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TechFest 2008
TechFest 2008

Microsoft Research’s TechFest is an annual event that brings researchers from Microsoft’s labs around the world to Redmond to share their latest work with the product teams. Attendees experienced some of the freshest, most innovative technologies emerging from Microsoft’s research efforts. The event provided a forum in which product teams and researchers can discuss the incredible work occurring in the labs, thereby encouraging effective technology transfer into Microsoft products.

Keynote Speakers

Rick Rashid, senior vice president, Microsoft Research, and Craig Mundie, chief research and strategy officer, Microsoft.

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