We will be making a showing at Microsoft WPC in Washington DC from July 11-15 this year. WPC - or Worldwide Partner Conference - is Microsoft's annual event targeted at their partner community. Microsoft expects over 10,000 in attendance (in fact, I think I recently read that they had already surpassed that number). WIth that kind of attendance to a "just partners" event, it gives you some idea of how much influence Microsoft and their partners can have! You can learn more about WPC here: http://digitalwpc.com/
From the agenda, it looks like there will be a lot of news that is made public on Microsoft Dynamics CRM 5. There are also a number of exciting sessions on the recently released SharePoint 2010. I will be blogging from the event to keep you up to date on the latest news and announcements related to these two great development platforms.
Is there something you want me to try to learn while there? Post a comment to this blog and I'll do my best to ask the right people while I'm there.
Keep an eye on this blog (www.askdynamicscrm.com) and on our SharePoint (www.asksharepoint.com) blog for the latest information from WPC.
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