Chris Henley is a fun and energetic representative of Microsoft. He works on the Developer Platform Evangelist team at Microsoft as an IT Professional Evangelist in the western region and is the co-author of Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Administration Instant Reference from Sybex press. Chris is a regular speaker and presenter at user groups, Technet events, and major conferences around the US.
He has extensive experience in the world of computer networks. He is passionate about the way that technology helps people. He has an entertaining and insightful style of communicating technical information and of making difficult concepts easy to understand. He is an expert in server architecture and network design. He loves to push the envelope of what we think about computers, and what software can do. Chris spends his spare time playing XBOX360 with his wife and kids, fly fishing, camping, hiking, and searching for the best chocolate cake on planet earth.
As you are all well aware i am a huge fan of speech recognition in Windows Vista. You can watch the screencast i did a couple of months back here. Yesterday on the Windows Vista Blog Lorrin Maughan posted a screencast of a coworker using speech recognition in conjunction with the new Windows Movie Maker tool. He goes hands free to import content and create an auto movie. It is worth a few minutes of your time to check this out. Plus you get to see some of the new features of the Movie Maker Tool.