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|Coffeehouse||Roll call - tell us who you are!||423||Jan 26, 2005 at 11:10PM|
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Wow, the resonse for Hyderabad session more than expected...the session are simply superb and made everyone amazed. Wish you 10 more RAD years to ya VB.NET !
Thanks to Alan and Steve for thier great sessions.
The Channel 9 India Team wrote:Length of Video: 4:40 Being named a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) is a big honor that is bestowed to the most passionate users of Microsoft's technology around the world. Tameem talks about the honor, and how he helps other developers in India build solutions on Microsoft technologies.
The Channel 9 Team wrote:The tour of Microsoft Research continues. In this visit you get taken into the VIBE group (Visualization, Interaction, Business and Entertainment).
Think large screens. Multiple screens. There you'll meet Patrick Baudisch, researcher, who'll show you through the lab and give you some cool software that is designed to help with large and multiple monitors.
Other people you'll meet in this video:
The Channel 9 Team wrote:Digital photography. It's one of the hottest product categories. It seems like everyone's getting a digital camera lately, but managing those photos is really hard.
Some of us on the Channel 9 team, for instance, have more than 8,000 digital photos, already (and we know some guys who already have more than 50,000).
So, while we were wandering around Microsoft Research with Kevin Schofield, we wondered "what could be done to make organizing photos easier and nicer?"
Microsoft Research's Next Media group has the answer. Here Curtis Wong, the guy who leads the group, demoed for us their Media Browser technology (News.com called it Photo Triage, but the team actually calls it the "Media Browser" because it does more than photos).
This technology demonstrates how you could organize and look at your digital photos in the future.
Thanks again to Kevin Schofield (and all the researchers we met) for giving us a great look at some of what Microsoft Research is doing.
If you missed the other segments of the tour we got, here they are again:
Interview with Kevin Schofield
Tour of University Relations Group (women in computing)
Tour of Social Software and Hardware Groups (Wallop, MicroMotors, Hardware Lab Tour)
Tour of VIBE Group (large and multiple monitor research)
Kevin has a personal weblog, and you can read more about what Microsoft Research is working on (we only saw a small fraction of what they are working on during our tour) on the official site.
eto wrote:Wow. After watching all of this, it looks great! I believe this will solve a lot of our (my) problems trying to get our developers to do proper testing.
The biggest thing about this though, is what everyone was talking about at the last part - integration. We have an existing system developed internally to track our bugs, tasks, etc. I am REALLY curious on what kind of extensibility this has in terms of where the data comes from/goes to.
I would be happy just with the ability to import new task items into the team system from external sources, however...
Great work guys. I know what it's like showing the latest build, so I'd say you are very courageous!