This podcast is with Michelle Laroux Bustamante, an RD from San Diego, discussing the Women In Technology breakout session which happened at lunchtime on Day 1 as well as an upcoming InfoCard federated identity management solution.
The first of the PDC on-site Buzzcasts.
This time with John Alexander, an RD (Regional Director) from Kansas City, who is working at the PDC Reality TV booth as well as is one of the two co-editors of
I'm headed downstairs to the Track Lounges in the Big Room and I'm looking for people who want to be on Channel9 (more specifically on the Buzzcast!).
Look for me:
be willing to sign the release form and we'll do a buzzcast!
At the PDC this morning Microsoft demonstrated Office 12 in public for the first time. The news you'll hear is "they changed the user interface." So, we wanted to talk with the team who came up with this new UI and we wanted to ask them "are you nuts?"
After all, changing how…
At the PDC this morning Microsoft demonstrated the latest version of Windows Vista. Here you get to meet the Shell team. Now, what does the Shell team do? They make the Explorer and do a variety of other things. You will not want to miss this video because
you'll get a good look at Windows Vista…
Adam Nathan is giving a talk at the PDC on Thursday about making an application "light up" on Windows Vista. To prepare for the talk he created
WinFXHearts.com. Very cool version of the Internet Hearts game. Here we visit his office to get a good look at his application and what…
LINQ stands for Language INtegrated Query and in a nutshell, it makes query and set operations, like SQL statements first class citizens in .NET languages like C# and VB.
Here we visit Anders Hejlsberg in his office to get more on LINQ. Dan Fernandez, also seen in this video, just put up
Last night I met with the Code'N My Way to PDC and Blog'N My Way to PDC winners: Casey Chesnut, Robert Ludewig and Peter Jausovec.
We met in the bar at the Westin Bonaventure hotel, had a couple of drinks and did a Buzzcast!
Meet our winners and hear in their own words how they've been…