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"Fast blog? Why would you say that?"
I assumed it, because the people contributing to this brand new product team blog, the Windows Server Performance Team blog, are all about anything relating to performance. So they might also be quick, efficient, or otherwise performant in other areas of their lives. All they think about is computing performance in Microsoft products. Performance of the processor. Performance of networking. Performance in the form of reducing power consumption.
This week I've been attending an internal technical training conference called TechReady, and am just now about to get up from my seat after attending a talk by Microsoft Product Manager Bill Karagounis all about performance improvements in Windows Server 2008. I won't go into the details here, but the technology and the statistics around various ways Windows Server 2008 is head-and-shoulders above anything previously released is pretty impressive. So I wanted to make sure you all get this blog into your feed list, and watch for good information coming from this group.