Join us for the BUILD keynotes group liveblog: 13th & 14th September


If you haven’t heard by now, BUILD is the Microsoft conference to watch this year. Next week, Windows’s Steven Sinofsky and co. will be taking the secrecy wrap off Windows 8 for its grand developer debut.

If you can’t make it to sunny Anaheim, your favorite Microsoft bloggers will be bringing the keynotes live to the comfort of your computer desk.

Join Ed Bott, Mary Jo Foley, Kip Kniskern, Rafael Rivera, Paul Thurrott, Tom Warren and I on Tuesday the 13th and Wednesday the 14th at 9am for what should be two spectacular keynotes discussing the next major version of Windows. Make sure you don’t miss out.

And if you happen to be in Anaheim, make sure to check out the BUILD Blogger Bash where you can meet all of us in person. No actual bashing allowed though.

10 insightful thoughts

  1. So the seven of you get early access to Windows 8 private builds and such, eh? I bet you all know a lot more but under NDA than what’s been already announced so far.

    1. Does it REALLY matter whether or not they get access to unleaked builds? O_o The beta will be unveiled soon, so I’m sure there won’t be a lot to feel jealous about as these unleaked builds will probably be essentially the same as what the beta will be, just one or two builds off being the beta. πŸ˜‰

      1. It doesn’t matter now when everything is revealed tommorrow. How does it not matter prior to that? πŸ™‚ For the first time, PDC and WinHEC’s combined. I am more excited about downloading the PPTX and WMVs for the sessions than the keynote.

  2. Oh how great, Paul and Rafael get to contribute their valuable insights to the conversation again. And by that I mean they get to act jaded and cynical about everything they see.

    1. I can’t speak for Rafael, but Paul isn’t always jaded or cynical about Microsoft. And in a way, I’d rather have someone like Paul and not someone like David Pogue that ra-ras everything Apple.

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