As a new Windows MVP I'll be having my first meetings next week with Microsoft at their UK head office in Reading. It's going to be very interesting as it’s my first official visit to the company and, more importantly, a meeting that’s been requested by them rather than me.
I’ll be meeting with the Windows and the Windows Phone teams and touring their “Technology Centre” with all their cutting-edge prototypes, which I’m certain will be extremely interesting, and will take far longer for me to get round than the time they’ve got pencilled in for it!
I thought it only fair and reasonable to throw the doors open to you, the fantastic readers at gHacks to get out there any and all questions you’d like me to ask when I’m there. You might want to know about legacy support, Windows 8, Windows Phone sales projections or the future of Kinect. I’ll also be taking my camera to document all the cool stuff I expect to find (and will hopefully get to play with) in the technology centre.
So feel free to submit all your questions below in the comments, I’ll be subscribing and will keep them all safe in my email. No question is too silly, believe me I’ll a fair few myself, and I’ll try and get any many in as I can during my meetings there or afterwards by email.
I'll also be tweeting live from Microsoft on the experience and what I see and find out. You can follow these tweets live on Wednesday 20th April from 11am (UK BST), 3am (PST) by following me here.Advertisement
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