Danny Thorpe blogs about a MIX session about a windows Live technology that is SO secret that the sesison title and abstract are not in the MIX session list.
the buzz is building about the “secret session” that isn’t listed on any of the printed schedules, nor on the billboard at the room entrance. We unequivocally cannot confirm or deny that it may or may not be scheduled at 11:45 in room Lando 4204, entitled “Windows Live Data services” and presented by the devlive team’s king of privacy paranoia, Yaron Goland. We deny any involvement in annotating the room signage with a sharpie of unknown origin.
The session is real, but it was withheld from the printed matter to avoid showing our hand too early. It is actually listed in the online schedule. I can’t tell you about it (yet), but it should be a knockout session. Maybe not quite as sexy as spinning video cube Silverlight eye candy, but I’m sure it’ll get a rise out of the true data diehards who manage to actually find this session.
his post is also a fun read on hanging out in the speaker lounge with Anders Hejlsberg, and chatting with folks like John Lam and Miguel de Icaza. He refers to them as power hitters. Perhaps he doesn’t realize that he’s considered one of them! 😉
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