Scott Hanselman

Keynote - Amazon.com and conclusion

October 27, 2003 Comment on this post [6] Posted in XML | Web Services
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* Next, Alan Vermeulen, the CTO from Amazon.com is here to talk about what Amazon is working on around Web Services.
* He's showing a Smart Client that interfaces with Amazon WS.  I've taken video clips of the interface in action, I'll put them up soon.
* There's a calendar of product releases, and you can then overlay your calendar.
* They'll have the demos available at their booth...I'm all over this.  The Amazon guys did a great job at the XMLDevCon and its good to see that they are still cutting edge.

Jim Alchin is wrapping up now...that's all for the FOUR HOUR KEYNOTE.

Time to rest my thumbs.

Sigh.
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October 27, 2003 19:49
Excellent job Scott! Thanks
October 27, 2003 19:53
For those not at the PDC your blog is great. Thanks Scott and I hope your blog is updated just as much throughout the rest of the PDC.
October 27, 2003 20:16
Thanks for your work on this Scott, very exciting following along (on the edge of my seat!) I practically feel like I'm at the PDC when reading... :)

Isn't there an easier interface for typing on that blackberry?? I hope your thumbs last long enough to keep us posted!!
October 27, 2003 20:27
Great work Scott! Feel right at home following your blog. Keep it up!
October 27, 2003 21:37
Great stuff Scott! Thanks for sharing all this info with us and that too on a real-time basis. Looking forward to some "eye candy" :)
October 27, 2003 21:46
Man, u'r the best!

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