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Tech-Ed NorthAmerica 2011 Kicks Off

The Tech-Ed Keynote will kick off any minute now. I'll be in Atlanta tomorrow, but for the moment my cohort, Redmond Magazine Executive Editor Lee Pender, is at the conference to cover the proceedings. You can visit the Pender's Blog, over at sister magazine Redmond Channel Partner, for Lee's thoughts on the conference. You can also follow him on Twitter @leepender.

Not that Visual Studio Magazine won't be covering Tech-Ed from a developer standpoint. We'll be posting our coverage of today's keynote later this morning, and following that up with product coverage as well.

We look forward to a busy week in Atlanta!

Posted by Michael Desmond on 05/16/2011 at 1:15 PM


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