Bing: What’s Happening.

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Wondering what’s going on with the world’s first decision engine? In this session we’ll show some of the recent features you may not know about in Bing that help overcome search overload and focus on helping people make faster, more informed decisions. If you want to be in the know about how Bing is moving the search experience forward, this session (along with Q&A) is for you.

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Stefan Weitz


Stefan Weitz is a Director of Search at Microsoft and is charged with working with people and organizations across the industry to promote and improve Search technologies. While focused on Microsoft’s product line, he works across the industry to understand searcher behavior and in his role as an evangelist for Search, gathers and synthesizes feedback to drive product improvements. Prior to Search, Stefan led the strategy to develop the next generation MSN portal platform and developed Microsoft’s muni WiFi strategy, leading the charge to blanket WiFi across metropolitan cities. A 12-year Microsoft veteran, he has worked in various groups including Windows Server, Security, and IT. Stefan is a huge gadget ‘junkie’ and can often be found in electronics shops across the world looking for the elusive perfect piece of tech.

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Stefan Andreasen
10/22/2009 3:08am PDT

Impressive features and user interface, I already changed to Bing as my default search engine. I will know in a few weeks if it will stick.

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Sharon Cordesse
10/21/2009 3:12am PDT

Great session! Now this Mac user wants to try Bing!

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