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June 25, 2007

The Engineering Excellence & Trustworthy Computing Forum This Week

If you work at Microsoft, this is a great opportunity to (as the announcement mail put it) "share best practices, connect with peers, and celebrate the achievements of our inventive employees."

I blogged about the Forum 2 years ago, before I worked in Engineering Excellence (last year I didn't talk too much about it, except a mention in this article, although I attended almost the entire thing). This year I am involved in 2 of the sessions: I am giving a talk entitled "Quality for Managers" on Wednesday at 11 am, and I am the moderator of the "Cross-Discipline Scrum Panel" on Friday at 1 pm. That last one is going to be webcast internally, due to high registration. There are lots of other great talks at the Forum, including keynotes from Bill and Steve, so I encourage all employees to spend some time there this week.

Posted by AdamBa at June 25, 2007 05:17 PM

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