug – tomorrow evening I’m doing a session on ADO.NET Data Services (“Astoria”) at the SQL Server User’s Group at Microsoft, Reading.
See here for details;
it’d be great to see you there.
Johannes Kerbeck and Simon Sabin are running an event around Virtual Earth in the Microsoft offices in London on April 16th.
Sounds like an interesting take on things to me is that it seems to be angled more around taking spatial data and applying it in both places.
More details from here.
You won’t see me there though. I’ll be here.
A big thanks to all the people who came along to my session at SQLBits today on ADO.NET Data Services and also to the organisers and community around SQLBits that made the event happen in the first place. I was there for most of the afternoon and it seemed like a fantastic event to me in a cool venue.
As promised, my slides from the session are here for download – you’ll perhaps notice that there are a few additional (hidden) slides in the slide-deck that I didn’t use in this talk as I collapsed this talk down from an earlier talk and updated it to reflect the RTM version of Data Services and also the various CTPs/Previews that are currently kicking around.
So…you get a little more than I actually used at the conference.