For those of you who don't already know, I recently moved on to a role as a Mobility Architect and am therefore no longer working in MCB Developer Marketing as a Product Manager.  This means I will now be working with some of our largest customers to help them design and implement Windows Mobile solutions for their respective organizations.  I'll miss not working closely with Loke Uei, Brian, and Khush but luckily I'm still close by in building 119.

One of my commitments as a Windows Mobile Product Manager was to ensure that the Windows Mobile Developer Center on MSDN was supplied with fresh content every month to help educate our developer community.  This content comes in the form of articles, webcasts, how-to videos, and virtual labs just to name a few.  Even though I've moved to another group inside Microsoft, I've committed to help keep the MSDN site flush with content until the end of our Fiscal year (the end of this June) while my replacement is being found.  So you don't have to worry about the site suddenly becoming stale due to a lack of content.

The most important thing I have going on this year is that I'm the Windows Mobile Track Program Manager for Tech Ed Developers this June.  I'm continuing to fulfill that role and look forward to seeing all of you in Orlando.  We've taken the very best Windows Mobile and Embedded breakout sessions, labs, and chalk talks from MEDC and have integrated them into Tech Ed Developers.  You'll see lots of familiar faces including the "dream-team" of MVP speakers that you're accustomed to seeing at MEDC in Vegas and around the world.  If you're looking to learn about the latest cutting-edge techniques and technologies for Windows Mobile and Embedded, don't miss this important event!

Rob