There are multiple Star Trek sessions at TechEd Europe! Holger Schwichtenberg includes tribbles in his presentation
My presentation already has Klingons in its title:
Not only Star Trek fans will get a lot out of these sessions ;-)
With different applications I see similar problems that are repeated year after year.
One example: show up the username either lastname, firstname - or firstname lastname. Changing the application settings only changes the behavior for new users but not for the existing ones.
How many applications did face this problem in their first versions? I've seen several.
Achim Ruopp started blogging. I've met Achim at TechEd in San Diego. Achim is a great guy working at Microsoft to deal with internationalization issues, this is also shown with the title of his blog: "Tales from the Crossroads of Internationalization and .NET".
One of his first entries lists all Internationalization Sessions at TechEd 2004 Europe.
Achim, it's great to see you blogging :-)
The phases of the Microsoft CRM process model:
- Sales Stage
In the meantime with CLS compliant assemblies this can be done:
- using generics within the classes is not a problem
- having generic classes as arguments of public/protected methods, both a generic and an alternate version can be supplied. The generic version is marked with the attribute [CLSCompliant(false)], while the alternate version is CLS compliant.
With the Longhorn timeframe the non-generic version can be marked obsolete.
"....furniture in the style of Louis XVI, together with the newest communication technology...."
Translation: analog line for dial in
DEV499: Building Extensible and Globalized Windows Forms Applications Using Attributes, Reflection, Code Generation and a bunch of Winforms Tips and Tricks
However, this session needs 3 time slots. ;-)
I prefer DEV404 - "Creating a Klingon Culture - More about Globalization and Resource Management". I will be there :-)