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The annual Tech-Ed show takes place this week, and I'm jetting off to Los Angeles to take in all the action. With the economy in tough straits and fears over swine flu lingering, attendance is expected to be way down. That's just the reality of conferences these days.

I'm there to see third parties, the lifeblood of the Windows market. Want to know what third parties we'll be talking about? Check out our exclusive Tech-Ed preview, and tune in Wednesday and Friday for newsletter updates.

Posted by Doug Barney on 05/11/2009 at 1:16 PM


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