What is UDS?

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on 18 October 2010

We’ve been talking a lot about UDS but some of you out there might not know what it is. Duncan McGregor, one of my colleagues, has had this very conversation with a speaker who will be attending this UDS. He took some time to compose a blog post explaining what the summit is all about.

It’s well worth a read 🙂

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