Thanks to everyone who attended my MSDN webcast today.
The intro was really quite exciting (although people on the webcast couldn't tell). For some reason LiveMeeting wasn't working properly on my machine; I couldn't "share" applications or my desktops. Since the idea of giving a talk with no demonstrations wasn't appealing to me, I had to reinstall and reboot--all of this in the 10 minutes before the webcast began! As Tracey was beginning the introduction, I was still setting up the two Visual Studios, two command prompts, remote desktop session, Excel 2007, etc. We cut it close, but we made it!
Here are the links I promised:
Excel Services overview
Free Developer Edition of Digipede Network
- Full-featured version of the Digipede Network, free for developers: here
- Shahar Prish writes about Excel Services here
- David Gainer (and many other members of the team) write about Excel 2007 here
Alternatively, I suggest you watch my previous two MSDN webcasts: Object-Oriented Programming for Grid: Grid Computing for .NET and Advanced .NET Programming for Grid Computing.
They're each an hour long. They give a good grounding in grid computing on the .NET platform.
And, of course, if you're interested in a webcast about our product, you can always sign up for one of our webcasts here.