Syncfusion announces PDC attendance
Microsoft's Professional Developer's Conference 2005
Los Angeles, CA
Research Triangle Park, NC. - August 22, 2005 - Syncfusion, Inc., a software company specializing in software components for Microsoft Visual Studio .NET developers, today announced it will exhibit at Microsoft's Professional Developer's Conference 2005 (PDC). The event will be held in Los Angeles, CA from September 13 to September 16, with approximately 9,000 developers, information technology decision makers, software architects, and systems engineers in attendance.
"PDC is the ultimate Microsoft event for software developers, and we at Syncfusion are very pleased to take part in the excitement," said Stefan Hoenig, Syncfusion's CEO. "This will give Syncfusion a chance to meet face to face with developers from all over the world. They can have their questions answered by our engineers, view demonstrations of our entire Essential Studio line, and discuss with us how their own applications could benefit from Syncfusion solutions. As a developer-centric company, we also look at PDC as an opportunity to hear directly from those in the trenches about the challenges they face, where they're taking their applications, and how Syncfusion can improve their development experience. The knowledge we gain will be funneled directly back into our products."
Hoenig will be attending PDC this year, along with representatives from several Syncfusion departments. Attendees can visit the Syncfusion team at Booth 325, directly across from the Microsoft Pavilion.
In group presentations and one-on-one sessions, the company will highlight the features included in the new Essential Studio 3.3, exploring how they can accelerate the development cycle and enrich attendee's applications. Essential Studio's elegant, well thought-out architecture and avoidance of unnecessary dependencies has long made it the choice of developers searching for extensible tools well-suited for mission-critical applications. Syncfusion continues to concentrate significant effort on enhancing each product's long-life cycle capabilities, and simplifying the maintenance of applications built using components will be one issue touched on at PDC. Essential Studio's compatibility with Visual Studio 2005 and Syncfusion's plans for the future will be other topics of particular interest to attendees.
At PDC, Syncfusion will offer attendees the opportunity to learn, connect, and engage with our engineers. In line with the spirit of PDC, the Syncfusion team looks forward to keeping developers on the cutting edge of .NET component technology.
Details about Syncfusion's Essential Studio products are available at http://staging.syncfusion.com/products