TechEd 2008 Track Session Planning need your feedback

So our Track Owners are busy working on making TechEd 2008 the best experience for you in terms of deep and relevant technical content. Here are a few blog posts with some of the proposed sessions, feel free to leave them comments around what you would like to see.

Jeff Alexander – Windows Server Track Planning
Rocky Heckman – Security Track Planning
Johann Kruse – Unified Communications Track Planning
Robbie Upcroft – Small Business Server Pre Day Planning
Andrew Coates – WOW! The Technology of TechEd Track Planning
Nigel Watson – Architecture Track Planning
Alistair Speirs – Office System Track Planning
Darryl Burling – Web Technology Track Planning

You can also chat to the track owners online

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Comments (1)

  1. Rob Prideaux says:

    Why are Microsoft Partnerts given no consideration toward fees at TechEd.

    The cost in dollars is bad enough – then add 4 days away from a small business – accom and travel – while the corp attendees get it paid for by their large companies.