One Word - unbelievable. En francais - incroyable!
It has been one busy week with the added twist of having Montréal and Québec as the Eastern kick off cities - which also requires us to have the Decks translated earlier in the development cycle. But I am now at home for the weekend, my first two stops are done and after reviewing the evaluations quickly, you seemed to be very happy with the content and approach.
I've already gotten a number of people emailing me and commenting about the ability to download the decks. The post event landing page can be found here. You will notice the links for the content all currently say "coming soon" - it's because I just touched bases with the web team and other internal contacts to get them uploaded. I will post here again when the site has been updated.
I wanted to remind everyone of 2 take aways I asked about during the event.
- If you are interested in helping us grow the Canadian Focused IT Content available online and here on this blog - email me or click on the "Got a Question" button on the left. I would LOVE to share your post / emails / ideas with the rest of the readership. You'll get full credit (write up a short paragraph bio, send me a headshot / picture - points for being funny!) for the article and you will feel GREAT about helping out the IT Pros in Canada.
- If you are running Windows Vista, Office 2007, Virtual Server 2005 R2 (or R2 SP1) in a PRODUCTION environment, let me know by using the "Got a Question" button on the left. I'd love to hear about your experiences so far with the products and how you are using it. I'll see what I can do to hook you up with more information to help you out with your trials.
I always love presenting in Montréal and Québec. You guys are a BLAST to be with.
What about the rest of Canada? Are you interested in having fun on one of the upcoming dates? I'll be in Vancouver (October 2nd-4th), Ottawa (October 4th-6th), Halifax (October 11th-12th) and wrapping up in Toronto (October 16th-18th). Make a point of introducing yourself (we don't bite) and maybe we can have a coffee / pint at a local establishment. 🙂