"All-star bloggers" group liveblogging at PDC 2008

I'm proud to announce that Neowin will be participating in a live blog of the daily keynote's from next weeks Microsoft Professional Developers conference in Los Angeles.

Microsoft enthusiast and blogger Long Zheng arranged a group liveblogging and he has gathered "seven of the most interesting Microsoft bloggers" for this interesting collaborative effort.

The liveblogging will include Ed Bott, Kip Kniskern, Long Zheng, Mary Jo Foley, Paul Thurrott, Rafael Rivera and myself Tom Warren.

We are all going to be contributing to a single Coveritlive liveblog so you'll be able to read all of us live from this and everyone else's site. The different opinions/commentary each of us will provide should make it an interesting read.

The link to read the liveblog will be embedded into our PDC section. Our PDC coverage will include all the latest on Windows Strata, cloud computing, Live Mesh and of course Windows 7. We will have our own dedicated section to PDC where you can keep up with the latest news, photos and videos of everything PDC.

View: Neowin PDC 2008

Coverage of the following keynotes:

  • Monday, October 27 8:30am - 10:30am (PDT)
    Keynote – Ray Ozzie, Amitabh Srivastava, Bob Muglia and David Thompson
  • Tuesday, October 28 11:00am - 12:30pm (PDT)
    Keynote - Chris Anderson and Don Box
  • Tuesday, October 28 8:30am - 10:30am (PDT)
    Keynote - Ray Ozzie, Steven Sinofsky, Scott Guthrie and David Treadwell
  • Wednesday, October 29 8:30am - 10:00am (PDT)
    Keynote - Rick Rashid

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Tom you should see about getting on the TWiT or Windows Weekly podcasts with Paul and Leo Laporte (I think Ed Bott is also going to be on) while you're attending PDC! I've always though some collaboration between TWiT and Neowin would be incredible and prove to be incredibly beneficial to both parties. I know Leo has a lot of fans here.

Ballmer doesn't seem like a very "technical" person, which is what PDC is about, the technology. He'll show up when they start trying to push Windows 7.

IceBreakerG said,
Ballmer doesn't seem like a very "technical" person, which is what PDC is about, the technology. He'll show up when they start trying to push Windows 7.

On the contrary, he is brighter than Bill Gates at Math. He has the skills of an actuary, he understands his Company's technologies. I think that would make home a technical person. Not because you don't write code doesn't mean you are not technical. The last time Billg wrote a line of code was in 1983, that doesn't mean he is not technical, in fact I think he is too technical.

Great names! Too bad I won't be able to join you guys in the blogging action.
Good luck ... 4 keynotes .. pff .. you'll need it