# Friday, 08 June 2007

I finished up the day yesterday with Kathy Kam's talk on Acropolis, and watched the irrepressible Ed Pinto and Kenny Wolf describe WCF internals (which involves juggling, apparently).  The Acropolis talk was too short, and could have included a lot more detail.  It felt like brochure-ware.  Ed and Kenny's talk packed more detail than one human being could absorb in 75 minutes about the channel stack, and how behaviors can be used to influence it, as well as other gooey details about the inner machinations of WCF.  Very useful.  I think it'll take me a few hours with the slides to let it all sink in fully. 

Last night's party was a blast as usual.  I now know that the only think more fun that riding rollercoasters with drunk nerds is riding rollercoasters with drunk nerds in the pouring rain.  :-)  They shut down the rides for quite some time due to lightning, but I did squeeze in a few hair raising trips on the 'coasters, as well as plenty of general carousing.  A good time was had by all. 

Now it's time to head home and sleep for a few days.  There's nothing like sitting through 4-5 technical presentations and walking 3-4 miles a day for a week to wear a body out.

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Friday, 08 June 2007 12:50:09 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)
I caught that Acropolis session with Kathy Kam, too. It was my first look at Acropolis, so I'm excited about the technology, but her presentation left a little to be desired.
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