If you’ve seen me at all in the last few weeks, I’ve probably been gushing about MIX10. Now in its fifth year, MIX is the Microsoft event I’ve been dying to go to, year after year.
And now I’m here, in Las Vegas. And MIX10 starts in around 48 hours.
If you’re here, too, great – let me know so I can get you on the invite to the Irish attendees St. Patrick’s Day party (I’m aware that it’s a bit strange letting the American plan the Irish holiday, but ah well). You’ll also be getting exclusive access to SDKs, great swag and probably the most valuable thing of all: the chance to meet and talk to lots of developer and designer superstars, speakers, product groups and more.
If you’re not here, there are plenty of ways to get all of the MIX10 content, announcements and excitement.
KEYNOTES: From 9am Pacific Time (GMT – 8 hours) on Monday March 15th and Tuesday March 16th, you can watch the keynote live featuring Scott Guthrie, Joe Belfiore, Dean Hachamovitch, Doug Purdy and Bill Buxton here: http://live.visitmix.com
INTERVIEWS: Channel9 will be making the rounds talking with keynote speakers, attendees, product groups and more. They’ll be streaming live all day and you can find their schedule here: http://channel9.msdn.com/posts/NicFill/Channel-9-Live-at-MIX10--Who-What-Why-When-and-How/
ASK QUESTIONS: Just because you’re not here doesn’t mean you can’t ask your own questions. Submit questions for Channel9 to them live on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ch9live
MAKE ME WORK: I confess, a bonus part of my job in coming here is that I have the opportunity in person to entice experts, speakers, developers, designers and more to come visit us in Ireland. Is there someone you’d like to have visit? Or a question you’d like the answer to about product road maps, etc? I’m your virtual attendee. Let me know how I can help.
CATCH UP AFTERWARDS: One of my favourite things about MIX has been the way they share content for all the sessions afterwards. This is *the best* way to watch a conference if you can’t be there in person. So take a look through the sessions after they’re posted to http://videos.visitmix.com and learn more about what was presented here.