Off to Barcelona for TechEd!

I'm leaving tomorrow for Spain, where I'll be presenting a couple of sessions next week at TechEd Europe in Barcelona.  Yes I know, TechEd doesn't start until Monday (for the pre-conference activities), but this way I can spend the weekend in Madrid with my family. (You probably wouldn't guess from my name that I'm half Spanish. :-). I should be over the effects of jet lag by the time TechEd starts, as well.

I'll be presenting an updated version of the session I delivered at TechEd Boston and on the EMEA Windows Vista and IE7 Readiness Tour last month: DEV325 Windows Vista: Tips & Tricks for Targeting Key Native Application Program Interfaces (APIs) from Managed Code (Wed Nov 8 17:00 - 18:15) (see my previous post Tips & Tricks for Going Native on Windows Vista for the details).

I'll also be doing a whiteboard discussion session around some of the new user experiences in Windows Vista and how your applications can provide similar behaviors (with more of a focus on native APIs than on the .NET Fx 3.0): DEVWD30 Top-10 Ways to Light-Up on Windows Vista (Thu Nov 9 10:45 - 12:00)

If you're going to be at TechEd Barcelona and are interested in learning more about Windows Vista, I hope you'll come to one of my sessions and/or stop by and chat during one of my shifts at the Ask The Expert booth or the Windows Vista for Developers booth.

Hasta la vista - nos vemos en Barcelona!