Sneak preview: DevExpress at DevConnections

08 October 2010

The Fall DevConnections is going to be November 1-4 at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. DevExpress will of course be there and be big. Well, huge, really.

We’ve got a couple of sessions: Steve Andrews in a session talking about Advanced ASP.NET MVC Extensibility and Mark Miller with an Introduction to High Speed Coding in Visual  Studio with CodeRush. We have a nice big booth with more areas to demo our products than ever before. Here’s an early rendering:

Draft view of DevExpress booth for DevConnections

Mark has also been working on a really cool demo for CodeRush that goes way beyond the Xbox guitar demo we did for PDC 2009 a year ago. See that demo area above? Well, that’s where he will show off CodeRush’s ability to code quickly, intuitively, and above all accurately, even with a [censored]. It’s a shame that we can’t talk just yet about the details of how we interfaced a [censored] attached to his [censored] to work with CodeRush in Visual Studio, but it’s quite incredible. Intelligent programming at its best. You’ll have to be there to see it (but of course we’ll be providing video of it all for those who can’t make it).

We shall of course be demoing the new features of DXperience v2010 vol.2 at the booth. You can come along for a one-to-one discussion with Mark, Mehul, Steve, Seth, Emil, and me about how you are using our products, about what’s coming in the next release, about our support, about anything you like really. Amanda and Jeff will both be there of course making sure we record the events at the booth for posterity.

So if you are going to DevConnections, pop over to the booth and say hello. We’d love to see you and have a chat.

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