I was looking at channel 9 and realized that I don't have our MSDN Doctrine published. So here it is:
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- We focus on less slides and will show our attendees how the technology works (app sharing, desktop sharing,etc).
- We do it more than once daily; sometimes even during lunch and especially after lunch (PST time).
- No B.S. We don't push out marketing type content (even though we're in the Microsoft business marketing organization). If someone tries, we take them out back and beat the #&*% out of them.
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George, MSDN Webcasts