Jaws in July … oops … February

Earlier this year, at the MVP Conference in Redmond, a bunch of us Visio MVPs were filmed as we discussed the new upcoming features in Visio 2010. On reflection, I talk too much, Chris Roth has one eye on the camera, Michel Laplane (congratulations on your marriage!) looks like he is wearing pyjamas, Al Edlund and Scott Helmers are competing for goatee of the year award. Other than that, I think there are some good thoughts on what you can do with thee new features such as Visio Services and Diagramming Rules.

The video, Visio: Drawing on Experience at the Microsoft MVP Summit 2010, can be viewed at http://edge.technet.com/Media/Visio-Drawing-on-Experience-at-the-Microsoft-MVP-Summit-2010/


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