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This is a quite good panoramic view of the RAI Conference Center entry…and the Microsoft Billboards …
We attended the Chalk and Talk Session “Microsoft and Opensource” today… Actually a very interesting session, but I spare any comment on it here, just not to annoy anyone (which would otherwise be possible).
“Many customers have questions about Microsoft’s view of Open Source and its ability to coexist and interoperate in a Microsoft environment. The session aims to answer your questions about Open Source and provide information and guidance on Microsoft’s position on open Source. “
This is where the TechEd Europe 2005 takes place…well actually the TechEd Europe 2005 takes place BEHIND me when I took that picture…but possibly nobody will post THIS perspective
Well. The Keynote. It’s less than I expected -actually it’s a nearly 100 percent copy of the Orlando TechEd Keynote… damn! – I knew everything they would say… well said.
So here are some panoramic views for your pleasure:
so we’re nearly at the end of this day’s sessions and we’re already at the end of our powers…so we found a great place just in the corner of the hall to sit and relax a little bit…
In the first Session of todays series of “Windows Internal & Advanced Troubleshooting” Preconf Sessions Mark Russinovich and David Solomon talked about some tools and how to use them. Especially the Sysinternals Process Explorer was part of some very interesting demos.
Arrived! So we got here really early. And this year, after the really really ugly bag of the last years TechEd there is finally a great TechEd bag!!!
I told you it’s empty:
So. I think It’ll get crowded in a hour or something.
on the day we had our training Daimler Chrysler had an event on the track…so they had every car Daimler Chrysler is building for fun purpose…
Well, here are some more pictures and panoramic views.
Since my focus for this summit was on the mobile devices, Windows Mobile 5.0 in particular I only had the time to attend Track 3 which had the following talks:
But now some more pictures:
Frank Prengel and Dirk Primbs on the stage…
On wednesday I was in Munich for the Microsoft Technical Summit Tour 2005. Of course I made some panoramic views of the environment. Enjoy!
For teasing purposes here are some panoramic views of the excursion we made on this friday:
the audience is listening
the main entrance
This is the first bunch of pictures I’ve taken tonight at the party. It’s aweseome to see such a big hall enlightened and full of people. Even more impressive: the great music and video installations. Party on!
please excuse the noisy pictures…it’s just my A400.
Enjoy the beautiful pictures of the campus. The pictures were made my Tibor Kerekes.
You can get a panoramic view of that place here.
Of course I took some panoramic views at this years Student Technology Conference:
the way inside…just before the registration opens
Okay. It’s done. I’ve managed to create the perfect working environment for me.
From left to right:
Mac mini 1.42 Ghz+Bluetooth 1GB RAM + Samsung 910T + Apple Wireless Keyboard
custom built PC P4 2.8 Ghz 1GB RAM + Belinea 102580 + Highscreen 19″
HP compaq nc8000 centrino notebook (1.5 ghz) 1GB RAM
All three machines are hooked up to the FeM-Net which connects over 1500 machines across the campus with 100 Mbit and is connected to the university uplink with 1 Gbit.
One floor below in the server-room is the fileserver located where I store most of my data(about 800 GByte at the moment). This machine is connected with 1Gbit to the P4 and 100 Mbit to the other machines.
The best of this: it’s absolutely silent.
PS: okay it’s a bit of a show off… but I needed it because I really like my working environment now
Today the telematic lectures started – and I took the opportunity to make two panoramic views of the biggest lecture hall my university has to offer: the Audimax.
Hmm… white?! Okay… i just have one complain about the “living room of the future” as Siemens calls it: why the heck do i need 3 or 4 remote controls?! I mean: shouldn’t the living room of the future be easy to use… well maybe the 3 remotes on the TV-desk are all the same – just in case BillG drops in… and wants to watch a movie on the Mediacenter.
Iam criticising the fact that everybody that builds such “…of the future”-things just does not think about the fact that somebody has to use it, if the particular vision of this “…of the future”-thing comes true… – In the future i don´t want three … four remote controls, i don’t even want one! – I urge you engineers of the future: think of better ways to control all the gadgets and gizmos we will have in our home in the future!! PLEASE!
of course i took some panoramic views at CeBIT 05 – well without any tripod but i think they are not too bad. Click on them to get the really big picture.
tja, eigentlich warte ich ja auf den nächsten Vortrag “Malicious Code – Gefahren im Linuxbereich”..und deshalb hab ich mal dieses Panorama gemacht:
9267×1358 Pixel – draufklicken für gross
zur Auflockerung mal ein kleines Panorama das die CSN Rechentechnik auf dem Chemnitzer Linuxtag 2005 zeigt:
So, vor einiger Zeit waren Maria und ich (Andreas) auf Besuch in Erfurt und da lies ich es mir nicht nehmen, in der Erfurter Altstadt eine kleine Aufnahme zu machen…
(draufklicken für die volle Schönheit)