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Anders talking about C# enhancements.
Anders talking about C# enhancements.
Me, Carl Franklin, and Mark Dunn in the Westin Hotel.
Me, Carl Franklin, and Mark Dunn in the Westin Hotel.

The INETA Allstars Band... Carl Franklin on guitar, Jeff Prosise on drums, G. Andrew Duthie vocals, Richard Hale Shaw on bass, and Shawn Wildermuth on acoustic.
The INETA Allstars Band… Carl Franklin on guitar, Jeff Prosise on drums, G. Andrew Duthie vocals, Richard Hale Shaw on bass, and Shawn Wildermuth on acoustic.

Alex Lowe, Scott Watermasysk, Steve Smith, me, and Bill Evjen.
Alex Lowe, Scott Watermasysk, Steve Smith, me, and Bill Evjen.

Michiel van Otegem and me at the Ask the Experts session.
Michiel van Otegem and me at the Ask the Experts session.

(The guy who wrote XML Serialization... forgot name!), Christoph Schittko, me, Dan Wahlin, and Doug Purdy at the Ask the Experts session.
(The guy who wrote XML Serialization… forgot name!), Christoph Schittko, me, Dan Wahlin, and Doug Purdy at the Ask the Experts session.

Chris Sells and Tim Ewald at the Expo.
Chris Sells and Tim Ewald at the Expo.

Doing damage at the Westin Bonaventure.  Steve Smith, Alex Lowe, Scott Cate, Scott Watermasysk, Christian Weyer, and Jeff Key.
Doing damage at the Westin Bonaventure. Steve Smith, Alex Lowe, Scott Cate, Scott Watermasysk, Christian Weyer, and Jeff Key.

Me and Susan Warren at Anders' C# presentation.  (Side note:  she confessed that the XML Edit Grid took her all of 45 minutes, and was created as a demo to someone else.)
Me and Susan Warren at Anders’ C# presentation. (Side note: she confessed that the XML Edit Grid took her all of 45 minutes, and was created as a demo to someone else.)

(Front) Me, Omri Gazitt.  (back) Dan Wahlin, Christian Weyer, Yasser Shohoud, Christoph Schittko at the Ask the Experts session. XML is Freedom.
(Front) Me, Omri Gazitt. (back) Dan Wahlin, Christian Weyer, Yasser Shohoud, Christoph Schittko at the Ask the Experts session. XML is Freedom.