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Exchange Conference Back, Build Show Sold Out

One of my fondest semi-early memory of a dedicated Microsoft shows was an Exchange conference in New Orleans, despite the fact that it was mid-summer. A FoxPro event in Orlando was a close runner up because the attendee loved their product so dang much. Foxpro memories welcome at [email protected]

It's been 10 years since Microsoft had an Exchange show, but the Microsoft Exchange Conference is back, baby, and will be held late next month in Orlando (my apologies to FoxPro fans but there's nary a track on this old beauty).

Meanwhile, Build, built for developers, is waiting list only and is up in Redmond in late October. Build is all about Windows 8 applications, and I expect this event to jumpstart a pretty cool Metro (oops, can I still call it that?) library.

What was your favorite computer show? Votes and descriptions welcome at [email protected]

Posted by Doug Barney on 08/15/2012 at 1:19 PM


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