September, 2005

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    Women & Tech lunch at PDC

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    I just wanted to also post a note about the Women and Tech Luncheon at the PDC, which grew out of an idea some of us had at lunch a few months ago. Jennifer Ritzinger's been doing such a good job with it I haven't figured out many ways to help, despite...
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    Indigo Roadshow

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    I think that brings us more or less to today, and why I was trapped in Atlanta airport overnight. The current big thing I’m working on is the Indigo User Group tour: we’re sending a couple speakers from the Web Services Strategy team on a ten-city tour...
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    Indigo Roadshow: SoCal

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    Last week, Payam Shodjai and I did the third stop of the roadshow in Orange County , CA . It was a little quieter than our other roadshow stops so far, but we got some great questions. One question in particular that both Payam and I couldn’t answer for...
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    The Team

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    After just posting about both Rich and Payam, I realized that I hadn’t actually explained who they are. The Web Services Strategy team is currently made of me, Richard Turner , and Payam Shodjai, working under Ari Bixhorn. Rich and Payam both used to...
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    the PDC post

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    Theoretically, I’m on vacation now, and therefore shouldn’t be touching a computer. But in reality I’m out at home in rural America , and the most interesting thing around is our new wireless network. So, why not post? This is the belated PDC post...
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    TechEd

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    Next on the list was TechEd Orlando, where Indigo and the Distributed Systems Group were part of the Connected Systems Infrastructure track. I was lucky enough to do a demo in Bob Muglia’s general session. In that talk, I presented a healthcare...
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