Well, we've made it to the half. Last night was a ton of fun; especially since I had the opportunity to catch up with a bunch of industry and media friends. It all started with a short stop by the RSA "007" party in the XYZ bar at the W San Fran. From there it was off to the Cartoon Museum around the corner for the Microsoft Press Party. There I got caught up with folks like Eric Ogren from ESG, Paul Roberts from InfoWorld, Rob Guth of the WSJ, and met some new folks like Sara Peters from CSI and a colleagues of Paul's, Neil McAllister. Later in the evening, I finally had a chance to synch-up with the likes of Dennis Fisher of TechTarget.
How's that for name dropping, eh?
Anyhow, the morning's been busy and now I'm getting some work done at the hotel, as well as prepping for my next theater presentation on the networking security advances in Longhorn Server.
Hey, how about that pick-up of the evolution of networking in the press? I was able to scan a few articles and thought you'd be interested in them:
Here's a link to my Live Search News search for more articles.
Time to switch gears and head down to the show. More to come in Part 2.