Here we are, only three short weeks away from our MIX10 event in Las Vegas. It’s been over 5 months (!) since my last update…the longest dry spell in my 5+ year blogging history. My front page still has old PDC2008 information on it! Anyway, I’m long overdue for a MIX10-related post, and I have a lot to cover, so I’m going to do this in bullet-point form and in no particular order.
I hope to see you at MIX10!
"Best of all, attendees will receive exclusive free developer support. "
what does this mean? Microsoft always releases there SDK to the public, or does it include hardware?
I also created a site that list all of the events / after parties that are happening at mix. <a href="http://www.visitmixevents.info/'>http://www.visitmixevents.info/">http://www.visitmixevents.info/</a>.
Anyone can create an event on the site (once logged in). There is an RSS and iCal feed to the site as well as a mobile version.
Why isn't Ray Ozzie among the keynoters?
@dieter: Unfortunately, I can't elaborate on what that statement means until MIX10.
@Jim: Who keynotes at any given event depends completely on the topics that are being featured at that event. Additionally, we're often limited by the amount of time we can devote to our general sessions. I think you'll find that our keynoters accurately reflect the content we'll be presenting on stage (and online) at MIX10. BTW, if you missed PDC09, you can watch Ray Ozzie's keynote online: http://microsoftpdc.com/Sessions/KEY01
First Time at Mix this year. Thanks for the student discount! Do I need to register for the sessions individually not that I'm registered for the whole event?
@Tim: Welcome to MIX10! I'm sure you're going to love it. No need to register for any sessions...they're first-come, first-serve. Show up at whichever session you'd like. If a session isn't any good, leave the session and walk over to another. No reservations required.