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Yes, it was a grand time last year in Orlando. In thinking ahead to the upcoming TechEd 2005 in Boston, I re-lived some of my memories by taking a look at the blog posts I did last year during the show; and in particular, some of the bad videos I put up for your enjoyment.
“Bad? They weren’t bad. Poor quality, perhaps…”
Yeah… I rendered them small so they wouldn’t take too much download bandwidth. This year’s videos will be much better. I promise.
Anyway, I also noticed that my old blog entries from last year contain links to locations that no longer exist, as far as where my video-blogcasts were being hosted. So I thought that rather than re-find the link on the Blogcast Repository (because I know they’re still there, and it’s a great site and I think you should still visit them sometime soon), I would take this opportunity to learn how to use the resources we have here at Microsoft in the form of our company streaming media services.
So… if you’ve seen them already, you can skip over these. I’m going to post one every couple of days. I don’t want you to have too much of a good thing all at once. <heh>
Here is video #1, taken June 5, 2005.
Your such a ham with a camera. Loved the "yea baby" as you got closer to the TechNet signage. Geek love. :)
Time for some samba lessons...
Since when does he need a camera to be a ham? ;-)
Of course, a certain amount of "hamminess" is necessary in your line of work. The last live event I was at kept people interested. I didn't see one Physics Nod(TM) in the audience despite the lack of strong coffee.