by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2006/11/01 09:00 -05:00, original URI: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/michkap/archive/2006/11/01/919328.aspx
Okay, some upcoming [restricted and non-restricted access] talks for people who enjoy my blather here and want to see if it is as much fun in person!
Thursday, November 2nd (2:30pm-4:00pm PT) -- for Microsoft MVPs only!
Vista Internationalization Update, a webcast that all Microsoft MVPs can check out by looking at the MVP Event Calendar (secure site, MVPs only)
(there is a plan to do additional webcasts for other areas of the world at better times, but I do not have dates yet)
(if you aren't an MVP, the link will actually take you to information about the program; if you are one, then the webcast will be recorded for later viewing)
Thursday, November 16th (11:30am-12:20pm ET) -- at the 30th Internationalization and Unicode Conference in Washington D.C.
Keyboards on Win32: Beyond the Keyboard Layout Creator -- I won't be able to tell all, but I will be able to say plenty. :-)
Thursday, November 16th (5:00pm-5:30pm ET) -- at the 30th Internationalization and Unicode Conference in Washington D.C.
Sorting It All Out: More Words on Collation -- all new words, many of which focus on Vista and others on interesting linguistic issues!
I'll also be doing some booth time while I'm there, so walk up and introduce yourself if you're there!
Friday, December 1st (11:35am-1:00pm PT) -- for Microsoft Full Time Employees only!
Windows Architecture Changes for Custom Locales -- watch the [MS internal] Developer site for room info (Steptoe or Olympic)
(this is the talk rescheduled from last week and will actually be several weeks cooler due to some interesting questions I have gotten)
Of course if you aren't a Microsoft employee or a Microsoft MVP or in Washington, D.C. for the Unicode Conference, you can still find me here every day talking about whatever comes to mind....
Mihai on 1 Nov 2006 12:01 PM:
Good that I am reading this.
The MVP thing is listed as 3 to 4 pm.
I would hate to miss the first 30 minutes.
Michael S. Kaplan on 1 Nov 2006 4:34 PM:
With my luck, the 2:30 time will have been someone giving me a half hour to set up, and so at 3pm I'll have a bunch of surly people who have been waiting 30 minutes for the webcast to start! :-)
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