Today I attended Dutch Developer Days, which started off with a keynote from David Platt. He did a session about why software sucks. And if ever heard of him or read his blog than you basically know everything that has been said during the talk. My conclusion or lesson learned is that user experience is important and Microsoft already knows that for years. Next session I went was BizTalk Services by Christian Weyer and covered a lot I already seen or heard before. I liked his demo TFSNotification service, in which he showed changes made in with TFS like checking created a notification somewhere else through a service one subscribes too. A good source of biztalk services experiences is a blog called vibro.net; check it out. Rest of day I used to network and meet people like colleagues, ex-colleagues, partners, customers and journalists.
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