For those of you that can’t get to the Microsoft Management Summit next week in Las Vegas; we have the next best thing for you. Starting the week after MMS the Microsoft Learning team will be hosting an exclusive 3-day Jump Start Class specifically designed for VMware and Microsoft Virtualization professionals. The good thing about this is its completely free and open to anyone to attend! Details of the event are below. For those of you that attended the recent Dynamic Datacentre Workshops that we ran around Australia might notice that the content seems to be similar. I’m checking with the guys in the US to see if we can leverage this for future workshops. Until then make sure you register for this free event!
Date: March 29-31 from 10:00am-4:00PM PDT Registration: Click here to Register
What’s the high-level overview?
What is a “Jump Start” course? A “Jump Start” course is “team-taught” by two expert instructors in an engaging radio talk show style format. The idea is to deliver readiness training on strategic and emerging technologies that drive awareness at scale before Microsoft Learning develops mainstream Microsoft Official Courses (MOC) that map to certifications. All sessions are professionally recorded and distributed through MS Showcase, Channel 9, Zune Marketplace and iTunes.
Jeffa,keep licking the arses of Microsoft
Virtual Openoffice is real.
Pull the other one.
Open source is free,are you giving a Nobel
Price to Bill Gates.
Open Source Rocks
Wow that comment is so good
I second and support any time,
yea Microsoft sucks
Those two comments made me go out and buy Windows 7 Ultimate Edition with Office 2010 Pro.
Looking forward to using a better OS than Linux, since it (Linux) created so many headaches for me.
Look above everyone, see the calibur of Linux supporters.
Yea another boots and *** licker, working
Yea tell me more,Simpleton
That dude that is asking for freebies from Microsoft
does not,mention anti spyware,antivirus,etc.
If Microsoft is so good,why IE still working on it
Mozilla Firefox,Thunderbird and more,are open source
and free and works,oops,I fogot to mention Google Chrome browser.
I go along with it, Microsoft Sucks,Linux Rocks.