I’m delighted to announce that I will be speaking at the Software Developer Conference 2006
in Holland on the 15 and 16 of May. I love this conference. It’s been running for 15 years and the conference and the group (Software Developers Network) have managed to adapt to the ever changing world of developers throughout this time, starting life in the world of Clipper and supporting the language du jour throughout this time (15 years is forever in the life of development languages). I’m proud to say that I have spoken at this conference on Clipper, then CA-Visual Objects, then Delphi and more recently (in SDN terms) C# and .NET. This year I have three sessions, all on internationalization:-
- .NET Internationalization
- What’s New In Internationalization In Visual Studio 2005 ?
- Deploying Internationalized Applications Using ClickOnce
For a complete list of all sessions and abstracts including these sessions go here
If you’re trying to decide whether to attend this conference then my advice is "Go". The organizers are organized, the attendees are knowledgable, interested and interesting and the beer is always great.