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Windows Connections in Las Vegas – November 9 – 12, 2009

Windows Connections in Las Vegas – November 9 – 12, 2009

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I just made a separate post for the Exchange Connections in Las Vegas next week.  This post is for the Windows Connections that is running at the same time.  Over the past few years, I’ve been delivering sessions on Exchange or OCS at the Exchange Connections in Las Vegas (and Orlando), but since we are “Launching” Exchange Server 2010 at the conference this year, the Exchange Product Group is out in force to deliver the Exchange sessions.

Luckily, I did still get asked to help out with Connections, but with the Windows side of it.  I will be delivering 4 sessions this year along with my team mates, Chris Henley and Chris Avis.  We will be speaking on “Microsoft Day”, November 10, 2009.  The schedule is as follows:

WindowsConnections2009LasVegasSchedule

The three of us will also be doing booth duty on November 11th and 12th so we will be around for the entire conference.  Just like with the Exchange Connections event, there will be great speakers (such as Steve Riley and Jeremy Moskowitz) delivering great sessions around Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 on November 11th and 12th as well.

I know there are still openings if you haven’t registered, but are interested.  Here is the registration link if you are interested: http://www.devconnections.com/shows/FALL2009WIN/registration.asp?s=139.

I hope to see you there.  Please do stop by and say hello.

Harold Wong

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  • Hi Harold,

    I attended all of your sessions at the WinConnections conference except the Virtualization session.  I learned a great deal from them all.  I have two questions:

    1.  When are you going to post your slide deck on the conference update page.  I've been looking for them on http://www.devconnections.com/updates/lasvegas_fall09/windows/ and they have not arrived yet.

    2.  Do you have a book recommendation for Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 r2?

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