TechEd 2005 is coming, and guess who’s going to be there!?
Well, I’m not certain that I’m going yet per se, but my “camping my manager’s office with placards of hope” campaign is sure to pay off eventually.
I really enjoyed attending last year’s Tech.Ed in Canberra (my first) – it was a great way to get out amongst it, address a bunch of questions and generally bounce ideas around with other technology professionals. This year, I’m keen to do it all again, only in a warmer climate (I love the cold, but I wouldn’t knock back the Gold Coast).
Tech.Ed 2005: The Eye Of Hugh Grant
I’m waiting for the little “I’ll Be There!” hyperlink panels in convenient blog margin sizes to show up for this year. In the meantime, I suggest someone puts together a Tech.Ed 2005: The Eye Of Hugh Grant panel instead.
Freaky resemblance (at least when I’ve carved it down to the bit that resembles our banner). Ooh.
The two-minute details again:
Where: Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre
When: Aug 30 – Sep 2, 2005
What: Over a hundred sessions for 8 different tracks: Security; Server and Management Infrastructure; Messaging and Collaboration; Database; Developer; Smart Client and Mobile; Business Intelligence; and Architecture. There’ll also be hands-on labs, unprecedented access to Microsoft experts, certification promotions and post-event training opportunities.
Early-bird (until June 30) registration is now open.
Note for Premier Support Customers: Your Technical Account Manager will be organizing a group booking for your company, so don’t use the registration website yet, contact your Account TAM instead.
Questions, yell. I’ll try to find answers.