I’ll be speaking at the Office Developer Conference


When: February 10-13, 2008

Where: San Jose Convention Center, San Jose, CA

Who: 2000 developers and architects who build solutions on the Office platform (Office clients, servers, and services)

Don’t miss this unique opportunity, as Microsoft brings together architects, developers, industry technical experts, executives, Microsoft insiders, and key partners in a public forum to redefine what it means to be focused on Microsoft Office system development. And your voice counts.

Still thinking Office development = VBA? From composition to Software + Services, collaboration to VOIP, Open XML to Silverlight, and everything 2.0, this pivotal conference will cause you to include the Office system as an integral part of your solution development toolkit – right up with Visual Studio and managed code, O’Reilly books and Petzold.

In February 2008, join us in San Jose to usher in the office development revolution. Expand your horizon beyond what you know. Network with peers and experts that matter.  And innovate for yourself, your company and the industry!

Conference highlights:


· Special address by Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates


· Additional keynotes by Kurt DelBene, CVP Microsoft Office Business Platform Group, Gurdeep Singh Pall, CVP for Office Communication Server, Rajesh Jha, CVP for Office Live and other key Microsoft senior executives


· Innovative sessions and labs with Microsoft and industry experts


· Networking, entertainment, and participation opportunities

Join the revolution this February in the heart of Silicon Valley at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, Calif., and help craft the next generation of applications built on the Microsoft Office system.

Check out www.odc2008.com for details on additional details and sign up for the ODC and individual track owner blogs for ongoing updates.

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