Boy am I tired. I can literally say I am exhausted. Now here is why. Sessions today were AMAZING and today was a good day because yesterday I found a programmer just like me who is as young as I am who wants to start up his own company just like I do. I am not telling you his name, but I got his contact information and will be giving him a ring ding ding soon! Anyone else interested in helping me with my ideas? I am poor and don't pay until we actually produce something, but I am looking for some takers. I don't mind splitting 60-40 or even starting a small business with employees. It will NOT be a consulting business, too many of those floating around. I want to start a business with my own ideas and make them a reality. Any takers?
Building Custom AJAX Controls:
Building N-Tier Applications with LINQ:
Taught again by Dan Wahlin. Another great session about how to implement LINQ into your projects and showed the easy parts of LINQ which only gets easier from T-SQL. Thank you Dan for this great session. It is a lot to implement in this short session.
Can you tell I am getting tired?
PLINQ: LINQ but faster:
Taught by the one and only Stephen Toub. The same guy I met last night is now teaching a session. I didn't know much about what he was talking about last night, but when he hit on it today in the session, I WAS BLOWN AWAY. So, he has got this 24 CORE computer up in Washington that he ran demos for us on. If you don't know what LINQ is I should ask that you check it out. PLINQ is the next step up and which you can select and transfer data at tremendous speeds using the processors that a person has in their computer. He completed a select statement with one processor with 256mbs worth of data and took about 20 seconds. The second select statement was with PLINQ with the same amount of data and the select completed at .5 seconds. Amazing STUFF. This kind of data selects could be used for gaming and even the Folding@Home project where they use personal computers from all around the world to fold protein. Amazing things if they only had their hands on this.
Live interview with Dan Wahlin. I screamed a few times and asked the first question. Great interview and good times thanks to Carl Franklin, Richard Campbell and Dan Wahlin.
Time to Go home. Thanks for reading. More to follow.
Side Note: I am required by my company to do a "What I learned" white paper. I will post it to this blog when done, because it will contain a lot of things that I thought would be too detailed to explain in these entries.
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