You Don’t Have to Be Bored in Mid-March!

There are several exciting events this month that I wanted to make sure you didn’t miss out on.

TechDays SF – 3/22 and 3/23, San Francisco, CA

Is TechEd North America too far away?  Do you not have the training and travel budget you hoped for this year?  Maybe you are looking for a local event that more than one of the IT Pros in your company can attend… Look no further – TechDays SF is on March 22nd and 23rd, located in downtown San Francisco.  Don’t miss out on this great event for IT Professionals!

Speakers and Topics will include:
  • Stephen Rose (Microsoft) – Windows 7 Deployment
  • Harold Wong (Microsoft) – Exchange 2010 and Lync
  • Joey Snow (Microsoft) – How the Cloud will Impact IT Pros
  • Chris Avis (Microsoft) – System Center
  • Mark Minasi (Microsoft MVP, Author)- 10 Things to Know about Windows 2008 R2 Server; Windows 8 Server
  • Darren Mar-Elia (Microsoft MVP, Author) – Best Practice for Group Policy Design
  • Jason Helmick (Author) – Powershell Beginner and Advanced
  • Richard Hicks (Microsoft MVP) – DirectAccess; Microsoft Forefront
  • Steven Evans (Microsoft MVP) – IIS 7 for IT Pros; Windows Failover Clustering
  • Chris Henley (Veeam Software, Author) – Backup Solutions
  • CA Callahan (Author) – SharePoint
… And many more, check out the speakers ( and session abstracts ( for more information.  This fabulous two-day line up is only $300 if you sign up now.  Register at, early bird pricing ends soon!

Microsoft VIP Event – 3/18, Santa Clara Microsoft Store, 2855 Stevens Creek Blvd

See Windows 8 at a private VIP after-hours evening gathering at the local Microsoft Store. Play with Windows 8 in an immersive environment while we celebrate, network, and talk modern apps. Experience new Metro style gadgets that revolutionize a whole new generation of cool.

Microsoft IT Camp – 3/19, Mountain View, CA

IT Camps are semi-structured, no-fluff events exclusively designed to serve IT professionals.  They are a free, in-person learning event for anyone seeking professional development as it applies to IT Professionals.  The agenda is intended to deliver a technical overview and hands-on experience that is less formal or structured than traditional instructor-led training.

Participants will have a chance to perform hands on activities / exercises individually or as a team.  At the end of the day, we encourage everyone to share their thoughts and experiences with the rest of the group.  Come prepared to have fun, be excited, and interact in a group.


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