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Well, its already that time. I’ll be flying into New Orleans tonight at about 9 pm, and am looking forward to connecting with some friends and taking in the sights and sounds of this great city. Its been about 9 years since I’ve been there and am curious to see how the city has changed since the storm.

Conferences are always a great chance to connect with old friends, make new friends, and learn and share with others passionate about technology. TechEd 2010 will be no exception.image

If you’re in The Learning Center next week, stop by and say hi. I’ll be at the Windows Server AppFabric, WCF & WF booth (Booth#: TLC/Blue/ASI) doing some demos and talking to folks about the exciting capabilities Windows Server AppFabric brings to the enterprise Business Platform.

I also hope you’ll join me for what I hope will be an inspiring discussion on the Windows Azure AppFabric Service Bus. You can find more information about the session here: http://rickgaribay.net/archive/2010/04/26/teched-north-america-2010.aspx and make sure to add it to your schedule using session builder by selecting “Birds-of-a-Feather” under Types and “Windows Server AppFabric” under Product Technology (note: should actually be in the Azure AppFabric category, we are working to fix this). This will be a highly interactive discussion with participants influencing the discussion.


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