Chalk talk completed…


The first thing I had to do at Tech Ed this year was a chalk talk on the Data Encryption Toolkit for Mobile PCs that I just finished.  The session was pretty heavily attended, with all chairs filled and lots of folks sitting on the sides and standing in the back.  Basically, I talked about the DET for about an hour, and fielded lots of good questions from the attendees. 


It was cool to do a chalk talk instead of a breakout because it is much smaller and much less formal.  In fact, you are not supposed to use slides at all for a chalk talk (I threw in a few… Come on, I’m a PM for cryin’ out loud!).


For the rest of today and Tuesday I am an attendee, with no official responsibilities, so I will be attending sessions and taking in the show like everyone else.  After that I’m really busy working at the booth (Security and Compliance), running my side meeting and doing other stuff, but until then I can just enjoy myself…

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