As you know, I’ve been in Redmond for the past week, and have spent a lot of time with a Windows Phone device. I can’t write about a lot of that experience yet, but I did interview Microsoft’s Charlie Kindel and Greg Sullivan on the record, and much of that appears in this article this morning on the SuperSite. (I’ll have a bit more from this interview in the Windows IT Pro print magazine as well.)
I sat down with Microsoft partner group program manager Charlie Kindel and senior product manager Greg Sullivan to discuss some of the Windows Phone issues that have come up publicly since Microsoft unveiled the system in February and then expanded on that at MIX in March. And this, at least, was on the record.
As an aside, I’ve known both of these guys for a long time, and their moves from other parts of Microsoft to join the Windows Phone team has done much to stoke my excitement about this product. And while I can’t really discuss many things I learned this week, I have yet to encounter anything about Windows Phone to quell the enthusiasm. So far, this thing just continues to impress.
But there are questions.