Tech·Ed is Microsoft's largest annual customer conference for IT Pros and developers from around the world.
More than 12,000 customers, partners, journalists, industry analysts, and Microsoft staff converged on Boston for 480 breakout sessions, 300 chalk talks, 120 hands-on labs, hundreds of product demonstrations and countless hours of networking and information sharing with Microsoft experts as well as partners and industry peers.
The keynote address featured Microsoft Senior Vice President Bob Muglia along with Chief Technical Officer Ray Ozzie and Corporate Vice President Chris Capossela discussing challenges facing an increasingly important set of people in organizations today-the IT professionals and development teams who are on point to ensure the business stays up and running.
In this interview, we get a feeling for the event from Paul Stork who is working on one of the labs at Tech-Ed and called in from Boston.
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June 16, 2006 Interview