“I still remember the day very clearly. It was Monday, October 27, 2003. Several thousand developers – and, let’s face it, quite a few garden variety Windows enthusiasts – charged into Hall A at the Los Angeles Convention Center like teenage girls at a Justin Timberlake concert, volleying for the best seats. I’ve been to more Bill Gates keynotes than I can count, and this was the first time I ever saw anyone climb over other people in order to secure a better view (no offense to Mr. Gates, but he’s not exactly a dynamic speaker). It was PDC 2003 and everything was right with my world.” Read more of the editorial here.