Reading list from “How IT will change in the next 10 years”

At Windows Connections two weeks ago, during my keynote speech “How IT will change in the next 10 years and why you should care,” I mentioned several books worth reading. Many of you have asked for the list; here it is: The Cathedral and the Bazaar by Eric S. Raymond The Wisdom of Crowds by…

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TechEd 2009: Never too early to start planning

What’s on your mind? What do you want to learn more about? Tell me, tell me… Oh, and for 2009 I plan to stay at TechEd US for both weeks. I want to start spending more time with developers — they need some security love too 🙂

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Videos of some of my presentations

TechNet Spotlight features videos of many presentations from our TechEd conferences. Here are some of mine. It’s 11:00 PM, do you know where your data is?IT Forum: TechEd Europe, November 2007 The fortified data center in your futureTechEd US, June 2007 Windows Mobile 6 security in depthTechEd US, June 2007 Making the tradeoff: be secure…

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My presentations at TechEd 2007

Hello everyone! Yes, it’s been a while since I’ve written. I’ve been pretty busy lately with a security roadshow in Southeast Asia. It’s become an annual thing, it’s a lot of fun, and I get to spend a good amount of time in what’s becoming my favorite area of the world. Anyway, the planning for…

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Speaking at TechMentor and WinConnections again

Looks like this is becoming a regular thing for me. I like both these events very much. Their smaller size allows me to spend more time with individual folks between sessions. TechMentor is 9-13 October in Las Vegas. I’m delivering three presentations: Windows Vista system integrity technologies Windows Vista firewall and IPsec enhancements Attacker trends…

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Update to my appearances

Some dates have changed: we had to move the days for the Southeast Asia roadshow in Viet Nam. Also, I’m speaking at MEDC (Mobile and Embedded DevCon) this year — a presentation on how Microsoft’s IT department secures mobile computing. I’ve updated the calendar here: http://blogs.technet.com/steriley/archive/2006/01/25/418058.aspx.

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Security summits and seminars around the world

Wow! After what seemed like a too-short month off (December), the work has resumed with vigorous intensity. Here are my public appearances in the coming weeks and months: 24 Jan : Beyond the Firewall security seminar in Jakarta7-8 Feb : I.T. Professional’s Conference in Mumbai (Bombay)27-28 Feb : community gathering and security seminar in Adelaide1-2 Mar : community gathering…

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My music

Those of you who’ve seen me speak at various events know that I like to play my own music before the presentations begin. In industry parlance, this is called “walk-in music.” My experience, though, is that many times the music they provide is better described as “walk-in, lie down, and go night-night music”! Think about…

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Some videos of me

Microsoft UK has posted videos of various European events of the past year. Various speakers are featured, including Andreas Luther, Dennis Karlinsky, Eileen Brown, Graham Calladine, Jesper Johansson, John Craddock, Justin Alderson, Kalpit Jain, Kimberly Tripp, Mark Licata, Mark Cribben, Mat Young, Paul Cullimore, Rafal Lukawiecki, Ryan Burkhardt, Sally Storey, Scott Schnoll, Steve Riley, and…

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Updated TechEd worldwide -- new China dates

The dates for TechEd China have changed (venue issues), and I’ve added another city. Here’s the updated list: Europe, in Amsterdam (4-8 July)Japan, in Yokohama (2-5 August)Asia, in Singapore (24-26 August)New Zealand, in Auckland (28-31 August)Australia, in Gold Coast (31 August – 2 September)China, in Shanghai (19-20 September)China, in Beijing (23-25 September)Taiwan, in Taipei (27-29 September)Hong…

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