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Interested in a sneak peak at our next version of Access? We are holding a developer kitchen on the Redmond Campus, November 10-13, 2008. This conference will focus on building Access 14 applications using our latest builds. We are looking for Access developers to share with us early feedback on the product before the Beta release.
This conference is designed for a small number of invited guests to spend four days with our Redmond team. On Day 1, Program Management will reveal the product vision, demonstrate new functionality and answer questions. Days 2 - 4, participants will be hands-on with the product. Feedback will be collected throughout the conference.
All participants will get the chance to impact the next version of Access through early access to the latest bits of the product, the ability to connect 1:1 with members of the product team, and to network with other members of the Access community.
Space is limited, so priority will be given to companies and individuals with the following:
The conference is FREE. Participants are responsible to cover their own travel and expenses. For more information or to secure your invitation, please send us mail. Space is limited, so please tell us why you are the ideal developer kitchen participant.
I would hope a lot of the new functionality seen in the kitchen will focus on Access Web Services and Sharepoint Integration. Too bad all the Sharepoint team will be in Vegas at the Sharepoint Connections event that week. I would be most interested to know about whether Access Web Services utilizes the Sharepoint 2009 native support for SQL tables exposed as SP Lists. This opens all new oportunities to Access Devs who want to expose apps to the web and upsize to SQL at the same time. Thanks,
I'm interested, Clint, please count me in. From your list above I qualify through point 1 and 2, and I think also 4 ;-) Rgds - Peter
You may want to email the Access team to be sure they'll count you... ;-) blogs.msdn.com/.../contact.aspx
If it only was somewhere in Europe, eg. Prague. ;-(
Maybe next time...
Josh Booker--send us an email. I would love to chat more about your comment.