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HardwareTablet PCNo TechEd this year

No TechEd this year

I’m not going to TechEd this year. I thought about it, but I have another obligation in the middle of the week on the other coast, so it became impractical to fly back and forth. Further, as timing would have it, I couldn’t have gone anyway. My grandmother in California is having a tough time and I know above all else I need to get over there to see her this week.

All this being said, I know I’m going to miss a couple things at TechEd that I’m very interested in. I very much interested in Office 2007’s RibbonX technology. I have a couple “can RibbonX do this or that” questions,” questions which I know are best asked person to person. I’m also keenly interested to hear what the OneNote API is. I’ve long hoped for a more open OneNote app. Are we getting closer?

Right now I’m listening to the Sunday afternoon Keynote. Currently Ray Ozzie is talking. He’s talking about Windows Live Services.

Loren Heiny (1961 - 2010) was a software developer and author of several computer language textbooks. He graduated from Arizona State University in computer science. His first love was robotics.

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