During a keynote of Eric Rudder, senior vice president for server and tools at the Professional Developer Conference this morning here in Los Angeles, Microsoft unveiled its Expression suite of graphical applications.
The average consumer shouldn't get too excited about this, but it will appeal to corporate developers, and then mostly graphic designers who have to work with those developers.
Delegates didn't see much of Rudder himself, as the stage only after a brief introduction and let corporate vice president David Treadwell do most of the work.
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