Scott Hanselman

TechEd 2006 In Conclusion

June 22, '06 Comments [4] Posted in TechEd | PowerShell | Ruby | Speaking | CodeRush
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And a lovely time was had by all at TechEd 2006 this year. I did two talks, one with Patrick Cauldwell, who I've been speaking with for darn near ten years now, and one with Keith Pleas, this being my first time with Keith. Both talks went over pretty well considering the hard drive crashes and laptop LCDs dying that the audience didn't see. Thanks so very much to Simon Guest and Marty Collins for having us and for the privilege of speaking in the Architecture Track.

See you next year!

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Scott Hanselman is a former professor, former Chief Architect in finance, now speaker, consultant, father, diabetic, and Microsoft employee. He is a failed stand-up comic, a cornrower, and a book author.

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Thursday, June 22, 2006 7:29:20 PM UTC
Thought I would let you know...(and you've probably heard this a lot already)...your talks held at TechEd were incredible. By far the best I saw. The "Dirty Soap" discussion was particularly well done. I really enjoyed it. Thanks!
Brett Grego
Friday, June 23, 2006 12:15:36 AM UTC
"I may have talked too enthusiastically to them and given the wrong first impression, though."

Not at all. I thoroughly enjoyed our conversation, and I regret that I had to leave while you and Ian were still talking about CodeRush. :-(


Saturday, June 24, 2006 10:59:20 PM UTC
Hi Scott!

I have read your 'Look at Me' @ Coding4Fun -- it is great!

Could you help me -- how could I record video stream from webcam using .NET 3.0?

Thanks in advance!

Dmitry Alekseenko
Dmitry Alekseenko
Wednesday, July 05, 2006 2:16:34 PM UTC
Hi Scott,

I'm really happy that I got a chance to meet you at your Beantown.Net presentation. I really enjoyed the session and learned a lot.

Chris Jackson
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